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Workforce Development Resources

For more information about workforce development services for South Central Library System member libraries please see the following PowerPoint, "Workforce Development at Your Library." 

Find a Job

Get Ready to Apply for Jobs

Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Explore State Resources

Explore Job Programs and Community Resources by County

Overcome Barriers to Employment

Resources for Job Seekers

Find a Job

Explore jobs through major job listing websites or find a job based on skills and past experience

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Get Ready to Apply for Jobs

Keep personal information (job history and contacts) in one place and create resumes and cover letters

  • Personal Data Records - Keep personal data (address, job history, and references)
  • Resume and Cover Letter Tutorials (Printable Handout) - Read and watch tutorials on resumes or cover letters
  • Resume and Cover Letter Builders (Printable Handout) - Online tools to create resumes and cover letters
  • Interview Preparation (Printable Handout) - Tips and a worksheet to prepare for interviews 

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Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Learn to apply for Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance and submit required weekly claim forms

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Explore State Resources

Use job hunting tools from Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development and other resources

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Explore Job Programs and Community Resources by County

Locate valuable information such as employment and training programs, transportation, and services available by county

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Overcome Barriers to Employment

Barriers to Employment are life situations or characteristics that keep people from working, here are a few common ones, and resources to help. 

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Click Here for Resources for Job Seekers

Find additional resources other areas of life-related to jobs

  • Computer Skills - Printable Guides and Tutorials
  • Education and Training 
  • Services and Supports - Food, Housing, Transportation, and Healthcare

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For more information or assistance contact: Mark Jochem

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