Adult & Dislocated Worker Program
Designed to provide career, training, and supportive services for eligible adults ages 18 and older including:
- Adult literacy training
- Adult vocational training
- Basic skills upgrading
- Career exploration
- Employment counseling
- On-the-job training
- Resume preparation
- Interviewing techniques
- and more!
Career Connections provides adults and youth with tools for career planning and conducting a job search. Choosing a career is a multi-step process. It involves learning about yourself and the occupations you are considering in order to make an informed decision. Individuals using Career Development Services will learn that self-awareness of their interests, strengths, values, skills, personality and decision-making style will give them tools that can be applied to a variety of situations.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a state program designed to obtain, maintain, and improve employment for people with disabilities by working with vocational rehabilitation clients, employers, and other partners. As an approved Service Provider for DVR, the Workforce Development Center provides services in the following areas:
- Internship / Temporary Work
- Job Coaching
- Job Development Hire
- Job Preparation & Development
- Job Retention
- Job Shadow
- Skills to Pay the Bills
- Talent Acquistion Portal (TAP) Services
FoodShare Employment and Training
The FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) program is a free program that helps FoodShare members build their job skills and find jobs. FSET will assess your strengths, needs and preferences to help you with getting a job.
Windows to Work
Windows to Work is re-entry program to help offenders successfully transition from incarceration back to their communities and reduce recidivism rates. The Windows to Work Case Manager serves as a link between incarceration and the community by providing continuous, intensive services pre- and post-release.
Pre-release services include individualized plans, weekly sessions, workshops, job development and placement services, retention services, documentation assistance, resource referrals, and day of release plans. Post-release services include continued retention resources, career pathway development
The Wisconsin Works program is available to parents of minor children whose family income is below 115% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Each Wisconsin Works eligible participant meets with a Financial and Employment Planner (FEP), who helps the individual develop an employability plan.
The WorkIT program is designed to assist young adults ages 17 to 29 who have a high school diploma, pursue education, employment, and training opportunities in information technology (IT) position in the advanced manufacturing, healthcare, or IT industries. Services provided include:
- Case management
- Career planning
- On-the-job training
- Paid short or long term training
- Paid work experience
Caring enough...to make a difference! Veteran Representatives are available to assist job-seeking Veterans with a range of services and to assist employers with hiring qualified, skilled applicants. The Workforce Development Centers have Veteran Representatives available to assist you via email: VetsInfo@wctc.edu.