The Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting innovation and providing quality local workforce development programs and services to businesses and residents in Southwest Wisconsin.
The Rock County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail is very active in the promotion, planning, and maintenance of the Ice Age Trail in Rock County and the trail state-wide. As a Chapter, we host many hikes and other activities, as well work with Rock County, the cities of Janesville, Milton, Evansville, the Janesville and Rock County Parks Divisions, and other organizations in Rock County. The Ice Age Trail is built and maintained by volunteers. The Rock County Chapter is highly engaged in the creation and maintenance of the Trail in Rock County and the through the connecting communities of Milton, Janesville, and Evansville. In Janesville, we partner with Janesville Parks, Janesville Trail Adaptors, and the Rock Trail Coalition to keep trails fresh. Currently we host 61 miles of the Trail in Rock County.
Project 16:49 is a local non-profit organization providing unaccompanied homeless youth with basic needs assistance and case management services, emphasizing education and self-sufficiency. The program also operates two transitional living homes.
The Leadership Development Academy offers a leadership center of excellence for the development of leaders in southern Wisconsin. The LDA is comprised of individuals, businesses and organizations interested in positively impacting our communities by providing a personal and professional empowerment experience for aspiring leaders.
Girl Scouts is the premiere leadership organization for girls in grades K-12 regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic level. Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make a better place. Serving 900 girls & 300 Adults in Rock County.
IFTS (God is Faithful Temporary Shelter) was born in 2007 when a group of concerned Janesville citizens saw an unmet need in our community. Women and children without shelter had options available to them, however homeless men had nowhere to go. These concerned citizens first met in early fall, and on Christmas Eve 2007, the shelter opened with 4 cooperating churches. Today 38 churches are involved in the operation of the shelter.
ECHO, Inc., created in late 1969, is a non-profit, faith-community sponsored charity organization, serving low-income individuals and families. It exists through the generosity of others in the community. ECHO stands for Everyone Cooperating to Help Others. Congregations help us, so do many individuals, businesses, school and community groups, foundations, and social service agencies.
We are an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. Whether you are new to the HR field or have many years of experience, we are a local starting point for networking, information, professional development and continued support of excellence in Human Resources.
Aptiv serves children and adults with many different types of disabilities.
Aptiv, established in 1977 as Riverfront Inc., is a non-profit with over 40 years of experience working alongside children and adults with disabilities to provide a spectrum of innovative support through programs and service so they may live more independent lives.
Our services help more than 1,700 individuals and their families in each communities we serve. We provide support when and where you need it, whether it’s in your home, at school, in the community or at one of our 8 service locations.
Types of disabilities served include:
And many others.
We are passionate about providing you with high-quality support that is individualized to your needs. At Aptiv we see the person, not the disability. Aptiv is service, personalized, to meet people where they are at with their service needs.