Resource Centers

Connecting the dots to success…

ICS Resource Centers support clients to develop the skills and confidence needed to secure a job and stay employed. From job readiness to soft skill development and budget planning, the Resource Centers are changing lives.

Expert volunteers are on hand to help identify opportunities and navigate the employment application process. In addition to general support and coaching, the Resource Centers also provide resume and cover letter writing and review assistance, online job search, and application submissions.

Other training opportunities offered include:

ICS Northwest Resource Center

All Services Are Free | No Appointment Needed

2820 West Ina Road
Tucson, AZ 85741
Monday-Friday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
(520) 526-9320

ICS Eastside Resource Center

All Services Are Free | No Appointment Needed

8701 East Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, AZ 85710
Monday-Friday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
(520) 731-3076

The ICS Resource Centers assist clients in their goal of self-sufficiency, starting with the ability to secure and retain a stable job and identify pathways for career development.

Job searches can be done through self-initiated searches at our computer stations. ICS volunteers will also sit with clients to provide personalized coaching. It is a relaxed atmosphere where individuals can take their time and work at their own pace.

After helping clients assess their skills and career goals, ICS volunteers will work one-on-one to set employment goals and objectives.

Volunteer Opportunities For The ICS Resource Center

ICS is always looking for volunteers with backgrounds in business or social work to serve in the Resource Center. Hours vary. Duties include helping clients get set up on one of our computer stations, monitoring their progress, and being a source of encouragement along the way.

Interested volunteers should contact Tori Carlson-Foscz at (520) 297-6049 ext. 217.

Getting Ahead Workshops

ICS/Wells Fargo Money Management Workshops

Managing your money. Budgeting and savings strategies.

Learn specific steps you can take to help you develop a financial plan. Discover tools and tips you can use for money management. Set financial goals and make a commitment to implement workshop strategies.

Getting Ahead Workshops

Interfaith Community Services hosts Getting Ahead Workshops.  This program, funded by the Pima County “Ending Poverty Now” initiative, helps ensure people are not just getting by, but are instead “getting ahead” with an intensive 16-week course designed for people in or near poverty.

The free workshops offer a supportive environment to explore solutions and build resources to help participants become more financially stable. Participants examine their own experience of poverty as well as explore issues in the community that impact poverty − banking, housing, jobs, transportation − providing critical information the community can use to take action to end poverty.

To learn more about participating in the Getting Ahead workshop contact
the Workforce Development Coordinator at tbommarito@icstucson.org or (520) 526-9320

Computer Classes

ICS volunteers offer a variety of hands-on computer classes from beginning to intermediate level to help clients master fundamental computer skills and software.

Basic Computer Course

Covers Such Essentials As

  • How to get started—including turning on your computer!
  • Setting up an email account
  • Navigating the internet
  • Protecting your privacy

Beginning Microsoft Word

Class Covers Such Essentials As

  • How to create and save documents
  • Basic formatting
  • Toolbars
  • Spellcheck, thesaurus, and more

Beginning Microsoft Excel

Class Covers Such Essentials As

  • Entering data
  • Formatting
  • Copying and pasting
  • Basic formula construction
  • Auto summing… and more