There are a variety of workforce professionals and agencies who work together to provide seamless service to Virginians. The following pages include resources for these individuals who work in the Virginia Workforce Network.
Find links to a variety of Virginia Workforce Network partners and the useful resources they provide for training, employment and workforce development.
This section contains information for workforce boards, one stop center staff, service providers, partner agencies and other workforce professionals engaged in work related to the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.
This section contains information for rapid response coordinators, workforce boards, one stop center staff, service providers, partner agencies, economic development and other workforce professionals engaged in work related to the Rapid Response program.
The Virginia Workforce Council is a business-led board that acts as the principal advisor to the Governor and provides strategic leadership to the state regarding the workforce development system and its efforts to create a strong workforce aligned with employer needs. The VWC is also charged with serving as the State Board for the federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA), setting policy and standards for the local Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) and One Stop Centers.
The Virginia Workforce Network, through Virginia’s Community Colleges, provides a variety of workforce development grants to local regions. Click “learn more” below for a list of current grant competitions.