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Workforce Development Boards are public-private partnerships that are charged with planning, policy development, implementation, and oversight for workforce development programs and services in local workforce development areas. Private sector participation and leadership are essential for the success of our workforce development boards.

A Workforce Development Board works with business leaders, education organizations, local governments and community groups to make sure that education and training resources are used to meet the needs of local businesses.  Federal and state funds are administered locally which is key to the success of Workforce Development Boards.  Regional collaboration among boards is a wise investment of time and resources because employers draw employees from across the region, and employee will not hesitate to drive a distance for a great job.  Another reason for regional WDB collaboration is that it draws on the strengths that each partner can bring to the group.

Wokforce Development Boards also have oversight of service delivery centers in each county called JobLink Career Centers.

The following Workforce Development Boards are part of the Easter Region WIN:

Workforce Development Board

Counties Served

Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board
1341 South Glenburnie Road
New Bern, NC 28562
(252) 636-6901
www.ecwdb.org

Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pamlico, Wayne

Region Q Workforce Development Board
1385 John Small Avenue
Washington, NC 27889
(252) 940-1600
www.regionqwdb.org

Bertie, Beaufort, Hertford, Martin and Pitt

Turning Point Workforce Development Board
4036 Capital Drive/P.O. Box 7516
Rocky Bount, NC 27804
(252) 443-6517
www.turningpointwdb.org

Edgecombe, Halifax, Nash, Northampton and Wilson


The Eastern Region Wokforce Innovations Network is a Collaborative Project of the following Economic and Workforce Development Organizations:

 
 
©Eastern Region Workforce Innovations Network, 2008.