Union Adult Learning Center

December 2020 Newsletter

A Season of Giving

As 2020 comes to a close, we feel a sense of relief. This year has been action packed and full of surprise twists that we never could have anticipated. We have learned to pivot and balance. We have all learned new ways to perform our essential functions and had to grow in ways we did not imagine. Our teachers and students have become online educators and learners and our school buildings have become hubs for virtual learning. Students have persevered through this pandemic by giving themselves and their families the gift that keeps on giving, a plan for the future.

Partner Spotlight

Workforce Tulsa

Workforce Tulsa fuels economic development by creating relationships that benefit employers and job seekers by placing talent today while preparing individuals for the jobs of tomorrow. Serving residents of Tulsa, Creek, Osage, and Pawnee counties, Workforce Tulsa is a proud partner of the American Job Center Network and works to improve the lives of others while strengthening the economy of the community. Federally funded by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014, Workforce Tulsa focuses on Adults, Dislocated Workers, and Youth/Young Adults (ages 14 to 24.)

By helping clients identify and overcome significant employment barriers, Workforce Tulsa’s knowledgeable staff connects job seekers to the training and resources necessary for success in today's job market. Workforce Tulsa provides no-cost, virtual workshops that focus on resume building, interview skills, soft skills, and more. Workforce Tulsa, through collaborative relationships with numerous schools and training providers, offers assistance to clients who want to further their education or obtain specialized certifications.

Workforce Tulsa’s Business Services Team partners with businesses and organizations to create unique job opportunities that otherwise might not be available. By creating grant-funded Work Experience (WEX) opportunities and On-the-Job training (OJT) opportunities, job seekers gain valuable skills while building professional relationships. These grant-funded Wage Subsidy programs provide businesses and organizations with an enhanced and diverse workforce.

For more information, please visit www.workforcetulsa.com or email our Outreach Coordinator at vharper@workforcetulsa.com.

Workforce Tulsa

Directions to the Tulsa American Job Center:
We're on the NW corner of 5th & Cheyenne, across the street from the Mayo Hotel on the east and the Tulsa City-County Library on the west. We are one block south of the Denver Avenue Bus Station. Look for the Arby's sign

Parking at the Tulsa American Job Center:
Free visitor parking is available and entry is accessible off both 4th & 5th Streets between Denver & Cheyenne. Parking spaces are labeled 'Job Center Visitor Parking.' If no visitor parking is available, fee-based street parking is available as is fee-based garage parking at the Tulsa City County Library or the Tulsa Courthouse parking structure on the west.

Career Guidance Zoom Call with Workforce Tulsa

Friday, Dec. 4th, 9am

This is an online event.

Scott Obomanu with Workforce Tulsa will present information on their programs and resources. This call will be recorded and uploaded to our Career Guidance Canvas Course. Workforce Tulsa serves Creek, Osage, Pawnee, & Tulsa counties.


You must sign up to receive the link. Click HERE to sign up.

Career Guidance Zoom Call with Northeast Workforce

Friday, Dec. 11th, 9am

This is an online event.

Travis Alexander with the Northeast Workforce will present information and resources. This call will be recorded and uploaded to our Career Guidance Canvas Course. Northeast Workforce serves Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers, & Washington counties.


You must sign up to receive the link. Click HERE to sign up.

Save the Date

UALC 3rd Quarter Enrollment

Tuesday, Jan. 5th 2021 at 9am to Thursday, Jan. 7th 2021 at 8pm

7616 South Garnett Road

Broken Arrow, OK

This enrollment will be in person at our Adult Learning Center Offices. More information will be posted on our website when it becomes available. Please visit us at ualc.unionps.org

Resources

Resources at Your Fingertips

With all chaos that our new normal brings, it is easy to feel overwhelmed when you need help. There are a few online resources that can help. The two search engines I have used to narrow down resources are 211 and findhelp.org. Both sites offer a significant amount of links and information based on the zip code you enter. They are categorized to help you find the information you need quickly. Both sites offer the ability to choose your language, to better serve you.


To access 211, click HERE.

To access findhelp.org, click HERE.