Board Minutes

Workforce Development Board

The Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Board continues to evolve to better serve career seekers, businesses and interested stakeholders in our workforce local area.

Continuing with a new set of directions and dreams for the future and a firm foundation to build on; we continue to grow and incorporate Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) legislation.

We are excited about exploring new frontiers and facilitating prosperity and economic growth across the seven counties we serve: Caswell, Davie, Forsyth, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin.

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Our Mission, Vision, Strategy

To ensure that the local workforce development system is market-driven

Our mission and vision are clear and we have a dedicated group of Officers, Board Members, Committee Members and Staff to ensure the services and programs our counties need to move forward are provided. Our strategic plan has been developed to use a couple of key tools: the State of the Workforce Report (PDF) and the CEDS Report. These two things will be our building blocks in the next few years.

Our mission and vision being communicated to employers, job seekers and the general public. We have developed new ways to spread the word on what we have to offer, like through the use of this Web site and other social media. The NCWorks Career Centers in our local area, our focus for the past few years, are very successful and will continue to grow and improve as they reach out to the seven county area we serve.

As we become more of a part of the local community, we will become a force in the Piedmont Triad region. We continue to look for active participation from workforce professionals and employers alike and pledge to work toward meeting the goals set forth by the Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Board.

Board Membership

The Piedmont Triad Workforce Development Board is made up of representatives from the private sector, government, non-profit, community and labor organizations. The Chair and Vice-Chair must be private sector representatives and the majority of the board must be private sector.  Click here to see a listing of our current Board members.

 

The Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Program is an equal opportunity employer/program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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