Job Seeker Services

View information on changing careers, resumes, interviewing, career planning, training, education, job opening, and more. 

  1. Career Planning

    One of the most important aspects of career planning is "research." You will need to research your own interests, as well as, the occupations you are considering as a career choice.

  2. Community Resources

    Check out the partners in the St. Charles Workforce & Business Development System.

  3. Develop a Resume

    It is important to use action words and short sentences in a resume. Employers want to know what you accomplished in previous jobs, school, and volunteer work.

  4. Education & Training

    Check out a video and quick links on education and job training.

  5. Job Listings

    Search the Missouri Division of Workforce & Business Development website for job opportunities.

  6. Job Search

    The first step to job seeking is to decide what type of job you are willing to accept.

  7. Research Local Employers (Informational Interview)

    This is a tool to assist you in making your career choice. Informational interviewing will give you insight into the field you are considering.

  8. Sample Cover Letter (PDF)

    View a sample cover letter.

  9. Youth Programs

    To find out if you are a good candidate for our work experience program and meet the eligibility requirements, please contact the Missouri Job Center at 636-255-6060 and ask to speak to someone in the Youth Department.

Equal Opportunity Employers / Programs
St. Charles County and its Workforce & Business Development department are equal opportunity employers / programs. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers listed may be reached by persons using TTY / TDD equipment via the Missouri Relay Service at 711.