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EQUIPPING PEOPLE. GROWING BUSINESS. STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY.

The Workforce Investment Network (WIN) is a community resource that prepares job seekers for jobs and helps connect them with employment opportunities in Memphis, Shelby County, and Fayette County. We identify and pre-screen qualified talent for local businesses, and in some instances provide grants to employers to help defray the cost of training their workforce.  We provide job seekers with a variety of services, such as assessments, resume development, job search assistance, and when a job seeker is suitable and eligible we help fund the job skills training needed to find and keep a good job. Working together, we can make a difference-for our residents, for our businesses, for our community.

Business Services

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A Vital Partner to Business

WIN offers a variety of services designed to help employers attract and retain qualified employees.

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Job Seekers

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Help Finding a Job

We can help prepare you for a good job.

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WIN Recruits

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Join the Job Search

Upload your resume at WINrecruits.com to be considered for employment opportunities.

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Youth Services

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Preparing for the World of Work

Career-building advice and services for people between 14 and 21 years of age.

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Workforce Investment Network and Southwest Tennessee Community College is hosting:

1-Day Event - The Industrial Readiness Training Participant Recruitment Events - September 27, 2014, from 9 am to 3 pm.

(Two Locations)

WIN Downtown - 480 Beale Street, Memphis, TN 38103

SWTCC - Whitehaven Center Campus, 3035 Director's Row, Bldg 6, Memphis, TN, 38131

For more information, please see our page about the Industrial Readiness Training & upcoming events. 

This event is in partnership with Workforce Investment Network, Tennessee Career Center - American Job Center, Southwest Tennessee Community College and Tennessee's Community Colleges.

 

Jobs are available for skilled workers! If eligible, you could receive free training and earn valuable credentials to help land in-demand jobs in the health technology sector. WIN is working with the Bioworks Foundation to use a technical skills grant to provide free training and job placement services for long-term unemployed or underemployed workers. Find out more about this great opportunity by contacting Lori Ross at 901-636-7954.


Notice to companies interested in On-the-Job Training (OJT) contracts: WIN will now review OJT contracts on a quarterly basis only. Deadlines for each quarterly review of applications will be as follows: January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st.  For questions or more info about this process, please contact Melanie Winfield (melanie.winfield@workforceinvestmentnetwork.com), WIN's Deputy Director of Operations. 

 

WIN staff has compiled a comprehensive list of all of the training providers and the WIA-funded programs they administer. Please follow this link to access the document. 


Information and documents for the WIA training provider approval process are now available on our website. Please click here to access the information and required documents. 
 

RFPs, RFQs, Bid Specifications, and other procurement documents are now available on our RFPs, RFQs, & Procurement Info page. Current documents include bid specs for a contract to assess the ability of eligible LWIA 13 participants to succeed in healthcare-related training and professions, and bid specs for certified training for participants in the YouthBuild program.