Job Seekers

City of Springfield
Workforce Development Map

This document focuses on six categories of workforce development resources:

1. Adult Technical Training Programs
2. Youth Training Programs
3. Adult Literacy Programs
4. Community-Based Support Initiatives
5. Collaborative Workforce Initiatives
6. State/Federal/Regional Agency Support

Other Career Exploration Tools

A self-exploration and planning program that helps people of all ages achieve their potential in school, career and life.

Designed to provide occupational and educational information to help people make better-informed career and school choices.

Local Partner Organizations

Transforms the maze of complex, bureaucratic Employment and Training Programs into one seamless service delivery system for job seeking and business customers alike.

Advances customer careers and supports business customer needs.

Aspiring to be a college of academic excellence known for helping students overcome barriers to success.

The community source for literacy, technology and information.

We seek to empower low-income families of our community by offering more financial services and education programs to help them achieve economic stability and get them back on their feet.

A dynamic, multi-cultural learning community where students grow in character, intellect and self-confidence.

Affecting meaningful change that results in better lives and more promising futures for children, families and our communities.

On a mission to build the most dynamic and fluid IT workforce development and training programs ever created.

We provide access to an array of housing services that help people find ways to live where they choose, regardless of income or background.

A no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.