Children First - a required program for non-custodial parents who are behind in child support payments. Enrollees receive coaching on how to find and maintain employment.
Education and Training - assists customers in need of additional education, training or skills to become more employable. We connect job seekers to in-demand, high-wage career opportunities. Education and training programs include:
- GED/HSED Completion - support and assistance is provided to customers seeking to earn their high school credential. Workforce Solutions pays for testing and assists with continuing education and finding employment.
TechHire - no cost opportunities for young adults ages 17-29 to learn in-demand skills that lead to employment in manufacturing, Information Technology & healthcare - all are high-growth fields. For more information, contact us at 262.638.6701 or email@example.com or visit TechHire online.
Windows to Work - the program promotes self-sufficiency for individuals returning to the community through the development of constructive skills and modification of thought processes related to criminal behavior. On site at Racine Correctional Institution or Sturtevant Transitional Facility, individuals with a felony conviction are provided with life skills, critical decision making and employment search assistance 6 to 9 months prior to release and for up to a year after release.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) - provides employment and training services to adults, dislocated workers (including displaced homemakers) and young adults (ages 16 to 24). Local policy may limit eligibility for intensive training services to public assistance recipients, low income individuals, or other identified target groups. To explore your eligibility for WIOA, complete the Pre-Application Form.
Racine County Workforce Solutions is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.