A team of Career Navigators is dedicated to helping students discover their own unique career pathway and connect¬ing students with the resources they need to achieve their career goals. Understanding that every person has a unique set of skills, experience, values, challenges, and goals, we help develop a career pathway that is customized for each student, which will include a combination of career exploration activities and career education training.
Career Navigators assist students with the following services: career and education guidance, training program placement, one-to-one advising, tuition assistance, transportation assistance, childcare assistance, soft skills development, job placement assistance, and much more.
Call 515-574-1972 for more information.
Website - https://www.iowacentral.edu/businessandcommunity/GAP.asp
Phone Number : 515-574-1972
Address : One Triton Circle, Fort Dodge
Website : http://www.iowacentral.edu
The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides paid community service assignments at local public and non-profit organizations, training, referral to needed services and job search assistance. With updated skills, participants use their community service training as a springboard to permanent jobs with local employers.
Phone Number : 515.573.0072
Address : Three Triton Circle, Fort Dodge
Website : www.experienceworks.org
Contact Person : Employment Training Coordinator
Contact Email : email@example.com
The Fort Dodge Human Rights Commission is a neutral fact-finding agency whose mission is to secure for all individuals within the City of Fort Dodge freedom from discrimination because of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age or mental or physical disability in connection with employment, public accommodations, housing, and credit.
Phone Number : 515.576.2201
Address : 819 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge
Website : http://www.fortdodgeiowa.org
Contact Person : Amanda Holmes
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Goodwill provides both retail and mission services. Mission services in Fort Dodge include the Youth Employment Services (YES), Community Based Employment Services, and the Ticket-to-Work Program. Each program provides employment services to individuals with disabilities
Phone Number : 515.955.4688
Address : 2735 5th Ave S, Fort Dodge
Website : www.goodwillgreatplains.org
Contact Person : Maria Weydert
Contact Email : email@example.com
Individualized services for people with disabilities to help them become employed.
Phone Number : 515.573.8175
Address : Two Triton Circle, Fort Dodge (located in the IowaWORKS building on ICCC campus)
Website : www.ivrs.iowa.gov
Contact Person : Kali Nelson
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Job search assistance, job readiness skills, NCRC assessment, Job training through Workforce Investment Act, placement and recruitment services for employers.
Phone Number : 515.576.3131
Address : Three Triton Circle, Fort Dodge
Website : www.iowaworkforce.org
Contact Person : Lindsay Henderson
Contact Email : email@example.com
LifeWorks Community Services provides residential and vocational services to adults and children with intellectual disabilities and/or mental illness.
Phone Number : 515.576.2126
Address : 1303 A St, Fort Dodge
Website : https://lifeworkscommunityservices.org/
Contact Person : Teresa Naughton
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Proteus provides seasonal farm workers and others with a variety of services that improve their health, education and economic opportunities. Proteus has a food pantry and clothing closet that is open every Monday to the general public.
Phone Number : 515.573.8225
Address : 107 N 7th St, Fort Dodge
Website : www.proteusinc.net
Contact Person : Matt Winkel
Contact Email : email@example.com
Career Planners are here to help you find a career path that best fits your needs and interests. This program is federally funded by the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act. If an individual is eligible, we can help provide a variety of supportive services to help eliminate obstacles an individual may have when finding employment or upgrading their job skills.
WIOA - Youth
Youth: Assists youth ages 14-24 in achieving educational goals and work skills through paid work experience.
Up to 100% of the poverty level or high school drop out.
WIOA - Adult
Increases the employment retention, earnings, and occupational skills of participants through education, OJT & apprenticeships.
Up to 100% of the poverty level.
WIOA - Dislocated Worker
Employment and training services to meet dislocated workers' needs; works with workers and firms facing substantial layoffs; and encourages labor, management and community partnerships with government to address worker dislocation.
No income requirements.
Phone Number : 515-573-2193
Address : IowaWorks: 3 Triton Circle, Fort Dodge, IA 50501 Children & Families of Iowa: 111 Ave. O W, Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Contact Person : Teresa Larson-White
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org