Meet the WorkSource Team

Cara Boyette
WIOA Youth Employment Counselor
Denise Martinez
WIOA Adult Employment Counselor
Penny Newton
Assistant Program Manager WIOA

Work Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)

Who we serve:

You must be:
  • Recieving SNAP or TANF or
  • under-employed or
  • had a reduction in hours or
  • recently laid off.

Types of services and support:

  • Scholarship to assist you in obtaining training for a new career, including:
    • tuition,
    • fees,
    • books,
    • other services.

Contact

Hallie Williams
WIOA Adult Employment Counselor
541-850-4552
williamsh@klamathcc.edu


In Lake County contact:

John Callaghan
WIOA Adult/Youth Counselor
541-947-4607
callaghan@klamathcc.edu

Adult services - work readiness

Who we serve:

Adults over the age of 18.
You must be:
  • Out of work or under-employed and actively seeking full-time employment,
    or
  • transitioning from one job/career to another and requiring vocational training or career education,
    or
  • recently laid off.

Types of services and support:

  • Job search preparation,
  • job related assessments and certifications,
  • job or career exploration, and
  • on-the-job training opportunities.

Contact

WorkSource Klamath
801 Oak Ave
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Phone: 541-883-5628

KCC WorkSource Lake County
513 Center St. #103
Lakeview, OR
Phone: 541-947-4607 Ext. 1422

KCC WorkSource Readiness Center
KCC campus WSTC
Room 838
Hours: Tuesday 10 am - 3 pm
Phone: 541-880-2251

Youth Services - YETI

Who we serve:

Out-of-school youth between ages 16 and 24. You must be:
  • Not attending any school.
  • Not younger than 16 or older than 24 at time of enrollment.
  • One or more of the following:
    • a school dropout,
    • a recipient of a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent who is a low-income individual and is either basic skills deficient or an English language (ESL) learner,
    • an offender,
    • a homeless individual or runaway,
    • an individual in foster care who has aged out of foster care,
    • an individual who is pregnant,
    • an individual with a disability, or
    • a low-income individual who requires additional assistance to enter employment.

Types of services:

  • Tutoring, study skills training, and instruction that leads to completion of a secondary school diploma or GED;
  • paid and unpaid work experiences;
  • occupational skills training;
  • leadership development opportunities;
  • financial literacy education;
  • entrepreneurial skills training; and
  • other activities that help prepare for and transition to postsecondary education, training, or work.

Types of support:

YETI counselors are available to meet potential participants at partner locations to establish rapport and facilitate a warm hand off to YETI services. The YETI youth counselor/coordinator will help applicants obtain needed documentation during the enrollment process as needed.
  • GED, ESL, adult basic education;
  • vocational training;
  • needed documents to seek services or work;
  • transportation; and
  • job-related equipment and clothing
  • tuition, books, and fees.

Contact

Cara Boyette
WorkSource Klamath
801 Oak Ave
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Phone: 541-850-2251
Email: boyette@klamathcc.edu