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Education and Training Services

Education and training has been shown to increase the earnings of workers, whether it be an industry-recognized credential, associate’s degree, some college, or a bachelor’s degree.  Below are education and training resources that range from acquiring a high school diploma to obtaining a university degree.

For those who did not complete high school, a General Educational Development (GED) or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) may be required by employers.

Youth Apprenticeship gives high school students an opportunity for work experience in conjunction with classroom instruction.

Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through vocational and academic training.

The Wisconsin Challenge Academy is an alternative education program designed to reclaim the lives of at-risk youth and produce graduates with the values, skills, education and self-discipline necessary to succeed as adults.

Registered Apprenticeship combines paid on-the-job training and specialized classroom training. There are over 250 apprenticed occupations.

Wisconsin Colleges and Universities

Dislocated Worker Programs help both workers and employers when staff reductions, business closings and mass layoffs occur.



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