Still your door to a brighter future. They key to your success may be enhanced skills, integrated resources, employer connections, or brand new training.
Workforce Alliance directs a system that is nimble, flexible and adaptable, generating economic opportunity for business and job seekers in our communities.
Youth and Young Adults ages 16-24 have programs tailored to them through a network of providers and services that lead to training, employment and higher education.
Special initiatives to prepare the workforce and support employers in health care, manufacturing, IT, engineering and other high-demand fields.
In the News
American Job Center at New Haven Correctional Center hailed by the New York Times
Connecticut’s Second-Chance Society
One day last month, Dannel Malloy, the governor of Connecticut, was sitting with a small group of inmates at a New Haven jail, where he had gone to announce a new job-training program for prisoners nearing their release date. Read Full Article
Request for Proposals
Workforce Alliance is seeking proposals, with quotations of cost, from certified public accounting firms for an independent audit of its state and federal books. Proposals are due by 4:30 PM on May 27, 2016. Please click here for the full announcement.
Our Plan for South Central CT
Workforce Alliance seeks public comment on its plan for delivering employment and training services to South Central CT in 2016. Please see the Local Plan and attachments below. Comments may be submitted until 12 noon, May 25, 2016.