KANSASWORKS is the state’s public workforce assistance system and exists to help you increase your skills, search for opportunities and find a rewarding job or career. With 26 Workforce Centers around the state, two Mobile Workforce Centers and a number of online services, the KANSASWORKS team is here to help you find success.
KANSASWORKS services include help creating and posting resumes, accessing critical educational and training opportunities, assisting with interview and salary negotiation skills and performing advanced job searches.
Kansans with disabilities have access to a number of services and resources that help eliminate barriers to education, training and employment.Learn More
Veterans, transitioning service members and their families can access vet-specific resources and benefits in the state of Kansas without having to navigate multiple state agencies. This includes employment, education and other support resources.Learn More
Kansans age 55+ can access employment placement services and work-based training opportunities.Learn More
Job seekers can earn while they learn by taking advantage of opportunities for permanent, full-time employment.Learn More
This program combines classroom studies with on-the-job training in skilled professions such as construction, healthcare and the culinary arts.Learn More
Individuals receiving Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income benefits are eligible to work again without risking cash or medical benefits through the Ticket to Work program.Learn More
Lose your job due to foreign trade? TAA-certified workers may be eligible for training, job search and relocation allowances, income support and other services.Learn More
Participants in this program receive the technical education and training necessary to move into high-demand jobs in sectors such as manufacturing, information technology and industrial maintenance. Participants who successfully complete the training are guaranteed an interview with a participating employer.Learn More