Help for Jobseekers

Develop your skills. Explore career opportunities.

SLATE Missouri Job Center is well-known for assisting unemployed St. Louisans to find jobs and provide a variety of educational, training, and support services to job seekers of all ages, abilities, and career paths. Our office in the heart of downtown St. Louis invite workers at every career level to earn educational credentials, learn new skills, join in workshops, prepare for interviews, and navigate employment systems at no cost to them. Whether looking to move up the ladder, or switch career tracks, SLATE has services for YOU!

Our Programs

Adult Education & Literacy (AEL) Program
City residents will receive HS equivalency, incentives, paid career training, and job preparation services

Gateway Go Pass
Providing thousands of city youth free public transportation through MetroLink and MetroBus


  • Job Search AssistanceOur full-service Center is staffed with dedicated workforce professionals who specialize in job search and career transition guidance. We also have resource rooms with computers, Internet, printers, phones and fax machines to easily connect with employers.
  • Professional WorkshopsWe offer a variety of no-cost workshops covering topics such as résumé writing, interview tips, succeeding on hiring tests, online job search, personal career brand among others.
  • Career Training and Financial AssistanceDo you already have skills and experience or looking to learn a new career? We offer financial assistance for training programs in high-demand high-growth occupations that can help cover the cost of your tuition, books, supplies and more.

Special Programs & Initiatives

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SLATE Missouri Job Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you need this information interpreted to a language you understand or in a different format, please contact 314-589-8000. Callers who are deaf or hearing or speech-impaired may reach us at Missouri Relay Number 711.
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