Manages Work Innovation and Opportunity Act
(WIOA) Title I Funding
18+ years old
Veteran preference/males registered for Selective Service
Basic skills or English language deficient
Barriers to employment
Long term unemployed
Title I Funding
Ages 16-24 Out of School Youth (OSY)
Ages 14-21 In-School Youth (ISY)
Males >18 must register for Selective Service
Helps with tuition, textbooks, transportation, housing and more
Senior Community Services Employment Program
Community Services Block Grant
National Farmers Job Program
Core Four Program
Provides “kokua” to Native Hawaiians that are committed to achieving their own potential
Youth employment and training opportunities for Native Hawaiian, Native American, and Alaska Native youth ages 14-24
Take advantage of the Hana Lima Scholarship Program
14 years+ with disabilities to prepare, secure, and maintain employment
Individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities looking to enter or retain meaningful employment
Appropriate and accurate assessment
Title II Funding
Services for adults and youth 18+
Attain GED, Workforce Development Diploma, Substitute Teacher Courses, Paraprofessional Testing, and other DOE certifications
Basic skills or English language classes
Federal Funding Through Perkins IV Act
Develops the academic, technical, and career skills for secondary and post-secondary students through funding support
Supports partnerships among workforce boards, businesses, post-secondary institutions, and a variety of industries
Wagner-Peyser funds will be used for staff training that will increase their capacity to deliver high-quality services to both employers and job seekers.
Career and Technical Education resources were recently accessed to train AJC staff in all counties in the areas of business services and conflict resolution.
Work Keys assessment tools and training to increase assessment and training capabilities with corresponding staff training.
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Requests include finding food, shelter, clothing, financial assistance, childcare, parenting support, elderly care, disability services, and more!
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Working individuals terminated or laid-off
Individuals employed at a facility that will close within 180 days
Displaced spouses of the military or displaced homemakers
Displaced by natural disaster or economic conditions