The North Central Connecticut Workforce Source.


Each year, millions of Americans receive career guidance, job placement and business services from our nation's "One-Stop Career Centers" known as the American Job Center Network and in Connecticut as CTWorks.

At CTWorks, a team of career agents, job developers and business services consultants have joined together, in partnership with the CT Department of Labor to help you reach your goals.


One-Stop Locations

Visit the CTWorks Career Center (American Job Center) near you.

Also: CTWorks One-Stop Locations Statewide and One-Stop Service Locations Nationwide.

Customer Service Survey

Tell us how we did!  Please complete this survey, regarding your satisfaction with the service you receive at the American Job Center One-Stop Career Center. Then, just click on the "done" button to submit.

Business Services

The CTWorks Business Services Team Provides:

  • Recruitment Assistance.
  • Hiring and Training Incentives.
  • Apprenticeship Training.
  • CONN-OSHA Consultation and Training.
  • Shared Work Program.
  • Capital Workforce Partners Youth Internships.
  • And, a lot more...


Tell us how we did!  Please complete this survey, regarding your satisfaction with the service you receive at the American Job Center One-Stop Career Center.  Then, just click on the "done" button to submit.

Specialty Programs

Here are some additional programs that may meet your needs:

Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Scholarships

WIA Scholarships are given to eligible job seekers who are looking for job training in growing occupations. Please attend a Career Services Information Session to find out more information. Next deadline 9/12/14.

FIRST: Focused Intensive Re-Employment Success Training

Have you been laid off? Do you have a lot of skills to offer? You are not alone.

Informational Flyer

Jobs Funnel

Learn valuable skills to attain careers in: Construction, Iron Work, Electrical, Masonry, Weatherization, Flooring, Painting and more.

Mortgage Crisis Program

The Mortgage Crisis Job Training Program helps borrowers increase their job skills by providing employment assistance.

STEP UP for Vets

Find information on elegibility for both employers and veterans.


The Subsidized Training and Employment Program (STEP UP) is an initiative of the Connecticut Department of Labor and the state’s five Workforce Investment Boards.

Entrepreneurial Training and Development Program

This Business Roundtable provides a structured environment for you to test your ideas, learn the fundamentals of starting your own business, and find the resources you need to develop your business idea.

Informational Flyer


Additional Specialty Programs May Be Available - Check with Your CTWorks Career Agent.

Meet the Team

Our Partners

Our primary partners in our Career Centers are KRA Corporation and the CT Department of Labor.  The staff of these organizations are at the "front line"  assisting job seekers to find sustainable jobs and careers, and helping businesses to find the talent they need. 

KRA Corporation was selected to provide these services through a competitive bidding process, as most equipped to help the job seekers and businesses in our region with service excellence.  Learn more about KRA and our other partners: