Employ Milwaukee’s service area covers Milwaukee County, the most populous county in Wisconsin with a population of 947,735 (U.S. Census 2010 Demographic Profile).
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The Milwaukee Intergovernmental Cooperation Council (ICC) was created pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes 66.0301 and includes the Mayor, Village President, or Administrator from each of the 19 municipalities inside Milwaukee County. The ICC meets to share best practices in delivery of public services, to discuss ways in which to save tax money and enhance services through cooperative efforts, and to discuss and advocate for change in state and federal law that are of common interest to ICC members. Employ Milwaukee is a regular attendee at ICC meetings through the ICC’s role as signatory on Workforce Development Area #2’s Consortia Agreement. To learn more about the ICC, click here.
Employ Milwaukee is working to reach out to all Milwaukee County municipalities to assist with workforce development issues related to employers and job seekers. Employ Milwaukee’s Business Services team attends Chamber of Commerce meetings to listen and respond to employer’s hiring needs, and has hosted job fairs for employers in suburban business/industrial parks. Employ Milwaukee’s Mobile Workforce Connections team regularly visits public venues across the county, including shopping malls and community events, to connect job seekers to the public workforce system.
To have an Employ Milwaukee Business Services team member attend your employer event, call Jose Galvan at (414) 270-1743.
To have an Employ Milwaukee Mobile Workforce Connections team member attend your community event, call Mildred Coby at (414) 270-1772.