The Loudoun Workforce Resource Center want to help young people who are looking for employment opportunities to significantly improve their job and career options.
“If you’re between the ages of 17 and 24 and opportunity hasn’t been knocking on your door lately, then the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act program might be right for you,” said Shelly Rodriguez of the Loudoun Workforce Resource Center. Among the free services offered by the center are résumé building, interview coaching, internships, vocational training, tutoring, and professional clothing assistance.
To schedule an appointment or register for an information session go to myskillsource.org and click on “Young Adults,” or contact Farihah Kuraishi at 571-385-9672 or by email at Farihah.Kuraishi@loudoun.gov.
The Workforce Resource Center is located in the Shenandoah Building, 102 Heritage Way SE, first floor, in Leesburg. For more information about other center services and a full calendar of events, go to loudoun.gov/wrc or call 703-777-0150.