Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board: Job Center to re-open July 6

The Rock County Job Center will be re-opening to the public starting July 6. This means that walk-in customers will be accepted, although a mix of in-person and virtual services will continue. Job Center services are provided to assist individuals in finding new employment and accessing benefit and workforce development programs.

Access to Job Center partner services will be available to support customers with in-person services such as online job searches, Job Center of Wisconsin registration, résumé writing and other career development activities. 

According to SWWDB CEO Rhonda Suda, the safety of Job Center employees and customers remains a top priority, and employees will continue to follow local safety guidelines and take necessary precautions. SWWDB will offer those services along with other options, such as WIOA, FSET (Foodshare), Manpower job location assistance, work readiness training, apprenticeship training, occupational skills training, Trade Adjustment assistance, WISE (older worker assistance), Ticket to Work, referrals and many other offerings.

According to SWWDB CEO Rhonda Suda, the safety of Job Center employees and customers remains a top priority, and employees will continue to follow local safety guidelines and take necessary precautions. This applies to both the Rock County Job Center as well as SWWDB’s Platteville office and its Monroe, Dodgeville and Richland Center offices. Suda said that virtual services will continue as appropriate to the needs and requests of customers. Persons having any questions or needing further information on Job Center Services should contact the center’s One-Stop Operator Casey Dobson at (608) 741-3507 or email [email protected].