The St. Charles County Department of Workforce & Business Development and home of the Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County is closing its location at 212 Turner Boulevard in St. Peters Sept. 19, and plans to open in a new space on Oct. 3 at 3757 Harry S Truman Boulevard in St. Charles.
The department, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, has been at Turner Boulevard since 2005. Department director Lori Myers says the new location is more accessible to visitors.
“We offer a variety of services for employers and job seekers,” Myers says. “While a lot of services could be conducted online or virtually, there’s something about connecting with people in person that helps everyone, especially when it comes to helping someone find the next step in their career or connect a business with resources they need to find new employees.”
Workforce Development operates the Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County. The department administers employment and training programs at no cost to businesses and job seekers. From job fairs and recruiting events to computer skills and resume workshops, Workforce Development offers a regular schedule of interactions to connect job seekers and local businesses.
Visit sccmo.org/Workforce to learn more.