What is a Workforce Development Board?
Workforce Development Boards (WDB’s) are part of the Public Workforce System, a network of federal, state, and local offices that support economic expansion and develop the talent of the nation’s workforce.
The mission of the RCHA is to promote strong communities and a healthy quality of life in their rural six-county service area which includes Randolph, Barbour, Tucker, Lewis, Upshur, and Pendleton Counties. The Supportive Services Department of the RCHA began as a focus on homelessness …
Every year, states, communities, and workforce development boards across the country unite in recognition of the contributions of the public workforce system and workforce professionals during the month of September via Workforce Development Month.
Handling an interview no-show involves maintaining professionalism, understanding the candidate’s situation, and following up with them. It’s important to give candidates the benefit of the doubt, as they might have had genuine reasons for not showing up.
Hi – my name is Yasmine Burrell, I am a single mother, a domestic abuse survivor, a mediator and most importantly a woman of faith and loves Christ. I found out about the WIOA program in 2023 walking into the DHHR, seeing a poster hanging up on the wall while I was standing in line waiting my turn to turn in my paperwork to deep receiving my SNAP EBT and medical benefits.
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Caden has known since he was 13 years old that he wanted to be a Barber. So, after graduating from high school, he enrolled in the Region 6 Youth Ready (Out-of-School) program and was able to obtain WIOA funding to assist him with the cost of occupational training. He graduated from Sharp as an Errol Barber School, located in Monongalia County and obtained his Barber License in October 2022.