For Job Seekers

Building Bridges Between Job Seekers and Opportunities

Whether you are looking for your first job, changing careers, or re-entering the job market after an extended absence, Workforce Resource is here to help. Operating from your local Job Center, we offer access to these programs to assist you with your successful job attainment.

Services include:

  • Local and regional job openings
  • Computer resource center for researching job openings, matching job skills, and creating resumes
  • Job fair opportunities
  • Training program information
  • College information, enrollment, and financial aid assistance
  • Job search, job placement, and other help from training staff
  • Job skills workshops
  • Assistance for veterans, disabled workers, and job seekers
  • Copy, fax, printer, and internet services

Learn about our Accommodation Policies here.

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Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) for Adults, Dislocated Workers, and Youths
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Wisconsin Works
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FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Program
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Independent Living
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Transitional Jobs
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Anti-Human Trafficking

Job Center of Wisconsin

The Job Center of Wisconsin website is a free, self-service system for job seekers to search for job openings, create resumes, connect with employers, and find jobs in Wisconsin. Whether you are looking for the perfect job or helpful information, Job Center of Wisconsin is the place for you.