Iowa Career Access Points (ICAP)An Initiative Engaging Faith and Community
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The Iowa Career Access Point (ICAP) is a unique resource to help customers become self-sufficient. It is a network like no other. It brings together:
• Workforce development partners
• Faith-based organizations
• Community organizations
• Government agencies
Iowa Career Access Points consist of:
• Committed Service Providers
• Over 100 Services ranging from Adult Employment and Training Services to Youth Services.
Libraries Helping Job Seekers
In Iowa and across the country, job seekers are going to libraries to write résumés, set up e-mail accounts, look for work, complete online job applications and more. There are resources available to libraries and the people they serve thanks to a partnership between Iowa Workforce Development and local libraries. Feel free to share these resources with people in your community who need them.
If your library is interested in becoming a partner with Iowa Workforce Development, please visit the State Library web site.
News and Announcements
Willis Dady Emergency Shelter in Cedar Rapids is a new Iowa
Career Access Point
Fairfield Volunteer Center in Fairfield is a new Iowa Career
We Lift Job Search Center in Indianola is a new Iowa Career Access Point
Taylor County Neighborhood Center in Bedford is a new Iowa Career Access Point
Ringgold County Neighborhood Center in Mount Ayr is a new Iowa Career Access Point
The State Library and Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) have
developed a partnership in order to better serve unemployed
Iowans. The partnership was formally kicked off in 2009 with an
ICN program for public libraries and IWD managers, followed by
online sessions for library staff on how to navigate the IWD Web
site. On January 15, 2010 the State Library and Iowa Workforce
Development signed a letter of commitment between the two
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