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The Role of Workforce Development Councils in Washington

The federal Workforce Investment Act requires that a local strategic plan be developed and maintained by every Workforce Development Council in the nation. Washington State Law requires that local plans be consistent with Washington's latest strategic plan for workforce development, Talent and Prosperity for All.

These plans:

  1. Define workforce development services that are in place.

  2. Address identified skills gaps experienced by area employers.

  3. Tailor strategies to meet the needs of local economies.

  4. Create a meaningful vision for the entire workforce development system so customers are served efficiently with satisfactory results.

 

Washington by Workforce Development Area

Region 1: Olympic Workforce Development Council  
Region 2: Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council

 

Region 3: Northwest Workforce Council

 

Region 4: Workforce Development Council Snohomish County

 

Region 5: Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County

 

Region 6: Workforce Central - Tacoma/Pierce County

 

Region 7: Southwest Washington Workforce Development Council

 
Region 8: North Central Washington Workforce Development Council  
Region 9: South Central Workforce Development Council  
Region 10 : Eastern Washington Partnership  

Region 11: Benton-Franklin Workforce Development Council

 

Region 12: Spokane Area Workforce Development Council

 

 

Contact list for state's 12 Workforce Development Councils, including director, street address, phone number, email and more.

Washington Workforce Association

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