Welcome to our Job Seekers resource page. 

Please explore resources listed below.  We are here to help.  Please connect with job search experts for assistance at 970.498.6600. 

Services for Veterans 

If you are a veteran please consider completing the Veterans Triage Form.  This form is used to determine your eligibility for additional services and is intended solely to provide priority to Eligible Veterans and Eligible Spouses or Persons that meet certain criteria. This information is being requested on a voluntary basis and will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide the information will not subject you to any adverse consequences.

Veterans Triage Form

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If you did not have a referral box checked, and would like to be contacted by Economic and Workforce Development staff, please call (970) 498-6600.

EMSI Career Coach - Career Assessments

  • Three assessments available to help you determine possible career options.

pathwayU

  • An online tool designed to be a self-paced, easy-to-use guide for self discovery and career exploration.

Informational Interviews/Conversations

  • This document explains what an Informational Interview/Conversation is and how it can help you discover information about potential careers and industries.

How to Write a Cover Letter

  • A well written cover letter can help you stand out.   This document describes important elements to include  so you can make a good first impression.

Be an Interviewing S.T.A.R.

  • This document will help you prepare for your interview and explain how you can present your most relevant experience, using professional stories.

Be a STAR at Your Next Interview - Workshop

  • Learn about strategies for telling stories that will help the interviewer remember you long after the interview is over.  All of our workshops are free and are currently being offered virtually, using Zoom.

EMSI Career Coach -  Labor Market 

  • Use the Search feature at the top of the screen to search for specific careers.
  • Select an industry; then select a sub-category within that industry; and then select a job title.

Chronological Resume Template

  • This format is recommended if you have a steady work history and your experience relates directly to the position to which you are applying.

Skills Based Resume Template

  • This format is recommended if you are transitioning or changing careers; if you are re-entering the job market after being out for some time; and/or if you are looking for work similar to what you did more than 10-15 years ago.

Hybrid #1 Resume Template

Hybrid #2 Resume Template

  • The Hybrid  formats combine the best of a Skills  Based and Chronological resume.  The Hybrid  resume tends to be more Applicant Tracking System (ATS) friendly than the Skills Based  resume.

Creating Your Resume

  • This document covers  general formatting, elements to include and samples of different styles of resumes.

How to Make Your Resume ROAR (Results Oriented & Relevant) - Workshop

  • Learn about resume formats and current resume practices that will help you communicate what you have to offer a potential employer. All of our workshops are free and are currently being offered virtually, using Zoom.