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Local Workforce Help

Workforce Centers & Community Organizations

Workforce centers imageHere you will find Workforce Connection Centers that provide employment, education, & training services all in one place. There are other community organizations that assist specific & general populations with workforce needs.

Workforce Connection Locations

  • Learn about employment, classroom training, on-the-job training, job searching, job readiness assistance, educational and vocational programs, and program partners at Arizona@ Work locations.

Community Workforce Resources

  • Access a variety of general resources & services to help you be better prepared for your job search at a Phoenix Public Library location.
  • Receive workforce assistance at St. Joseph the Worker targeted to low-income & homeless populations through specialized Job Development, targeted workforce services for previously incarcerated individuals, job readiness workshops, and other related services.
  • Receive job training, education and career services for youth and adults at Goodwill Career Centers.  Ask about their Senior Service Employment Program for people over 55 years of age.
  • Learn about career guidance and workforce assistance for women at Fresh Start Women's Foundation.
  • Learn about case management, career services, training workshops, & focused assistance on special populations (veterans, homeless, ex-offenders, 50+, minorities etc..) at AWEE Arizona Women's Education & Employment.
  • Learn about services for individuals living at the Central Arizona Shelter Services campus at CASS Employment Services.
  • Learn about workforce assistance & support to persons with disabilities at Ability 360 and Arizona Rehabilitation Services.

 

Veterans Workforce Help

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Youth Workforce Resources

  • ACYR: Arizona Call-a-Teen youth center is dedicated to offering workforce development, GED services and alternative high school assistance. 
  • ​Friendly House: Offers services for youth which include: Early Childhood Development Center, Workforce Development, Family Immigration Services, College & Career Readiness Program, Parent Education & Drug Prevention, and Emergency Supportive Services. 
  • Youth Workforce Services:​ Provides employment and education servic​​es to low-income, disconnected youth ages 14-21 in Maricopa County. Check with Arizona@Work to determine eligibility. 
  • Year Up: Offers support, mentorship, and guidance to help youth get the skills they need for the career they desire. This program also offers a stipend for students in the program.