Farmers have many skills they can use to supplement or even replace on-farm income. The Wisconsin Farm Center can assist in determining how farmers can use these skills and sell themselves to employers, receive up-to-date training in a wide range of areas, and provide information about starting a small business. The Farm Center can help farmers explore off-farm career options, or examine the potential of a small business venture. Farm Center staff also can help farmers or family members find opportunities to update their employment skills, or assist them to locate employers offering on-the-job training.
Job Center of Wisconsin
Provides a listing of open job positions in Wisconsin and provides job services, training and employment assistance.
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Provides job services, training and employment assistance to individuals looking for work and works with employers to find workers to fill current job openings.
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
Encourages the creation and retention of jobs and business opportunities in Wisconsin.
Small Business Development Centers
Funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the centers work with colleges and other agencies to serve as a business development resource.
Offers a wide range of services for people who want to start a small business or assist in running an operation already under way.
Wisconsin Jobs for Veterans
The Job Center of Wisconsin website includes links to employers/resources for veterans seeking new career opportunities.