The Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board, Inc. is involved with and sponsors many initiatives throughout the year benefiting employers, job seekers, youth, and other partner organizations. Listed below are just some of these worthwhile initiatives.
Youth services are provided to in-school and out-of-school youth up to age 22. If you qualify, you are eligible to participate in Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Services.
This program is a collaborative effort between our school system, the workforce system, and business to create streamlined access to qualified and willing construction candidates.
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Reports to the Community
Each year, the Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board, Inc. publishes an annual report, which we call our Report to the Community, in which we attempt to describe and explain who we are, what we do, and how we do it. We deliver a variety of employment and training programs for both businesses and jobseekers in our five-county region, all at no cost to our customers.
Workforce issues are a primary concern for businesses of all sizes. Recruiting, training and retaining a workforce can be challenging, however there are resources available.
We created this publication as the indispensable resource for our business partners, to direct you to the programs and services offered by CareerSource Southwest Florida and our regional partners.
We encourage you to submit additions and modifications. Please email your suggestions and comments to email@example.com.
Learn About Our Special Projects
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