Literate Worker Initiative
A collaboration to help adults increase their basic skills and find employment in Tucson and surrounding communities
BACKGROUND & PURPOSE OF THIS SITE
Launched in 2007, the Literate Worker Initiative is a multi-agency effort to improve and coordinate local education and employment services for adults with limited English language and/or basic skills. The Initiative has had great success addressing service gaps and establishing a continuum of services to help individuals progress toward their education and employment goals with minimal barriers.
This site is designed for those who work directly with adults -- teachers, tutors, navigators and caseworkers -- so they can quickly and easily access information to facilitate cross-agency referrals.
A printable PDF that provides an overview of the Literate Worker Initiative programs and services, along with basic eligibility requirements. For more detailed information, use the Interactive Referral Guide.
An interactive guide to help you to find a program or service that matches your client/student's needs, and provides detailed information on program services, eligibility requirements, and enrollment processes.
A look at the Pima County One-Stop's weekly posting of local job fairs and employee recruitment events. If you would like to receive an email version of the weekly posting, please contact Jennifer Stanowski at email@example.com or call 882-8006 ext 205.
A virtual parking lot for flyers about employment and education-related classes and workshops. Initial notifications regarding these opportunities is sent out via email. If you would like to receive email notifications, please contact Jennifer Stanowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 882-8006 ext 205.
Program brochures and flyers that describe on-going services (not time-sensitive)