Saturday, November 01, 2014

Stand out from the crowd!  Currently available jobs that prefer or require an NCRC certificate. … read more

Practical tips for getting and keeping a job!  Visit the WDC or browse this website to connect with helpful resources.

Job Seeker Services

Looking for employment or a professional career in Racine County?  Visit the Racine County Workforce Development Center and take advantage of the many no-fee services that are offered to assist you with your employment search.

Job Seeker Workshops
In excess of 35 workshops on job search techniques, career development, personal growth, skills training, entrepreneurial and small business development are available at the Workforce Development Center at no cost.  We recommend that every customer attend the Workforce Development Center Orientation Workshop, held every Monday from 1 - 3:30 p.m., in Racine.  This valuable workshop provides job seekers with "take-aways" regarding successful job search techniques and career objectives and includes a tour of the Workforce Development Center and its many valuable programs available to job seekers. ... read more

Visit the Workshop Schedule page to find out more about the workshops that are offered and to signup for one!

National Career Readiness Certificate
Stand out from the crowd! Earn a National Career Readiness Certificate, Wisconsin's work-readiness certificate.   Currently available jobs that prefer or require an NCRC certificate. … read more

Veterans Services
As a result of your service to the country, eligible military veterans may be entitled to specialized services. Many of these services can be accessed at the Racine County Workforce Development Center. ... read more 

Eligible veterans and their spouses are also eligible for Priority Services for employment, training and placement services that are funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. ... read more

Looking for other services?  Check out this list or visit other pages to learn more about WDC no-fee services:

Business Services

Our mission is to provide workforce recruiting, training and retention services to assist Racine County employers with sustainability in the global marketplace.  Our experienced staff delivers a broad variety of services related to employment and training. Ongoing contact with area businesses frequently enables our Business Consultants to suggest additional expertise available through partner organizations.  We are your link to many local organizations who provide a variety of business resources.  If we don’t provide the service you need, we’ll link you to the organization that does.

Consulting by Business Services is at no-charge unless otherwise indicated.  

Visit the Business Services section of this website to learn more about our services.  Visit other sections of the website to find out about other services offered for Job Seekers by the Workforce Development Center.

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News & Announcements

Applications Available for CNC Boot Camp
10/14/14 - Racine County Executive Jim Ladwig announced today applications are once again being accepted for the CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Operator Boot Camp Program.  Applications are available at the Racine County Workforce Development Center located more
Manufacturing Month Employer Panel Discussions Throughout October
9-17-14 - Racine County Executive Jim Ladwig announced that October has been designated as Manufacturing Month in the State of Wisconsin.  "Many opportunities for good paying and challenging careers exist in our dynamic manufacturing industry, said more.
Manufacturing Month 2014: Discover Career Opportunities
8-21-14 - RAMAC supports and thanks all of the businesses and organizations that are working hard to publicize and promote the job opportunities offered by our local manufacturers during Manufacturing Month.  On Oct. 3, the nation will celebrate America's Manufacturing Heritage. read more
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