Workforce Development Program Solutions

EDSI has provided workforce development program services for over 35 years. Within this business segment, we assist individuals with the transition from unemployment to employment and from under-employment to self-sufficiency. EDSI works hard to promote unsubsidized employment, self-sufficiency, and smooth program operations for our government clients.

EDSI provides comprehensive job readiness, case management, skills analysis, job placement and retention services to a variety of populations: Employers, TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families), Adult and Dislocated Workers, Non-Custodial Parents, Ex-Offenders, Youth, Refugees, and other economically-disadvantaged, unemployed or underemployed populations.

Primary funding sources for our programs include: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and federal grant funding. We work collaboratively with funders and to understand and assess current needs and design and implement strategies that will provide the greatest impact on the overall performance of the program and region.

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Populations Served

  • Employers
  • Adult
  • Dislocated Worker
  • Youth
  • Veteran
  • TANF
  • ABAWD
  • Ex-Offender
  • Non-Custodial Parents
  • Refugees
  • AND MORE...

Government Entities Served

  • Workforce Development Boards
  • Departments of Welfare
  • Departments of Human Services
  • Court Systems
  • Departments of Labor
  • Departments of Education
  • Economic Development Councils
  • Offices of the Attorney General

From Our Blog

Recent blog posts related to workforce development

Servant Leadership: A Lesson in Building Relationships

If you’ve heard of servant leadership, you know that it’s a timeless concept: a philosophy and set of practices that enrich the lives of individuals, helping build better organizations and creating a kinder world. What does being a servant leader mean to me?

Georgia’s Fall Adult Education Conference: Differentiation and Technology in the Classroom

One of my favorite times of the year is Fall—and not just because of the change in seasons! Every year I get the honor to present at Georgia’s Fall Adult Education Conference. I’ve been attending for the past five years, and it is one of the most rewarding parts of my job. The conference is designed to provide educators, administrators and partners an opportunity to learn from national presenters on a variety of topics. This year, I decided to focus on two things: Differentiation in Multi-Level Classrooms and Technology Integration under WIOA.

The Top 3 Advantages of Courses to Careers for Recent Graduates

Formerly known as Backpacks to Briefcases, Courses to Careers (C2C) has been an extremely effective venture for EDSI with a 71% rate of employment from its participants since its inception in 2012. The advantages for program participants are countless and specific to each individual, however, the program’s findings have seen several advantages that are repeatedly mentioned by its participants.
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Using the process laid out by EDSI helped us to create the right gatekeeper responsibilities and tasks, so we can ultimately focus more on the fit of candidates to the Cornerstone culture. Tom Willis; CEO - Cornerstone Charter Schools

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