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LITTLETON, CO – Arapahoe/Douglas Works! is (re)open for business in Aurora. On Sept. 20, the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners, Representatives from the office of Congressman Mike Coffman and Aurora Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Hougen celebrated an updated, upgraded Workforce Resource Center in Aurora.
The new workforce center, located in Arapahoe County’s Altura Plaza Building, has increased space and added computer terminals. Additional computers enable customers with limited access to technology to compose resumes and cover letters and apply for employment online. The center has also moved to the first-floor to provide easier access to all customers. A/D Works! staff is available to provide strategic directional career guidance to job seekers of all skill levels.
Job seekers and businesses can access a broad array of free services available year-round, such as career and personality assessments, networking opportunities and industry specific job training. The experienced staff offers individual assistance with career exploration and planning and has experts for young adults, seniors and veterans seeking employment.
The Aurora Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Resource Center is located at 15400 E. 14th Pl., Aurora, 80011. The center is open to the general public, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Workforce Centers also are located in Littleton, Centennial and Castle Rock. For more information on Arapahoe/Douglas Works! call 303-636-1260 or visit the A/D Works! website at www.adworks.org.
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