The IAC works with clients who have achieved citizenship to become economically self-sufficient and contributing members of the Greater New Bedford workforce. In a first of its kind partnership with Mass Hire Greater New Bedford Career Center, the IAC works with clients to provide job readiness skills such as:
Building computer proficiency, including software training
Creating a resumé
Researching employment opportunities
Applying for jobs
Continued language skills to include listening, elocution, grammar, reading, writing
Interpersonal skills in the workplace
Are you ready to take your skills to the next level?
Are you a business or organization looking to help employees reach the next level?
If you said, “Yes!” then our Workforce Readiness modules are for you. Take a look at our upcoming class sessions or contact us to receive more information.
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By Kerri Tallman SouthCoastToday.com
“Leaders say counting immigrants could make big difference in federal funds city receives.”
The survey is taken every 10 years to determine the country’s population. Mayor Jon Michell and Secretary of State William F. Galvin visited the Immigrants’ Assistance Center (IAC) in the South End Monday to talk about the importance of all New Bedford residents participating in it.
Marion woman donates her $1,200 stimulus check to the Salvation Army and Immigrants’ Assistance Center
By Lurdes C. da Silva / O Jornal editor MARION – When Marion resident Christine Wood learned that she would be getting a $1,200 stimulus payment from the IRS, she immediately felt compelled to put it to good use. So, she donated the entire check to the Salvation Army...
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