Economic Development WorkforceINDIANA RIGHT-TO-WORK STATE

Kosciusko County has one of the highest percentage of workforce in manufacturing jobs in America.

On February 1, 2012 Indiana became the 23rd state in the nation and the first state in the industrial Midwest to pass right-to-work legislation.

Employment is on a steady growth trend in Kosciusko County with successful local businesses expanding and new businesses arriving. Click here for the report.

Workforce Training

Indiana WorkOne and Department of Workforce Development
Services and Programs
 
  • Work Keys The Work Keys Program is for both employees and employers. The Employee side helps match an individual and their traits to the correct employment. The Employer side helps the employer define what skills are critical to the company's success.

  • Indiana's WorkOne Portal The WorkOne Portal provides valuable information about WorkOne and its programs. Whether you are looking to improve your job qualifications, explore a different profession, find a new career or hire an employee.

WorkOne Location in Kosciusko County
715 S. Buffalo St.
Warsaw, IN 46580
574/269-3050
Ivy Tech Corporate College

The Ivy Tech Corporate College provides training and education programs

  • Industry-recognized, so your company can compete
  • Affordable, helping you cut costs
  • Customizable, which ensures you get exactly what you need
  • Proven, with satisfied clients ranging from small businesses to global Fortune 500 companies
  • High quality, with instructors bringing world-class experience and insight to your employees
  • Flexible, with solutions for all your employees from front line staff to key executives
Ivy TechIvy Tech Warsaw Campus    (New October 2011)
2545 Silveus Crossing
Warsaw, IN 46582
574-267-5428
 
Orthopedic Advanced Manufacturing Center (OAMTC)
955 Executive Drive
Warsaw, IN 46580