Wisconsin Department of Children and Families

Protecting Children, Strengthening Families, Building Communities

 

 

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What is Transform Milwaukee Jobs (TMJ)?

Transform Milwaukee Jobs (TMJ) is a program that offers jobs to unemployed low-income adults in Milwaukee. TMJ can provide you with education and job training to help prepare you for a job. To learn more about these services, please visit the "Find Your Local Transform Milwaukee Jobs Agency" page.

Who is eligible for TMJ?

Unemployed low-income adults in Milwaukee County who are not otherwise eligible for Wisconsin Works (W-2) or Unemployment Insurance benefits may be eligible for TMJ. This includes noncustodial parents and young adults without children.

What are the goals of the TMJ program?

The goals of the TMJ program are:

  1. To help parents secure stable unsubsidized employment.
  2. To increase child support payments through stable unsubsidized employment.
  3. To support reunification plans with children by enhancing parental capabilities and long-term child safety through stable unsubsidized employment.
  4. To help foster youth live independently through stable unsubsidized employment.

How do I apply for TMJ?

To apply for TMJ, please visit the "Find Your Local Transform Milwaukee Jobs Agency" page.

 

Find Your Local TMJ Agency

Read the TMJ/TJ Policy Manual