These are job resources that serve specific clients, such as ex-offenders or people with disabilities. To see other organizations that provide career support services, please visit the Job Exploration, Training & Coaching page.
Search for Additional Programs
The Denver Metro area has many programs serving jobseekers from all backgrounds. If you do not see a suitable resource listed below, or if you're seeking additional assistance, both 2-1-1 Colorado and FindHelp.org allow you to search for resources to suit your needs.
DPL also keeps a list of Community Assistance Resources.
If you need additional assistance, please ask us.
Immigrant, Refugee, & Asylee Jobseekers
Adult Education - Spring Institute
Offers several programs for English Language Learners, including courses for Workplace ESL.
Free courses on a large array of topics related to job searching, including business English. Requires a full-privileges library card and a Google or Microsoft account.
Cultural Inclusivity - DPL
Learn more about our services supporting Denver's multicultural community, including resources in several languages, conversation groups, and one-on-one appointments.
Jobseekers with Disabilities
Older Adult Jobseekers
Young Adult Jobseekers
FACE - Denver Public Schools
DPS Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) offers two workforce programs for youth: the Workplace Innovation and Opportunity Act and Denver Youth Employment Program.
WAGEES for Youth - Servicios de la Raza
Work and Gain Education and Employment Skills (WAGEES) is a community re-entry program for justice-involved adults ages 18-24.