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Laid Off?
fb.jpg twit.jpg laid_off_new.jpgYou’ve Lost Your Job? Now What’s Next?

Getting laid off is a big shock, but how you react makes all the difference. Our workforce experts understand that your needs are unique and offer many solutions to get you back on track.

Your first step is to connect with the Coconino Career Center.

As a laid off worker you qualify at the Coconino Career Center for employment and training services. These services range from training and education funding, to support in finding a job, or retraining for a new career path.

How do you fit in the program?

Have you:  
  • been laid off, or received a letter of lay off?
  • worked for a company that closed its doors?
  • been self-employed, but the economy has put you out of work?

If you can answer yes to any of the above, contact us today to find out more about our services.

Understanding the Program  

Our program may include the following list of services.

Finding a new job 

  • Job readiness including resume, cover letter, and interviewing assistance
  • Workshops and Job Clubs
  • Advice on evaluating your skills and work history
  • Assessing how your skills apply to today’s job market
  • Internet, phone, FAX, photocopiers to help with your job search

Retraining for a new job or career  

  • Tuition assistance at a community college, university or technical school
  • Assistance with books, fees, and supplies
  • Assistance with career and educational planning
  • Relocation assistance if you obtain new employment
  • Tools, uniforms, or supplies required on your new job

Contact the Coconino Career Center to learn more and to apply for the program.

The Career Center can be reached at (928) 679-7400 or (877) 358-6714 or by email at .

All services and funding are determined on a case-by-case basis and may be limited depending on service requested.

Your Connection to the Workforce.
Serving Employers, WIA Youth, Adult & Dislocated Workers with funding from the DOL.
Equal Employment Opportunity Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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