Child Development

The UMOS Child Development Division provides safe, nurturing, and high-quality, early childhood education programs with school readiness at the heart of everything. UMOS believes that the parent is the child’s primary educator. The Child Development Division is comprised of Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and Migrant Child Care.
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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.

Social Services

UMOS’ Social Services Division programs complement other UMOS divisions and programs by taking a holistic approach in removing barriers that impede personal and professional goals.

The Social Services division is comprised of eight components: UMOS Latina Resource Center’s domestic violence, sexual assault and supportive services, Farm Labor Housing, Human Trafficking, HIV Testing, Prevention and Counseling, the Wisconsin Hispanic/Latino Tobacco Prevention Network, Home Energy Assistance, Community Learning Center and the UMOS Food Pantry.

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