Success Stories

 Getting Back on Your Feet

Partnering with the Coconino Career Center is the first step to writing your success story.

"Thank you all for your support in these difficult times finding a job! Thank you for the assistance with commuting and moving."
                                                                                              Tom Schmidt, WIOA Participant (October 2015)

"I want to thank you so much for all of your time, reassurance, and guidance throughout this most trying time. I thank you for your endless stops into our store-always with a great big smile! You all were always a sight for sore eyes. Your brightened our days to the end.

I am thrilled, blessed and enjoying my new job at FUSD. I work with a group of lovely ladies. And lastly, thank you for providing the means for me to step into my new position. I love getting ready for work each day. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!"

                   Emily Cruz, WIOA Participant (September 2015)

"Thank you so much for helping me Cindy. It is nice to know there are people out there that still care."
                                                                                                 Cary Walter, WIA Participant (October 2014)

"I know I didn't spend much time with you but the time I did, and with your co-worker, was a great help and comfort. Also, just knowing you were there helped stabilize me and give me confidence - it's hard to describe - kind of like knowing I had a team behind me cheering me on. So thank you!"
                                                                                                  Cecile LeBlanc, WIA Participant (July 2014)

"Thanks for your help with my resume and cover letter. I think that's why I got the internship, thanks again."

                                                                                                       Coy B. Cody, WIA Participant (July 2014)

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Your Connection to the Workforce.
Serving Employers, WIOA Youth, Adult & Dislocated Workers with funding from the DOL.
Equal Employment Opportunity Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.