Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Mesa County Workforce Center Launches a New Website

The Mesa County Workforce Center is pleased to announce the launch of its a new and improved website http://mcwfc.us/The new website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and enhanced rich content focused on the Workforce Center’s mission to provide the job seeker and the business employer a quality experience. The new sleeker look offers the job seeker and the business community a more pleasant and intuitive experience.

The new site is divided into five main sections: Home, About, Job Seekers, Business and Services. The website is shifted to a client-centric layout and can be easily navigated. Listed under the Business link employers can find how to List a Job, Lay Off Assistance, info for On the Job Training, Work Ready Communities and Work Experience Internships. The Job Seeker link offers extensive links such as the Career Coach  Job Search Professional Services, Youth Career Exploration., The Services section provides detailed descriptions of the Workforce Center Services such as Veterans Services, Young Adults, and GED prep. There are dedicated a links to Labor Market  trends, Community Links and Trainings & Events. In Training and Events there are calendars with upcoming events including tradeshows, seminars and workshops, with links to register for these workshops online. Also included on the website is the See What We Do video, News Blog and client testimonials. The site even translates into Spanish.

 “We are excited about our new website launch and the robust information it provides for customers, business partners and the media to better understand the Workforce Centers services" said Curtis Englehart, Workforce Center Manager.  "We believe that this new site will allow our visitors to have a very informative experience. We have plans to further expand the websites features to better serve our community.”

The new Mesa County Workforce Center website was designed and built by local web designer Melinda McCaw Media.

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