WCI operates a variety of programs that can serve your workforce needs. This flyer gives a brief overview of each program. For more information, please contact (608) 789-5620 or visit www.workforceconnections.org
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides case management and support services to Adults (+18) and Dislocated Workers to get them connected and into employment and training on a career pathway.
Wisconsin Works (W2) provides employment preparation services, case management, and cash assistance to eligible families.
Food Share Employment and Training (FSET) is voluntary, no cost program that helps Food Share members build their job skills and find employment.
Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) places adults 55 years and older in schools to serve as role models, tutors, and friends to children with exceptional needs. FGP provides classrooms with
senior volunteers for children with special needs or who are at an academic or social disadvantage. Volunteers work one-on-one with students serving between 10-40 hours a week in local schools.
The Wisconsin Senior Employment (WISE) provides older adults (55+) with training opportunities and part-time paid work experiences to build work skills and obtain unsubsidized employment.
Emergency Assistance (EA) assists eligible individuals that are homeless or about to lose their home because they cannot afford to pay their rent/mortgage or because of a fire, flood, natural disaster, or energy crisis.