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Press Release: North Inland Career Center Moves to Convenient New Location

May 2, 2016

NORTH COUNTY INLAND CAREER CENTER MOVES TO CONVENIENT NEW LOCATION

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<p>ESCONDIDO, CA (May 11, 2016) — The North County Inland Career Center — a part of the America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) network— has moved to <a href=613 West Valley Parkway, Ste. 220, Escondido, CA 92027 (near cross street S. Quince St.). The center’s phone number remains the same at (760) 871-1962. The AJCC network is funded by the San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP) and operated by ResCare Workforce Services.

The North County Inland Career Center is one of 15 AJCC sites in San Diego County that serve 900+ job seekers each day, offering over 81,000 services each year, including funding for vocational training, job placement support, one-on-one career coaching, recruitment and job fair events, computer resource labs, labor market information, referrals to community partner resources and many other services. The AJCCs offer workshops on topics such as résumé writing, interview skills, career exploration, social media and financial fitness.

The new location of the North County Inland Career Center is half a mile from downtown Escondido and the I-5, offers ample parking and is near the Escondido Transit Center, Interfaith Community Services, Goodwill Employment Center and county offices. It is served by the North County Transit District (NCTD) Sprinter and bus lines 217, 235, 280, 305, 308, 350 through 359, 371, 388 and 389.

The Career Center is staffed by the same staff as the former location and is operating during normal business hours, Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., effective immediately.

About the San Diego Workforce Partnership

The San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP) is the leader for innovative workforce solutions in San Diego County. It funds job training programs that enable adults and youth to develop the skills and knowledge needed for careers that are in demand. SDWP also provides current and projected labor market research on the region’s workforce trends and key industries. Its vision is to ensure that every business in our region has access to a skilled workforce and every job seeker has access to meaningful employment. For more information, visit workforce.org.

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Contact:
Heather Milne Barger
(619) 228-2904
HeatherMB@workforce.org

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