What is KANSASWORKS?
KANSASWORKS is the brand name for the statewide, public workforce system established through the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and includes multiple service locations:
• More than twenty Workforce Centers
- single point of entry to a network of
employment, training, and educational
• Two Mobile Workforce Centers
- one state-operated; one locally-operated
• Numerous Virtual Service sites
- cutting edge, high-definition videoconferencing
• Online at KANSASWORKS.com
- free, self-service job matching system for
jobseekers and employers
Kansas is separated into five local workforce investment areas—each with a local workforce investment board and one-stop operator responsible for workforce center operations. The Kansas Department of Commerce Workforce Services Division administers state-level programs and the state workforce investment board—the KANSASWORKS State Board.