SE Wisconsin Career Expo To Be Held May 22, 2013 at UW-Parkside
Racine County Workforce Development Center (WDC) with their Regional Workforce Partners and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) invite job seekers and employers to register for the Southeast Wisconsin Career Expo, scheduled for May 22. The event will be from 12-4 p.m. at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside’s Sports & Activity Center. ... read more from the Journal Times and the Career Fair flyer!!
Youth CNC BOOT CAMP To Begin This Summer
County Executive James Ladwig has announced the formation of Youth Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Boot Camp. “Racine County is excited about this program”, said Ladwig. “We need to look at manufacturing in a different way, to fill the skills gap that exists, and train young people to find high quality, good paying jobs.” ... read more - NEW - Deadline has been extended to June 7, 2013!
Industrial Machine Repair Bootcamp
We are pleased to announce that applications are now available for the fourth Industrial Machine Repair Bootcamp. This training is a partnership with the Racine County Workforce Development Center and Gateway Technical College, designed to meet the needs of employers within the region. The Industrial Machine Repair Bootcamp is an intensive 20 week training program and is designed for participants to gain the necessary skills to qualify for an entry level Industrial Machine Mechanic position. ... read more
Tri-County Workforce Development
The Tri-County Workforce Development Board announces its intent to revise and update the Workforce Investment Act Training (WIA) Plan that identifies employment and training programs funded by the WIA in the Tri-County area consisting of Kenosha, Racine and Walworth Counties. All programs are provided through Job or Workforce Development Centers in the three Counties. ... read more
Great Teachers Forum
What happens when teachers are given the opportunity to discuss their exceptional programs with business leaders? In Racine, Wisconsin, the result is called A Great Teachers Forum -- an opportunity for real dialogue about how K-12 education can collaborate with business to help ensure that students will be career or college ready. Watch a video of the forum