The Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker Program assists migrant and other seasonal employees engaged in farm work to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and referral to training and other related services that address their employment-related needs.
In Wyoming, these services are provided primarily in the beet-farming communities in the Big Horn Basin and in the Torrington area during the summer months. Since Wyoming's migrant and seasonal farm workers are mostly Spanish-speaking, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services' Workforce Centers hire bilingual employees to provide for such needs. Migrant Seasonal Farm Worker specialists are knowledgeable about services available in their communities for these individuals.
For more information, contact the Program Manager at +1 (307) 233-4623.