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Employment Services  Workshops

Employment Services of Weld County is offering a series of weekly workshops designed to focus on issues that are important to job seekers. The goal of these workshops is to assist job seekers to enter/re-enter the workforce, or to improve their current employment situations. 

The following workshops are offered: 

Resume Writing Workshop

education icons and arrows forming the shape of a light blub conceptResume writing is a critical skill for job seekers. Learning how to make a job winning resume, cover letter and follow up job search plan are vital skills for everyone in the job market today. In this workshop we will learn what makes a good resume and what makes a great one. We will discuss what employers expect from a resume and how to sell yourself effectively to prospective employers. This is an interactive lecture style workshop where we will teach you all the ins and outs of how to make a resume.

Resume Lab

After completing Resume Writing Workshop, job seekers may sign up for Resume Lab. This lab-style workshop allows the jobseeker to apply their knowledge of resume creation. In this workshop job seekers will create an actual resume on a computer with instructor guidance. Prerequisite: Resume Writing Workshop. 

7 Steps to Getting a Job You Want

Don't settle for less than a qualified job you enjoy.  These seven steps could help you land that dream job you want: Know Your Skills; Have a Clear Objective; Know Where and How to Look for Work; Spend Your Time Wisely; Get Two Interviews a Day; Do Well at Interviewing; and Know How to Follow Up on All Contact.

Soft Skills Workshop

Learn how to use the most important characteristics of desirable employees: communication, professionalism, teamwork and critical thinking/decision-making.

Transferable Skills

Learn how to use current skills to explore other career options, write a resume or talk about yourself during interviews. We will use evaluation forms, internet sites and interactive class assignments to discover skills necessary in the workplace today.

Felon Friendly Workshop

Individuals with criminal backgrounds have a difficult time finding meaningful employment, but it is not impossible. The Felon-Friendly Workshop aims at giving people the tools to finding work they want to do while explaining a troubled past.

50+ You're Hired!  Workshop Series

Networking lands jobs, and we'll help you do it!  Receive encouragement, learn new strategies for job searching and meet employers.  This workshop series meets once a week for six weeks.
Week One: The KEY to Your Job Search (Mindset) and creating a One Minute Pitch
Week Two: Secrets to Turn Your Resume and Cover Letters into Interviews
Week Three: Networking and Interviewing
Week Four: Employers Panel: What They Look for in an Applicant + Q/A
Week Five: Dress for Success
Week Six: Mock Interviews with local employers and ESWC staff

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Contact Information

Employment Services Resource Room

Phone: (970) 400-6733​


Employment Services of Weld County

Street Address:
315 N. 11th Ave.
Building B
Greeley, CO 80631

​Mailing Address:
PO Box 1805 
Greeley, CO 80632

Phone: (970) 353-3800
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1
Fax: (970) 346-7981


Lidia Gonzalez
Client Service Technician

Phone: (970) 400-6732
Email: gonzalol@weldgov.com


Fort Lupton Office

Street and Mailing Address:
2950 9th Street
Ft. Lupton, CO 80621

Phone: (303) 857-2725
Phone: (970) 400-5890

Public Office Hours:
Monday - Friday:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday & Friday: By Appointment Only