WIA Eligibilty Determination

Specialists will help you to discover the opportunities for which you are eligible.

Youth (In-School)

  • 14-18

  • Must meet low income guidelines

  • Deficient in basic literacy skills

  • Homeless/Runaway/Foster child

  • Offender

  • Requires additional assistance in completing an education program or securing and holding employment

Youth (Out-of-School)

  • 19-21

  • Must meet low income guidelines

  • School dropout

  • Deficient (Basic skills)

  • Homeless/Runaway/Foster child

  • Offender

  • Requires additional assistance in completing an education program or securing and holding employment

Adults

  • 18 + yrs old

  • Priority given to customers with low income

  • Customers unable to obtain employment using WorkForce Center self-directed resources

Dislocated Workers

  • Those affected by a plant closesure or a significant industry downsizing

  • Has been terminated or laid off, or who has received notice of termination or layoff

  • Was self-employed as a result of general economic conditions or a natural disaster

  • Displaced homemaker

  • Customers unable to obtain employment using WorkForce Center self-directed resources.