The Community Services/Workforce Development Department’s M.O.V.E.R.S Session II is set to begin on September 15, 2020 – October 23, 2020.  The M.O.V.E.R.S program focuses on the 18-24-year-old individual who MUST be at a high school graduate AND meet the income guidelines to participate. They will receive Microsoft training with hopes of achieving their IC3 Digital Literacy Certification, along with basic customer service […]

The Customer Service/Computer Based Training course is a blend of the Workforce Development training composed of an instructor-driven curriculum and the online courses. The six-week training program is designed to prepare individuals for an office/computer-based work environment that revolves around a customer service-centered workplace.  Upon completion, individuals will become certified by the International Customer Service […]

The most important role in life is that of a parent. How we treat a child matters greatly and helps to shape the kind of person he or she will become. The Parenting Piece by Piece Parenting Workshop lead by our social workers will train participants in child development and building healthy relationships through engaging activities […]