IowaWORKS to offer career services in Clinton 

CLINTON, Iowa – IowaWORKS will begin offering in-person career services on a weekly basis to jobseekers in the Clinton region. 

Beginning Thursday, April 18, the agency will have a career planner on hand each Thursday at the Clinton Public Library, 306 8th Ave. Eastern. Iowa area residents can meet with the planner between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Thursdays, through June 27. 

“We are excited to provide services to the Clinton, Iowa, community,” said Rick Ernst, operation manager at the IowaWORKS Davenport –  American Job Center. “Bringing our services to Clinton will help our customers in this region and will provide the opportunity for us to meet their employment needs.”

He predicts that by having a presence in Clinton, IowaWORKS “will bring in customers from the surrounding communities like DeWitt, Preston and Camanche.” 

Participants now can access these career services in Clinton: resume assistance, job search, IowaWORKS Registered Apprenticeship program, soft skills training, mock Interviews, virtual workshops, referrals to educational opportunities and unemployment insurance assistance. 


IowaWORKS said more dates and times will be released in June. For additional information, call the Clinton Public Library at (563) 242-8441.         



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