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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.
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Management Accountant Job Opening
Workforce Alliance is seeking candidates for this position by June 24, 2016. Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click for full job description.
Notice of Transfer of Funds
Workforce Alliance hereby gives notice to transfer $200,000 of Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds from the Dislocated Worker funding category to the WIOA Low-Income Adult funding category. The purpose of this transfer is to provide more services to adults throughout the South Central CT region, consistent with our WIOA Local Plan. Comments on the proposed transfer may be directed to: Christine Reardon, Workforce Alliance, 560 Ella Grasso Boulevard, New Haven, CT 06519. email@example.com. Deadline for comments is noon on June 29, 2016.
Meriden American Job Center Expands
Serving jobseekers and employers at 87 West Main Street, Meriden. Read article
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