CPLC Workforce Solutions
Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) has emerged as one of the leading nonprofit workforce development teams by marrying its innovative use of technology, social media, and bilateral communications with its institutional stability, grassroots reach, and record of leadership in the communities it serves. CPLC also knows that an individual's economic and personal health are interrelated, and recognizes the presence of certain obstacles such as past incarcerations, teen pregnancies, behavioral health issues, substance abuse, lack of adequate health care, stable housing, and language barriers. To address these barriers, CPLC has created a continuum of care model through a referral system among internal and community partners, resource centers, and support groups that address systemic needs of program participants, allowing them to focus on their specific educational and vocational goals.
- Bring together business, labor, education, and economic development to focus on community workforce
- Develop, disseminate, and understand current labor market and economic information and trends.
- Broker new relationships with businesses, job seekers, and the community.
- Advocate for the importance of workforce policy, provide perspective about the need for skilled workers.
- Enhance the region's ability to meet the workforce needs of local employers.
Assist in organizing recruitment events, screening for a specific candidate pool, posting job openings on local, county, state websites, forwarding applicant resumes, conducting skill assessments, and referring qualified jobseekers. Can also provide human resource assistance.
Job Seeker Services
Provide everything you need when you’re looking for a job, to change your career, to develop new skills, or simply the right training. Whether it’s resources, information, career counseling, training, or computer access, our professional and knowledgeable staff will work with job seekers to help them achieve their goals.
Offer specialized services to young people between the ages of 16 and 21. Provide services such as strategies for overcoming barriers to employment, how to prepare for post-secondary education and employment opportunities, attaining educational and skills training credentials, and how to secure employment with career and promotional opportunities.
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