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WORK READINESS

Innovate+Educate has created a free online assessment tool to determine both measure skills for work-readiness most valued by employers. The assessment, CoreScore™ is easy to take and understand and offers free “online boot camp” training to help you improve your work readiness skills and assessment scores, SKILL UP™Click here to get started, and select Santa Fe as your location. That will get you started. CoreScore™ is available in both English and Spanish.

COMPUTER AND ACADEMIC TUTORIALS

Goodwill Community Foundation has an extensive library of free, online tutorials to improve your computer skills and academic skills (available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese) called GCFLearnFree. Click here to access their website.

Northstar Digital Literacy offers free, online computer skill assessments with printable results. Click here to access their website.

EMPLOYMENT FOR MINORS

The U.S. Government has created employment laws to protect people under age 18 from danger and exploitation. New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions has created a helpful flyer with general information and places to contact for more specific questions. Click here to access the flyer.

Explore SFCC Certificates and Degrees to learn specific industry skills and education. Click here to access our list.

SFCC’s Adult Education offers a High School Equivalency Diploma/GED program in English and Spanish, ESL classes, and Adult Literacy tutoring. Click here to find out more.

Need help? SFCC’s Welcome and Advising Center can help you get started and guide you to discover where you want to focus your learning and the steps involved. Click here to find out more.

CONTACT CAREER SERVICES at career.services@sfcc.edu, 505-428-1406, Room 201-G.