American Job Centers

A One-Stop Shop for your Workforce Needs

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American Job Centers provide businesses and job seekers with access to employment and training services. American Job Centers bring together various organizations and agencies, both public and private, in one place for the benefit of both employers and job seekers. Resources may include workshops and classes, resource rooms with computer and Internet access, labor market information access, and referrals to additional services and programs. Find an American Job Center near you.

American Job Center Services & Resources

Resource Rooms

If you’re looking for resources, information and tools to help you with your job search, stop by the Resource Room within your local American Job Center. You have free access to computers with Internet, printers, fax machines, phones, and other useful employment materials to help you in your job search.

Workshops & Classes

Choose from a variety workshops and classes to help you tune up on skills or prepare for your job search. Most workshops are free and just require pre-registration. Topics include: resume and cover letter preparation, interviewing and networking to find employment, basic computer skills, money management and more.

Job Search Help

Current employment opportunities can be accessed online at or via job listings and catalogs at your local American Job Center.

Career Exploration and Labor Market Information

Access current labor market information, such as industry trends, wage rate data, occupational information, employment statistics, employer locator tools, and available training and apprenticeship programs across the state. You can also access Wisconsin labor market information online at WORKnet, Wisconsin’s workforce and labor market information system.

Special Services through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

Additional employment and training related services are available to individuals that meet certain eligibility guidelines of WIOA. Services can include job search assistance, individual career guidance and counseling, labor market information, training and skill upgrades and more. Contact us to learn more .

American Job Center Partner Agencies

The South Central Wisconsin American Job Center System is a partnership of government agencies and community-based organizations with a common goal: to make our communities a better place to live by improving job opportunities through economic support, training, and education. Representatives at your local comprehensive American Job Center can connect you with partner resources including:

  • Adult Basic Education (ABE) and Technical College services (WIOA Title II)
  • BadgerCare
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
  • Emergency, Housing, and Child Care Assistance
  • FoodShare
  • Human Services
  • Job Corps
  • Migrant Worker Programs
  • Native American Programs
  • Older Workers Services
  • Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Veteran Services
  • Wisconsin Works (W-2)
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Programs for Adults, Dislocated Workers and Youth (WIOA Title I)
  • Workplace Skills Centers
  • And other programs depending on location