Workforce Development Center

Workforce Development promotes the development and implementation of workforce education strategies for occupations in high-growth/high-demand industries. Workforce education often includes job search assistance, assessment, vocational classroom training, work experience, and supportive services. It further develops and implements workforce education programs that enable low-skilled, low-income, adults to embark on career pathways and earn family sustaining wages. Dislocated workers receive training and assistance to find and retain work after a layoff. Eligible youth, ages 17-24, in or out of school, can receive assistance with getting their GED, workforce education, work-based learning, or apprenticeship opportunities. Veterans receive preferential treatment.

Funding Provided by

Workforce Center Offices

Adams County - 107 N Third Street, Quincy, IL 62301  217-224-8171

Brown County - 108 N Capitol Ave, Mt Sterling, IL 62353  217-285-2216

Pike County - 120 S. Madison, Pittsfield, IL 62363  217-285-2216

Schuyler County - 220 West Washington Street, Rushville, IL 62681  217-285-2216

Contact Our Team

Kathryn McDaniel, Director
217-224-8171, ext 105

Claudia Beebe, Career and Employment Specialist - WIOA - Adams County
217-224-8171, ext 110

Madison McLennan, Career and Employment Specialist - TANF, SNAP, SNAP to Success - Adams, Brown, Pike and Schuyler County, 217-224-8171, ext 118

David Camphouse, Career and Employment Specialist - All programs, Pike County, 217-224-8171, ext 114

WIOA Pike County, 217-285-2216

WIOA Brown and Schuyler County, 217-740-7962

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