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WIOA Informational/Intake Session

From Calendar: Lima Location

Event Description:

WIOA Informational Intake Session

6964 S. Lima Street Centennial, CO 80112

Learn the WIOA process for enrollment and ask questions about the WIOA program at an Informational/Intake Session. Attendance to an Informational/Intake Session is a mandatory step in accessing WIOA services. Informational/Intake Sessions are approximately two hours in length. The first hour focuses on a general overview of WIOA services offered at Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Following a short break, eligible customers are moved on to the intake portion of the presentation, a mandatory part of enrollment. Late arrivals will not be admitted.

During the intake portion of the presentation, eligibility paperwork will be completed and customers will be required to sign a Customer Agreement Contract. Provided all requirements are met and appropriate documentation is provided, it will be determined if customers are eligible for the WIOA Program. Please be aware that eligibility determination for the WIOA Program is not a guarantee of enrollment service or training funds.

If a customer is missing eligibility documentation, he/she will have 7 calendar days to provide it to the Intake Specialist. If required eligibility documentation is not provided within the 7-day time limit, the customer will be deemed ineligible and the file will be shredded. Customers still wishing to enroll in WIOA will be required to attend another Intake Session.

Please only register for ONE WIOA Informational Intake Session per customer at a time. Multiple registrations for one customer will be removed from registration list.

ALL CUSTOMERS MUST BE REGISTERED IN
www.connectingcolorado.com PRIOR to attending
WIOA Informational Intake Session

Customers must arrive 10 minutes prior to the session as seating will begin at 5 minutes prior to the session start time.  Customers will not be allowed into the session after 10 minutes past the session start time.  If you anticipate being more than 10 minutes late please register for the next available session. Review the additional details section below for important information.

Please plan to take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) prior to attending the Informational/Intake Session. You may walk-in and take the Test of Adult Basic Education in our Business Assessment Center (M- F prior to 2:00pm). The assessment takes approximately 2 hours.

 

Location: 6964 S. Lima Street Centennial, CO 80112
Room: WIA Classroom (Building B)
Capacity: 14

Additional Details:
Please Bring the Additional Required Documentation for WIOA Eligibility Determination:

  • Photo Identification Card with a social security card or passport
  • And Or Photo Identification Card with a birth certificate
  • Selective Service Verification for all males born after January 1st 1960, please visit www.sss.gov
  • Veterans should bring DD-214. Veterans receive priority of service in the program
  • Naturalization papers if applicable
  • Contact information including mailing addresses of 3 individuals not living with you
Laid off at no fault of your own or receiving Unemployment Insurance? Please also provide:
  • Letter of Lay Off
  • Notice of Decision and Monetary Determination letter from UI
  • 6-12 weeks of your Job Search Contacts or from Date of Layoff using job search log template

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