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Career services are offered at your local Job Center. Job Centers are facilities that help people connect to education, training, and employment. Services are offered on a walk-in basis and are free of charge. Staff are available for guidance if needed. The Western Wisconsin region has two comprehensive job centers which are located in La Crosse and Tomah. In addition to the services listed below, Job Centers provide access to resources for veterans, families, vocational rehabilitation, older workers, and others. Come in to your nearest Job Center for help finding work, planning a career, getting training, or accessing other needed services. Job Centers offer a range of resources available to job seekers including:

  • Free job-search related computer and Internet access
  • Job Center of Wisconsin employment database
  • Access to labor market information and career exploration resources
  • Resume Software & Typing Tutorials
  • Microsoft Self-Paced Tutorials
  • Fax, copier & phone access
  • Workshops
  • Adult Basic Education through the Technical College System
  • Career Counseling
  • On-Site Recruitments and Job Fairs
  • WIOA Programs - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program services are available for eligible adults, youth and dislocated workers. To learn more about these education, training and career development programs, stop by, call your local Job Center for more information, or click the Job Center quick link to learn more.
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The Western Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and service provider. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Contact Julie Mitchell, EEO Officer for assistance at 608-789-5499 or mitchellj@westernwdb.org.
TTY users call Wisconsin Relay at 800-701-1251 or 711.

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