WDC Career Center Reopens to Public, Two-Hour Slots Available by Appointment

The Workforce Development Center is increasing access to the general public through two-hour appointments to conduct self-directed education and job search activities.

Page updated on Aug 13, 2021 at 1:44 PM

WDC Career Center Reopens to Public, Two-Hour Slots Available by Appointment

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WDC Logo StackedAugust 13, 2021--The Workforce Development Center is increasing Career Center capacity to the general public through two-hour appointments to conduct self-directed education and job search activities.  

Residents must register in advance for the appointment and pass the COVID – 19 screening; unscheduled visits to the center and computer lab are not permitted at this time. Those who do not pass the screening questions will be asked to reschedule their appointment.

Due to physical distancing guidelines, limited job search assistance is available in-person. Residents needing assistance with job searches or resume review can email wdc@alexandriava,gov or call 703.746.5940 and a representative will reach out. 

Residents can schedule one appointment per day. Access to the computer lab and phone bank is available during the scheduled time. All users must wear masks at all times and maintain six feet of physical distancing.  

Reserve appointments by calling 703.746.5990 or emailing wdc@alexandriava.gov. Questions and concerns can be directed at wdc@alexandriava.gov. For reasonable disability accommodations, contact Maurice Tomdio at maurice.tomdio@alexandriava.gov or 571.384.5244.

WDC is a trusted resource, providing services and expertise to support job seeker and employer workforce needs in Alexandria. A certified One Stop Center, WDC serves a variety of skill levels, from those with advanced degrees and years of experience to those with limited education and experience. WDC also provides a range of services at no cost to businesses

Last year, WDC launched “Strive & Thrive: Helping Alexandria Stay Resilient & Get Back to Work” to support Alexandria’s workforce and employers by offering events, services and training remotely and online, including virtual recruitment events, online job readiness and essential skills workshops, a redesigned job board and informational sessions for employers and job seekers. 

To learn more, visit alexandriava.gov/WorkforceDevelopment, email wdc@alexandriava.gov or call 703.746.5990.

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