Wisconsin Fast Forward Grants
The State of Wisconsin's $30 million investment in the Wisconsin Fast Forward (WFF) grant program is a nationally recognized innovative talent development solution driven by Wisconsin businesses to train and retain highly skilled workers. Over $10 million in WFF grant contracts has been issued to date, supporting nearly 200 worker training projects and benefitting hundreds of employers and thousands of workers across Wisconsin.
Wisconsin's WORKnet provides statistical information on a variety of areas including employment, wages, unemployment, and projections.
O*NET OnLine contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation specific descriptors. The database is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupations.
Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA)
WEDA is Wisconsin's Voice for Economic Development. The statewide association is a 410+ member organization whose primary objective is to increase the effectiveness of individuals involved in the practice of economic development by encouraging cooperation, exchange of information and promotion of professional skills.
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)
WEDC is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that invites and rewards businesses, professional and personal pursuits in Wisconsin.
JobLines - Routes 6 and 61 - is a joint initiative among Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS), Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin (BHCW), and Milwaukee Inner-city Congregations Allied for Hope (MICAH) connecting Milwaukee residents with suburban job opportunities.
View Waukesha Metro for routes, schedules, and fare information.
Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS)
View MCTS for routes, schedules, and fare information.