If you are looking for a job, the Workforce Santa Cruz County (WFSCC) Career Centers can help! Santa Cruz County job seekers come to us for the most up-to-date information.
The three (3) Santa Cruz County Career Centers and the Online Career Center bring job seekers a wealth of information, resources, and services, all at no cost to you.
What services do you offer at the career centers?
The career centers offer job search workshops, a fully equipped resource room with computers, internet, telephones, fax and copy machines, training and support services, calendar of events, job fairs, plus much more.
For more information about services provided - visit our career center pages:
What is available at the Online Career Center?
Once registered, the Online Career Center offers job seekers services and resources to help you find a job, create a resume, research education and training opportunities, plus more.
Why register for the Online Career Center?
Once you register you can create, save, and edit multiple online resumes, or register to attend upcoming workshops, plus much more. For more information about the Online Career Center, read our Online Career Center page.
How do I become a registered user of the Online Career Center?
- All job seekers are encouraged to register at the Online Career Center, it's free, easy and secure at www.santacruzvcc.com or
- To register in person, visit the Watsonville, Shoreline, or Capitola EDD career center and ask staff for an application.
What do I need to bring with me?
These programs are federally funded and may require you to provide identification and documentation of your right to work in the United States.