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South Central Idaho Works!

Is formed to provide guidance, direction, and oversight for the workforce investment system for the Region IV Workforce Investment Area in the State of Idaho (Counties of Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, and Twin Falls).

MISSION: South Central Idaho Works! Fosters and promotes a quality workforce with opportunities to earn and gain economic self-sufficiency through partnerships with business, job seekers, wage earners, and the overall community of South Central Idaho.

Goals Text
SOUTH CENTRAL IDAHO ONE-STOP CONSORTIUM (SCIOSC) is a consortium of public and private organizations that provide workforce investment, educational and other human resource programs in the eight counties of South Central Idaho. It was formed to unify the numerous employment and training programs into a single, customer-friendly set of services. 

    GOAL: to collaborate to create a seamless system of service delivery that will enhance access to the programsí services and improve long-term employment outcomes for individuals receiving assistance and coordinate effective transitioning activities.


This project is one of 29 U.S. Department of Labor demonstration grants nationwide. South Central Idaho’s two-year project was funded for $600,000 in federal dollars, with approximately $300,000 in local in-kind matching. The vision for this demonstration includes assisting young offenders to succeed in school, teaching them work maturity and career preparation skills, and reducing recidivism (no further crimes.) Grantee is Region IV Development Association, with South Central Idaho Works, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, District 5 Juvenile Justice, and the Youth Council.

(Click on Youth Offender link to read more) 


Latest Issue of UPDATE! April 2005

Past Issues of Update! (PDF Format):
December 2004 Issue of Update!
February 2004 Issue of Update!

November 2003 Issue of Update!
August 2003 Issue of Update!: pages 1-3
August 2003 Issue of Update!: pages 4-5
June 2003 Issue of Update!
May 2003 Issue of Update!
April 2003 Issue of Update!
March 2003 Issue of Update!
February 2003 Issue of Update!

Region IV Development is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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