B.A. EDC Launches Career & Workforce Center 

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CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION: Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jennifer Conway holds the Work in BA Certificate of Appreciation with Tulsa County Commissioner Stan Sallee.

The Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation (BAEDC) has launched a new program designed to provide physical and virtual space for connecting businesses and talent in Broken Arrow.  
The BA Career & Workforce Center, located at the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce, provides local workforce intake, assessment and career counseling and referrals to support local citizens and displaced workers searching for jobs.  
Funded by the City of Broken Arrow and Tulsa County CARES, the center has created a shared workspace to host various education and workforce-related organizations. Each partner organization provides quality services to connect participants with career opportunities and advancement. To serve as a one-stop-shop, it is equipped with a lab space where job-seekers can access supervised computer and video equipment to assist with:  
• Job Search  
• Remote Career Counseling  
• Soft Skill Training  
• Browse Open Positions  
• Career Assessment  
• Referral for Training and Upskilling  

“This was an opportunity for our city to join forces with Tulsa County to address the workforce needs of our businesses and also help our citizens find the employment they need to sustain their families.” said City Manager, Michael Spurgeon.  
“We are thrilled to put these dollars to work for Tulsa County businesses,” said Tulsa County Commissioner Stan Sallee. “The economic health of Tulsa County is vital for recovery and putting people to work in quality jobs is imperative.”  
“We look forward to providing our employers with the talent they need to address this changing economy,” said President and CEO of the Broken Arrow Chamber of commernce Jennifer Conway.

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