Madison College's Employment Success Program (ESP), WorkSmart Network and Nontraditional Occupations/Tools for Tomorrow Program can help you engage and recruit a diverse pool of qualified candidates. We work with our business partners to arrange career panels, mock interviews, job shadows, internships and on-the-job training opportunities.
The Employment Success Program (ESP) is funded by a Federal Perkins grant to serve at-risk students experiencing challenges with finding employment by offering ongoing, one-on-one career and employment services.
The WorkSmart Network is a team supported by the Workforce Development Board that specializes in delivering innovative workforce services and solutions to prepare workers for the needs of business and industry.
A non-traditional career is defined as one in which fewer than 25 percent of the workforce is of one gender. For women, many non-traditional careers fall into a few broad categories of jobs, such as skilled trades, scientific/technical and supervisory. And while fewer non-traditional careers are available for men than women, these careers tend to involve education, health and service-related jobs.