What is FoodShare Employment and Training?
Wisconsin’s FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) program is a no-cost program created to provide FoodShare members with the opportunity to gain the skills, training, and experience needed to improve their employment prospects.
Career Skills Training
Maybe it's a dream you've always had. Or maybe you're not sure what you'd like to do. You'll find a world of choices. We all have our own individual skills and strengths - we'll help you identify yours, and career choices where you can best put them to work. When you've decided on a path to pursue, you'll receive the specialized training you need to get there.
Education opens doors. At ResCare Workforce Services, you have an open door to services ranging from getting your GED or your High School Equivalency Diploma, to learning basic computer skills or improving your English. Not to mention free access to ResCare Academy, offering more than 4,000 career enhancement courses, specialized training for more than 100 different industries, and Certificates of Completion needed for others.
Job Readiness & Placement
Success in the workplace requires more than just having the skills for the job. It means communicating with coworkers and customers, developing solid work habits, and performing like a pro. You’ll have those skills, too. You’ll hit the job market with resume in hand and confidence in your heart. And when you do, ResCare placement services offers you options from soft skills training sites to full-time employment opportunities.
Sometimes you need more than education and training to put your game change into play. It could be help with childcare, transportation, special requirements for particular careers, or a variety of other job-readiness details. We’re here to help you take care of all that, too. We don’t want anything to stand in the way of achieving your dream. Below you'll find the many ResCare FSET Supportive Services that can smooth your career path.
Job Retention Services
Okay, you did it. You worked hard, landed that job you had your eye on, and life’s a whole new game. That doesn’t mean we’re no longer here for you. Staying in the game is just as important as getting there. That’s what our Job Retention Services are all about. We’ve got your back. Not just for any bumps in the road you may run into, but ways to continue to move on and up in your career. Once we’re a team, we're always a team.
TPP Funding Partners
What is the FSET Third Party Program Funding?
The FSET Third Party Program Funding is an opportunity for community organizations, businesses and technical colleges additional funding and allows them to expand their resources.
Services could include: HSED or other educational degrees, customized trainings, certifications
Here is what some of our partners are saying about TPP:
“Working with ResCare to access FSET Third Party Project (TPP) funding has been an excellent experience for our organization. The application process and funding period requirements are straight-forward and supported by ResCare staff. Most importantly, this funding creates life-changing opportunities for area residents. The expansion of YWCA Southeast Wisconsin’s lauded 5.09 HSED program to Racine was made possible, in large part, to TPP funding accessed through our partnership with ResCare. ResCare has then been able to offer their participants a high success educational option. Truly, TPP funding is a win-win. We’re grateful for the opportunity.”
Jennifer de Montmollin
Chief Program Officer
YWCA Southeast Wisconsin
“WRTP/BIG STEP’s partnership with Rescare has had a positive impact on the clients we serve coming through our doors and connecting to their career pathways. Clients are able to gain access to supportive resources such as bus tickets, gas cards, clothing, protective gear and more while they are entering into pre-employment or pre-apprenticeship training. These resources and opportunities greatly help them as they make their next steps towards their career.”
WRTP/BIG STEP - Milwaukee
“Literacy Services of Wisconsin values our third-party partnership with ResCare. LSW is committed to adult education and appreciates the support that our ResCare collaboration provides to our organization and our students. With our partnership, we have been able to support students beyond the academic focus of our mission and help bridge gaps in accessing additional resources that address direct barriers to completing a high school credential. ResCare caseworkers work directly with our staff to make sure there is a seamless transition from the onset of referral throughout a participant’s completion of an HSED. Adult literacy is vital to the process of improving workforce opportunities in Wisconsin.”
Holly McCoy, MA
Literacy Services of Wisconsin
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Kenosha County Job Center
8600 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha, WI 53142
Racine County Workforce Development Center
1717 Taylor Ave, Racine WI 53403
Walworth Job Center
400 County Rd H, Elkhorn, WI 53156
Workforce Development Center
892 Main St Ste G, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Workforce Development Center
5555 W Highland Rd Room A100, Mequon, WI 53092
Workforce Development Center
2200 Green Tree Rd, West Bend, WI 53090
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