What is the Workforce Training Academy?
The Workforce Training Academy (WTA) empowers you to move toward a better paying job in industries that are in need of qualified employees:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Skilled Trades
No matter what prior education, even if you need help with the first step of earning your high school diploma or HiSET (high school equivalency exam) - WTA provides opportunity to get from wherever you are now to a promising career that provides a living wage and prospects for advancement.
Pathway Navigators Help You Find Your Way
WTA offers participants support through our Pathway Navigators to help with concerns that may come up while you are in school.
Steps to Success
If you're willing to put in the work needed to find a better career for yourself and your family, WTA will help you every step of the way. We offer everything you need to move from unemployed or underemployed into a job that pays a living wage and has room for advancement.
Click here to see our step-by-step guide to starting your career.
WTA Career Readiness Class
Helping our students discover their career pathways is not all that we do. Through career transition coaching, we help students clarify the vision and direction they want to pursue. Our Career Readiness Class focuses on our students being prepared to excel in skills that are essential to job success, including: Professionalism/Work Ethics, Teamwork/Collaboration, Problem-Solving and Communication skills. In addition, we help students create or update their resumes, cover letters and follow up correspondence. We help prepare students for different interview formats and offer suggestions on how to improve their interviewing style. They will have the opportunity to sharpen their interview skills by participating in video mock interviews or industry related mock interviews.
Do you receive food assistance?
If you receive food assistance you may qualify to participate in free training. The program was developed to help you learn skills for in-demand jobs that pay a higher wage.