Tucson Arizona Employment Resource Center
Whether just starting out in your career or well established in your career, LDS Employment Resource Services (ERS) or Self-Reliance Services (SRS) can help you accomplish your career goals. The employment center or self-reliance center offers one-on-one coaching, workshops and a large database of employment, education and self-employment opportunities. By visiting the center you learn the most effective job search practices, build your network and find resources to help you further your education or manage a successful small-business.
We recommend that you log-in and begin creating your profile on ldsjobs.org prior to visiting the employment center. Even if an employment center or self-reliance center is not close enough for you to visit, ldsjobs.org offers many online resources. If you desire, an employment advisor can also provide assistance over the telephone or through e-mail.
The Professional Career Workshop
The Professional Career Workshop is a one-day event held on a Saturday every other month from 8:30a - 4:00p. This workshop helps professionals, managers, and executives find or upgrade employment. This is accomplished by using proven job-search skills, providing available resources, and building a personal networking system. Dress is business professional. Register your profile online at www.ldsjobs.org. Then enroll by calling 520-790-0629.
The Career Workshop - Day 1 of 2
The Career Workshop is held monthly (Tuesday & Wednesday) normally on the 2nd week of the month, 11:00a - 4:00p. This workshop is designed to help our candidates develop skills required to achieve their career objectives. The four segments are: My Goals, My Resources, My Interaction with Resources, and My Continued Success. Attendance at both sessions is necessary for full benefit. Register your online profile at ldsjobs.org. Then call 520-790-0629 to enroll.
The Career Workshop - Day 2 of 2
The Career Workshop (Day 2) is from 11:00a - 4:00p (same as Day 1)and is designed to help our candidates develop additional skills required to achieve their career objectives. Attendance at both Day 1 & Day 2 is necessary for full benefit.