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Missouri Unemployment Job Training

If you’ve lost your job, want to change jobs, or just want to search your options, knowing where to begin can be puzzling. A good place to start is at a Missouri Career Center. Missouri Career Centers are located throughout the state and now offer free skills assessments, career readiness certificates, personal job search consultations, and many other helpful services like:

  1. Personalized job search assistance
  2. Prove and improve your skills
  3. Learn about career exploration tools
  4. Learn about tools to access and keep your dream career
  5. Make sure your resume gets the attention it deserves
  6. Find a training program to begin a new career

The Welcome will greet you when you come through the door. Their job is to help you with membership registration and assist you find the most helpful products for you specific needs.

If not otherwise directed, report in person at least once every four weeks to a Missouri Career Center or other designated office.

Cities Address Contact Information
Jefferson City 1716 Four Seasons Drive, Suite 101Jefferson City, MO 65101-1815 Phone: (573) 526-8115
Fax: (573) 526-3494
Kansas City 1740 PaseoKansas City, MO 64108 Phone: (816) 471-2330
Fax: (816) 471-4054
St. Louis City 1520 Market Street Room 3050St. Louis, MO 63103-2022 Phone: (314) 589-8000
Independence 15301 East 23Rd Street SouthIndependence, MO 64055-1698 Phone: (816) 325-5890
Fax: (816) 325-5825
Columbia 1500 Vandiver Drive, Ste 115Columbia, MO 65202-1921 Phone: (573) 882-8821
Fax: (573) 884-5055
St. Joseph 301 South 7th StreetSt. Joseph, MO 64501-2284 Phone: (816) 387-2380
Fax: (816) 387-2029
St. Charles County 212 Turner BoulevardSt. Peters, MO 63376-1079 Phone: (636) 255-6060
Fax: (636) 255-6061

Find nearby Career Centers or call 1-888-728-JOBS(5627) and get personal assistance for your job!

4 thoughts on “Missouri Unemployment Job Training”

  1. diane emery says:

    Can I live in Illinois and apply for WIOA in Missouri? Illinois does not list the Academy of Pet Careers as a training provider but Missouri does. With WIOA being a federally funded program, I do not see why I cannot attend a Missouri training program if I am eligible for WIOA in Illinois

    1. Sam says:

      Diane,

      I am not sure. Please contact the Labor authorities for clarification.

  2. Heather says:

    Did you know that the “nearby Career Centers” link directly above this Questions & Answers section opens up a PDF of the Work Search Record? That is not what I would expect it to open – it looks like a link to a list of “nearby Career Centers” I wasn’t sure if there were more than what is listed above. You might want to have someone look at that.

    1. Adrian says:

      Thank you for the feedback. We have corrected this link.

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