Job Seekers

Need help getting a job? That's our job!

Our America’s Job Centers of California (AJCC) provide comprehensive employment and training services to job seekers at no cost. Services include a Resource Center with access to computers, fax machines, copiers, and telephones. In addition, we assist with networking opportunities, job search workshops, on-site and virtual interviews with local employers, job leads, and community resource referrals.

Not sure what you’re looking for or how to get started?

Resources & Services

COVID-19 Resources

The Job Training Center is open to the public and available to help job seekers and businesses.

How we’re responding to COVID-19

Tehama County Public Health: For more information on Covid-19, visit the Tehama County Health Services Agency website at or call (530) 527-8491.

Covid-19 Support Services for Workers: Visit or call (916) 653-9900

Employment Development Department: Covid-19 Resources

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Our job centers have everything you need to get on your pathway to success.

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Statewide Information

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Skills Testing

Test Your Professional Skills

Resume templates

Templates, Tips, and More


Whether you’re looking for your first job or a new job, we can help you understand who is hiring, how to prepare your application and how to handle the interview process. A lot of job search starts online with many job sites available today. Here are several popular sites for our Tehama County employers:
We also encourage you to visit employer websites for openings. Some of the most popular include Rolling Hills Casino,,,


Have you lost your job due to a closure or lay-off? The Job Training Center has services available to help you develop a plan, explore your options and get back to work. Financial aid is available. There are no cost for our services.

Facing a layoff can be hard, but we have worked with thousands of people who have successfully transitioned to a new opportunity. There’s a lot that you can do to form a plan and move forward. Having a positive team behind you can help. Talk to our staff about training options, job search assistance, preparing an effective resume and fine tuning interview skills. If you need to work immediately, there are employers hiring. We can sign you up to receive our Hot Jobs List. New jobs are sent out each week.

Ask for the packet: If you’ve been laid off, let the staff know and we’ll provide you with a great packet of resources.

Questions? Contact Job Training Center at (530) 529-7000. Or email Connie Ocampo at or Christi Goni at ​