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Looking for a new job or career?

We can help! Our services are focused on assisting our community with finding gainful employment. The best part is, they are available to the general public at no cost. We have trained Career Advisors to help with your job search needs including how to create a resume, how to interview for a job, or how to search for training needed to get a skilled job.

There are 3 easy steps that you need to do in order to become a customer of Alliance Worknet:

  1. Register/Update your information in CalJOBS
  2. Gather your Right to Work documents (males born after 1/1/1960 will also need to have registered for Selective Service) and come to the America’s Job Center One Stop.
  3. Meet with a Career Advisor to create your road-M•A•P to success.

Call us at 558-WORK (9675) or come in to see how we can assist with your job search needs!

What is CalJOBS?

CalJOBS is California’s online resource to help job seekers and employers navigate the state’s workforce service.

Why do I need to register?

Alliance Worknet is a member of America’s Job Center of California. By registering in CalJOBS, you will have the opportunity to:


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Attend a Workshop

We offer a variety of workshops that provide you with the opportunity to gain insight and apply various skills to your job search.

If you are ready to return to work and would like information about how we may be able to assist you, the Orientation will provide an overview of the services available through the Alliance Worknet and the steps you will have to take to seek these services.
WorkKeys is a nationally recognized assessment developed by American College Testing to measure the “real world” skills critical to job success. Some employers in the central valley use the assessment results to make hiring decisions. Jobseekers can use their WorkKeys scores to qualify for these jobs or to make training decisions. (1) Must bring picture ID (2) No Cell Phone or Electronic Devises of any kind allowed (3) No Food or Drink
If you want or need to raise your WorkKeys levels, KeyTrain can help. KeyTrain is not a test. It is a user-friendly, online set of lessons that target the WorkKeys subjects. 80% of jobseekers who use KeyTrain raise their WorkKeys levels. At KeyTrain you will see a demonstration of the software and receive your login and study materials.
In this workshop you will tour the CalJobs website and learn how to create and manage your account. You will also receive some tips and tricks to navigate the site so you can take full advantage of the CalJobs system.
Learn about the CalJobs’ Background Wizard and how it effects your CalJobs job search. You will also create a resume in CalJobs and discover how to use the Virtual Recruiter Tools. To attend you must do the following: (1) attend CalJobs 101, (2) complete the Background Wizard in CalJobs
Hiring and training new employees is expensive and time consuming. Employers need employees that will work with them to build profitable businesses. Come to this workshop and discover the six most important concerns and needs of employers. Identify and overcome any barriers that could sidetrack your job search or short-circuit your career.
Many businesses now ask job seekers to submit online applications. Since every application is different and every website is unique, the process can be frustrating and time consuming. This workshop will give you the how-to skills to make completing on-line job applications faster and easier.
When job searching, a resume is your personal advertisement and your key to obtaining an interview. Learn what employers want to see on your resume. This workshop focuses on how to articulate your skills and successes and how to identify keywords in the job descriptions to catch the attention of employers. You will receive copies of sample resumes.
Is your resume helping you get job interviews? Come to our Resume Critique sessions and discover how to maximize the effectiveness of your resume. Critiques are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Resume Critique is offered Wednesdays and Thursdays (2:00 to 4:00 PM) in the Career Resource Center located at 629 12th St. in Modesto.
This workshop explores detailed information about successful interview strategies to help you better understand what the employer is looking for, and how to make the best impression possible during your next interview.
Would you like more attention in your job search? Learn how to use social media as a tool to enhance your job search, create your own brand, and market yourself to employers. Your next job could be a mouse-click away.

Come into the One-Stop Center or call (209) 558-WORK (9675) to get signed up for the workshop that fits YOU!

Do your employment or career goals require further training or education?

America's Job Center of California can assist in locating training and education providers. Financial assistance may be available to help pay for training or educational related cost. For more information about available training, access the Eligible Training Provider List.

For more information about available training providers (Eligible Training Provider List), please access CalJOBS at:

For further questions and assistance, or to find out about speaking to a Career Advisor call (209) 558-WORK (9675) or contact one of our AJCC locations.

Do you need your high school diploma?

The following AJCC educational partner agencies can provide High School diplomas or equivalent, general educational skills, and/or English language skills.

Education Partners
Ceres Unified School District
Learning Quest Stanislaus Literacy Centers
Modesto City Schools
Turlock Unified School District

For higher education services, through the California State College/Community College system, please check out the following:

Modesto Junior College
California Status University, Stanislaus