Our Workforce Development programs offer classes for education and economic improvement. Our programs are designed to empower individuals to advance their knowledge and skills for employment. We adapt our programs to the needs of our community. We help with financial training, technology training, culinary training, and general employment. All our participants have access to support services to address barriers to success. Through these integrated programs, participants have the necessary tools to help stabilize their lives, build confidence in their careers, and move towards economic self-sufficiency.
Association House Kitchen
Association House Kitchen is a
fast-paced, 8-week food preparation training and subsidized employment program. The program is designed to equip graduates for positions in restaurants, ghost kitchens,
catering kitchens, and more.
Meet Our Staff
Get to know our Workforce Development staff. Learn more about their background, interests, and passion for this work. Collectively, we offer a wealth of knowledge and expertise from career mentorship to program development.
BankWork$ prepares graduates for entry-level positions in local banks that pay living wages and offer opportunities for job advancement. The program builds on the skills and experience that participants already possess.
NextJob is an online job search learning system that uses one-on-one job coaching and multimedia online learning to help people land jobs. The program incorporates video learning, the largest US job board, and mock interview tools.
CareerWork$ Ready is job readiness training program that covers topics such as professional presence, resume writing, and interview practice to land and keep a job. It's designed to help job seekers build confidence.
Tech#Ready is a digital training program that offers courses in Microsoft Office Suite (MOS). The trainings work with Word and Excel. The students receive one-on-one tutoring that allows them to bring those skills into their jobs.