WDC Programs and Services
WIOA Adult Training - The Adult Program serves people who are 22 years and older, are legally entitled to work in the United States and have met selective service registration requirements.
WIOA Dislocated Worker - The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Dislocated Worker Program is intended for workers who lost jobs due to plant closures, company downsizing, or some other significant change in market conditions.
SNAP Employment & Training - The SNAP Employment and Training (SNAPET) is a voluntary program designed to assist SNAP participants with barriers to employment.
VIEW Program - The VIEW Program provides employment related services to eligible City of Alexandria residents who are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits from Virginia Department of Social Services.
Rapid Response to Mass Layoffs - Employers who are laying off 50 or more workers are eligible for assistance from WDC through the Rapid Response Program.
Career Readiness Workshops - On-site classroom training is provided for soft-and hard-skill development, typically within an established course curriculum.
Federal Bonding Program - Any job seeker, of legal working age in Virginia, who has a prior conviction - felony, misdemeanor, federal, state or juvenile. This also includes those convicted who did not serve any time.
Youth and Young Adult Public Program
Youth and Young Adult Private Program
Youth and Young Adult WIOA Program
Youth Career Academy
Disability Employment Services
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