Northeast Indiana Works provides a number of services designed to help individuals improve their future by increasing skill levels and earning power.
Northeast Indiana Works, through WorkOne Northeast, offers a variety of free workshops to assist people in searching for jobs or enhancing their skills.
The workshops include:
- Resume Development
- Organizing a Successful Job Search
- Interviewing with Confidence
- Computer Basics, Word and Excel
WorkOne Northeast offers free training programs that guide people in moving forward with their careers. Services may include preparation for High School Equivalency (HSE) exams, financial assistance for college tuition, and short-term certification training for in-demand jobs. The short-term classes can be completed in just four to sixteen weeks and include instruction in such areas as:
- Industrial Maintenance
- CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining
Next Level Jobs
Under the state’s Next Level Jobs initiative, free training is provided to working-age Indiana residents in the state’s highest demand jobs. These jobs are in sectors such as advanced manufacturing; building and construction; health and life sciences; information technology and business services, and transportation and logistics. Click here to learn more.
JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE and CAREER GUIDANCE
WorkOne Northeast can provide job leads that match people’s skill sets. We also help people identify careers that best align with their interests and aptitudes. To help with job searches, WorkOne Northeast provides access to computers, the internet, fax machines and printing. We also help you navigate IndianaCareerConnect.com, help candidates prepare for pre-employment assessments, and help those who are eligible access unemployment insurance income support during their job search.
Veterans come first at Northeast Indiana Works and WorkOne Northeast. That means they are first in line for services, and given access to job information listed on IndianaCareerConnect.com 24 hours before the jobs are posted for the general public. Veterans also benefit from veteran-specific career planning sessions. Learn more about veterans services here.
trade adjustment assistancE
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program was created to provide benefits and support to workers who become unemployed due to the impact of international trade. The TAA program seeks to provide U.S. workers who are adversely affected by trade with the opportunity to obtain the skills, resources, and support they need to become reemployed. An adverse effect includes a job loss or threat of job loss. Learn more here. Watch a video here.