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Job Training Partners offers a variety of programs and services to individuals wanting to enter the workforce whose career and employment situation is in transition. We offer a variety of programs and services to help individuals identify and meet their career goals.

We have services to assist dislocated workers who are looking to find new employment or transition to a new career. We serve youth who are moving from adolescence to responsible adulthood who are in need of career planning and training. We have services for persons on Welfare that are interested in becoming self-supporting and are looking at career and employment opportunities.

Self-Directed Job Search: A computerized system allows job seekers to view all current job openings listed Iowa with Workforce Development. It also provides links to State of Iowa and Federal Jobs. Internet access allows job seekers to search for employment opportunities and research companies.

Career Planning: Job Training Partners offers comprehensive career planning services. If you are thinking of changing careers, trying to decide which major is best for you, or planning to return to school, Career Planning I will help start the thinking process. Career Planning II is a computer generated assessment which matches you to actual careers.

Resume Development: Customers can use Resume Maker software to create cover letters, resumes and thank you letters. Job Training Partners staff is available to assist customers.

Job Search Information: Job Seeking Skills videos and career information can help prepare job seekers to find and secure jobs.

Training and Testing: Assistance with the cost of training my be available depending on your program eligiblity and individual needs. If you are approved, there may be funds to assist with tuition, books, fees, child care and transportation.

Labor Market Information: Customers can learn about employment trends at local, state, and national levels.

Western Iowa Tech Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other protected basis as defined in Iowa or federal law as amended from time to time in its educational programs, activities, admission procedures or employment practices. Individuals who believe they have been discriminated against may file a complaint through the College's Grievance or Complaint Procedures. Complaint or Grievance Forms and Procedures may be obtained from the WITCC Human Resources Department, Dr. Robert H. Kiser Building, Room A242, (712) 274-6400, Ext. 1220.
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