The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board (Workforce Board) is a Governor-appointed body representing
a partnership of nine voting members from business, labor, and government. Additional non-voting members also participate.
The Workforce Board:
- Advises the Governor and Legislature on workforce development policy.
- Ensures the state’s workforce services and programs work together.
- Evaluates the performance of Washington's key workforce programs.
The Workforce Board, with the assistance Workforce Board staff and partners, prepares a strategic statewide plan
for Washington's workforce development system called High Skills, High Wages.