UMOS - Building Better Futures
UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations.

Workforce Development

UMOS' Workforce Development Programs are Equal Opportunity Programs.

A PERSONAL STORY

Caitlin is a single mother of a disabled child. Caitlin was struggling financially but never lost her determination to succeed. She was determined to overcome substance abuse and she was determined to earn her GED. She was also determined to become self-sufficient by securing a good-paying job.

Caitlin met with her UMOS W-2 Financial and Employment Planner. She acknowledged her situation, understood what she needed to do, and in the process became her own best advocate. In June, 2014 Caitlin obtained her GED, and obtained full time employment with Express Employment Professionals, earning $12 an hour.

Caitlin is shown here discussing client information with Aida Ornelas, Senior Staff Consultant, Express Employment Professionals.

About Workforce Development

UMOS remains committed to developing and advancing Wisconsin's workforce to meet employer expectations.

UMOS believes a comprehensive approach to workforce development means substantial employer engagement, deep community connections, career advancement, human service supports, industry-driven education and training, and the connective tissue of networks.

UMOS' Workforce Development Division provides a number of programs that operate in Wisconsin and Missouri.