We have been helping people get into the workforce by providing training and coaching for over 40 years. We help you create your resume and teach you how to update and target it for each job to which you apply. Our trainer and workforce specialists will work with you on your interview skills so that you feel comfortable going into any job interview. Not sure what type of career you want? Our staff will help you determine your strengths and passions to help you make your career choice.
The Job Preparedness program will provide you with tools, resources, information and training to help you successfully obtain a job. Our staff will help you assess your specific skills, experience, knowledge and abilities to help strengthen your resume and prepare you for job interviews.
The Job Preparedness Program Eligibility and Application Process:
STEP 1: Attend an orientation Mondays at 2 p.m. or Thursdays at 9 a.m. to receive a detailed description of the services we offer and receive an application packet.
STEP 2: See the front desk about scheduling an appointment with the Intake Specialist. From there, your eligibility will be determined and you will be assigned a Workforce Specialist, who will work individually with you in pursuing your career goals.
The Resource Room computers are available for you to use for self-directed job search, posting, updating or modifying your resume; researching employers and exploring educational opportunities.
Job Readiness Workshops are designed to address specific topics related to successful job searching and are updated regularly according to current hiring practices in the valley. Click Here for a list of our current workshops.
Job Preparedness Services also provided in Coconino County
Contact Marshelle Yazzie
Phone: 928.526.2968 ext. 122
Address: 2717 N. Steves Blvd, #11, , Flagstaff, AZ. 86004 (co-located with Native Americans for Community Action)
Hours: M-F 8am – 5 pm
Employer Speaker Presentations, Hiring Events and Job Fairs are scheduled throughout the year. Recruiters, hiring managers, employers and labor force experts present information centered on current, ongoing and future job openings in a variety of industries.
Not sure what type of job/career you want? Upon enrollment in the program, you will have the opportunity to take an in-depth career interest assessment. Your Workforce Specialist will then review career options matching your assessment results and assist in creating a job search plan to help you land your desired job.
Will your career choice be around in the next 5 to 10 years? Search the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) to check and what your earning potential will be! Browse through this handbook to read about the job duties, expected earnings and career advancement options of different occupations.