Sign up and reserve a spot in any of the following classes with a referral from your Vocational Counselor. Enrollment is limited, first come first serve.
All times are 1:30-3:00.
Power Point 2007: Presentations Introduction August 11 & 13
Photo Editing: Digital Photo and Graphic Introduction August 25 & 27
QuickBooks: Online Bookkeeping Introduction Sept. 2 & 3
Excel 1: Excel 2007, Introduction to Spreadsheets Sept. 8 & 10
Excel 2: Microsoft Excel 2007 Intermediate Spreadsheets Sept. 15 & 17
Access 1: Microsoft Access 2007 Database Introduction Sept. 22 & 24
Access 2: Microsoft Access 2007 Database Introduction Sept. 29 & Oct. 1
Affordable Care Act
With Affordable Care Act coming into effect on October 1, we have added staff assisted computer times for people to come into The Job Market to apply for coverage through C4Yourself or Covered CA. Call The Job Market at (707)441-5627 for more information.
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About The Job Market
At The Job Market, job seekers and employers can access the support and services of over 30 collaborative partners, whose three main focal points are workforce preparation, economic development, and School-to-Career.
The Job Market began as part of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), a federal law that took effect in July, 2000, which calls for counties receiving WIA funds to establish "One-Stop" agencies in their communities. The Job Market, Humboldt County's "One-Stop," has been open since early 1999. Staff are drawn from some of the one-stop partners, including Employment Training Division; Employment Development Department; CalWORKs; and Experience Works.
Employers may take advantage of the meeting rooms, labor market information, small business development information, employee training programs, hiring incentives, and see job seekers' résumés on CalJOBS, all no-fees services available through The Job Market. Employers can also post job openings on our CalJOBS database. Call our Business Services line at (707) 441-5711 for information.
Job Seekers may use computers for job searchs, as well as attend workshops, pick up job listings, and meet with vocational counselors. There are always helpful staff to assist you. Click here for information on upcoming trainings.