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Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas Receives Grant through Midwest Urban Strategies
The grant will support the expansion of services to persons reintegrating after incarceration in three
communities: Wichita KS, Kansas City MO, and Pittsburgh PA
Workforce Centers of South Central Kansas, including Wichita, Butler and Sumner Workforce Centers, will be closed to the public through July 31, 2020, but will continue to offer virtual services during this time.
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WICHITA, Kan. – For the fourth consecutive year, Bank of America is supporting the Workforce Alliance Youth Employment Project (YEP). This year, Bank of America has given a grant of $50,000 to assist young adults in finding their first job or work experience opportunity.
The Workforce Centers of South Central Kansas will close July 3 and resume virtual services July 6.
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WELLINGTON (June 5, 2020) —The Sumner County Workforce Center will reinstate in-person services on June 8, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sumner County Workforce Center closed to the public in March 2020 and began providing all workforce services to employers and job seekers through online platforms, telephone contact, and virtual communication.
EL DORADO (June 3, 2020) —The Butler County Workforce Center will reinstate in-person services on June 8, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Butler Workforce Center closed to the public in March 2020 and began providing all workforce services to employers and job seekers through online platforms, telephone contact, and virtual communication.
The Wichita Workforce Center is currently accepting appointments for in-person services including resume and job search assistance, pre-employment assessments, skills training program eligibility and enrollments, and access to computers and on-line job postings. The hours of operations will be Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Fridays from 9:00 am to Noon. Appointments can be scheduled at workforce-ks.com/book-an-appointment/ or by calling 316-771-6800
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The government has incentives for small business owners who want to avoid laying off staff.
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Common inquiries in regards to Unemployment Benefits
Despite the economy being set back due to the interference from COVID-19, some companies are in desperate need of workers.
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