workforce services

a brighter future through employment

your pathway to employment

A New Leaf’s Workforce Services programs help all job seekers re-enter the job market. Job seekers secure employment, create a plan for more stable employment, and move up in the workplace. Workforce Services provides one-on-one support, expertise, and guidance they require to take the next step.

This often includes resume assistance, interview workshops, professional clothing assistance, and even direct connections to the employer.

These services are delivered at program sites across the Valley. By offering support in domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, and other locations, A New Leaf ensures that all the resources someone could need are available.

resume building
and assistance

employment and
job search aid

interview
workshops

location

A New Leaf offers Workforce Services across most of our program locations, including: MesaCAN, domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, and other community offices across the valley.

upcoming workforce events

community partnerships

Operation HOPE works with A New Leaf to serve adults, youth, disaster survivors, and employees with financial dignity programming and coaching to equip them with the financial knowledge and tools to create a secure future. These programs and services are offered at A New Leaf’s Workforce Central at no cost to the client.

To inquire about this program, please go to Operation HOPE’s website, or contact Jairo Mercado by phone at 480-249-4224, or by email at jairo.mercado@operationhope.org. You can also follow Operation Hope on Facebook by clicking HERE.

people forever changed

Imelda

As a single mother, I was struggling to provide for my children. So I started selling tamales to friends and families to make a little extra money. Quickly, I was making more money cooking tamales than working my day job, so I thought – why not make this a business! That was when I turned to A New...

Imelda

As a single mother, I was struggling to provide for my children. So I started selling tamales to friends and families to make a little extra money. Quickly, I was making more money cooking tamales than working my day job, so I thought – why not make this a business! That was when I turned to A New...

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Toni Davis

Program Director
602-601-7204
tdavis@turnanewleaf.org