WisCaregiver Careers offers complete funding for course tuition, the state testing fee, and even a retention bonus by connecting you with a potential employer to become certified AND employed. The process is online and free to you. Visit the WisCaregiver Careers website to learn more.
The Department of Workforce Development offers scholarships and financial assistance programs to displaced workers, workers with disabilities, and many others. For more information on their programs, visit the Job Center of Wisconsin Training and Education page.
Founded in 1979, Forward Service Corporation helps low-income adults and youth start their careers. Visit their website or call 608-244-3526 to learn more about their programs and see which ones you qualify for.
UMOS offers assistance for individuals with an agricultural work background. They also have programs for those who are dependents of parents who have worked in agricultural during the past 2 years. These work backgrounds include crops, cannery, dairy, nurseries, poultry, Christmas trees/wreaths, farm animal care, greenhouse, hay bailing or any other related farm work.
Applicants to the UMOS program must be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident at least 18 years of age. For locations in your area, please visit the UMOS website.
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