Mi Casa is resource for Denver metro employers Email
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 04:00 PM


Denver metro area hiring resourcesDo you receive resumes that list courses and certifications that you don’t immediately recognize?

If you work in the Denver metro area, you might have seen Mi Casa Resource Center or Mi Casa Innovation Lab on a resume but moved right past it. For Denver area businesses, it is worth your time to be aware of Mi Casa programs to find quality candidates with a drive to succeed.

Mi Casa Resource Center offers many services to help working families achieve lasting economic success. While services are mostly targeted to Latinos, they welcome everyone looking to improve their financial health and develop a career path. Several programs could serve as a resource to landscape companies seeking qualified, reliable staff.

Bilingual job list can help employers

In partnership with Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List, Mi Casa offers a Bilingual Jobs List to connect bilingual job seekers to careers, as well as assist employers with finding the best bilingual talent. You can find this list at www.andrewhudsonsjobslist.com.

Staffing agency
Mi Casa TalentSolutions is a full-service Denver staffing agency providing skilled and diverse talent for temporary, contract-to-hire and direct placement employment opportunities.

While they focus on accounting, administration and customer service, they will work with employers to fill any open position with a skilled and talented individual.

Career Counseling
The Innovation Lab in Northeast Park Hill offers business and career training services for adults. Graduates of courses and workshops often earn a certificate of completion and they may include that accomplishment on resumes and applications.

The Innovation Lab focuses on four aspects of career and business readiness through individual coaching and group workshops:

  • Career Planning: resume and cover letter writing, conducting a job search, preparing for interviews
  • Entrepreneurial Counseling: key steps to starting a business
  • Financial Literacy: money management skills 
  • Technology Training: online skills plus Microsoft Office programs

Participants learn to navigate a job search and also how to balance the responsibilities of work, family and other duties once they start down a career path. Many candidates from the program have the tools to be a reliable staff member who is eager to learn a new job in a new industry.

For more information about Mi Casa Resource Center and its programs, visit www.micasaresourcecenter.org.

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