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Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board

Board Members and Meetings

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.

The Workforce Board's agency operating plan 2013-2014 and vision, mission, goals, objectives, and strategies guide our work.

An Interagency Committee facilitates and supports the coordinating role of the Board.

The Workforce Board also partners with other agencies through Washington's Workforce Compact.


For more information about the Workforce Board and its meetings, contact Board Secretary Erica Hansen.

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