KCC - Worksource Center

Klamath Community College and WorkSource-Klamath (OED - Oregon Employment Development) have partnered to provide job seeker and employer support services on the KCC campus.

The center provides students information on job and career opportunities and WorkSource staff will meet with students for in-depth one-on-one services to help them find a job. The KCC WorkSource Career Center also assists businesses that are seeking trained workers, connecting them with KCC students who are well trained and job ready.

The center works closely with KCC’s Student Life Center to offer career exploration services to students as they seek the next step after completing a degree or certificate at KCC, or for those who desire to begin a career while still in school.
 
 

Meet the Worksource Team

Lauren Aspell
WIOA Adult Employment Counselor
Michael Cargill
WIOA Adult Employment Counselor
Michelle Horne
Assistant Program Manager WIOA
Tamera Farmer-Browder
WIOA Youth Employment Counselor

Adult Services - Work Readiness

Who we serve:

Adults over the age of 18.
You must be:
  • Out of work or under-employed and actively seeking full time employment
    or
  • Transitioning from one job/career to another and requiring vocational training or career education
    or
  • Recently laid off

Types of services and support:

  • Job search preparation
  • Job related assessments and certifications
  • Job or career exploration
  • On the job training opportunities

Contact

Worksource Klamath
801 Oak Ave
Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM
Phone: 541-883-5628

KCC Worksource Lake County
513 Center St. #103
Lakeview, OR
Phone: 541-947-4607 Ext. 1422

KCC Worksource Readiness Center
KCC Campus WSTC
Room 838
Hours: Tuesday 10AM - 3PM
Phone: 541-880-2251

Youth Services - YETI

Who we serve:

Out of School Youth between ages 16 and 24. You must be:
  • Not attending any school
  • Not younger than 16 or older than 24 at the time of enrollment
  • One or more of the following:
    • A school dropout
    • A recipient of a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent who is a low-income individual and is either basic skills deficient or an English language (ESL) learner
    • An offender
    • A homeless individual or runaway
    • An individual in foster care who has aged out of foster care
    • An individual who is pregnant
    • An individual with a disability
    • A low-income individual who requires additional assistance to enter employment.

Types of Services:

  • Tutoring, study skills training, and instruction that leads to a completion of a secondary school diploma or GED.
  • Paid and unpaid work experiences
  • Occupational skills training
  • Leadership development opportunities
  • Financial literacy education
  • Entrepreneurial skills training
  • Other activities that help prepare for and transition to post-secondary education, training, or work.

Types of Support:

YETI Counselors are available to meet potential participants at partner locations to establish rapport and facilitate a warm hand off to YETI services. The YETI Youth Counselor/Coordinator will help applicants obtain needed documentation during the enrollment process as needed.
  • GED, ESL, Adult basic education
  • Vocational training
  • Needed documents to seek services or work
  • Transportation
  • Job related equipment and clothing
  • Tuition, books, and fees

Contact

Tamera Farmer-Browder
Worksource Klamath
801 Oak Ave
Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM
Phone: 541-850-4552
Email: tamera@klamathcc.edu