Click here for the WCCNM & NM Workforce Connection COVID-19 Updates

As a precautionary measure to mitigate the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the WCCNM is providing virtual & limited in-person services at the New Mexico Workforce Connection (NMWC) centers across the four-county region. The NMWC Centers are providing all services virtually by phone, email & video conference. Limited in-person appointments are available upon request. Contact us 505.843.1900 or email NMWorkforceConnection@wccnm.org

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Serving Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance & Valencia Counties

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Create an Account and Register

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Visit any one of our New Mexico Workforce Connection centers in the Central Region by phone or in person

Bernalillo County (Albuquerque)

501 Mountain Rd NE l Albuquerque, NM 87102 l 505.843.1900

Sandoval County (Rio Rancho)

4061 Ridge Rock Rd SE l Rio Rancho, NM 87124 l 505.771.2160

Torrance County (Moriarty)

777 Old US Route 66 l Moriarty, NM 87035 l 505.832.6774

Valencia County (Los Lunas)

428 Los Lentes Rd SE l Los Lunas, NM 87031 l 505.212.9115

Questions?

Feel free to contact us via email at nmworkforceconnecction@wccnm.org

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Receive Assistance / Guidance

ADULTs:

Get started with a New Mexico Workforce Connection career counselor who can assist you in-person, by phone, or by video conference to help structure a path to success.

individuals interested in education/training:

We’ll help you explore WIOA services such as tuition assistance and on-the-job training (OJT) opportunities. We will provide information to get you started including:

  • A pre-recorded Program Orientation and also a Labor Market Information (LMI) Workshop
  • Documents that you must complete to determine eligibility
  • Access to the Eligible Training Providers List (ETPL)
  • Financial Assistance Information/Scholarship Opportunities
  • Success stories that will help you see the value of pursuing WIOA assistance
Youth/Young Adults (14-24):

You will meet with a New Mexico Workforce Connection Youth Development Practitioner (YDP) in-person, by phone or by video conference to help structure a path to success Note: If you are under 16 years of age, you will need a work permit for employment and/or work experience opportunities. Your YDP can assist you, you can email us at nmworkforceconnection@wccnm.org or call any of our centers listed above.

Veterans and Eligible Spouses:

You will meet with a New Mexico Workforce Connection career counselor in- person, by phone or by video conference to determine your eligibility for various programs and structure a path to success. We provide priority service to all veterans and eligible spouses who receive services under any qualified job-training program funded in whole or in part by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Individuals with Disabilities:

Learn about the New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

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Use our many onsite computers, office equipment and other resources

Get started with Online Services

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Explore Online Resources

Career Exploration

Explore promising careers and the types of jobs in those careers

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Apprenticeships

Find job opportunities that offer apprenticeship programs

Internships

Explore paid and unpaid internship opportunities

Personal Needs

Explore services that range from Unemployment Insurance and financial assistance to transportation and childcare