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Employee Support

This page provides information and resources to support you professionally and personally. You will find resources on how to write a resume, how to access and apply for healthcare benefits and much more.

Resume Writing

Income Maintenance & Healthcare Resources

  • ACCESS — Apply for FoodShare, Medicaid (BadgerCare+), Wisconsin Shares Child Care Assistance
  • Marketplace — Apply for health insurance through the Marketplace
  • WisCovered — Connect with a health insurance navigator to help you explore your health insurance options
  • Wisconsin Home Energy Plus — Apply for Energy Assistance to pay for heating and electric bills
  • State Life Insurance Fund — Apply for State Life Insurance if your employer does not offer the benefit or you would like additional coverage
  • Wisconsin Child Support Program — Apply for assistance, get forms, and information on your rights and responsibilities concerning Child Support
  • Wisconsin Works (W-2) — Apply for W-2, which is a program that provides employment preparation services, case management and cash assistance to eligible families
  • WETAP (pdf) — Apply for Wisconsin Employment Transportation Assistance Program (WETAP) for assistance getting to work or to post-high school job training or educational opportunities
  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program — Apply for supplemental nutrition if you are pregnant, had a baby in the past six months, are breastfeeding a baby under 1 year, or care for a child under age 5
  • Homeownership and Rental Assistance — Explore resources for homeownership and rental assistance in Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin Senior Employment Program (WISE) — Employment training program for low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55 years and older

Personal Finance & Tax Credits

  • Tax Credits Available — Learn about the Earned Income Tax Credit, the Child Tax Credit, the Homestead Credit, and more
  • How to Manage Personal Finances — Find resources for managing personal finances, coping with unemployment, credit counseling, and avoiding consumer scams

Additional Employment Resources

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