Inventory of Talent Related Initiatives and Resources, Momentum West
Momentum West in accordance with Initiative 2.4 is seeking to raise awareness among job seekers about local openings and among employers about job search practices through creating an inventory of talent related initiatives and resources.
JA Career Fair
Occurring multiple times throughout the year, JA Career Fairs allow students to learn from local professionals about the world of work as well as about jobs that are available within the area.
JA It’s My Future
This program through Junior Achievement offers practical information about preparing for the working world. Students explore potential careers, discover four factors to consider in choosing a career, and recognize basic job-hunting tools.
Job and Support Services for Under-Represented Groups, Momentum West
Momentum West in accordance with Initiative 1.4 is seeking to provide job and support services targeted to traditionally under-represented groups.
Job Center of Wisconsin
The Job Center of Wisconsin is a website implemented by the Department of Workforce Development.
Junior Achievement’s mission is to give young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices.
L.E. Phillips Career Development
The mission of the Career Development Center is to provide meaningful and appropriate vocational services and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities or disadvantages by being a viable business enterprise.
Life Without Limits
Life Without Limits helps prepare young adults with disabilities for life after high school graduation.
Literacy Chippewa Valley
Literacy Chippewa Valley teaches students and trains volunteers to teach reading, writing, match, computer skills, work skills, GED and citizenship using evidence based teaching methodology
Pablo Center at the Confluence
The Pablo Center has a workforce pillar implemented through its Education and Outreach Taskforce. The task force seeks to help support existing workforce programs by hosting them at the Pablo Center.
Project SEARCH is a business led collaboration that enables young adults with disabilities to gain and maintain employment through training and career exploration.
RealCareers, Workforce Resource
Weekly training has hands-on activities and real-world applications on 20 different soft skills, from communication and interpersonal skills to time management and responsibility.