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 The mission of the Dane County Job Center is to act as a partner in meeting the workforce needs of area employers and to help individuals achieve their career goals and enhance their employment opportunities.

 

Directions and Map
to the Dane County Job Center

For Job Seekers
- jobcenterofwisconsin (job listings)
- Publications
- Job Fairs
- Workshops
- Non-traditional Careers for Women
- Veterans Employment Services

- Veteran Priority of Service
- Job Corps
- On-site Recruitment Opportunities

(United Way 2-1-1)
- Medical, financial, housing, child care, food, and transportation information.

Business Services
- Job Fairs and Business Events
- Recruiting
- Labor Market Information
- List Job Openings on Job
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Partner Agencies located in the Job Center

Other WI Job Centers

Dane County Hours:
M-F  7:45 am - 4:30 pm

Wisconsin Job Service Hours:
M-F  7:45 am - 4:30 pm

Dane County Job Center
1819 Aberg Avenue 
Madison, WI 53704
 

Dane County Department of Human Service - 1-888-794-5556

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - 608-242-4800

Job Service - 608-242-4900

JOB CORPS

Job Corps is a comprehensive career technical training and education program for students ages 16 through 24 who meet the income eligibility requirement.  Established in 1964, Job Corps has trained and educated more than 2 million young people to date, serving approximately 60,000 each year.  Each center offers technical training in a variety of high-growth career areas, such as automotive technician, carpentry, culinary arts, electrical, information technology, office assistant, painting, welding and more.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • 16 - 24 years of age
  • Low Income
  • United States Citizen

Job Corps Centers:

  • Atterbury Job Corps Center, Atterbury, IndianaBlackwell Job Corps Center, Laona, Wisconsin  fffeb
  • Chicago Job Corps Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • Denison Job Corps Center, Denison, Iowa
  • Earle C. Clements Job Corps Center, Morganfield, Kentucky
  • Golconda Job Corps Center, Golconda, Illinois
  • Hubert H Humphrey Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Joliet Job Corps Center, Joliet, Illinois
  • Mingo Job Corps Center, Puxico, Missouri

Program Benefits:

  • Earn your GED, HSED or HS Diploma
  • Driver's License
  • Room, Board and Meals
  • Basic Health and Dental Care
  • Up to $100 Living Allowance per Month
  • Up to $1200 Transitional Pay for Successful Completers                         H
  • Trade Clothes and Clothing Allowance
  • Job Placement Services
  • Transportation to Centers
  • Recreational Activities and Much More...

HOW TO LEARN ABOUT THE PROGRAM

For more information, parents and youth are welcome to attend an orientation session.   You can register for a session by calling: 414-649-9044. 

 

This site updated 12/13/2013.

 

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