DWFS provides One-Stop Management and Program Operations that coordinate multiple diverse programs and partner resources through creative solutions, customized plans, and collaborative outreach to meet and exceed performance and customer service.
We are customer focused with an emphasis on seamless service delivery, performance excellence and financial integrity and accountability.
Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board
The Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB) is the largest of eleven workforce boards in the state of Wisconsin. A Workforce Investment Board is an appointed body, certified by law, and given the ability to set policy, guide implementation, and provide oversight to the local workforce development system.
MAWIB provides a forum for planning workforce development strategies and is a highly effective and efficient organization focused on coordinating workforce development for Milwaukee County.
The local Workforce Development Board has the key role of providing direction on local strategic workforce issues, identifying local needs and developing strategies to address those needs. The local board is responsible for administering the Title 1 program of the Workforce Investment Act and other workforce programs designed to meet the workforce needs of the area
The Wisconsin Department of Children & Families Partner Training Section is responsible for workforce development and human services training.
PTS strives to provide training appropriate to job function and level of experience throughout the state. Training is developed to meet these varying needs and is provided using a variety of methods that can be accessed either online, via the classroom, or through onsite support.
CareerSource Capital Region
CareerSource Capital Region is the recognized leader for talent creation and connecting work-ready job seekers with diverse and competitive employment opportunities.
CareerSource Capital Region provides a variety of comprehensive employment and workforce services for Region 5, serving Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla Counties.
CareerSource North Central Florida
CareerSource North Central Florida is the career workforce board for Alachua and Bradford counties with career centers operating in Gainesville and Starke. CareerSource NCFL provides services to help employers recruit, train and retain employees and help job-seekers find a job, jumpstart a career and connect with employers.
Gainesville was named the Region of Excellence by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for a Competitive Workforce for its sustained, collaborative approach to economic development through education and workforce development.
Workforce Partnership is committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs of both job seekers and employers throughout the Kansas City area. We have a network of career centers in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties offering professional expertise to employers and job seekers.
Workforce Solutions East Texas
Workforce Solutions Borderplex Workforce Solutions Deep East Texas
The Workforce Solutions East Texas centers are designed to be a one stop access point to a variety of services for both employers and job seekers. We are committed to providing services that are helpful and informative, open to individual needs and that are timely and accurate.
The fourteen counties, which make up the East Texas Workforce Development Area, include Anderson, Camp, Cherokee, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Marion, Panola, Rains, Rusk, Smith, Upshur, Van Zandt, and Wood.
The COWIB sponsors an array of employment and training services in the Central Oklahoma area for young adults (16-24) and dislocated workers who are eligible to work in the United States. The purpose of the Workforce Centers is to help prepare anyone seeking employment to obtain long-term success in the labor market. A wide array of activities, such as workplace essential skills training, educational assistance, work experience and On the Job training opportunities are available at the Workforce Centers.
Workforce Tulsa fuels economic development by connecting businesses with job-ready talent through public/private partnerships.
As a private-industry led board of 50 leaders from around Tulsa, Osage, Creek and Pawnee counties, the Tulsa Area Workforce Investment Board works to ensure that the workforce system - made up of employers, job seekers, trainers and educators, government agencies and non-profits - is operating as efficiently as possible so that limited resources are being utilized as effectively as possible. We know that workforce is one of the most important components of economic development for our area, and we focus on meeting the needs of industry in our market.