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Financial Aid
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Providing university transfer and in-demand career programs

Student Services
Helping students succeed

Workforce Training
Offering non-credit courses for both business and pleasure

Center for Workforce Development
Meeting the area's workforce needs

Enhancing Walters State through private support

Providing opportunities for alumni to reconnect

Making education convenient

Providing agribusiness, educational and commercial activities and events

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Budgeting & Business Services
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Global Connections
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Providing resources for our staff

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Academic & Events Calendar
Keep tabs on important dates

Human Resources
Assisting in hiring, training, evaluating, rewarding and counseling of employees

Current college-wide policies

Walters State's Center for Workforce Development is the administrative entity for Local Area 2, which comprises the 10 counties in the college's primary service area. With partner agencies, it serves both job seekers and employers through the Tennessee Comprehensive Center in Morristown, the Comprehensive Center in Sevierville and affiliate centers in Greenville and Tazewell (Wednesday Afternoons in Maynardville). The Center for Workforce Development also provides youth enrichment and development initiatives through WIOA Youth Services.

Proud Partner American Job Center Tennessee


If you are a veteran, an eligible spouse of a veteran, or an eligible widow or widower of a veteran you are eligible for priority in obtaining WIOA services. If you are low-income, you also are eligible for priority in obtaining WOIA services.

WIOA-funded programs and activities provide equal employment opportunity. Auxiliary aids and services are available to individuals with disabilities.

The WIOA program is funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.