Are you looking for a job?
Check out the following resources and opportunities!
- Register on the state jobs database, Jobs4TN, to build your online resume and search for jobs in your area
- Visit any of our American Job Centers to browse through the most recent job postings from employers in your area
- Visit the resource room at your local American Job Center for internet access and available staff assistance
- Prepare yourself for career advancement with our workshops
- Explore other training and education opportunities that can lead to employment. The state of Tennessee has hand-selected educational institutions and specific classes that teach the skills to be successful in the workforce. Find more information at the Eligible Training Provider List or search for programs near you.
- Get your high school equivalency diploma by taking either the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) or the General Education Development (GED) test. Tennessee offers free Adult education classes and testing in every county of the state.
- Explore special services for target populations including veterans, seniors, individuals with disabilities, and others
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Career Specialists are available to assist in helping you sharpen your job search skills*:
- Resumé writing
- Interview skills
- Filling out applications
- Short-term training or tuition assistance for high-demand career occupations
- Financial support during training may include: transportation, childcare, tuition, books, uniforms, and certification fee assistance
Use our Career Centers as your personal job search headquarters:
- Assess your skills and develop a career plan.
- Match your skills with current job openings.
- Improve your resumé writing and interview skills.
- Boost your skills through targeted workshops and training.
- Connections to local employers
- Access to the Internet, telephones, fax machines and career information.
For more information or general inquiries, please contact your local American Job Center