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Connecting Talent with Opportunity
Need help finding a job or getting the qualifications for a position? We can help.
Looking for individuals willing and desiring to learn and grow? We can help you connect.
Looking for assistance with your GED or ESL? We have the resources.
Young Professional Services
Looking for ways to get back on the learning track? We know the path.
Welcome to CobbWorks
As Cobb County's American Job Center, CobbWorks provides access to a system of employment and education services for our community. In an increasingly complex workforce and economy, people sometimes need guidance and assistance in managing their career development, particularly when challenged with unexpected events. CobbWorks provides workforce services that assist people in helping themselves and their families.
Holiday Office Hours
November 23rd – Virtual Services only (office closed to in-person services) – Office will close at 2:00 p.m.
November 24th & 25th – Thanksgiving Day Holiday & Friday after – Office Closed
December 9th – Office Closed for all services
December 22nd - Virtual Services only (office closed to in-person services)
December 23rd & 26th – Christmas Holiday – Office Closed
December 30th - Virtual Services only (office closed to in-person services)
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Training Application Hold
As we reconcile our expenditures and obligations during the closeout of the program year, WorkSource Cobb is placing a hold on accepting new requests for WIOA training funds beginning September 12, 2022. The hold is anticipated to last through December 31, 2022.
The hold applies to the following training services.
* Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) - receiving training through a school
* On-the-Job training (job seeker) - receiving training through an employer
* On-the-job training (employer) - hiring an eligible job seeker
* Incumbent Worker Training - employer training for current employees
For individuals that began the application process by uploading required documentation on or before September 12th, the application will be processed.
To be placed on the waiting list, please complete the contact form below or contact our office. Those on the waiting list will be contacted when the hold is released.
Please note that WorkSource Cobb continues to provide training opportunities through our National Emergency Grant (NEG) Dislocated Worker funding. This funding is available for job seekers receiving unemployment benefits within the last six (6) months, unemployed due to COVID-19, and/or long-term unemployed. (Select "View options or training")
WorkSource Cobb continues to provide career services with one-on-one career assistance, free job readiness workshops, and onsite employer recruitment events. Please explore our website for a calendar of events offered or contact our office. We also provide literacy services for those needing English Second Language (ESL), GED, or online high school diploma programs.
News & Events Calendar
Weekly Job Leads
Find companies hiring now and how to apply.
Calling all Young Adults ages 18 - 24 years of age
Jump-Start Your Career and Earn While You Learn!
The Sixth Annual "Are You Smarter than a Ten Year Old?" Fundraiser was a SUCCESS!
Thank you to all our donors, sponsors, and teams who supported us! We raised over $40,000 to support our literacy programs and services!
Apply to Youth to Men Internship Program (Ages 16 to 24)
The overall goal of the group is to encourage students to achieve at a higher level academically and socially by exposing them to the bright possibilities of their future.
View options for training!
EXPRESS NEG provides options for training for those receiving unemployment benefits within the last 6 months, unemployed due to COVID-19, and/or long-term unemployed.