Virtual Orientation: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), through state and local Workforce Development Boards, provides access to education and workforce services for eligible veterans and individuals with significant barriers to employment—individuals with disabilities, out-of-school and at-risk youth, and other populations—designed to help individuals succeed in the labor market and help match employers with the skilled workers they need compete in the global economy. The WIOA Title I Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth programs offer an array of services designed to assist in the process of training for and attaining, life-long career opportunities in high-demand sectors.
To learn more about WIOA Title I career and training services and find out if you qualify watch our Orientation Video.
The Educators Toolkit has been crafted to inform admissions teams, guidance counselors, and other educators regarding the array of resources accessible to qualified individuals. This comprehensive toolkit includes links to paid internships, scholarships for post-secondary education, and connections to Registered Apprenticeship programs.
Link to Educators Toolkit
Navigating the system and discovering a path to a fulfilling career can often be challenging. However, in collaboration with the Northeast Oklahoma Healthcare Advisory Council, the NEWDB Business Team has designed this healthcare roadmap to assist individuals in charting a course toward meaningful and sought-after healthcare careers.