Workforce Supportive Services (WSS)
WSS is a robust employment program that provides:
- Transportation assistance for employment and training
- Employment referrals
- Assistance with online applications
- Barriers to employment (workforce cards, uniforms, licenses, etc.)
- Vocational/educational training opportunities
- Birth certificates & ID assistance (employment-related purposes only)
Program funded by Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
If you are looking for support with education and training to achieve your work goals
If you are looking for support with new employment
Send completed applications to email@example.com
We are excited to launch the Workforce Wednesday initiative as part of the Workforce Supportive Services program to help individuals recover after the impact of COVID-19.
Workforce Wednesday aims to give job seekers a leg up in the hiring process by providing insights that would not usually have from an employer. Employers and educators will be sharing details about their company, the hiring process, and job requirements. EOB will help you be prepared before you even apply. We will work with you to ensure your resume is strong, training is completed, and work cards are obtained.
Next webinar on May 19 at 11 AM.
Cultural Diversity Foundation & Affordable Computer Training
April 7 - CQES, Center for Quality Eldercare Services
Learn more about CQES, which offers training for personal care attendants (PCA), direct care workers/caregivers, and medical technician training. Students can get trained in as little as 3-6 days. Overall employment of home health and personal care aides is projected to grow 34 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.