Employment Services of Weld County/Fort Lupton is a comprehensive workforce center which connects resources for employment, education, and training services. Employment Services of Weld County offers these services at the local, state, and national level.
Employment Services of Weld County prides itself in offering self-service resources, promotion of personal and career development, furnishing access to Internet tools for employment and training opportunities, and providing information about both local and regional employers, as well as other labor markets.
Employment Services of Weld County also strives to assist those local and regional employers with applicant referrals and other employer specific services.
Our courteous and professional staff provide a wide variety of services, including labor exchange, job referrals, skills assessment, eligibility screening for career counseling, and training programs.Fort Lupton-2950 9th St.,PO Box 1805 Fort Lupton, CO 80621 Phone: 303-847-2725
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Employment Services of Weld County at Fort Lupton
2950 9th Street
Fort Lupton, CO 80621
P.O. Box 1805
Phone Number: (303) 857-2725
Fax: (303) 637-2436
Hours: Monday - Friday (NEW hours!)
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Weld County Website
Office ID: 7133
Six Advantages of Working After High School by Heather Skyler; Updated April 16, 2018
There are several reasons why waiting on college can be a good idea.
Earn Money/Instead of Spending It
Unless you've been offered a full scholarship, going to college will cost you or your family money. And even if your schooling is paid for, you'll still need money for food, lodging, books, trips home, entertainment and more. Taking a year or two off to work and save money, especially if you're able to remain living for free with your parents, can be a very wise idea.
Learn to Appreciate School
Most kids who finish up their 12 mandatory years of school are pretty sick of it by the time they graduate. While college is quite a different experience than high school, it still involves classrooms, books and even more studying. Taking a year or more to work can really help you value your college education. A year away from school can make the heart grow fonder of thinking and learning, especially if your job is tedious menial labor. The monotony of certain jobs tops the monotony of a classroom any day.
Gain Life ExperienceCollege is a fairly sheltered environment. Often, you end up hanging around with the same types of people you knew in high school. Even if personalities vary, you will most likely find yourself in a group of people who are the same age as you, doing the same things you do every day. Work, on the other hand, can expose you to a wider range of people. The ages, socioeconomic backgrounds and hopes and dreams of your coworkers will be quite different than your own, and this is a good thing. It won't hurt to bring a bit more life knowledge to college, when you do decide to attend.
Gain Independence Earning your own money is a great way to learn how to manage it. And managing your own money is one of the first paths to independence. If you live on your own while you work, you'll gain even more life skills, including paying rent, paying utilities, buying your own groceries, gas and more.
Put More Thought Into Your Future Career
So many kids arrive at college and immediately have to decide on a major field of study. Most schools don't require you to choose a major until the end of your second year, but having a major from the start will help you to graduate on time and get the classes that you need. However, not many of us know what we want to study when we first arrive at college. Taking time off to work will also give you time to think. And if your job is washing dishes or busing tables, your brain will have a lot of free time to wander and consider career choices. You'll also have time to do a bit of research on different professions or maybe even secure a paid internship at a company to find out what type of work you'd like to do.
Decide if School Is the Right Path for You
It's possible you'll like working so much more than being in school that you decide to forgo college altogether. I know the common mantra is you can't get a good job without a college degree, but that is changing a bit. Some companies offer apprenticeships, and some professions favor work experience much more than a degree. Besides, you can always change your mind later on and attend a university. College isn't going anywhere.