We’re here to help you find a job, obtain new skills, or get the training you need to move ahead in the workplace. We work with individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and skill sets. All of our services are free. To learn more about these services please call us (901) 636-7955.
We recommend that job seekers attend a general WIN Career Center Orientation session as a first step in our service process. Orientation sessions are offered on Mondays and Tuesdays, at 8:30am and 1pm. Please see this document for more information on Orientation times, core weekly services offered, and required documenation.
Send Us Your Resume
We work with employers throughout the region to match the right candidate with the right job. Click here to send us your resume.
We can provide you with access to research on wages, skills, educational requirements, and projected job growth within industries and sectors.
Look for a Job
Visit the WIN Career Center at 480 Beale Street for free access to our computers, printers, fax machines, copiers, and telephones to help you look for a job.
Attend a Workshop
We offer workshops on resume writing, interviewing techniques, dressing for success, money management, computer basics, organizational skill development, networking, and using contemporary resources (e.g. the web, social media sites) to aid in job searches.
Please view our calendar for a current schedule of available workshops.
Individuals interested in attending workshops are encouraged to view the following documents for more thorough descriptions of the offered workshops, and detail about the required registration process and dress code:
We’re here to help you establish a career based on your skills, interests, and goals. We offer career assessments to help you find out which jobs are most suited to your skills and talents. Based on your test results, you may be eligible for training funds. Assessments help us identify your skill sets and most successful career path.
Train and Learn
We provide funding for eligible clients, where suitable, to help you become qualified for employment. In order to determine if you qualify, you must attend an Orientation session (see above), and take the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE). Testing times and documents that must be brought are as follows:
TABE Testing Times:
Mondays and Tuesdays, 9:30am and 2pm
- Completion of Career Center Orientation
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Valid Driver's License or State-issued ID
- Social Security Card
Below you will find a link to all of the programs that WIN has approval to fund; The Workforce Investment Network serves LWIA 13.
Help getting a GED
Contact WIN's Career Center for more information. As part of the process of obtaining a GED, you will be asked to take a pre-GED placement test to determine where you need to begin. You will also be paired with a specific service provider who will assist you.
If you have immediate or special needs, we can connect you with the right staff or agency within our network. For more information, contact Janice Harris-Robinson.