Arkansas Workforce Center — Employment agency
Arkansas Division of Workforce Services — Supports and secures Arkansas’ economic vitality through a highly skilled workforce by administering programs and providing efficient services that empower employers and job seekers.
Arkansas Career Development Center — Provides a comprehensive system of education and workforce programs and services to prepare a job-ready, career-bound workforce to meet the needs of Arkansas employers.
City of Rogers Arkansas Job Board
City Jobs of Bentonville Arkansas Job Board
Credit Counseling of Arkansas (CCOA) Fayetteville — Free one-on-one financial counseling including budget counseling, debt elimination counseling, credit report review/counseling, and housing counseling for pre-purchase or mortgage delinquency located in Fayetteville.
Credit Counseling of Arkansas (CCOA) Bentonville — Free one-on-one financial counseling including budget counseling, debt elimination counseling, credit report review/counseling, and housing counseling for pre-purchase or mortgage delinquency located in Bentonville.
Brand New Mercies — A recovery program where women can reclaim their lives and recover from addiction, abuse, or homelessness without being separated from their children.
NWA Women’s Shelter — The Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter provides shelter and support at any hour for those affected by domestic violence in our community.
Second Helping — It all started with a need and a desire to fulfill that need. There are so many under-served populations in Northwest Arkansas, and I wanted to make a difference. Secondhand Smoke is where old fashioned BBQ intersects with the community. We have started a non-profit called Second Helping NWA. This non-profit is apart of a bigger mission of feeding those who may need a meal and cannot afford one.
LatinXNA Empowerment Forum — An annual forum held during Hispanic Heritage Month focused on catalyzing Latinx Empowerment and Engagement in the Northwest Arkansas region through awareness networking, inspiration, and recognition.
LatinXNA Leader Resource Group Conference-Service — An annual conference focused on equipping and activating Latino leaders within the regional community and from ERGs/BRGs/Affinity Groups, to commit to service as a way to give to others and to grow professionally.
LatinXNA Member Spotlights — A strategy focused on leveraging regional and national print and digital platforms to spotlight LatinXNA members who are making a significant impact in their work and in their community.
LatinXNA Executive Advisory Committee (EAC) — A group of senior executives dedicated to the mission of LatinXNA and to the growth, development, exposure, and upward mobility of LatinXNA members.
RECURSOS DE MEDICARE PARA LA POBLACIÓN INMIGRANTE — Infórmese sobre los requisitos de elegibilidad, las opciones de cobertura y los costos de Medicare para las poblaciones inmigrantes.
What Are the Medicare Eligibility Requirements for Immigrants? — Once immigrants meet residency requirements, eligibility and enrollment works the same as it does for other Medicare recipients. Immigrants must establish permanent legal residency by living in the U.S. for five continuous years prior to the month of filing an application for Medicare.
Medicare Resources in Other Languages — There are a number of resources and supports available locally and online to help answer questions about Medicare eligibility, coverage, and how to apply. Resources cover a variety of topics ranging from overviews of the parts of Medicare to COVID-19 vaccine coverage to who to contact for answers to your Medicare questions.
LGBTQ+ College Student Guide – LGBTQ students have a significant presence on college campuses. In 2018, an Association of American Universities survey of over 180,000 university students found that 16.9% of students identify as non-heterosexual. While many colleges try to make their campuses welcoming to LGBTQ students, their success rate varies. If you’re a prospective college student who identifies as LGBTQ+, it’s important that you research schools to make sure they’ve created a supportive environment. In this guide, you’ll learn how to research colleges and review additional topics such as the unique challenges LGBTQ students face and the resources and legal rights available to them.
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