Working Today, for Tomorrow's Success.
Employ Milwaukee uses a sector-based workforce strategy to connect both the demand (Employer-identified need for skilled labor) and the supply (individuals with varying levels of education, skills, and barriers to employment who desire stable and well-paid employment) sides of the workforce equation. This business-led model identifies and connects employers’ real-time hiring needs with effective systems and partners to screen, match, and secure workers for those positions. Employ Milwaukee receives funding to serve youth, adults, dislocated workers, disabled individuals, incumbent workers, older workers, and individuals with issues related to poverty, substance abuse, lack of education, and other significant barriers to employment.
The Dislocated Worker Program offers assistance to employers and unemployed workers that received a layoff notice.
WIOA is designed to assist residents in getting the training and education necessary to launch careers in local industries.
Mayor Barrett’s Earn & Learn Summer Youth Employment program provides youth and young adults with a specialized, entry-level, eight-week work opportunity.
We offer individualized support to help 16- to 24-year-olds build or find a path to self-sufficiency through the development of job skills and career pathway planning.
Transform Milwaukee Jobs Foster Care offers young adults immediate subsidized employment.
Milwaukee Builds takes an individual with no previous work experience through to full, unsubsidized employability.
YouthBuild is a collaborative partnership that helps prepare young adults for careers and employment in the construction industry.
Career Plus places Career Coordinators in area high schools to directly assist students to link to employment, post-secondary opportunities, and career pathways.
TechHire connects participants to training and well-paying jobs in high-growth sectors like IT and healthcare.
Apprenticeship allows a new hire to earn a paycheck while they will learn the job.
Employ Milwaukee, working with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, is a key member of the Milwaukee Re-Entry Network.
American Job Centers (also known as One-Stop Centers) are designed to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers under one roof.
2342 North 27th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53210
Phone: (414) 270-1700
Fax: (414) 225-2375
Employ Milwaukee is an equal opportunity service provider.