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Back to Work 50+ Workshop

AARP Foundation launched BACK TO WORK 50+ to provide unemployed older workers with tools and coaching resources to help them compete confidently for today’s high-quality in-demand jobs. Foundational to its success is a nationwide network of community partners who implement Read More

Resume Workshop – Wyandotte County

Workforce Partnership can guide you in developing a resume and creating a job search strategy. Join the next Resume Workshop at the Wyandotte County Workforce Center to learn what it takes to separate yourself from other applicants. &nbsp Where: Wyandotte Read More

Resume Workshop – Johnson County

The Workforce Partnership Resume Workshop will help you create a resume that stands out from other applicants. Join the next Resume Workshop at the Johnson County Workforce Center to learn how to develop a high quality resume and job search Read More

Talent Support Network

Workforce Partnership strives to connect employers to talented job seekers and job seekers to high-quality employers. The Talent Support Network allows you to build your network regardless if you are an employer or a job seeker. We discuss important job Read More

Job Corps

The Job Corps program provides career training for qualified candidates between the ages of 16 and 24. The program helps young adults complete their high school education, trains them for meaningful careers, and assists them with obtaining employment. Participants can Read More

Mature Workers Roundtable

The Mature Workers Roundtable provides both a network for job seekers age 50 and up and information about the AARP Foundation’s Back to Work 50+ Workshops. This is a fantastic opportunity to understand the modern job search process and learn Read More

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Project Orientation

The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Orientation provides tools to be successful in today’s workforce, information about training opportunities (classroom and work-based), high-demand careers, and assessment services. Call or visit your local workforce center to learn more about the program, Read More