Kansas governor Laura Kelly and state commerce secretary David Toland have unveiled the newest vehicle in the KANSASWORKS program.

The vehicle will provide workforce services in areas of the state that don’t have permanent Workforce Centers, and it will also be in use for areas that have a high demand for assistance services and programs.   It has six internet-ready computer stations to help job-seekers and employers, and a visual system to help with presentations outside the center.

Mobile Workforce Centers were present at more than 60 job fairs in 2019 and also appeared at nearly 30 different community events.   They were also sent to help Kansans and Nebraskans who were affected by tornadoes and flooding.

More information is available at kansascommerce.gov/mobileworkforce and at kansasworks.com