Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board (NALWDB)
The NALWDB was formed to design and implement a locally-delivered workforce development system which enables government, business, education, and labor; and to provide the Northern Area with a well-trained, highly-skilled, and competitive workforce. Visit their website.
Service Provider Information:
HELP New Mexico, Inc.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
DVR services include:
- Providing qualified VR Counseling
staff to help break through roadblocks in the workplace while guiding the
participant through the employment process;
- Assisting in seeking out a career
that fits the participant based on his/her interests, skills, and abilities;
- Preparing the participant for the entry-level job that will launch a career
- Providing guidance on how to access employment-related laws such as the
Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and accessing proper accommodations;
- Providing access to assistive technologies; and
- Providing basic information
about Social Security and Ticket to Work benefits.
Referrals can continue to be submitted on our website at https://referral.dvr.nm.gov/.
Offices have posted signs indicating 800 numbers that can be accessed 24-hours-a-day. A list of these numbers is on our website at http://www.dvr.state.nm.us/locations-contact-us.aspx.
Additional information about services for individuals with disabilities and DVR
is available on our website at http://www.dvr.state.nm.us/.
Job Corps’ mission is to educate and train highly-motivated young people for successful careers in the nation’s fastest-growing industries.
Job Corps is a U.S. Department of Labor Equal Opportunity Employer Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. TDD/TTY telephone number is 877 889-5627.
OUR CENTER’S MISSION
At Albuquerque Job Corps Center, we support the Job Corps program’s mission to teach eligible young people the skills they need to become employable and independent and place them in meaningful jobs or further education.
Four Core Program Partners
Title I WIOA Adult, Dislocated, Youth
Title II Adult Education and Literacy
Title III Wagner-Peyser
Title IV Vocational Rehabilitation
There are many other local agencies that partner together to provide a multitude of services to the residents of the northern region of New Mexico.