E-mail: info@marinemployment.org    |    Phone: (415) 473-3300

Employment Services

Learn about the Career Resource Center, workshops to help you develop your career objectives and job search, networking opportunities and referrals to community resources.

Business Services

Our team can assist with talent recruitment, funds to offset initial new hire training and even customized skill upgrades for your current staff.

Youth Services

Employment and training services are available to Marin County youth ages 14 to 21 who are low income or have other barriers to obtaining employment.

Who We Are

The Marin Employment Connection (MEC) is part of the American Job Centers of California network.  Powered by the Marin County Workforce Development Board and operated by the Health & Human Services Department, MEC offers the tools and services needed to achieve personal and professional success.  Our common goal: to support a thriving and diverse workforce in our community.



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Introduction to Marin Employment Connection
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Youth Working for Change Program
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Recent News

The Marin County Advisory Council in partnership with the Employment Development Department will present "Leave, Leave and More Leave" Thursday, September 24 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Four Points by Sheraton. Registration is limited. Please register immdiately at www.marin.ceac.org and... Read More
The Marin Employment Connection is proud to present the lineup for this year’s Guest Speaker Series.  The annual event augments the traditional Keys to Employment Workshops and features subject matter experts who offer tips and tools essential to a successful job search.  Workshops are first-come,... Read More
MEC customers now have the chance to participate in the interactive workshop "Workin' It Out." Over the course of the three-day workshop, participants will improve their interpersonal skills in the areas of giving feedback, taking criticism, problem solving and reconciling conflicts. Check the... Read More
On July 22, 2014 President Obama signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) which replaces the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) enacted in 1998. Today's job market is a much different place than in the late '90s, and WIOA's vision seeks to address the new climate by: engaging... Read More