Workforce Services

Oregon’s health care and social assistance providers are hiring at an unprecedented rate. With about 15,000 job vacancies in health care, there is an urgent, statewide need to fill health care and other positions that support the health care industry, like food service, facilities, and business administration. 
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Lane County Workforce Services is available and taking appointments to provide one-on-one help with your job search. You can also register in
iMatchSkills® to complete a Job Seeker profile and start applying for jobs today.

Monday - Friday,  8am - 5pm
Appointments available virtually, by phone, and in-person at the Eugene Public Library and WorkSource Lane.

Contact Us

Phone:  541-686-7985
Email:  [email protected]

Workforce Services provides Employment & Training Programs for both job seekers and businesses throughout Lane County.  Services are customized to and developed in partnership with each job seeker empowering them to successfully choose, get, and keep a career path that meets their needs and the future needs of employers. 

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If you experienced job loss due to COVID-19, Holiday Farm Fire, or are/have been receiving Unemployment Insurance, we can help!  Please call us at 541-686-7985 and ask about our Dislocated Worker Program. Read more about this program and other career services available to you in the blue tabs to the right.

Lane County Workforce Services is part of an alliance of services known as WorkSource Lane and is funded by the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act of 2014.  Under the direction of Lane Workforce Partnership, WorkSource Lane is dedicated to assisting employers recruit and retain employees, and to help individuals learn new skills, find employment and successfully progress in their careers. 

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Read Lane Workforce Partnership's 2020 State of the Workforce Report


Scholarship applications will be available June 2022.

The purpose of the WIOA Scholarship is to help residents of Lane County earn updated, in-demand skills through short-term certification programs or assistance with the final year of a two-year degree.  Visit our WIOA Scholarship Application
page for more information.
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Contact us to request an application: Phone:  541-686-7985 Email:  [email protected]


Free Career Workshop Series: Self-Assess, Plan, Strategize!, Chicago  Virtual Events, April 25 to April 24 |

Join Lane County Career Advisors each week to learn about jobs and industries currently hiring.  Learn strategies for interviewing that will help you land the job.  Explore tools online that will guide you in a new career path.  Find out how LinkedIn can help you connect with employers and professionals in your industry.
  • Click on the Calendar to find the workshop you want to attend. 
    Workshops are being offered in person at Worksource Oregon Lane and Zoom

  • About Zoom: You may be prompted to download the free  Zoom app or log in on the Web with the meeting ID.  You may call in if you do not have internet or prefer to use your phone.  

  • There will be time after the workshop to ask questions and/or make a 1:1 appointment with a Career Advisor for individualized services and supports.

NOTE: To help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon and protect our customers, teams, and agency partners, WorkSource centers are temporarily changing the way services are provided. WorkSource teams are available during regular business hours to serve customers primarily via video, telephone, and email. We are committed to keeping services accessible at a time when our customers need us most. This approach allows us to continue to serve job seekers and businesses while ensuring effective social distancing and the safety of our communities.