The Department of Workforce Development offers this comprehensive website for job seekers and employers.
This collection of online resources is your one-stop shop to learn where to look for new job postings, connect with local resources and agencies, and learn how to improve your skills.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has worked with public libraries to make sure this collection is thorough and represents the needs of our communities.
The Department of Workforce Development has created a resources page for information on unemployment and COVID-19. You can visit it here.
Job centers may have different service hours or require appointments due to COVID-19. You can always visit the unemployment website or call (844) 910-3661 for help.
The South Central Library Systems has a collection of resources for job seekers that include job listings, training, workforce readiness and more.
505 Broadway, Baraboo, WI 53913
The Sauk County Job Center offers tools and resources to assist job seekers including: workshops, skills and interest testing, and career advice.
414 Broadway, Baraboo, WI 53913
A non-profit corporation focused on four areas: jobs, education and training, transportation, and housing.
Wisconsin Works (W2) – Wisconsin’s TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families) program provides cash assistance for families, while participants prepare and apply for work.
FSET (FoodShare Employment and Training) – Provides food assistance through FoodShare to families, while participants gain job skills.
Emergency Assistance – Assists families who are in danger of or have had utilities to their homes shut off.
505 Broadway, Baraboo, WI 53913 (Located in the Sauk County Jobs Center)
WorkSmart Network is an employment and training service provider serving Columbia, Sauk, Dane, Jefferson, and Marquette counties. They assist dislocated workers, veterans, and young adults. Programs include job search skills and resume building, referrals to service agencies, and training services.