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Job seekers who are having a difficult time finding employment may benefit from Hub Cities Intensive services provided by the Adult Division. These services offer a more individualized type of assistance to help you reach your goal. We can also work with you to determine if you need additional support, such as transportation assistance. Whether you are looking for a new job, want to change your position, or looking to advance in your current career, our services may be just what you need to help you. You will, however, need to see if you are eligible to receive these services before you can get started. You can drop in and visit our office to start a job search and see if you qualify.

You can also check online by clicking on Eligibility.

Once you are eligible to participate in the program, you can start taking advantage of some of these services, such as comprehensive assessments, career counseling, etc. Training assistance may also be available, including skills training, on-the-job training, entrepreneurial training and adult education. Our services don't end once you find employment. You will be transferred to the Employed Customer Assistance Program, where our staff will contact you every three months for a year to make sure that everything is going well at your new job and see if you need any additional assistance.

Learn more about our many services available by visiting the following links:

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Hub Cities, a WIOA financially assisted program/activity operative, is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.