Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) - Mesa County Workforce Center
512 29 1/2 Road
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
The Career Development Program, also referred to as the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). The Career Development Program is to provide services that prepare individuals for full time, self-sufficient employment.
BASIC SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Resume Assistance
- Job Search Tips
- Interviewing Preparation
- Information on Community Resources and Programs
- Labor Market Information
- Specialized assessment of skill levels and interest
- Individual Employment Plan case management
INDIVIDUALIZED CAREER AND TRAINING SERVICES INCLUDE(program eligibility required):
- Support Services to obtain or maintain employment
- Short-term Pre-vocational Services
- Occupational Skills Training
- On-The-Job Training (OJT)
- Paid Work Experience
Complete the Customer Summary form (available online)and return to the reception desk at the Mesa County Workforce Center. Once we receive your form you will be contacted by a Case Manager with the Career Development Program.
The Career Development Program is not an entitlement program. The application process includes assessment of an individual’s job readiness, financial social and supportive needs, employment and training needs, labor market demand, and potential for successful completion.
- 18 years of age or older (adults) - US citizen or non-citizen authorized to work in the US - Meet Selective Service registration requirements (males only) - Young Adult and Adult applicants may be required to meet Income Guidelines (see income table below) - If seeking Classroom Training, pre-requisites will be required. Your assigned Career Development Case Manager will review these with you.