FoodShare Employment and Training Program (FSET)
FSET offers FoodShare members free services to build job skills and find employment. If you need help finding a job or want to increase skills for your current job, FSET may be able to help you.
You can get help with your resumes, interview skills and job leads
through the FSET program. You may also be able to get help you take with
taking classes needed for a GED or ESL, transportation and child care while you look for a job, go to training or go to school.
Ask your FoodShare worker about the FSET services available in your area. FSET is a voluntary program. You can keep your FoodShare benefits even if you decide to end FSET services.
Caretaker Supplement (CTS)
This program is a cash benefit for parents who are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments and who are living with and caring for their minor children. The Caretaker Supplement benefit amounts are $250 per month for the first eligible child and $150 per month for each additional eligible child.
Women, Infant and Children Program (WIC)
If you are able to enroll in FoodShare, you may also be able to get WIC (a special supplemental food program for Women, Infants and Children). Young children and pregnant women may get nutritious food and nutrition and health counseling. To find out more about WIC and other programs, call 1-800-722-2295, go to
Job Center of Wisconsin
Job Center of Wisconsin is available to you. Job Center is the largest source of job openings in Wisconsin. You can visit the Job Center website at
jobcenterofwisconsin.com/. Or, you can use touch-screen computers at your local Job Center. To find a Job Center near you, call 1-888-258-9966.
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