The AARP Foundation, through its WorkSearch program, stands ready to support workers 40+ by offering job and career information, training and related employment services to individuals who are seeking to remain in, or re-enter the workforce.
WorkSearch provides a variety of services, including web based interest and ability inventories, skills assessments, information about the community job market, and connections to both on-line and community based training. The program also provides links to employers that have job openings.
"WorkSearch takes adult job seekers through the entire job search process: from skills assessments through training to connections to community employers with actual jobs," said David Mitchell, AARP Arizona State Director.
In Arizona, the AARP Foundation WorkSearch sites are:
AARP Foundation WorkSearch
5119 N 19th Ave, Suite A
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
AARP Tucson Information Center
6700 N. Oracle Road, Suite 331
Tucson, Arizona 85704
Rio Salado College
Lifelong Learning Center
“People should call and schedule an appointment for a WorkSearch orientation in which they will get registered and receive information on training opportunities to help them with their job search,” Mitchell said.
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