Sheboygan County Job Center - Sheboygan WI

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Adult Basic Education

Adults can review, learn, or improve basic academic skills for employment or educational purposes. Courses are offered in reading, writing, math and computer skills including keyboarding and word processing. Instruction can be a combination of individualized, computer-based, or structured classes, all of which are offered days and evenings. Classes are free of charge; however, registration is required.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship is training that combines structured on-the-job training with related instruction and is sponsored by employers, employer associations or labor/management groups that have the ability to hire and train in a working environment.

Career Counselors

Recently downsized, unhappily working or someplace in between??

The Job Center is here to help.,a Career Counselor will be offering 1:1 meeting times for those seeking work, unhappy in their current role, or unsure about a career path. This will aid your continued career development.

To make an appointment call ELLEN HOPE at (920) 448-6779 Please call ELLEN HOPE, M.S.E, WI Job Service Career Counselor, with any questions or concerns at (920) 448-6779 email: Ellen.Hope@dwd.wisconsin.gov

Dislocated Worker Assistance

There are a variety of job search and other resources available for dislocated workers.

Visit: Dislocated Worker Assistance

English As A Second Language

Adults will learn to speak, read and write in English. Basic employment skills, math, keyboarding, and citizenship instruction is offered. Students learn English in traditional classroom settings and in a computer lab. Classes are free of charge; however, registration is required.

For information, contact: 920-208-5883

GED/HSED

Adults can complete a high school credential by earning a GED or HSED. Instruction can be a combination of individualized, computer-based, or structured classes, all of which are offered days and evenings. Classes are free of charge; however, registration is required. Testing fees apply. Funding assistance may be available through WIOA funding.

For information on GED/HSED education, contact LTC: 920-208-5888

For information on funding assistance for GED/HSED completion, contact Great Lakes Training & Development (WIOA): 920-208-5823

High School Completion Programs

Courses are available to complete the requirements for a high school diploma through this supervised, independent study program. This program is done with the approval/coordination of the student's current or former high school. Registration is required. Fees apply.

Occupational Skills Training

Individuals who need training to acquire new skills or upgrade their current skills may be eligible for financial assistance. Training must be in a high demand occupation and provided by an approved educational institution. Funding is provided through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

Trade Adjustment Assistance

Certified workers who lose their jobs as a result of increased imports or shifts in production out of the United States may be eligible to receive one or more program benefits and services depending on what is needed to return them to employment. Services include reemployment assistance, job search and relocation allowances and training benefits.

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

The WIOA program is a federally funded program that helps individuals with a variety of employment related service related to helping people return to employment, or simply find employment. Some of the services include reemployment assistance, job search, resume writing, career assessments, career consultation, and federal short term and long term training funds when available.

Contact 920.208.5820 for more information about the Sheboygan County Job Center WIOA program.

Workshops

Computer classes and job seeker workshops are available through the Dislocated Worker Center. Call 208-5856 for job seeker workshops.