Career Seeker Resources
Find the tools you need.
There are a number of services available in person at the Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center, but many of the tools you need can be easily accessed or researched online.
This resource library presents all the services and tools we have available to you. If you don’t have an internet-connected device, we have desktops available at our location.
Get personalized attention with a career specialist, take a career assessment, learn about on-the-job training, explore career options, train in English as a second language, learn basic literacy skills, access supportive services to address barriers and much more.
TheBalanceCareers.com gives advice on asking for a pay raise at your current job.
Whether you’re still in school, looking for your first job or wanting a complete change of careers, learn what career or type of job best suits you. NEworks offers a self-paced Career Explorer online assessment.
Monster.com offers solid interview tips to boost your chances of landing the job.
Find resources and advice for getting hired with a criminal record.
LinkedIn is a free social network for professionals. Guy Kawasaki, a venture capitalist, offers some tips on using LinkedIn to find a job.
Salaries are always negotiable. The U.S. State Department offers advice on addressing salary after receiving a formal offer.
Operation Hope equips young people and adults with the ﬁnancial tools and education to secure a better future—coaching them through their personal aspirations and life’s challenges and facilitating their journey to ﬁnancial independence. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center. Contact Yolanda Butler at 925-567-4907 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Does your dream job require you to move? Looking for a change of scenery? TheBalanceCareers.com offers some relocating tips and resources for career seekers.
Find out what the earning potential or company culture is like at any given company. With GlassDoor, you can view the average salaries for different positions in different companies, and you can also read company reviews posted by current or former employees.
RISE, a Nebraska reentry program, prepares people in prison for a successful reentry through character development, job readiness and entrepreneurship. Services are available at our Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center. Contact Erica Pieper at 402-934-2786 or email@example.com for assistance.