Good jobs with good pay are available in your area!
Career Solutions career planners can help you qualify for these jobs. Learn new-in demand skills at no cost to you.
How can the Dislocated Worker Program help me?
Services are tailored to your unique needs and may include:
Assessment of your current skills and interests
Help in determining your career options
Assistance in preparing your resume and cover letters
Access to earn-while- you-learn training opportunities
On-the- job training
Tuition assistance for counselor-approved classroom training that supports your career goal
Information and assistance in getting a high school diploma or its equivalent
Referrals to community agencies
How much will the program cost?
There are no fees to you. Dislocated Worker programs are funded by state employer fees and federal funds through the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act.
How do I get started?
The sooner the better! The earlier you begin, the easier your transition will be to your next job. Dislocated Worker Program staff will work with you to create a plan that will put you on the road to a good job.
Visit our contact page and make sure to mention this program in your message.
Or, call or email for more information:
Jeni Pederson, Outreach & Eligibility Specialist