Find the services that are right for you:
Job Search Assistance
If you need assistance with resume writing, job applications, interview tips, JobCenterofWisconsin.com registration, or navigating the Unemployment Insurance online system, contact Job Service. We also offer workshops and career exploration tools.
Connect with Job Center of Wisconsin Job Service staff:
Program Name/s: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title III, Wagner Peyser, RESEA, Job Service
Employment Services for Veterans
If you are a veteran or spouse of a veteran who needs assistance finding a job or determining your next career, contact an Office of Veteran Employment Services representative. You may be eligible to receive services like employment assessments, resume assistance, job search assistance, introductions to veteran-friendly employers, and referrals to other veteran programs.
Connect with a Veteran Employment Representative:
Program Name/s: WIOA Jobs for Veterans State Grant Program (JVSG), Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program (DVOP), Local Veteran's Employment Representative (LVER)
Services for Laid Off Workers
If you have recently lost your job, will be losing your job, are a veteran who has recently been released from service, a military spouse, or more, you may be eligible for a variety of services through the Dislocated Worker Program. Services may include job search, resume, and interviewing assistance, career exploration and planning, general information on Unemployment Insurance, financial assistance to cover the costs of classroom or on-the-job training, and more. You will be assigned a career planner who will help you develop a plan to get you back to work.
Connect with the Dislocated Worker Program:
Program Name/s: WIOA Title I-B Dislocated Worker Program, Rapid Response
Services for Workers Laid Off Due to Foreign Trade
If you lost your job due to foreign competition, including work being moved outside of the United States, you may be eligible for services including career exploration; training; help with living expenses; wage subsidies for older workers; healthcare assistance information; job search assistance; and relocation allowances through the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program (TAA). A petition must be filed, and U.S. Department of Labor determines if you and your former company are TAA certified making you potentially eligible for these services.
Connect with the TAA Program:
Program Name/s: Trade Adjustment Program (TAA) a WIOA Partner Program and works with Trade Readjustment Allowances (TRA) UI Program
Extensive Career and Training Services
If you need individual help to find employment, improve your earning potential, or have been out of the workforce for a while, you may be eligible for a variety of services, including job search and placement help, career counseling, financial assistance to cover the costs of classroom or on-the-job training, and more with the Adult Program. Contact a career planner to learn if you are eligible.
Connect with the Adult Program:
Program Name/s: WIOA Title I-B Adult Program, WIOA Program
Services for Youth and Young Adults
If you are between the ages of 14 and 24, you may be eligible for the Youth Program. This program can help you reach your educational and employment goals to have a successful start to your career.
Connect with the Youth Program:
Program Name/s: WIOA Title I-B Youth Program, WIOA Program
Adult Educational Programs
If you need assistance getting your high school diploma, GED, a better understanding of English, improving your reading skills, or increasing your computer skills, the Adult Education and English Language Learning program can help. Other services or areas of learning include workplace preparation activities, integrated education and training, civics, worksite literacy programs, family literacy, and instruction for institutionalized individuals.
Connect with the Adult Education and English Language Learning Program:
Program Name/s: WIOA Title II Program, Adult Education and Family Literacy Act Program, English Language Learner Program, Adult Education and English Language Learning Program. ESL and College Readiness, ESL Program
Employment Services for Individuals with Disabilities
If you have a disability that is preventing you from meeting your employment goals, contact the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR). We help people with disabilities find a job, keep a job, or get a better job by working with you, Wisconsin employers, and other partners.
Program Name/s: WIOA Title IV, DVR, Vocational Rehabilitation, Pre Employment Transition Services
Physical Job Center Locations