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Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
MIGRANT & SEASONAL FARM WORKERS
Department of Labor & Employment administers a bilingual (English/Spanish)
outreach program to our predominantly Spanish speaking clientele because we are
designated as a significant MSFW state.
The six significant MSFW Workforce
Centers (Brighton, Greeley, Lamar, Monte Vista, Delta and
Rocky Ford) provide quality employment services and referrals to to our
customers. Outreach efforts are accomplished by personal contacts with
Migrant and Seasonal Farm workers to provide the full range of services
such as full applications, counseling, testing, job training, referrals to
supportive service agencies and job placement.
Colorado Workforce Centers provide Outreach Services to agricultural employers by
effectively communicating information about services available through the
One-Stop Career Centers by providing pre-occupancy housing inspections for
agricultural growers, assisting employers in assessing their labor needs and
making appropriate referrals to their job openings.
Staff provide pertinent information on the labor market; intrastate and
interstate temporary agricultural worker recruitment requirements, including
information on the Foreign Labor
Certification process for the importation of foreign temporary
CDLE Workforce Development Programs