Students studying in ESL class

Workforce 

Our Workforce programs help you get the training and assistance you need to find work or re-enter the workforce. See the programs below to find out what might be available to you.

Are you looking for a job? Not sure what career fits best for you? Nervous about that interview?

Check our Job and Career Connections page.

Are you unemployed, underemployed, a dislocated worker, separated veteran or soon to be?

Learn more about Worker Retraining.

Do you receive TANF?

WorkFirst provides assistance to families that are currently receiving WorkFirst-Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance.

Are you applying for/receiving SNAP (also known as food stamps, Basic Food or EBT)?

The BFET program may be able to help you apply for food or childcare benefits while you are in school.

Could your household income be considered low income?

Opportunity Grant Scholarships help low-income students enrolled in approved career training programs pay for tuition and books.