Visiting Our Center

Everything you need to know about visiting our center

First Time Visitors

On your first visit, you will meet our Welcome Team and register with the Missouri Career Centers' network. By bringing what you need on your first visit, you'll be able to register and access our services more quickly. On your fist visit, please bring a document showing your date of birth (only ONE of the documents below is required): 
  • Driver's License or State ID 
  • Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate or Hospital Record of Birth 
  • U.S. Passport
Also, bring an updated resume, if you have one. If possible, bring a copy of your resume saved as a Microsoft Word document on a Flash drive.

Returning Visitors

On your next visit take advantage of our workshops and learn about Job Fairs and employment opportunities available in the St. Louis area. Check out the following resources:

Locations

SLATE Main Office:
1520 Market St., 3rd Floor, St. Louis, MO 63103, TEL: (314) 589-8000, info@stlworks.com 

Ballpark Village:
601 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102, Marla Roach, at mroach@stlworks.com 

Clinton Peabody:
1401 LaSalle Lane, 2 Floor, St. Louis, MO 63104,  TEL: (314) 588-7854 

Hours of Operation 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8 am - 5 pm, Wednesdays: 7 am - 7 pm. 

Directions &Map 

From Hwy. 44 —Take the Lafayette exit and turn right onto Lafayette. Get into the left turning lane at the next light and turn onto Truman Parkway (18th Street). Turn right on Market and go past the Post Office one block. The Center is in the Abrahms Building, between 16th and 14th Streets. 

From Hwy. 40 —Take the 11th Street exit and go straight. Make a left turn onto Market Street. The Center is in the Abrahms Building, between 16th and 14th Streets. 

From Hwy. 70 —Take the 10th Street exit and go straight. Turn right on Pine, then right on 11th.  

Parking 

Meter parking is available along the Market Street. 

We recommend visitors to park at Kiel Center Garage, situated immediately behind our building, at the corner of Clark &16th. Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 6 a.m. –6 p.m. Fees: $1.5 / 1 hour, $10 / daytime, $5 / early bird. 

What to Expect

When you come to our Career Center you will go through the following process: 

  1. Verify and update your information in our system 
  2. Find out who we are and what services we offer 
  3. Take assessment and prove your job and education readiness 
  4. Meet your Employment and Training Advisor and develop your career plan 

Why Becoming A Member?

Membership allows you access the workshops and one-on-one career counseling. To become a member, you need to register with our system on your first visit, attend an orientation session, and take a quick assessment of your current skills.

Come prepared! If you have a resume, bring it with you to orientation - your job search will move more quickly. Be sure to dress professionally, as we frequently have on-site employer interviews. A positive attitude is all you need to get started. 

Customer Dress Code 

At our Center, we focus on giving you the tools to attain new or better employment, therefore we require that all participants using our Centers dress in business casual attire. There are employers in our Centers every day to meet and possibly interview potential future employees. For this reason, we want you to be dressed appropriately. You wouldn't get a second chance to make a good first impression. Examples of What to Wear and What Not to Wear

Guidance for Visitors with Children  

Our Center is a place of business where people search for jobs to support their families and maintain their homes. Employers often visit our Center to interview prospective employees. We frequently conduct various training classes and workshops held in nearby rooms. Therefore it is very important that we maintain a calm, professional atmosphere. People looking for jobs have the right to do so without being interrupted by children. If you bring children with you when you visit Career Center, you are responsible for supervising them and making sure they are well-behaved and quiet so they do not disturb other customers or staff. Would I have to leave if I bring a child to SLATE Job Center?

 
 
 

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Disclaimer: An equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Missouri Relay Service at 711.
 

For Equal Opportunity questions or to file a complaint, please write a letter to the attention of SLATE Career Center's Equal Opportunity Officer describing the allegations. (James Sahaida, 1520 Market St., Room 3050, St. Louis, MO 63103.)

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