Workforce Development & Career Readiness


 Workforce

 

Serving the Community

WDCR provides opportunities for short-term, non-credit training programs, professional skill development, lifelong learning, and career exploration to the community of Las Cruces and southern Doña Ana County.  Community organizations, governmental offices, and local businesses and industries use the training services of WDCR to provide customized education opportunities for their employees

 

Be a Lifelong Learner

In the 21st century, employees must grow and adapt to new demands well after completing their diplomas, degrees, and certificates. The most desirable employees continue to seek learning opportunities and new skills throughout their career lifetime.

 

Are You Career Ready?

BY 2020 skills once considered necessary for today’s workforce will have changed or taken on new meanings.

We must adapt and change for our careers, progressively gaining new skills and pursuing training opportunities. Additionally, we need to continuously develop our skills in communication, collaboration, and empathy in order to function effectively in a global environment.

View more information about Career Readiness.

 

Contact Us


 Mary Ulrich, Ph.D., Director

For inquiries regarding customized training, workforce development, and general program information

575-527-7526

mulrich@dacc.nmsu.edu

 

Melinna Robinson-Denley, Program Specialist

For inquiries regarding CDL Skills Exams, Room Services, DACC Truck Driving Academy

575-528-7092

mdenley@dacc.nmsu.edu