Please view the following Orientation Video to learn more about what the centers offer. After watching the video, please follow the steps below it to identify the opportunity that is best for you.




If you do not have a VAWC file:

  • Click “not registered” link
  • Click “individual”
  • Create a unique username and password. Fill in required (*) fields.
  • Click on “To build a resume” link.

If you have a profile and know your Username and Password:

  • Enter your user ID and password
  • Click “Sign In” button

If you have a profile but do not know your username and password:

  • Click “Forgot Username and Password” link
  • Select Option 3 to retrieve both
  • Select Individual
  • Fill in required fields and click “verify”
  • Your username should appear. Create a password and select a security question to answer
  • Click “Save”
  • Click on Individual Profile (left side of web page)
  • Click on “Personal Profile”
  • Select General Information Tab to update your personal information. Click “Save”
  • Click on Background Tab
  • Click on Start Background Wizard link to enter pertinent information
  • Click on Resume Builder (under QUICK MENU on the left side of the web page)
  • Choose Comprehensive Format (preferred method for job matching)
  • Click “Job Search” (left side of web page)
  • Complete search criteria if needed
  • Click “Search”
  • Click “Job Title” link for job description. Click on “How to Apply For This Job” link to obtain information on how to apply for job


Enrollment priority is given to veterans and qualified spouses, then to individuals who are over 65, have a disability, have low literacy skills or limited English proficiency, reside in a rural area, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, have low employment prospects, or have failed to find employment after using services through the American Job Center system.


  • Adults must be over 18 years old, a US citizen or eligibility to work in the United States.
  • At times priority funding is given to adults with employment barriers.
  • Qualifying barriers may include low income, basic skills deficient or offenders.

Dislocated Worker

  • Workers that have been laid off, terminated or otherwise become unemployed, and is eligible to receive unemployment insurance
  • Workers impacted by layoffs or business closures
  • Workers impacted by foreign trade, migrant and seasonal farm workers and veterans.
  • Out of school Youth ages 17-24 that have at least one barrier to employment.
  • Barriers to employment include a low income, basic skills deficiency, foster child, school dropout, pregnant or parenting, homeless, runway, or ex-offender.
  • Individuals that have served at least one day of active duty
  • That have been discharged with anything other than dishonorable

Individuals must be at least 18 years or older unless released from compulsory attendance, then individuals can be accepted at 16 or 17.

  • Individuals with documented disabilities with the desire to work are suitable for services.
  • Priority given to individuals with the greatest needs

Participants at least 55 years old, unemployed, and have a family income of no more than 125% of the federal poverty level.


This is a federally funded program, the assessments, suitability and eligibility will determine if the training is a fit for each individual. To include, if the industry is in High Demand. Due to the limited of funding a priority of service is in place to justify the need for training.

Depending on the commitment from each applicant completing the process in place. Registration with VAWC, taking assessments, completing WIOA application and eligibility documentation with staff. Expected time frame of 1-2 weeks to determine eligibility.

Intake forms are reviewed by staff member team and then applicant will be contacted by staff for assessment and/or eligibility documentation.

Everyone can receive basic employment services, but individualized services will not be guaranteed, it will be determined by the applicant’s needs, if there are any barriers to employment and priority of service in place. Priority of Service in place is depending on Veteran status, Spouses of Veterans, Public Assistance, Place of Residence, and Education Functioning Level (EFL) and/or Basic Skills Deficiency (BSD).

Interested in Services?  Have Additional Questions?

Please don’t hesitate to contact us!  A staff member will reach out to you to provide more information.