DWD’s Adult Career Services provides education and training scholarships to income eligible adults. Participants work one-on-one with a counselor to connect with training that leads to occupations in sectors of the economy that have a high potential for sustained demand or growth in our area.
Services may include:
- Short or long term training to acquire skills in a new field
- Funding for tuition, books and fees for skill upgrading and retraining
- On-the-job training
- Explore your skills and connect with training and employment resources
Career Pathways Training
Duluth Workforce Development partners with SOAR Career Solutions, ISD709 Adult Education, Lake Superior College, and area employers to offer a variety of career pathway training classes. These classes teach relevant technical and soft skills, and prepare graduates for immediate entry into employment. Classes are offered at no cost to those who meet our eligibility criteria.
Upcoming Training Classes
- Health Services - September 16-December 7, 2019. Click here to learn more about health services training.
Contact Betsy Hill for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-730-5228.
To see a video about our construction careers training program, click here.
Many career fields are a natural fit for a veteran's skills, experience and disposition, including healthcare. For a guide on making the move from military to a civilian healthcare career view this online guide for student veterans.
For information on Adult Career Services available at CareerForce, visit us at 402 West 1st Street in Duluth or call 218-302-8400.