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Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

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Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) covers all of Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland and Rock Counties.

What is the WIOA Program?
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program provides individualized, employment-focused services to jobseekers who meet eligibility and program enrollment requirements.

What Kinds of Services can WIOA Offer you?

Education and On the Job Training (OJT) opportunities
Employer perspective feedback
Interview preparation and skill development
Job leads
Recruitment and hiring event information
Resume development
Supportive Services

More about Training:
Customers in need of training to find self-sustaining employment may be eligible for WIOA Training Services. Eligibility for training services is determined through the eligibility and assessment process. The primary goal of occupational training is to prepare workers for self-sustaining employment in a demand occupation.

Support services for job search or training may include, but not limited to:

Transportation assistance (gas vouchers, bus passes)
Child/dependent care assistance
Clothing/uniform assistance
Tools and supplies (for employment; statement from employer

To sign up for an information session, please contact:

Casey Dobson, Program Manager @ (608) 741-3507
Cyndi Pohl, Career Specialist @ (608) 741-3513
Wendy Williams, Career Specialist @ (608) 741-3463
Cotina Dorsey, Career Specialist @ (608) 741-3512
Sam Wegner, Career Specialist @ (608) 741-3511

An equal opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary Aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you need this printed material interpreted to a language you understand or in a different format, or need assistance in using this service, please contact us. Deaf, hearing or speech impaired callers may reach us by the Wisconsin Relay number 711.