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Workforce Development & Training

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program (WIOA) is a federally funded program that provides a variety of classroom and on-the-job training programs. The program serves adults, dislocated works and youth.  

To receive service from WADI you must live in Edwards, Wabash, Wayne, Hamilton, Gallatin, Saline or White county. Other eligibility criteria may apply. 

 Eligible participants may receive:

  • Tuition payments for approved training programs
  • Book payments
  • Child Care
  • Travel Reimbursement
  • Purchase of uniforms and tools
  • Other services necessary for program participation

WIOA In-School Youth Program

Serves income eligible youth who are ages 16-24 and enrolled in secondary or Post Secondary school, need help with basic skills or score below 8.9 in reading and/or math assessment, and who have additional barriers to employment including but not limited to being a teen parent, an offender, a foster child or a youth with a documented disability.

WIOA Out-Of-School Youth Program

Serves young people ages 16-24 who are no longer attending a secondary or Post Secondary educational facility and includes drop-outs or graduates who need additional assistance to obtain or retain employment. 

WIOA Adult Program

Serves individuals 18 years old and up with on-the-job or classroom training in order to secure employment. Applicants must be willing to actively seek employment to participate in the program.   

WIOA Dislocated Workers Program 

Serves individuals who have been laid-off from their jobs to obtain the training necessary to re-enter the job market. Classroom and on-the-job training are available. Services are available to “Displaced Homemakers” who have been unemployed and dependent on the income of another but are no longer supported by that income. In addition to spouses of dislocated workers, this can also include those affected by divorce or death of a working spouse and spouse of the Armed Forces on active duty or member of. 

Please contact your local WADI office for more information:

Edwards County
334 Industrial Ave, Albion IL 62806
By appointment only call (618) 262-4151
Career Planner:   Nelda Booker
 
Wabash County
119 W. 12th St, Mt Carmel IL 62863
(618) 262-4151
Career Planner: Nelda Booker
 
Wayne County
2004 W Delaware, Fairfield IL 62837
(618) 842-2962
Career Planner: Paula Black
 
White County
110 Latham, Enfield IL 62835
By appointment only call (618) 842-2962
Career Planner:  Paula Black 
 
Saline County
14 Veterans Drive, Harrisburg Illinois 62946
(618) 252-2680
Career Planner: Bruce Baldwin

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