Reskill - Upskill - Next Skill
Are you unemployed, or underemployed because of COVID, and could use some training? Let the Broomfield Workforce Center help you obtain training to learn new skills, increase your skill set, or start something completely new!
In partnership with Front Range Community College, the Workforce Center is here to help you develop your talent. You may be eligible for a training scholarship if you are 18 years or older, have been impacted by COVID and can answer "yes" to either of the following:
- Did you or your household experience financial hardship due to COVID?
- Have you experienced a recent layoff due to COVID?
The Workforce Center has received funding to support individuals who have been impacted by the economic conditions resulting from the pandemic. These funds are designated to provide training to reskill, upskill, or next-skill for your next career move.
Interested? Please complete this form, or call 303.464.5855 for more information.
Check out these free workshops offered by the Broomfield Workforce Center!
ConnectingColorado.com registrants can register for events by logging in to their account and going to the Workshops tab. If not registered, you may do so at ConnectingColorado.com.
For virtual events please see links on the calendar below by clicking on the day/event. Everyone is welcome to utilize these services.
The Workforce Center is available by appointment (for the Unemployment Insurance Call Center direct hotline use or to schedule with a Workforce Specialist) and open for drop-in/walk-in (no appointment needed) use of the Resource Room/computers. See available hours of operation on the right hand column of this page or make an online appointment.
- The Workforce Center will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to allow for mid-day cleaning
Please note, many city and county services are also available online via self-service, or over the phone. Learn more about the reopening of City and County of Broomfield Services.
- If you are experiencing job loss or reduction in work hours please file a claim for Unemployment Insurance Benefits through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
- Information on health insurance options after job loss
Complete your registration with Workforce through www.ConnectingColorado.com