Kearny Library Becomes an Arizona Workforce Access Point

Kearny AWC

L-R—Dave Franquero the Director of the Access Points, Mary King a Friend of the Kearny Library, Vickie Lechuga (holding up the AWC sign), Janet Danilow, Library Director (cutting the ribbon), Sam Hostler, Kearny Mayor, and Zeena Tores, WIA Adult Case Manager.

 

 

Kearny Library recently hosted an open house to celebrate the ribbon cutting of its new Arizona Workforce Connection Access Point. The Arizona Workforce Connection has trained Kearny library staff to help job seekers use this new work station to search for jobs, complete applications, and get help with resumes and preparing for interviews.

Resources provided by the Arizona Workforce Connection and the AWC Access Points include career development, testing & assessments, work experience training, on the job training, educational training (GED) workshops, resume building, referrals to community agencies and more. Learn more on their Resources page.

AWC also provides benefits for employers by reducing hiring costs, employee training, higher retention rates, and a positive public image.

The Kearny Library is pleased to welcome this new addition and believe it will greatly enhance our availability to serve our patrons.

Kearny library’s new AWC Access Point has been featured in the Copper Area News.

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