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Governor Kelly Releases Kansas Broadband Digital Equity Plan for Public Comment Governor Laura Kelly today announced the Kansas Digital Equity (DE) Plan for high-speed internet connectivity is available for public review and comment. While the recently announced Broadband Equity Access and Deployment (BEAD) Five-Year Action Plan outlines the state’s plan to provide access to high-speed internet, the Digital Equity Plan focuses on specifically connecting users. Governor Kelly Celebrates Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses Governor Laura Kelly joined the Kansas Department of Commerce for the 38th Annual Minority and Women Business Awards Luncheon at Townsite Tower in Topeka. The luncheon, hosted by Commerce’s Office of Minority and Women Business Development, recognizes minority- and women-owned businesses from across the state and is part of Kansas Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week. Governor Kelly Announces Recipients of More than $500K in Registered Apprenticeship Grants Governor Laura Kelly today announced a total of $528,478 has been awarded by the Kansas Department of Commerce to eight entities across the state for projects that will attract and retain employees and build the state workforce through registered apprenticeships. Virtual Job Fair to Highlight Hundreds of State Agency Opportunities Jobseekers are encouraged to attend the upcoming State of Kansas Agencies Virtual Job Fair from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 27. This month’s virtual fair, hosted by KANSASWORKS, will feature many exciting employment opportunities available across the state’s 98 government agencies. Currently, there are more than 700 vacancies across the state. View All


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KANSASWORKS Mobile Workforce Center

Providing services in regions that lack a permanent workforce center or face unusually high demand for workforce assistance


James McCoy, KansasWorks Mobile Center Manager

(785) 235-5627

[email protected]


Joseph “Joe” Walter, Program Consultant 1

(785) 625-5654

[email protected]

KANSASWORKS is proud to own two Mobile Workforce Centers with services similar to what you might find in all of the brick and mortar Workforce Center locations across the state. 

Both KANSASWORKS Mobile Workforce Centers feature: 

  • Computer labs
  • Internet access
  • Appropriate staff numbers for event volume
  • ADA compliance

Coming to a town near you! Find out where the Mobile Workforce Center is headed next

The Mobile Workforce Centers allow KANSASWORKS to provide workforce services in regions of the state that lack permanent workforce center offices or face unusually high demand for workforce center assistance due to mass layoffs, business closures, natural disasters or demographic shifts.

KANSASWORKS personnel accompany the mobile center and are available to provide career counseling and resume assistance. The Mobile Workforce Center can also be used throughout the state for job fairs, career development workshops, tutorials, skills training and other employment services. 

The Mobile Workforce Center may be scheduled for:

  • Assessments and skills training
  • Job search assistance
  • Job fairs, trade shows and online applications
  • Workforce services to rural communities and remote locations
  • National or state disasters or emergencies
  • Mass layoffs or business closures

Funded in full by USDOL

The KANSASWORKS Mobile Workforce Centers may be deployed at no cost for qualified events.

Book the Mobile Workforce Center for your event or area today!

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