The Middle Georgia Consortium, Inc. office is open, by appointment only, in response to COVID-19 pandemic concerns. If you need to schedule an appointment, you may call us at (478) 953-4771. We thank you for your patience as we all deal with this pandemic.
The Middle Georgia Workforce Development is operated by the Middle Georgia Consortium Inc. (MGCI). Our website is designed to provide you with pertinent information on the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the services that we and our WIOA participating community partners provide.
The Consortium is governed by our Local Elected Officials (LEO) Board and our Workforce Development Board (WDB) for the ten counties we serve (Baldwin, Crawford, Houston, Jones, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Putnam, Twiggs and Wilkinson). The mission of the Consortium under the direction of the WDB is to develop and maintain partnerships that make employment resources accessible to job seekers and employers. We are committed to building a world-class workforce system designed to meet the needs of our employers and the employment needs of Middle Georgians.
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- 2020-2024 Region 6 WIOA Plan (PDF)
2020-2024 Region 6 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Plan Updated August 1, 2022
- Regional Career Fair, August 31, 2023 (10am to 2pm) (JPG)
We are thrilled to unveil a special occasion: Regional Career Fair hosted by WorkSource Middle Georgia in collaboration with Central Georgia Technical College and Peach County Schools. Please mark your calendars for August 31, 2023, from 10 am to 2 pm, as we gather at the Peach County Regional Workforce Development Center at 425 James E. Khoury Drive, Fort Valley, GA, 31030.
This event is a prime opportunity for your esteemed organization to engage with a pool of highly skilled candidates from the local community actively pursuing employment opportunities. Anticipate a diverse assembly of job seekers from various sectors, encompassing business, technology, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and more.
During this event, your organization can engage with job seekers, delving into your available positions and desired candidate qualifications. Furthermore, you can cultivate connections with fellow employers in the vicinity, opening doors for potential collaborative ventures.
We extend an invitation for your presence at this remarkable event. Kindly RSVP by August 25, 2023, to confirm participation and secure your booth space.
Click link below for employer registration
Please don't hesitate to contact us for any queries or additional details; firstname.lastname@example.org.
We greatly appreciate your consideration and eagerly anticipate participating in the job fair.
- Babel Notice (PDF)
Notice that WorkSource Middle Gorgia/MGWIB will provide information about the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the application process to you in your preferred language at no cost to you.
- Temporary Work Experience For Ages 18 and Older (PDF)
Temporary Work Experience for Workers 18 and Older Who Have Been Laid Off Due to COVID-19! To Apply: For More Information Contact Either WorkSource Middle Georgia at (478) 953-4771 or WorkSource Macon-Bibb at (478) 216-7492!
- Learning Alliance Career Exploration Fair, November 16, 2022, 11AM - 4PM (PDF)
Learning Alliance is a Tampa, Florida based training provider offering fiber optic installation training in the wireless telecommunications industry for Tower Installers, Wireless Installers, and Fiber Installers. This training will allow participants to obtain multiple industry recognized certifications.
- Equal Opportunity Complaint & General Grievance Policy and Procedure (PDF)
EEO Policies and Procedures for Applicants, Participants, Employees, Contractors, Service Providers and Other Interested or Affected Parties.
- EEO General Complaints Acknowledgement Form (PDF)
EEO General Complaints Acknowledgement form that WIOA enrollees are required to sign acknowledging receipt of EEO General Complaints.
- El formulario de reconocimiento de las quejas generales (PDF)
EEO General Complaints form (Spanish Version) that WIOA enrollees are required to sign acknowledging receipt of Equal Opportunity Complaint & General Grievance Policy and Procedures. (Forms)
- Eligible Training Provider Policy and Procedures (PDF)
Procedures used in determining initial eligibility to provide occupational skills training by training providers who are not automatically eligible to provide training under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
- WorkSource Middle Georgia/MGWIB PY2020 Year In Review (PDF)
Number of customers served and the dollars spent during the PY2020 Program Year.
- PROJECT NURTURE - Become a Teacher! (PDF)
Join Project NURTURE and fulfill your dream of becoming a teacher. This is a federal grant opportunity funded through Middle Georgia State University to promote teacher preparation and readiness. *This is a federal grant opportunity funded through Middle Georgia State University to promote teacher preparation and readiness. To begin your journey, contact Dr. Kim Gray at Kimberly.email@example.com call 478-955-7161
- Does Knowlege Management Still Matter? (PNG)
The Middle Georgia State University Association of Information Technology (AITS) student organization and the Middle Georgia State University College of Computing - Department of Information Technology will join with the local chapter of the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, Inc (ISC2) to offer the first coffeehouse series lecture at the MGA Warner Robins Campus Walker Auditorium. This live event will be streamed via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m. Dr. John Girard, Peyton Anderson Endowed Chair and Professor of Information Technology will speak on "Does Knowledge Management Still Matter?" in today's society.
- Frito Lay - Various Full Time Positions with Great Benefits! (PDF)
Frito-Lay is now offering rewarding and important work that will make a positive impact for those in need across the country and beyond. We are doing our part to help keep the food supply chain running smoothly, and we need your help! A great opportunity if you’re looking for work during this challenging time. Make a difference while earning competitive pay and benefits!
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