The U.S. Senate recently passed a resolution declaring September 2021 as Workforce Development Month and acknowledging that workforce development plays a crucial role in supporting workers and growing the economy.
Check out the 2020-2021 Annual Report presented at the NWTN Workforce Board Annual Board Meeting! (Click image below to view the report.)
The NW TN Workforce Board is proud to bring this third exciting and informative quarterly webinar to you!
The Business Services Division for the Northwest TN Workforce Board, along with Connie Stewart - Director of WIOA Services, guests from the TN Department of Labor, and local employers, will share the #WorkLife Program for building a pipeline of young talent to fill the workforce needs of NW TN.
Please join us for our next Workforce Services webinar on a new tool available to schools and students at no cost through the Northwest Tennessee Workforce Board and American Job Centers – www.VirtualJobShadow.com.
Workforce Strategy Discussion Held With TN Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Jeff McCord
On July 28, 2021, TNDepartment of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Jeff McCord met with nearly 100 workforce and economic development professionals, educators, and employers from across Northwest TN to discuss workforce strategies to address worker shortages and other challenges.
Recently, the City of Alamo entered into an apprenticeship training agreement with the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts, The National Rural Water Association, and the U.S. Dept. of Labor. The 24-month program will prepare two Alamo Water & Sewer employees for state certification in wastewater treatment operations.