Employment & Training Response to COVID-19

Cayuga County Cares about this community! In these unprecedented times, we have suddenly been faced with many obstacles to navigate.  Social isolation and distancing, health care concerns, and political controversies are consuming many of us on a daily basis.  On top of that, we are also facing a workforce crisis!  Being out of work and unable to fully sustain our families is a struggle many of our community members are facing. Cayuga County Cares and wants to help! The Cayuga County Employment and Training Department and partner agencies offer assistance to job seekers and businesses in the community. The Cayuga Works Career Center is here to help you navigate through this workforce crisis together. We are working diligently to get the center up and running safely again, however, in the meantime we are available to continue to serve you remotely.  Now is the time to improve your resume, practice interviews, gain job leads, obtain information on training opportunities, or seek support and career counseling. All of these services and more are available to the community and free of charge.

Cayuga County Employment and Training and the Cayuga Works Career Center are here for all of your workforce needs!

Cayuga County Cares!

Cayuga Works Career Center

199 Franklin Street Suite 204  - Auburn, NY 13021

315-253-1590

The Cayuga County Employment and Training Department provides the following services and programs:

  • Classroom training provides vocational education in demand occupations at area Vocational and Educational Centers. This program provides tuition and supportive services to eligible participants.
  • On-the-job training provides an opportunity to learn while you earn. Area employers train eligible participants at their place of business and participants are paid by the employer while they are trained in their career interest area.
  • Youth Services deliver a comprehensive array of youth services that focus on assisting out-of-school youth and in-school youth with one or more barriers to employment prepare for post-secondary education and employment opportunities, attain educational and/or skills training credentials, and secure employment with career/promotional opportunities.

Funding is provided by the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA). The department is located within the Regional Economic Center at Cayuga Community College.