Providing services to help the First Coast work
In February, 2014, WorkSource became CareerSource Northeast Florida as part of a statewide branding initiative. Our legal name, First Coast Workforce Development, Inc., has not changed.
First Coast Workforce Development is a publicly funded agency that provides workforce-related services to six counties on Florida's First Coast – Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties.
We open the door to improved employment opportunities through education, training and career services for workers.
Online Orientation to our Services
Learn about all the services available to job seekers by viewing our online orientation. Explore individual sections or view the entire site. You can browse modules by clicking the Menu link; each module also contains a PDF transcript if you don’t want to use the sound. If you need help accessing the site, click the disability image to find supports, including larger text and other ways to increase screen visibility.
Connecting workers to jobs and business to the talent it needs to thrive. CareerSource Northeast Florida provides innovative services that build a talent pipeline for the jobs of today and the future.
Northeast Florida will have a world-class workforce development system that enables our businesses to be leaders in the global economy.
Board of Directors
Learn about our board of directors and access board and committee meeting agendas and minutes.
CareerSource NEFL 4-Year Plan: Comment period is now open
CareerSource is required to modify and update their Workforce Services Plan. This plan is required under Title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and includes strategies for how CareerSource will provide comprehensive services through the programs we offer. The document is part of the State of Florida Workforce Investment Plan.
CareerSource's Comprehensive 4-Year Plan provides a demand-driven workforce strategy for the delivery of services under WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act), Wagner-Peyser, and TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families).
The plan includes:
- A description of the development process
- Our vision & goals
- An assessment of workforce needs
- How we are structured
- A look at the career services system & services we provide
- Our performance goals
- How we work with downsizing companies to provide training & employment services to their workers
Part of the process is to solicit input from as many community stakeholders as possible.
The comment period runs from January 27 – February 28, 2020.
We welcome your comments, questions, and suggested edits. Please also pass this message to any community partners, organizations or individuals you think might be interested in reading and providing input.
To comment on the plan, email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28, 2020.
2018 Update to the 4-year Plan: Region 8 2-year update 051618
View the Plan: CareerSource NEFL 4 Year Plan 2016-2020
Strategic Plan (2015 - 2020)
The 2015 Strategic Planning project created a working plan that CareerSource staff and board could use to guide the organization over the next five years. View the plan: CareerSource NEFL Strategic Plan 2020
Regional Asset Map
Part of the strategic planning process included a regional asset map listing education, economic development, and other community partners and resources
All CareerSource Northeast Florida locations are open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Friday hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. No appointment is necessary.
If you need help in your native language, we can provide a free translator for 15 languages. We can also translate documents into these languages.Ask for help at any of our career centers or email us at email@example.com.
PUBLIC COMMENT FORM
CareerSource Northeast Florida's board of directors welcomes public comment at our meetings. Please print and complete this form and bring it to the meeting, if you wish to make a public comment. Please note that comments must be relevant to the work of the CareerSource Northeast Florida board and that comment time is limited to 3 minutes per person.
41,236 job seekers served
During the 2019 Program Year
We serve job seekers from all six counties in Northeast Florida, aging in range from 16 to 86.
419 workers obtained 829 certifications
Cost per Trainee:
1,981 businesses served
In Northeast Florida
Over 24,876 job postings and 48,544 services provided to companies throughout the region.
255 training scholarships
Cost per Scholarship: