Workforce Council offers free help with job searches, training

Posted March 19, 2022 at 9:51 am by

The North­west Work­force Coun­cil Career Cen­ter reminds the com­mu­ni­ty that they are avail­able to help Islanders look­ing for jobs or inter­est­ed in switch­ing careers.

There are lots of job open­ings right now. If you are inter­est­ed in start­ing a new career, the Career Center’s free ser­vices can help with train­ing and job search assis­tance. The Career Cen­ter’s free ser­vices to all job seek­ers and employ­ers include career coun­sel­ing, skills eval­u­a­tion, job search assis­tance, and training.

For qual­i­fied job seek­ers, train­ing for jobs that are in high demand includes truck dri­vers, elec­tri­cians, plumbers, HVAC, book­keep­ing, admin­is­tra­tive assis­tants, med­ical tech­ni­cians, reg­is­tered nurs­es, and more. Go to to reg­is­ter as a job seek­er and call the Career Cen­ter 360–378-4662 for more information.

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