Dislocated Worker/Adult/Senior Services
Services are designed to help you gain employment or enhance your current employment situation. Whether you are a recent graduate, a laid-off worker, a senior adult (55+), or an underemployed or unemployed adult, our employment case managers can assist you to enter a new career or find employment.
WIOA Dislocated Worker:
- Has been laid off or terminated at no fault of their own
- Has been laid off or terminated, as a result of permanent closure of, or substantial layoff at a plant or facility
- Was self-employed and now unemployed because of a natural disaster
- Was self-employed, but is unemployed because of general economic conditions in the community in which he or she reside or because of a natural disaster
- Is a displaced homemaker
- A veteran who has been discharged or released from active duty under conditions other than dishonorable within the last 36 months and is one of the following:
- employed in a job verified to be below the skill level and earning capacity of the veteran.
- A veteran who is leaving active duty status of the National Guard or Armed Forces Reserves, for reasons other than dishonorable discharge, and meets one of the following conditions:
- the veteran no longer has a civilian job upon his or her return;
- the civilian job still exists but is no longer appropriate because of the individual's increased skills obtained in the military, leaving the individual essentially underemployed;
- the civilian job still exists but pays less than eighty percent (80%) than the military paid the individual during the time of active service.
- At least 18 years of age and income qualified
Services for Dislocated Work and Adult Services Include:
- Career Planning
- Skills Assessments
- Job Seeking and Job Maintaining
- On the Job Training Opportunities
- Skills Updating
- Tuition assistance for training in a new career
- Assistance with obtaining a GED or High School Diploma
- Support to aid in job search and training activities
- Referrals to other agencies to find other assistance
Senior Adult (SCSEP):
- Programing for low-income adults aged 55 and older. These employment services are a community services and work-based job training program for older Americans. ICCC is proud to offer these services in Red Lake, Pennington, Polk, Clearwater, Roseau and Lake of the Woods counties.
- Skills Assessments
- Development of an Employment Plan
- Work Experience and On-the-Job Experience
- Job Search
- Job Placement