Workforce Development Centers

Changing Lives.

From job readiness to soft skill development to self-efficacy programs, Workforce Development Centers (WFDC) support clients on their path to develop the skills and confidence needed to secure a job and stay employed.

WFDC are currently open to help job seekers by appointment only.

All services are FREE. Expert staff and volunteers are on hand to help identify opportunities and navigate the employment application process. In addition to general support and coaching, WFDC teams also provide resume and cover letter writing assistance, online job search support, application submissions and interview skills training.

To schedule a consultation, please fill out the request form below.


ICS Northwest Workforce Development Center

2820 West Ina Road
Tucson, AZ 85741

Monday through Friday 9am-4pm

By appointment
Friday mornings from 9am-1:00pm
(520) 526-9320

ICS Central Workforce Development Center

122 North Craycroft Rd
Tucson, AZ 85711

Monday through Friday 9am-4pm

By appointment
In-person and virtual appointments available
(520) 526-9320

In an effort to support individuals in the community, we have provided links to assist with unemployment, job openings to companies who are hiring now and links to websites created by the state and county to respond to the financial impact many are experiencing.

See our Jobs Board for more.


“I received a huge assist in my job hunting campaign from ICS. I faced major obstacles to gaining employment. The Workforce Development Center staff generously shared their expertise at every step. My new part time job is a great fit for my needs.” -Keith

Getting Ahead Workshops

Interfaith Community Services hosts Getting Ahead Workshops.  This program 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 stable. Participants examine their own experience of poverty as well as explore issues in the community that impact poverty − spending, housing, jobs, transportation, resources − providing critical information the community can use to take action to end poverty.

If you are interested in future cohorts or to learn more about participating in the Getting Ahead workshop contact Lauryn Valladarez at wfd@icstucson.org or  (520) 526-9320

Bridges Financial Management Course

We partner with Bridges Out of Poverty and local banking institutions to present FREE Financial Management Workshops.

This workshop series is an intensive 10-week course designed for investors to work with mentors and financial experts to create their financial future story. Our Classes are made up of 50% material and 50% discussion.  In fact, we pay you for your time and expertise.

Experienced financial experts will share tips and strategies for improving your credit score, how to save for financial emergencies, how to save money for a house, how to set achievable financial goals, making good financial and life choices, and much more.

The next Bridges Financial Management class will be starting on March 1st, 2023 and run for 10 weeks.  The class will be on Wednesday evenings from 6pm-8pm. Classes will mostly be held over Zoom with the occasional in-person meeting.

For more information on joining this course, download the Bridges Financial Management flyer or contact Maryann Moulinet at mmoulinet@icstucson.org or (520) 477-0272.


“I am grateful for all the support I’ve been given. Thank you for helping me with my resume. I appreciate ICS so much! Graduating college and starting my new career is a weight off my shoulders.” -Ashley

Volunteer Opportunities For The ICS Workforce Development Center

ICS is always looking for volunteers with backgrounds in business or human resources to serve in the Workforce Development Center. Hours vary. Duties include helping clients with resume & job searches, monitoring their progress, and being a source of encouragement along the way.

Interested volunteers should contact Tori Carlson-Foscz at (520) 526-9308.