Workforce Wayne Hosts Grand Re-Opening of Community Career & Training Site at Newfoundland Area Public Library – Resources Refreshed and Updated!
The Community Career & Training Site located in the Newfoundland Area Public Library recently received a facelift!
(L-R) Marie Walter, Board Member of Newfoundland Area Public Library and Cheryl Duquette, Northeast Innovation Alliance Workforce Coordinator.
About Workforce Wayne Community Career & Training Sites
Workforce Wayne/Northeast Innovation Alliance recently hosted a Grand Re-Opening of the Community Career and Training site located in the Newfoundland Area Public Library, located on Main Street in Newfoundland. The electronic and print resources have received updated content and new items have been added. Community members attended the event to learn about the available resources offered. At the Community Career & Training sites, the public will find computers, resume writing software, electronic and print resources, and a new, easy-to-find centralized location for all of the books that the libraries offer on careers, career testing, resumes, cover letters, and occupational guidance. Individuals who are seeking career exploration tools, resume writing software, or information on job seeking can access these resources during library hours. For information on the Newfoundland Area Public Library hours or services please call 570-676-4518. For additional one-on-one assistance, individuals can contact Wayne County Job Training by calling 570-253-5970, extension 4150 or Pike County Workforce Development Agency by calling 570-296-2909.
Workforce Wayne partners have been working together since 2005, and in 2008 was able to formally incorporate and formalize their partnerships under a Wall Street West grant. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of business, education, government, economic development, employment services, and community entities in the Wayne and Pike County region, Workforce Wayne seeks regional transformation and is working toward an effective workforce delivery system through developing career opportunities; strengthening skills in the workforce; and supporting lifelong learning. Our 25-member Board of Directors and sub-committees are strong and thriving. Through Workforce Wayne’s efforts, more than $1,000,000 in grant funding has been brought to Wayne and Pike Counties.