Job Seeking & Training Assistance
Seeking & Training Assistance
Job seeking and training services can help applicants obtain high-demand jobs that lead to economic self-sufficiency. Services are available to eligible youth, adults, and dislocated workers through the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).
|Funding assistance for training services is mainly available through:|
| Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA)|
| Trade Assistance Act (TAA)|
| On-the-Job Training (OJT)|
Individual Training Accounts (ITA) are designed to provide education and skills to clients who are in need of training. After an individualized assessment, an ITA allows clients to choose appropriate training programs through an Eligible Training Provider (ETP) list.
|Additional training may include:|
| Short term training to upgrade or enhance job skills|
| On-the-job training with employers|
JOB SEEKING SERVICES
A variety of services are available to help jobseekers determine what careers best match their interests, personality, aptitude, or other characteristics.
| Career counseling|
| Aptitude, skill and interest assessment|
| Workshops to enhance your resume, cover letters, job search and more|
| Labor market information to help you explore high demand occupations,
| Job Clubs for networking opportunities|
Supportive services are available to help clients while in training or in job search. These services may include but are not limited to transportation, housing, minor medical, and job related needs (e.g. tools, clothes, etc.).