Workforce development is an integral part to our Arizona Economy. Find out more about the established workforce development programs offered in our region and how you and your business can benefit from them.

Pima Community College  

With more than 45,000 students, six campuses, four education centers and several adult education learning centers, Pima Community College provides traditional and online instruction for more than 180 transfer and occupational programs. The college also offers workforce training, non-credit personal interest classes and post-baccalaureate certificates. 

Whether looking for work, changing careers, or exploring new career options, the Pima County One-Stop connects workers and job seekers – youth, adults, veterans, and dislocated workers – to ARIZONA@WORK, a statewide network of employment, training, and educational programs. 
The Pima County Department of Community & Workforce Development (CWD), the Pima County Workforce Investment Board (WIB), and the ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop partner with businesses, community organizations, government and economic entities, education and training institutions, and faith-based groups to efficiently deliver services by having common goals and measures for success. 

Three tiers of service are offered: 

  • Employment Resources 

    Labor Market Information, Job Banks, On-Line and virtual job matching, job leads, workshops, resume assistance, career counseling. You can subscribe to weekly emails for up-to-date information.

  • Intensive Career Services
    Services include vocational assessment, individualized career planning, pre-vocational adult education, job search and placement. These services are grant funded and require an eligibility determination for more information contact 520-724-7700

  • Training 
    Training opportunities may be available to eligible participants who need specific credentials and training to retain or obtain employment. More than 300 occupational training programs are available with additional activities like On-The-Job Training, Apprenticeships, and more!

Pima County Works

  • Pima Works is a one-stop resource for job seekers and employers. For more information or if you would like to speak to a workforce specialist, please contact us at 520-724-7700, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
  • Virtual Employability Skills classes are also available from the One-Stop Career Centers.
  • The One-Stop works with local businesses to maintain a listing of available employment