Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

A collection of resources from Higher and the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) from a 12/16 webinar. You can also access a recording of this webinar at Higher’s webinar archive page.

  • ORR State Letter 13-04: ORR Collaboration with the Department of Labor Click here
  • ORR August 2014 Report: Models of Collaboration between Workforce Investment and Refugee Resettlement Stakeholders Click here
  • Senior Community Service Employment Program (SC-SEP) Click here
  • Finding a One Stop, Workforce Investment Board (WIB) or State WIB Click here
  • Information on Apprenticeships
  • Adult Education and Literacy Act WIA and WIOA Comparison Matrix Click here
  • Summary of Major Policies Included in Title I of WIOA from a Disability Perspective Click here
Please follow and like us:

Free Resources for Jobs, Training, Childcare and MORE

You're InvitedEver dream about free training, subsidized child care, undiscovered computer labs and centralized job listings?

Your local workforce office has all of these and more, but it can be hard to figure out how to access them for our clients and even for ourselves.

Higher’s next webinar on Tuesday, 12/16 will help you figure out how to turn that dream into tangible resources you can use.  Click here to sign up.  You’ll:

  • hear easy steps to start making connections with your local workforce center
  • learn about new opportunities created by the first federal workforce legislation in more than a decade
  • meet new Higher partner, NAWDP, whose leadership will be the keynote presenters at the webinar

Learn more about what’s already happening to deepen this important connection for us in a previous Higher blog post.

Please follow and like us:

Higher Webinar: Overview of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

You're InvitedNew Workforce Legislation Creates Opportunities for Us!  Sign up today to find out how.

Learn about WIOA, the first new workforce legislation in more than a decade, and the new opportunities it creates for us to develop stronger linkages with American Job Centers around the country.

Keynote presenters from the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) offer decades of workforce development experience and will include practical tips you can use to begin building stronger connections to the workforce center near you.

Learn more about what’s already happening to deepen this important connection for us in a previous Higher blog post.

 

 

Please follow and like us: