Oahu WorkLinks Services - for All Jobseekers:
♦ Access to job bank websites
♦ Career guidance and support learning about job skills requirements
♦ Job Seeker Workshops
♦ Access to photocopier, telephones, message center, fax, and assistive technology computer
♦ Library learning center
In addition, there are services just for those who meet these criteria:
♦ You have been laid-off and you are receiving or eligible for unemployment insurance benefits,
♦ or you meet income eligibility guidelines based on your family's income for the past year.
♦ Services include all of the above Oahu WorkLinks services plus -- guidance to services available from our partner programs and tuition assistance for enrollment in approved training programs for high-demand occupations
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NOTE: The services above, are part of the federal "Workforce Investment Act of 1998." In this Act, the federal government organizes these services for adults into two program categories. Here are brief descriptions:
Workforce Investment Act Adult Program
Unemployed adults (age 18+) from low-income families and employed adults who have not achieved self-sufficiency are eligible for training services, in addition to career counseling, case management, and employment and support services.
Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker Program
People who are laid off as a result of business closure or downsizing are eligible for re-training and re-employment services. There are no income criteria for this program.
Please also see other programs offered by the WorkHawaii Division