Our next CNA class will begin on January 11, 2022. To learn more about this class and submit your application for enrollment, visit https://www.jobpoint.org/certified-nursing-assistant/. For more information, please call 573-777-1524.
Our winter session of HVAC begins on January 18. For more information about this course and to submit your application for enrollment, visit https://www.jobpoint.org/heating-ventilation-air-conditioning/. This session will be offered during […]
The Intermediate Construction Trades (ICT) certificate program consists of two (2) courses. In order to graduate from the program, both ICT Introductory Craft Skills (4 weeks) and ICT Carpentry Fundamentals […]
The Highway/Heavy Construction (HHC) certificate program utilizes a curriculum from the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Students complete 16 weeks of formal training, which includes both classroom instruction […]
The Office Support Specialist certificate program prepares individuals for employment in the clerical field. Participants attend 8 weeks of training (with the possibility of a paid internship). This program is […]
Get ready for a career in retail sales! Students can learn about mathematics, cash register skills, employer/employee relations, selling, communications, customer service, personal presentation, marketing, and product display (8 weeks). […]
Job Point is Missouri’s premier employment center and community development corporation. Since 1965, we have been linking people and jobs by providing education, training and employment assistance.
What We Do
We specialize in preparing individuals to enter the workforce, while meeting a critical need of the business community. We are proud of the expertise of our staff and the results we achieve. Customer satisfaction at 97% is our number one priority, with personal attention as our specialty.
Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to a Diverse Workplace
For the fiscal year ending September 2021, we served 248 people, with job seekers entering employment at an average hourly wage of $14.09. Seventy-eight percent of adults maintained employment for at least 90 days.