JobLINC is the statewide coordination and collaboration of employment and training organizations, workforce development organizations, and other community service providers. The goal of JobLINC is to provide efficient, streamlined access to meaningful workforce development services and information.
At the community level, JobLINC is designed and administered by management representatives of the participating organizations for a particular community. The management representatives group is known in some communities as the Local Management Team; others call this group the Community Management Team. These teams meet periodically to design, plan, and deliver their services in a way that is targeted to the needs of their particular community, and reduces duplication of services by coordinating the delivery of services in the community.
JobLINC providers comprise a wide array of agencies and organizations concerned with the continued development of Montana's workforce, economy, and way of life. Some of the organizations involved with JobLINC are Workforce Services Division, local Job Service Workforce Centers, Chambers of Commerce, educational entities, economic development corporations, Offices of Public Assistance, Rural Employment Opportunities, Human Resource Development Councils, Vocational Rehabilitation, and many more community-based organizations. JobLINC participation is not limited in any way -- Local/Community Management Teams determine the makeup of their community's JobLINC system based on the needs of the community and the availability of services.
You can learn more about JobLINC by visiting any of the service providers in your community bearing the JobLINC logo, or you can click here to search our Community Resources for service providers in your area.