Services and Information

  • Adult Education & Literacy (AEL) Program
    City residents will receive HS equivalency, incentives, paid career training, and job preparation services
  • 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
  • Employment Help
    The no-cost resources on this page can assist City of St. Louis residents with job skills and finding employment.
  • Help for Veterans
    Assistance for veterans in the St. Louis area who are struggling with housing, employment, finances, health and other issues.
  • Incarceration and Re-Entry Help
    Resources to help those who are incarcerated or those who have recently been released from prison in the City of St. Louis, including bond assistance, housing, employment and medication help.
  • 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
    Summer Jobs is for youth between the ages of 14-24 and aims to provide them with work experience and prepare them for tomorrow's careers
  • 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)
  • Youth Works Program
    Unlocking opportunities for 150 young adults aged 16-24, Youth Works goes beyond by offering paid work experience, empowering career exploration, and comprehensive work readiness skills training
  • YouthBuild
    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

Meeting Materials

  • 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.

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