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ABQ GED

ABQ-GED's classes are FREE. A onetime registration fee per participant payable by money order only is required

(505) 907-9957

Albuquerque Job Corps (USDOL)

No-cost educational and career technical training program for youth from Dept of Labor

(800) 733-5627

(505) 222-4243

Barelas Job Opportunity Center

The center provides job listings, workshops, and some training including Job Works, which provides such services as assessment, job referrals, counseling, and training referrals (skill improvement, retraining, job readiness) for the unemployed with emphasis on disadvantaged or dislocated workers.

(505) 842-9003

Catholic Charities of Central New Mexico

The Center offers English as a Second Language (ESL), GED, and citizenship education programs to adults beginning each semester.

(505) 724-4630

CNM GED Program & Workforce Training Center

Assessment, GED classes, tutoring.  The CNM Workforce Training Center (WTC) provides innovative, customized training at our location or yours and job training courses designed for professional development and skills upgrade. 

(505) 224-5200

CNM Job Connection Services 

Free employment assistance for students and graduates: job bank of current openings, resume assistance, practice interviews, and more 

 (505) 224-3060

Community Options

Provides employment services for people with disabilities

(505) 265-7936

Equal Employment Opportunity

Discrimination complaints against an employer

(800) 669-4000

Express Personnel Services

Employment agency

(505) 298-4662

Goodwill Industries of NM Workforce Development Programs

Goodwill Industries of NM offers the public its Training Center, which provides a job bank that is maintained daily; a computer bank with Internet access for job searches, career exploration, and resume building; an resource library; a telephone bank to arrange appointments and talk to employers; and office equipment

(505) 881-6612

H.E.L.P. Workforce Development Programs

Assists low-income New Mexicans with job training, job placement, training- and education-related services (books, tuition, tools). May supply gas vouchers, clothing, food, case management to assist job seekers.

(505) 265-3717

Home Education Livelihood Program (HELP)

Classes include: English as a Second Language, GED Preparation, and labor market orientation.  Adult Basic Education referrals and work experience or on the job training are offered.

(505) 766-4954

Labor Ready

Employment agency

(505) 256-5148 Albuquerque

Manpower

Employment agency

(505) 998-6200

National Indian Youth Council, Inc.

Career and employment counseling; job search, coaching, and placement. For some services, must be living off the reservation, have proof of Native American heritage, have proof of residency, proof of income, unemployed/underemployed, and 18+ years old.

(505) 247-2251

NM Aging and Long-Term Services Employment Programs

Helps people over 50 with training and employment searches. Includes Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), NM Senior Employment Program, and 50+ Employment Connection.

(505) 476-4799 

(866) 451-2901

NM Workforce Connection

Help build resumes, and find jobs that best fit you.

(505) 222-4600

US Department of Labor

Women's Equal Pay Rights in Spanish, French, Chinese, Vietnamese.

(866) 487-2365

Workforce Connection (USDOL)

Comprehensive site for everything from resume building to current openings to job trend research to specialized services for veterans, youth, and seniors to education and financial aid information.

 

 

 

(505) 843-1900

 

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