Workforce Resources

Workforce Resources

Economic Development Manager
Sarah Crosthwaite

Workforce Resources


Weld County Resources

The Employment Services Office is a comprehensive workforce center which connects resources for employment, education, and training services. They also assist local and regional employers with applicant referrals and other employer specific services. Click here to access Employment Services Office services and programs for both job seekers and employers.

Don’t forget to check out their Job Seeker Event Calendar that includes employment services workshops, job fairs, and partner workshops. Click here to view upcoming Job Seeker events.

Looking for quick contact information? To speak with a Weld County, staff member use the below contact information:

  • Job Seekers/Resource Room: call 970-400-6791 or email contacteswc@weldgov.com
  • Business Services/Employer Support: call 970-400-6714
  • Adult Employment and Training Programs: call 970-400-6792


Larimer County Resources

The Economic and Workforce Development Department connects people to meaningful work and businesses to talent and resources. Services include workshops, programs, training services, veteran services and county economic health data. Click here to access Larimer County services and programs for both job seekers and employers

Don’t forget to check out their Upcoming EWD Events that includes job seeker and employer workshops. Click here to view upcoming Larimer County EWD events

Looking for quick contact information? To speak with a Larimer County, staff member use the below contact information:


State Programs

Skill Advance Colorado offers State funding for customized job training for new or existing employees. Employers who are looking to expand or relocate their business and/or hire new employees are encouraged to seek this grant opportunity which can assist in training costs. Potential grant awards range from $1,200-$1,400 per employee. Click here for Skill Advance Colorado program overview and eligibility. Please keep in mind the Skill Advance Colorado program is administered through your local community college. See contact information below:

Connecting Colorado provides job seekers access to over 100,000 jobs available throughout Colorado. You can also post your resume and apply directly to job openings. Click here to access the Connecting Colorado job portal.

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) provides up-to-date information on resources and programs for job seekers and employers. CDLE also offers information on labor laws, safety, and workers’ compensation. Click here to view the CDLE website.