HELP of Southern Nevada, a local non-profit dedicated to assisting individuals and families for over 50 years, is relocating the Workforce Services Program from its Lake Mead location in North Las Vegas. Committed to providing pre-employment services that empower participants to enter or re-enter the labor market, the program will now expand its footprint throughout North Las Vegas and beyond with 10 sites.
“The success of our Workforce Services Program we have seen at our Lake Mead location has been immeasurable,” said Denise Gee, HELP of Southern Nevada WORC Programs. “We are extremely grateful to the Stations Casinos family for their generosity and hospitality over the last three years. With the relocation of our program locations, we aim to expand our services throughout the Valley and better assist our clients to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency.”
In-person activities will be available at the following locations:
Workshops, support groups and networking, one-to-one personal or vocational counseling, training, job-seeking and job-keeping methods, leadership development, decision-making skills development and assistance with developing an action plan will be available at each of the locations. HELP’s featured programs include Displaced Homemaker funded by Nevada State Department of Employment & Training and the Workforce Innovative Opportunity Act (WIOA) Youth Program, funded by Workforce Connections.
Hours of operation vary per location. Call (702) 499-5990 or visit helpsonv.org/workforce-services for more information and to fill out the contact form to secure your place in the program.
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) The WIOA program is an equal opportunity employer/program funded by the Workforce Connections. This project is 91.92% funded by a $2,750,000.00 award of US DOL funds passed through Workforce Connections, and 8.08% funded by $126,045.00 from non-governmental sources. This is an equal opportunity employer/program with auxiliary aids and services available to individuals with disabilities via Relay 711 or 1-800-326-6868.
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