WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOUr business?The Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board provides regional employers with services through the CEP, Inc. Focused Initiatives Team. Services focus on solutions that meet the current and future needs of a demand-driven workforce system, such as:
Video Conferencing Workshops for employersWisconsin Workforce Development Association (WWDA) has recently created a statewide video conferencing workshop series. NWWIB is offering a workshop for businesses titled "I'm LinkedIn . . . Now What? An Intro to Social Media for Your Business". The workshop will provide attendees with information about choosing the right social media platform for a business and provide strategies and tips to start a successful social media marketing effort. Easy ways to monitor your business and brand and how to calculated return on investment will also be provided. Sites in our region include the Ashland CEP, Inc. Administrative Office and the Spooner CEP, Inc. Office. For more information about this workshop or if you would like to register, please visit www.wwdaanytime.com or contact Melissa Burris at 715-682-9141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPSThe NWWIB is the recipient of Industry Partnership grants in three sectors: Advanced Manufacturing, Bio-Energy, and Health Care. The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development provides these grants so that industry partnerships can form at the regional level to ensure that employers in key industry sectors can connect with each other, identify shared needs of an industry and work with partners to design new systems that will solve the identified problems.
LOOKING FOR A JOB? THINK YOU COULD USE SOME HELP?
Whether you are unemployed, laid-off, or you are looking for a better job, the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board (NWWIB) can be of help. We provide workforce and career development services to residents of the ten northwestern counties. Through our network of partners, job seekers can access services that enable them to gain and retain employment, access high-demand job opportunities, enroll in educational and training programs, and utilize the Job Center System. Our primary partner, CEP, Inc., provides a variety of services for all types of Job Seekers. Learn more about what CEP, Inc. has to offer!
The NWWIB works with our technical college and community partners as well to bring training opportunities to the job seekers and workers in our region. There are often industry specific grant programs to train individuals. Check our News & Events page for announcements of such opportunities.
WORK WHERE YOU PLAY
The Work Where You Play website recruits workers from metropolitan areas to fill job vacancies in highly skilled occupations in northern Wisconsin . The labor shortage the state will face has already begun in northern Wisconsin and will continue over the next decade. State of Wisconsin labor market data indicates that in ten years, 75,000 career opportunities will exist in northern Wisconsin due to the retirement of baby boomers. The website allows job seekers to submit their information and resume which is then networked to employers across the region. The web address for the Want to Move initiative is www.workwhereuplay.com.
Video ConferencinG Workshops for job seekers
Wisconsin Workforce Development Association (WWDA) recently created a statewide video conferencing workshop series. A number of workshops are offered from sites statewide that cover different aspects of the job search about resume writing, interviewing skills, filling out online applications, computer basic classes, and more. NWWIB is presenting a workshop for job seekers titled "Using Social Media to Market Yourself as a Job Seeker". The workshop will show job seekers how to use Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to market themselves to employers. It will explain the different expectations on each site and provide innovative ideas on how to stand out from other social media network users. Regional sites offering this workshop and others are located in Ashland and Spooner. For more information about this workshop and others, please visit www.wwdaanytime.com or contact Melissa Burris at 715-682-9141 or email@example.com.
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