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Employment Services (formerly Welfare to Work)

Placer County Employment Services can assist you in finding work through the Business Advantage Network.
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Job Fairs & Recruiting Events

Visit our Job Fairs webpage for current recruiting events in Placer County.

Job Connections

Why come to Job Connections?

  • Meet Human Resource representatives face-to-face.
  • Acquire information on current job openings and hiring processes.
  • A new company is invited each month.

Come prepared to:

  • Briefly introduce yourself (30 Second Me) .
  • Share your skills and career interests with the recruiter.
  • Distribute a targeted resume.
  • Dress in interview appropriate attire.

To Learn More About Job Connections

Enter your resume online through the CalJOBs system.

  • California Job Openings Browse System (CalJOBS)

Places You Can Go to Find a Job

  • Job Seeker Resources
  • Placer County Employment Opportunities
  • Connections Career Centers – Or visit the Connections Centers in person at the Auburn and Roseville locations:

    Auburn Connections
    1919 Grass Valley Hwy. Ste. 100
    Auburn, CA 95603
    Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 (lunch) 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
    First time visitors, please call for an appointment

    Roseville Connections
    115 Ascot Dr. Ste. 180
    Roseville, CA 95661
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    First time visitors, please call for an appointment

  • Hiring Incentive

    If you are participating in Placer County's Employment Services program your future employer is eligible for the Wage Reimbursement program. Visit our Subsidized Wage web page for more details on how to offer your employer up to $6,000 wage reimbursement or call Katie Kenoyer at 530-889-4090.

    Program Policies

    Advantages of Employment Services

    Why Work with Employment Services?

    • The purpose of Employment Services is to help you prepare for work and find employment. This can possibly include such activities as employment, job search, work experience, and educational/vocational training
    • Supportive services are provided to make it easier for individuals to participate in approved ES activities. They include childcare, transportation, work or training related expenses, domestic abuse, substance abuse, and mental health assistance.

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