Typical Services Delivered Through Wisconsin Job Centers
  

Typical Services Delivered Through Wisconsin Job Centers

and online using Job Center of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Job Centers help people look for work and offer workshops in job-search techniques like resume writing and interviewing. Many sites offer business services to help employers hire, retain and train workers. Most services are offered on a walk-in basis.

Assistance with job search, job referral, placement, access to training, and supportive community resources is available for job seekers; re-employment services to Unemployment Insurance benefit claimants; and recruitment services for employers with job openings. Assessments may be conducted to test qualifications for some federally funded programs.

On-site resources often include phones, internet access, and resume writing and job search computers. Specialists for veterans, vocational rehabilitation, dislocated workers, older workers, and business services are often available via appointment.

Specialized staff

Specialists for these program areas are available in some locations, and sometimes by appointment.

Resource Room

These resources are commonly available.

  • Telephones
  • Fax
  • Photocopying
  • Computers
  • Video viewing stations
  • On-site Childcare (not available at all locations.)

Job Seeker Services

These can be self-service activities, or services guided by staff.

Finding Work

Planning your career

Getting Skills and Education

  • Receive training in new job skills
  • Improve your current job skills
  • Learn how to start your own business
  • Prepare for High School Equivalency (GED) exam
  • Improve your reading writing and math skills
  • Improve your English skills (ESL)
  • Get information about education and training schools, such as their tuition and success in placing students in jobs

Dealing with a Loss of a Job

Family Resources

Workshops

Youth Services

These can be self-service activities, or services guided by staff.

Finding Work

Planning your career

Getting Skills and Training

  • Learn new job skills
  • Improve your current job skills
  • Learn about the world of business
  • Prepare for High School Equivalency (GED) exam
  • Improve your reading, writing and math skills
  • Improve your English skills (ESL)
  • Get information about schools and training programs

Summer Opportunities

  • Get help in finding a summer job
  • Find out about summer learning opportunities

Community Resources

Workshops

Business Services

These can be self-service activities, or services guided by staff.

Recruitment

Business Resources

Workshops

Wisconsin businesses

Do you have a job opening you need to fill? Post it on Job Center of Wisconsin, and tap into Wisconsin's single-largest source of qualified job seekers.