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Press Release: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held at New Pueblo Workforce Center Location

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Left to right: Aden Martinez (Latino Chamber of Commerce), Kelly Folks (Director of Employment & Training, Colorado Department of Labor), Commissioner Eppie Griego (Pueblo County), Kathy Reeves (Top-Notch Personnel), Suzie Miller (Colorado Rural Workforce Consortium), and Andrew Dalton (Pueblo Workforce Center)

(PUEBLO) – The Pueblo Workforce Center, in partnership with the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo, hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at its new location at 1045 W. 6th Street in Pueblo on Wednesday, December 13th. The celebration marked the official inauguration of the new state-of-the-art facility dedicated to serving the employment needs of the Pueblo community.

The relocation of the Pueblo Workforce Center represents a significant milestone in the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) and the Colorado Workforce System's commitment to fostering economic growth and empowering individuals through employment opportunities. The new facility is strategically designed to enhance the delivery of the center's comprehensive services, including job placement assistance, career counseling, skills development programs and employer resources.

"To those who will walk through these doors seeking guidance and support, know that we are here for you. This is a place where potential meets opportunity, where determination meets resources, and where your aspirations can take flight," said Suzie Miller, Director of the Colorado Rural Workforce Consortium. "We look forward to continuing our mission to promote quality jobs, build strategic objectives and strengthen resources to meet the needs of rural businesses, community partners and job seekers."

Left to right: Noah Commerford (Latino Chamber of Commerce) Kelly Folks (Director of Employment & Training, Colorado Department of Labor), Commissioner Eppie Griego (Pueblo County), Andrew Dalton (Pueblo Workforce Center) and Suzie Miller (Colorado Rural Workforce Consortium)

“This Workforce Center is not just a resource for the present; it is an investment in the future of our talent pipeline and a hub of possibilities that symbolizes our commitment to empowering individuals, fostering professional growth and contributing to the economic vitality of our community," shared Pueblo County Commissioner Eppie Grego shared. "Whether you are a job seeker eager to embark on a new career path, a professional looking to enhance your skills, or an employer seeking the right talent, this center is designed to serve as a catalyst for success. Let us embrace the journey that lies ahead, united in our commitment to build a stronger, more vibrant community.”

The ribbon-cutting ceremony featured esteemed community leaders, government officials, and representatives from partner organizations, highlighting the collaborative efforts driving workforce development in the region. Attendees had the opportunity to tour the facility, interact with staff, and learn about the array of resources available to job seekers and employers alike.

The Pueblo Workforce Center offers an array of services and resources including: job search assistance, career counseling, skill development, employment services, career assessment and exploration, veteran services, supportive services, workshops and training programs. It also supports businesses through recruitment, retention, and upskilling services.

Visit the center's website for more information about its services, programs, or the relocation.

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