Resource Details


Job Training Programs

Individuals interested in receiving employment and training services through WIOA should contact their local job center ( about eligibility requirements and applying for the training opportunities. Please visit for more information regarding services.


Adult: You may be eligible if you are age 18+, eligible to work in the US, and registered for selective service, if male.

Dislocated Worker: If you're a worker who has been laid off (or notified that a layoff is coming) through no fault of your own. Check out the Dislocated Worker Program for more information:

Youth: Assistance is available to youth who are currently in school, as well as those who are out of school. Eligible youth may include, but are not limited to, individuals who are: homeless, pregnant or parenting, from low-income households, subject to the juvenile or adult justice system, part of the foster care system, persons with a disability, and/or English language learners.

To determine if you are eligible under any of these categories to receive services, contact your local job center and meet with a representative.

Top Benefits

  • Job search assistance
  • Job placement assistance
  • Career counseling
  • Assessment of skills and supportive service needs
  • Development of an Individualized Employment Plan
  • Career planning
  • Financial literacy services
  • Worker training

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