Sheboygan County Job Center
The Sheboygan County Job Center is a public/private venture that combines resources in a one-stop employment and training center for employers, job seekers, workers and students.
Job Seeker Services
We assist job seekers with life long resources. We have the resources to help, no matter what your needs are.
- Career Counseling & Assessment
- Education & Training Services
- Job Search Assistance
- Financial Support Services
- Programs For Specific Populations
• Age 55 & Older
• Dislocated Worker
• Displaced Homemakers
• Individuals With Disabilities
• Low Income Household Member
- Youth Services
We offer employers comprehensive services to meet all hiring needs, as well as provide support to existing businesses.
From our NewsletterMar 11
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Job Center Hours
- Monday - Friday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
- Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Appointments outside of normal business hours are available upon request to meet specialized needs of businesses and job seekers.
Drop-in child care for children ages 6 weeks to 13 years is available to customers at the Job Center on a space available basis. A brief registration is required, contact 208-5893 with any questions.
The Sheboygan County Job Center is committed to providing equal opportunity in all service delivery and prohibiting discrimination based upon protected group status. Equal opportunity in service delivery means: equal access to program services; equal benefits to program services; and equal treatment within program services.
Directions to the Job Center
- From I-43 exit 126
- Take WI-23 East
- Exit onto Taylor Drive
- Take Taylor Drive North to Wilgus Ave
- Turn left on Wilgus Ave., the Job Center is 1/4 mile on the right
Take the Sheboygan Transit System bus to the Job Center the Route-10-Local-Mall bus stops hourly at :35 after the hour at our entrance.
Accommodations and auxiliary services are available for individuals with disabilities (view our Universal Access Workstation). The Sheboygan County Job Center is an equal opportunity service provider.