ASSURING THAT
THE WORKFORCE
IN THE MOUNTAIN AREA MATCH THE SKILLS NEEDED BY EMPLOYERS.

HELPING JOB SEEKERS DETERMINE THE PATH TO A SUCCESSFUL CAREER.

ENHANCING THE WORK OF LOCAL
WORKFORCE BOARDS

LED BY LOCAL EMPLOYERS TO ENSURE THAT OUR RESOURCES REFLECT THE WORKFORCE NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY

HELPING
BUSINESSES IN
THE MOUNTAIN
AREA GAIN ACCESS
TO PROGRAMS AND SERVICES NEEDED TO BUILD A SKILLED AND MOTIVATED WORKFORCE.

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The Mountain Area Workforce Board (WDB) is a partnership of private business executives and the the leading workforce development organizations in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison and Transylvania counties of western North Carolina. The purpose of the WDB is to provide policy, planning, oversight and funding for local workforce development programs and address workforce issues as they emerge within the region.

In addition to the private sector business representatives, the Workforce Board membership includes executives and managers from:

  • Community Colleges
  • NCWorks Career Centers
  • Economic Development / Chambers of Commerce
  • Public School Systems
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Social Services
  • Community Based Organizations
  • Organized Labor

The goal is to engage effective local leadership to administer programs and incentives to create successful businesses and citizens.

    MOUNTAIN AREA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD SUPPORTS    
Industries in need of workers with training, skills and dedication to produce products and services.
Adults who are seeking meaningful careers and disloacted workers aiming to regain employment.
Today’s rising workforce who are focused on getting the right start in life.
 

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To provide employers and job seekers a fully integrated system of employment, education, and training services for the purpose of developing the economic strength and global competitiveness of this area

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