Job Programs

WIA Adult Program

Individuals 18 years and over have to meet income guidelines to be eligible. This program is designed to assist eligible persons in achieving their career goal.

For more information contact your local Career Center.


WIA Dislocated Worker Program

Those eligible for dislocated worker services include workers permanently laid off from their job due to a workforce reduction, business closures or farm failure, displaced homemakers including military service members or military spouses. Services include:

  • Assessment of education, experience, and skills to determine marketability to the desired workforce area.
  • Assistance with basic education skills or a General Equivalency Degree.
  • Classroom training provides the classroom or vocational training necessary for laid-off workers to re-enter the workforce in a new occupation.
  • On-the-job training to provide laid-off workers the opportunity to train for a new job while working and earning a paycheck.
  • Job development and placement are provided to help laid-off workers find employment in high demand occupations.
  • Counseling to help workers overcome the trauma of job loss, loss of health care and other company benefits, strain of financial obligations, family problems, and uncertainties about remaining in the community.

For more information contact your local Career Center.



South Central Workforcs Investment Board
South Central Workforce Investment Board is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Contact EO Officer Valarie Haring vharing@scwib.org
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