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Workforce Investment Act

The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program provides assistance to students who are economically disadvantaged, educationally disadvantaged, underemployed and /or dislocated workers who meet residency requirements. Funding may be available to cover costs of tuition, fees, books, uniforms, equipment, required physical examinations, child care, and transportation. WIA Program staff are available to assist students with career guidance/exploration, academic performance assessment, and job search assistance. Individuals who have post high school training may not be eligible for WIA services, but are encouraged to contact the WIA representative to learn specific details of the program.  Interested persons should contact Student Affairs for more information.

The WIA Representative on campus at SWGTC is:

Larry M. Russell
Case Manager
Workforce 44
WIA Area 17

Monday through Thursday
Southwest Georgia Technical College
Office located in Student Affairs
229-225-5065 Phone
229-227-2666 FAX

Fridays
Thomasville Skills Center
403 North Broad Street
229-225-3913 Phone
229-227-3225 FAX
lrussell@colquittga.org

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