Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA)
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is the federal program that funds state and local workforce initiatives and provides a variety of job training services for adults and youth. WIOA modernizes and streamlines the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.
Carteret Community College is responsible for implementing the WIOA grant for the Adult, Dislocated Worker and Out of School Youth Programs. Each program is created to allow more flexibility in collaborating across systems to better address the employment and skill needs of employees, job seekers, and employers.
WIOA stresses the importance of education, training, credentials, and skills; helping people with barriers to employment; meeting the needs of employers; increasing the success and economic self-sufficiency of workers; and aligning workforce development with education and economic development.
There are multi-point entry categories for individuals who are interested in gaining employment and/or obtaining a diploma, certificate or degree. Eligibility requirements vary by program.
Let Us Help You Reach Your Goals!
Looking for financial assistance with course fees and/or books? Enroll in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program (WIOA). This is a federally funded program that is intended to assist students entering or re-entering the workforce (i.e. obtain training). If eligible and if funding is available, the program may provide all the necessary assistance for your classes, books and other fees associated with completion of your intended course. Enroll and find your career path today. Young adults 16-24 years old will also have a chance to be placed in a job while they go to school.
07-11-2019 Thursday 10 am – 12 pm, 1 session, Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 221
07-30-2019 Tuesday 4 – 6 pm, 1 session, Wayne West Bldg., Rm. 113
For more information, contact:
Adult Program: Bob Stubblefield, Career Advisor at 252-726-7151 or email@example.com
Dislocated Worker: Theresa Hobgood, Career Advisor at 252-726-7151 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Out of School Youth Program: Merianne Grigoriciuc, Career Advisor at 252-726-7151 or email@example.com