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.
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.