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What can we do for you?
Once you have enrolled in the WIOA program, you will be assigned a Career Service Representative (CSR). You will have the opportunity to meet with this person and develop a plan that will help you achieve your goals. Your CSR will evaluate your situation and assist you in identifying any barriers or obstacles that may be standing in the way of your future.

Job Search Assistance
Looking for a job is a lot of work in itself, and our Career Services Representatives (CSR) are here to assist our enrolled customers find a job they will enjoy. CSR's can review your resume, practice and critique your interview techniques, and provide you with job announcements. Our goal is to help you find employment, and we will do everything we can to accomplish this.

Job Announcements
Hub Cities receives new job announcements every day. You can find these announcements posted in our Resource Center. We recommend that you come by at least once a week so that you don't miss out on a great opportunity.

Customers participating in our program may attend HCC's Job Club where they will receive additional job search techniques and job announcements.

Interested to see if you qualify? Click on Eligibility!

Supportive Services
Searching for work can sometimes last longer than you thought or hoped. Since this can be costly HCC gives their customers the opportunity to receive assistance for transportation, clothing, tools and childcare. You may be eligible to receive this assistance if you qualify. Take our online eligibility to find out if you can benefit from our program!

Resource Guide (Community Resources)
Are you looking for other community agencies? Need to know where to go for free or low-cost health care, individual counseling, or assistance with finding low-cost housing? Our online Resource Guide can help you.

Labor Market Information
Are you unsure of what career path to follow? Perhaps you need information that will help you decide on a vocational training. The following links are helpful sites that show you how much money you can earn in a given field. These sites will also tell you what kind of training you need to take in order to work in the field you are interested in. Take our online eligibility to find out if you qualify for our program. We may be able to pay for part of your training.
School Research
Are you interested in going to school but not sure what for? Do you know what you want to study but don't know where to go? HCC offers assistance researching different types of training and the schools that offer those trainings. www.i-train.org is a useful website for finding the school you are looking for.

Training
Vocational Training
If you are interested in attending training to learn new skills or upgrade the ones you currently have, you may qualify to have us pay for a part of it. There are many types of training available; a popular one is the Certified Nursing Assistant training. We work closely with vocational schools in our area that provide this type of training.

On the Job Training
You may also have the opportunity to receive on the job training. We sometimes receive requests from companies who are in need of employees and are willing to train them. If you meet the requirements, you may be able to get paid while you are in training and stay on the job after.

Customized Training
We also offer training that is specific to a particular field. For example, if we have a group of people interested in this same type of short term training (i.e. construction), we can work closely with a school to create a class that will meet a company's needs and will hire you once you complete the training.

Employed Customer Assistance Program
After you find a job, you may find yourself in need of more assistance. This program is available for customers who have found employment and are completing their 12-month follow up. The goal of this program is to assist you to keep your current job and/or advance in your career.

Services available:

  • Transportation assistance (gas cards, tokens, etc)
  • Counseling
  • Referrals to community agencies
  • New employment opportunities
  • Problem solving
  • Assistance obtaining professional work attire

Enrolled in the Employed Customer Assistance Program?
Check the Calendar of Events to see when the next Retention Day is so you can take advantage of this.