Workforce Services

At any WIN Job Center, Job Seekers can:

  • Use the Resource Room which provides computer access, information on job search techniques, and various other opportunities to search for and apply for jobs
  • View local, regional, and national job openings
  • Find out what occupations are growing, what training is required for those occupations, and what they pay
  • Get help with assessing their current job skills, setting career goals, and planning a pathway for meeting those goals
  • Develop and post resumes and complete job applications
  • Learn what job training programs are available and, in some cases, get assistance with paying tuition and other training costs
  • Earn a National Career Readiness Credential, a nationally recognized certificate that can improve the chances of getting a job
  • Sign up for and have access to Smart Start, an internet based program for enhancing basic job skills

At any WIN Job Center, an Employer can:

  • Receive help to fill their labor needs
  • Post job openings
  • Screen applications and resumes
  • Interview applicants
  • Find out about training programs and their graduates
  • Learn about On the Job Training wage reimbursements for hiring new workers
  • Learn about the availability of skilled workers within the local labor force

WIN Job Centers can work with Economic Developers to:

  • Meet the needs of new or expanding business
  • Provide prospective employers with demographics regarding available labor force and skill types
  • Assist employers with training needs for new employees

Job Seekers can access many services on-line:

  • Apply for Unemployment Insurance benefits
  • Search for jobs
  • Search local labor market information
  • Look at various training programs for which tuition assistance is available

Employers can access many services on-line:

  • Post job openings
  • Search for potential employees
  • Invite individuals to apply for their job openings
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