Career Resource Center
3000 Corporate Center, Suite 350
Morrow, Georgia 30260
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Serving Clayton, Fayette, and Henry counties
The Career Resource Center, Clayton Branch is
a one-stop center providing a variety of free basic and advanced services to
assist individuals seeking employment, training and education services.
Basic services available include:
- help with finding a job and job matching
- resume preparation
- workshops on how to develop interview skills and how
to look for a job
- how to use a computer to prepare resumes and assist
with job searches
- access to computers and general office equipment to prepare
cover letters, make copies of your resume, and fax and email your resumes to
More advanced services are available for individuals
who need additional skills to become employed or return to work. Career Advisors
can assist individuals with financial aid planning including applying for PELL
grants, HOPE scholarships and Workforce Investment Act (WIA) financial assistance
to pay for training.
- Funding may be available through an Individual Training
Account (ITA) to pay for approved training and education expenses.
- Training is approved for jobs and occupations that
are considered to be "in-demand", offer high starting salaries and provide career
- Additional eligibility requirements apply for training assistance.
Atlanta Regional Commission
Georgia One-Stop Career Network
Free Application for Student Aid
A Collaboration of Agencies
Providing Employment and Training Services
Commission (ARC), Atlanta
Regional Workforce Board (ARWB) , Clayton
State University , Clayton County
Chamber of Commerce , Clayton County Board
of Education , Clayton
County Department of Family and Children Services , CorVel
Corporation , Empowerment for Change, Georgia
Department of Labor , Georgia
Department of Human Resources , Division
of Rehabilitation Services , Griffin
Technical College , Jewish Family
and Career Services , Jonesboro Housing Authority, Southern Crescent Education
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request
to individuals with disabilities. This is an Equal Opportunity Program.