Workforce Programs

Business Training Grants for Existing Positions

Wyoming Workforce Services Business Training Grants for Existing Positions can provide up to $2,000 per trainee per fiscal year for established Wyoming businesses with existing employees who need a skill upgrade or retraining in their current occupations.Business Training Grants for New Positions can provide between $1,000 and a maximum of $4,000 per trainee per fiscal year, depending on the employee's full-time status and wage amount. Grants for New Positions were developed to assist Wyoming businesses in two ways: Wyoming Business Expansion and New Business Recruitment. The Pre-Hire Economic Development Grant Program is designed to train skilled workers in a particular business or industry. Applications are completed through a partnering of four entities that contribute separate needs or services to the program. The WDTF is administered by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, application forms are available at: www.wyomingworkforce.org

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This program finances publicly owned infrastructure. Eligible Grant and Loan Activities Infrastructure such as water, sewer, streets, telecommunications, rights-of-way, land, buildings, or amenities within a business park, industrial park, industrial site or business district or other appropriate physical projects in support of primary economic development. Eligible Applicants Cities, towns... Learn More
The Business Council can participate with a local lender on a loan to a business. The state’s portion is up to 35% of the project with a maximum of $250,000.00. Learn More
The Business Council can participate with a lender that has secured a federal guarantee loan (i.e. SBA, USDA, etc.) to guarantee repayment of a loan made to a business. The maximum shall be 50% of the loan, or $500,000, whichever is less. Learn More