- State Government
- Education and Workforce Development
Reserved for Energy
The WIOA Adult program provides services through the American Job Center Network, also known as one-stop career centers or workforce centers. Basic career services are available to all job seekers and include labor exchange services, labor market information, job listings, and information on partner programs. Training and supportive services, such as child care and needs related payments, are made available to individuals after an interview, assessment or evaluation determines that the individual
requires training to obtain employment. These training services will be linked to job opportunities in their communities – which may include opportunities related to infrastructure occupations.
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Services are designed to meet local needs and may vary from state to state. Some services have eligibility requirements; be sure to check with your local American Job Center for details.
States should e-mail all submission questions to Janice Sheelor, Grants Management Specialist, at Sheelor.Janice@dol.gov. The email must reference the specific Funding Opportunity Number, and include a contact name, email address, and phone number.