Looking for a new job or new career? Attend the South Monterey County Job Fair in Soledad on November 10th! This event is co-sponsored by the Monterey County Workforce Development Board, the City of Soledad, and Soledad Parks & Recreation. Register today!
Looking for a job in retail? The Retail industry is on the comeback, and employers are excited to meet with you! Attend the Virtual Retail Industry Job Fair on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, from 10 am – 1 pm! Register today!
The Monterey County WDB’s Four-Year Local Plan 2021-2024 reflects the current and future strategies that the WDB will use to address the continuing innovation of the workforce system and creation of a customer-centered system.
EDD continues to remind Californians that most federal extended unemployment programs expire September 4 and the Federal-State Extended Duration (FED-ED) extension ends September 11. While the federal programs extending unemployment benefits in California expire this month, the American Rescue Plan and California Comeback Plan substantially expanded other vital benefits that continue to help eligible California families.
The Monterey County Workforce Development Board's State of the Workforce Report seeks to not only discuss what effects the pandemic has had, but also generate thought and discussion around opportunities to revise the world of work and workforce development in Monterey County.
Our staff can help with your job search, career planning, assessments, training, and re-entry into the workforce. We have workshops, training programs, resume tools, and more – all at no cost – to help you with your job search effort.
The Monterey County Workforce Development Board has opened a new Job Center at MPC’s Marina Educational Facility Facility. Need A Job? Need Training? Come Visit Us! MPC Marina Campus, Room 402. Come by or call (831) 597-2858 now for an appointment!
Do the ever-changing COVID Relieve/Response regulations have your head spinning? We are here to break it all down in terms everyone can understand and work with. View the webinar, presented by the California Employers Association, to learn more.
The Monterey County Workforce Development Board offers no-cost business service solutions to businesses in Monterey County, ranging from recruitments and human resources guidance to assisting individuals affected by layoffs.
The Monterey County H.E.L.P. program provides participants with over 20 weeks of paid work experience and the opportunity to give back to their community by helping with food distribution and housing assistance.