Unemployment and Jobseeking
SLATE, Apply for City Jobs, YouthBuild, File Unemployment
Services and Information
Asistencia de Empleo Para Personas Que Buscan Trabajo y Hablan Español
Información básica sobre servicios de empleo sin costo en SLATE para individuos que hablan español
Covid-19 National Dislocated Worker Grant
City of St. Louis is hiring temporary healthcare workers
Out-of-School Youth Program
We provide educational and employment services to youth, ages 17 to 24 who are either at risk of dropping out of school or already have.
Summer Youth Employment Program
An 8-week paid work experience for city youth ages 14-24 with an opportunity to earn up to $15/hour. Applications open again in June 2023.
The City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB)
Homepage for the City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB), the governing entity overseeing programs implemented by the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE)
A program for disadvantaged City of St. Louis youth ages 17-24 will give them the ability to earn pay, help build affordable housing, and learn leadership skills
Departments and Agencies
Plans and Reports
Planning exercises conducted by the City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB) members to ensure success of the workforce development system
Policies that govern strategic planning of the City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board
Construction Annual Reports
St. Louis City Ordinance 69427
Board & Committee Agendas
The City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB) and Committee Agendas
Business Service Committee Minutes & Agendas
Minutes & Agendas for Workforce Investment Board - Business Service Committee
The City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. Meeting Schedule
Minutes & Agendas
The City of St. Louis Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB) Minutes & Agendas
Strategic Planning Committee Minutes & Agendas
Minutes & Agendas for the Strategic Planning Committee
File for Unemployment Benefits
If you recently lost your job through no fault of your own, are unable to work due to a natural disaster or quit for good cause related to the work or the employer, you may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. Eligible claimants may receive up to 20 weeks of unemployment insurance benefits through the state.
Feedback is anonymous.
27 comments from people like you have helped us improve this page. Keep the feedback coming!