WorkSource Middle Georgia connects job seekers with career opportunities across Middle Georgia by providing them with access to career services, education, and job training. We work to present employers with a pool of skilled local workers to help them expand their teams.
Empowering Job Seekers to Secure Careers. Partnering with Employers to Grow their Teams.
About WorkSource Middle Georgia
WorkSource Middle Georgia actively collaborates with strategic partners committed to addressing our local workforce needs. Our mission involves preparing job seekers and connecting them to opportunities in the Middle Georgia job market. By granting access to top-tier career services, education, and training, we can assist job seekers while at the same time offering employers access to a skilled talent pool.
Our partnership network includes:
- The Middle Georgia Workforce Development Board
- Local and State Government Agencies
- University System of Georgia
- The Technical College System of Georgia
- Businesses situated in Middle Georgia
- Community Organizations
Who Do We Help?
The Middle Georgia Consortium, Inc. is the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant administrator for the Executive Committee of Local Elected Officials (LEOs) and the local area business-led Middle Georgia Workforce Development Board (MGWDB). Baldwin County government serves as our fiscal agent and receives federal funding to support workforce development in our local area which includes Baldwin, Crawford, Houston, Jones, Macon-Bibb, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Putnam, Twiggs and Wilkinson counties.
The Consortium has been assisting Middle Georgians since 1974 and has successfully helped thousands of individuals receive the education, training and support they need to begin successful careers and secure employment in the labor market.
Persons who receive public assistance, considered low-income by set WIOA guidelines, who may be unemployed/under employed and/or possess certain barriers to employment.
Persons who have served in any branch of the military service and are classified as veterans and active duty service members who are separating and transitioning from active military duty.
Dislocated Workers/Displaced Homemakers
Persons who are out of work because of a layoff or permanent plant closing.
Persons who are age 16-24 interested in receiving their GED, post-secondary education, or work experience to help them develop soft skills needed in the work environment.
Workers With Disabilities
Persons who may possess physical or mental limitations to employment.
Persons who have in the past been subject to any stage of the criminal justice system.
Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers
Persons who work in the agriculture industry who have experienced chronic unemployment and underemployment.
I am sincerely thankful for everything WorkSource Middle Georgia has done for me and my family. I am forever grateful!Melissa GodbeeHealth Care | Job Training
I can definitely say that without help from WorkSource Middle Georgia my dreams of becoming an Occupational Therapist would not have been possible.Brook-Lee OldridgeHealth Care | Job Training
Without the financial support from WIOA I wouldn’t have my career today as a Respiratory Therapist. Much thanks and support goes out to this community program.Lathesha BloomHealth Care | Financial Assistance