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Non-Classroom Positions

Apply/Contact Robbins Flooring for more information on these positions.

Call: 715-602-5841
Text 715-216-8997
Office: 747 Bissell Street, White Lake, WI 54491

Employment Assistance

Job Center of Wisconsin

Job Center of Wisconsin has suspended Tuesdays at the Antigo Public Library for assistance with resumes, job searching, interviewing, and unemployment. Call Audrey at 715-679-5518 or 715-409-1040 or email for information and to set up a virtual appointment.

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Forward Service Corporation 

Forward Service Corporation is available for job assistance by calling their office at (715) 623-2176.  Forward Services can also assist people in resume writing, interview skills, computer skills, job retention strategies, searching for a job, and assisting parents with children. The Langlade County Forward Service Office offers W-2 and WIOA programs.  All people looking for a job are welcome to stop in.

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SER - Jobs for Progress

SER-Jobs for Progress National – Senior Community Service Employment Program or SER SCSEP is a federally funded paid job training program that serves individual 55 years of age and older. The purpose of the program is to assist mature workers in gaining experience to help them increase employability. Applicants must be 55 years of age or older, unemployed, and in need of training to help them increase their employment prospects.  To learn more about SCSEP download their flyer, visit their website, or contact Employment and Training Specialist for Langlade County, by calling 715-362-0300.  The Northwest WI office for SCSEP is located in Rhinelander at 51 A Brown Street, but they are willing to meet in Antigo.  Call to set up an appointment.

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Handshake is a statewide employment resource for WI technical college students and alumni. The site allows students and alumni to search for employment and internship opportunities, connect with employers, complete job applications, and view upcoming campus events. The Handshake website provides several benefits for its stakeholders.

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FSET is a no-cost program that helps FoodShare members build their job skills and find jobs. As a volunteer, you can choose to be part of our program and receive help with a variety of services including – Job Search, Job Preparation, Job Skills course, GED/HSED Classes, Direct Employer connections, and Certification Programs.  If you take part in FSET activities, you may be able to receive help with transportation costs (such as gas cards or bus passes), work-related clothing, approved childcare. emergency housing assistance, education costs, and more.  We cannot wait to have you as our customer! See you soon!

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Transitional Jobs by UMOS

Transitional Jobs by UMOS helps participants gain the skills and experience they need to succeed in the labor market. Call TJ Northeast Office at 414-588-7126 if you are unemployed to find out more and to set up an appointment!  Download the Langlade County flyer by clicking here for contact information.  You may be eligible for a $2,500 Job Transition Stipend.

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Work Permits

Obtain a work permit online from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development by clicking here. If you need assistance with applying online, the Boys & Girls Club of the Northwoods can assist.  See below for times and locations. 

Work permits can be obtained at the Boys & Girls Club of the Northwoods Teen Center during the following hours and locations. 

School Year

Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 pm at the Teen Center

Friday 3:30 to 5:30 pm at the Main Boys & Girls Club building

Summer - call ahead to make sure that one of the two people that can issue a work permit is around.

9:00 am to 5:30 pm at the Teen Center

Teen Center 

622 5th Avenue

Antigo, WI 54409


Main Club 

411 Superior Street

Antigo, WI 54409