Adults and Dislocated Workers
Get assistance obtaining meaningful, self-sustaining wage employment through job search assistance and training opportunities provided by a Career Services Specialist
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Youth and Young Adults
Need additional assistance with education, training, or finding a job? WIOA Career Services Specialists are available to help you navigate past obstacles and plan for your future.
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Bay Area WIOA Local Plan
Find out more about BAWDB's plan to help individuals and businesses meet their employment needs in their 11 county region.
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Rural Healthcare Grant
Interested in healthcare? Interested or willing to work in a rural community in the healthcare field? The Rural Healthcare Grant may be able to help you with training funds.
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What We Do

The Bay Area Workforce Development Board, consisting of selected community representatives, develops a skilled workforce by strategically allocating and coordinating resources to address community needs by working through others for the benefit of all.

The Bay Area WDB is one of eleven (11) Wisconsin workforce development areas established in 1998 to address local economic workforce issues.  Bay Area WDB, a non-profit corporation, is the fiscal and administrative agent for funds and programming designed to deliver locally customized job training and workforce development initiatives.

The Bay Area WDB, serving WIOA Title I,  is an Equal Employment Opportunity Service Provider and Employer.

Interpretation and translation services are available free of charge by contacting our EO Officer at (920) 327-8732 or mvaliquette@bayareawdb.org.
Deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired callers can reach us toll-free through the Wisconsin Relay Service (TTY/TDD) at 7-1-1.

Bay Area WDB Guide To Resolution of Grievances & Complaints

Equal Opportunity & Non-Discrimination Statement

Accessibility and Equal Opportunity Information