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Maui American Job Center Partners

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Goodwill Industries Hawaii

Manages Work Innovation and Opportunity Act
(WIOA) Title I Funding

  • Adult 

  • 18+ years old

  • Low income

  • Veteran preference/males registered for  Selective Service

  • Basic skills or English language deficient

  • Barriers to employment

  • Long term unemployed


Title I Funding

  • Youth

  • 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

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Work Innovation and Opportunity Act
Title I Funding
  • WIOA is legislative reform of the public workforce system that improves job and career options for job-seekers throughout our country.

  • WIOA supports a job-driven public workforce system that seeks to link talents in the community to local businesses.

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc

Title I Funding

  • Senior Community Services Employment Program

  • Community Services Block Grant

  • National Farmers Job Program

  • Core Four Program

  • B.E.S.T Program

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Alu Like, Inc

Title 1, USDOE and
Private Grant Funding

  • 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

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 (DVR) Vocational Rehabilitation

Title 1-B Funding

  • 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

McKinley Community School for Adults

Maui Campus
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

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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

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

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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.

For example:

  • 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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Aloha United Way
211 Operator
  • 2-1-1 is Aloha United Way's free and confidential statewide helpline connecting individuals and families with resources and information.

  • 2-1-1 specialists can search through over 4,000 government and nonprofit services and programs to find the information and resources you need.

  • Requests include finding food, shelter, clothing, financial assistance, childcare, parenting support, elderly care, disability services, and more! 

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HireNet Hawaii
  • HireNet Hawaii is a complete set of employment tools for job-seekers in Hawaii. Search for a job, create a resume, explore my next move.

  • If you are looking for employment, career guidance, résumé or letter-writing assistance, training/education programs, benefits information, or information on employers.

  • If you are looking for industry information, labor market information, job applicants for your business, or want to post job openings online.

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Dislocated Worker Program
  • 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

Our Community Partners

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