Programs & Partners
WIA - Workforce Investment Act

What is the WIA Program?
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 reformed Federal job training programs and created a comprehensive workforce investment system call the WIA Program. The newly, reformed system is customer-focused and federally- funded with a primary goal of assisting individuals access the tools that they need to manage their careers and attain self-sufficiency through employment. The WIA program also targets assisting U.S. companies locate and hire skilled workers.
Are there eligibility requirements for the WIA Program? Yes.
You may be eligible for WIA services if you meet one of the following specific eligibility criteria:
  • Dislocated workers-Laid off/terminated employees receiving unemployment benefits or have exhausted unemployment benefits.
  • Disadvantaged Adults - low income meeting local guidelines.
  • Youth ages 18-21.
  • Displaced homemakers.

Please note: Along with eligibility you must also meet suitability to receive services under WIA.
To begin our WIA Online Orientation Login.
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WTP - Welfare Transition Program

Who is eligible?
  • You must be a US citizen or a qualified non-citizen.
  • You must be a: Parent or relative caring for one or more children or a pregnant woman
  • Household income and assets must be below certain standards.
  • To become a participant in the WT program you must apply for cash assistance with the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The DCF determines eligibility and awards benefits.

How Can I Apply?
Use DCF’s Online application services called Project Access. To apply, go to:
You may also check the status of your benefits or report changes to DCF at:
To begin our WTP Online Orientation, Login.
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SNAP - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

SNAP works to assist participants in gaining skills, training, experience and/or employment to increase ability to gain self-sufficiency.
SNAP is for those interested in receiving help with your job searching efforts, participating in activities and receiving Food Stamp Reimbursements (FSRs) to help off-set the cost of transportation.
To begin our SNAP Online Orientation Login.
Learn More about SNAP +
Persons with Disabilities

The Disability Navigator is available at the One-Stop Career Centers system to enhance the employability of job seekers with disabilities and to increase the number of career advancement opportunities available to them. Ask our Disability Navigator, about the Ticket to Work Program.
Learn More about the Disability Navigator +
NCPEP - Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program

We help non-custodial parents obtain employment & guide them for the first 180 days on the job! (Family must meet eligibility guidelines)
We Provide The Following Services:
  • Job searching, career planning, & referrals
  • Interview training & resume writing
  • Vocational and educational assessments
  • Guidance on child support related issues
  • Services to help maintain/advance in your job
  • Possible assistance reinstating Driver’s License through the Department of Revenue

Join the Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program
[NCPEP Contact Information]

Native American Programs

Information about employment programs for Native Americans is available through: Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
1341 Cross Creek Circle
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Phone (850) 488-0730
Phone (850) 487-1472
Toll Free: (800) 322-9186
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