President signs WIOA into law

On July 22, 2014, President Obama signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act into law. This bipartisan bill will replace the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 to support job seekers throughout the U.S. Click below to learn more.
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Interview Session: April 8

Aerotek will be at NOVA on Wednesday, April 8, to interview for a number of open positions. Click "Learn More" to access the informational flyer.
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White House releases job-training report

The White House recently released the Vice President's report on job-training programs, listing practices that work and summarizing calls to action for the workforce development system. Click below to access the report.
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CalJOBS Mobile App

EDD is pleased to announce a more convenient way to search for employment with the launch of CalJOBS mobile apps for smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices.
Search iTunes or Google Play for "CalJOBS" to download it for free!
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Are you looking for tips, strategies, and information to assist you with your job-search activities? Take a look at NOVA's newest job-search resource, which has been designed to complement NOVA's existing workshops and career-advising services
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"Besides providing me a platform to hone my public speaking skills in front of a large audience, ProMatch presented me with networking opportunities. The material covered in all their classes/workshops was top-notch, and I don't know of any place else that does such a terrific job!"     
Kajal Sarkar, former ProMatch member
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Limited Training Funds Available

For a limited time, NOVA has training funds for individuals eligible as Dislocated Workers (determined at time of NOVA Job Center registration). For more information, click the "Learn More" button below or call 408-730-7232.
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What We Do...

We enable jobseekers to transition back into the workforce by providing new skills, new connections, new information, and new opportunities. 

Who We Are...

NOVA is a nonprofit, federally-funded employment and training agency that provides customer-focused workforce development services. We work closely with local businesses, educators, and job seekers to ensure that our programs provide opportunities that build the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to address the workforce needs of Silicon Valley.

NOVA is directed by the NOVA Workforce Board which works on behalf of a seven-city consortium composed of Cupertino, Los Altos, Milpitas, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale.

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