Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico
NM Workforce Connection Centers to Suspend In-Person Services
The Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico and New Mexico Workforce Connection (NMWC) Centers are closely monitoring all updates, and as an additional precautionary measure to mitigate the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), all five NMWC Centers in the Central Region will suspend in-person services effective March 16th, 2020 and until further notice.
- Although in-person services will not be available, customers can call (505) 843-1900 or email email@example.com to connect to staff with any questions or request for information about programs and services.
- The Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico is also exploring limited by-appointment options for customers as well.
WIOA 2020-2023 Four Year Plan
As required by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), 679.580(a), the Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico (WCCMM) has developed modifications to the WCCNM Four Year Local Plan to achieve WIOA priorities in New Mexico’s Central Region. The Public comment period was conducted from September 15, 2020 through October 15, 2020 and approved by the WCCNM Board on October 19, 2020. This approved plan will now be submitted to NMDWS on November 6, 2020, with final approval and /or additional modifications scheduled for December 15, 2020.
Supporting Business, Promoting the Workforce
- Employers can access pre-screened applicants at the business center; take advantage of employee on-the-job training for underemployed individuals; access employee resumes online; and obtain support setting up a job fair.
- Job Seekers can get skills assessed for job placement; obtain assistance with resume writing, job searching, and interview techniques; and learn about apprenticeships and educational opportunities.
The Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico serves four counties with an office location in each county. We provide quality resources for people exploring career opportunities, and also support local job providers. Priority industries in the region include healthcare, construction, and manufacturing.
Learn more about tools and resources available for both employers and job seekers.