Vision and Values

Supporting employers and empowering jobseekers

History

Almost 50 years of education and training

Economic Impact

Learn about our impact on the community.

Performance

See how we are helping Nebraskans find meaningful employment.

Initiatives

Leading Lincoln toward a more successful, secure, and shared future.

AJC in the News

Read about how AJC is helping the community.

One Stop Operator

Through the Public Workforce System, the One Stop Operator connects workforce partners, integrates services, and builds system capacity. The One Stop Operator:

  • Facilitates integrated partnerships
  • Develops and implements operational policies
  • Uses technology to achieve integration and expanded service offerings
  • Helps to organize and integrate American Job Center services by function instead of program
  • Coordinates services for all customers seamlessly (including targeted populations)
  • Ensures that all basic career services are available in the resource room
  • Functionally manages the entire center

If you’re a partner that wants to participate in the workforce system, please contact our One Stop Operator:

Jody Toner
jtoner@dwfs.us
(813)215-5025

Sublease Space

Co-location space is available at the American Job Center for community partners. Subleased cubicles includes internet, phone, and access to the conference and meeting rooms.

Contact the One Stop Operator for more information.

Service Area

We serve Lancaster and Saunders counties. This includes the Star City (Lincoln), Wahoo, Ashland, and the Bohemian Alps. If you live in or want to work in one of these counties, we can help you find a job. If you are an employer doing business in our service area, we can assist.

Find our location here.

If you are not in our service area, no worries–these services are available nationwide.  Our American Job Center is part of a network of nearly 2,300 centers.

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

These buildings and all the offices within them, are here to serve all the people of our community. With this land comes a sacred trust to hold it and use it as our Indigenous peoples who came before us have, to the greater good and for the advancement of all those who are to come. We recognize challenges faced by Indigenous peoples today have been placed before them by the actions of settlers upon this land. The American Job Center strives to empower our Indigenous peoples on the road to economic freedom. Working with the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and others, we are committed to lifting up our Indigenous peoples by providing comprehensive employment services, support, and opportunities to overcome these challenges and improve economic outcomes. We recognize the Ponca, Omaha, Winnebago, Dakota, Sac and Fox, Lakota and Otoe-Missouria Peoples’ past and present, and honor their work to make this land the beautiful place we all now call home. Let us join their efforts as we move forward together to create a better future for us all.