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Research what it takes, the earning potential and focused occupational possibilities and career goals available through the O*NET Assessment. For assistance, call 575-315-1100.
Take the ACT® WorkKeys® assessment and earn the National Career Readiness Certificate® (NCRC®) that offers potential employers the recognized credential that verifies workplace skills and performance. For more information, call 575-315-1100.
To build and explore the best career path or prepare for a job search, The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions has some great opportunities and tools for solutions. The website will help each individual find the right pathway and explain the differences between jobs, occupations and careers.
Individuals seeking In-Demand career fields, eligibility for funding through the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program may be possible. For more information, call 575-315-1100.
Military & Veteran Careers and Employment options can be explored through the Careers and Employment at the Vets.gov website. The Veterans Employment Center can help spouses and other family member’s access valuable career resources and can be found at Resources for Military and Veteran Family Members.
Veterans Employment Center
The Adult Education (AE) program offers preparation for the High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma testing, English as a Second Language (ESL), beginner to advanced, and tutoring services for both programs, free of charge, offered days and/or evenings in three locations within Lincoln and Otero Counties. For more information, call 575-315-1100.
New Mexico Workforce Connection provides services to students, potential students, alumni and staff for career advantages that support success in the complex job seeking and advancement of today’s career needs. Services include: assistance with creating effective cover letters and strong resumes, mock interviews, focused career exploration, and information for free certification documentation in aptitude and personality testing for employers. To find more information about services available, call 575-315-1100. To register online, click on the New Mexico Workforce Connection link at right.
New Mexico Workforce Connection
The Wildland Fire Science Program offered by ENMU-Ruidoso is designed to offer a clear path for students to follow from beginning of the program through the completion of program towards graduation. In addition, this pathway prepares student to continue training in the field. You may search a career list which includes volunteer opportunities while and after completing the program.
Wildland Fire Career Links
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program offered by ENMU-Ruidoso is intended to provide students with the skills necessary to pursue a career as a service provider at the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) or Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) level. In addition, this degree pathway prepares student to continue training in the field. You may search a career list that includes volunteer opportunities while and after completing the program.
Emergency Medical Services Career Links