Graduating students of the Hoff School of Business (HSB) had the opportunity to present their senior thesis, Corban Consulting Partners (CCP), in front on an audience comprised of community business leaders and their peers on Thursday, April 24 at Corban’s Psalm Performing Arts Center.
Workforce system partners of Oregon will work together to implement and evaluate the Rethinking Job Search Program thanks to being fully funded by theWorkforce Innovation Fund grant from the Department of Labor.
SALEM, OR – Friday, April 24, 2015, the local Workforce Board separated into the Mid-Valley Workforce Board (MVWB) and the Incite Inc corporate board, in order to more efficiently and strategically serve the workforce needs of the region.
SALEM, OR – The Mid-Willamette Jobs Council (MWJC), comprised of county commissioners from Linn, Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties, met yesterday April 8, 2015 to form and appoint the new Mid-Valley Workforce Board (MVWB) required by Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) signed in July of 2014.
The OregonASK newsletter posted this blurb about the recent progress of badging through our program called 'theNET'
We are moving into a space and time where our ability, as a workforce board, to effect positive change in our local economies is growing.
The Mid-Willamette Jobs Council (Jobs Council) met on Tuesday, March 3 and selected Commissioner Craig Pope as Chair and Commissioner Roger Nyquist as Vice Chair.
We have procured the evaluators for the Workforce Innovation Fund (WIF) grant.
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Jamie is currently enrolled in the Early College High School Program, a five year program that will give her an associates degree as well as her high school diploma. She is so happy to have this opportunity to be enrolled in these programs and to have taken the NCRC that will help advance her future and give her better opportunities to succeed.