One-WorkForce TechStars

UMOS’ Technology Training, called the One Workforce – TechStars program, provides advanced training in the fields of web development, software application development, cyber-security, and medical coding – meeting the industry demand for a highly skilled workforce in Wisconsin.

For participants, benefits include a flexible learning environment, virtual training options, access to competitive, industry recognized stackable credentialing, an enhanced portfolio for more marketability, as well as direct connection to potential employers.

Wisconsin Technology Training

Training Format

  • Industry recognized, stackable certifications
  • Individualized support through virtual workgroup sessions

Flexible Learning Environment

  • Both Online and In-person instruction is offered
  • UMOS Technology Training Center access is available at no cost, located at our headquarters in Milwaukee, WI.
  • Online learning can occur anywhere in the State of Wisconsin with an internet connection

Benefits of Training

  • Self-paced
  • No cost to participants
  • Direct connection to potential employers & onboarding assistance

Admission Requirements

  • Do you have an interest in advancing your career in the field of Information Technology or making a career change?
  • Authorized to work in the United States
  • High school or GED/HSED graduate
  • Successful completion of pre-screener
  • Wisconsin resident
  • Veteran/Spouse of Veteran priority for admission
Wisconsin Technology Training

One Workforce-TechStars is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and resources are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Techstars follows the Dept of Labor – Priority of service to veterans and their spouses, and other priority populations, as defined by the Department of Labor

For more information about these services:


Bard Meier, Instructional Coordinator: 414-389-6422

Eduardo Diaz, Business Relationship Coordinator: 414-389-6424

UMOS’ One Workforce-TechStars Program is funded 100% by: 

US Department of Labor/Employment & Training Administration. (The total grant award amount is $3,926,880.)