What Is a Workforce Investment Board?
Volunteers linking many Rutland County business and education communities to bridge the gap between the workforce of today and the one we need for the future. Partners working to strengthen our economy by fostering relationships among employers, educators and service providers to enable people to get the skills they need to find productive and rewarding work.
News and Events
Monday, September 28th from 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm Location generously provided by: The Community College of VT – Mulitpurpose Room Refreshments generously provided by: The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce We have some exciting news to report out – you will not want to miss this. Contact Teresa Miele at email@example.com
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We had an excellent meeting yesterday, featuring a review of the CSC Social Recruiting Survey Results. Nancy Burzon, presented her “Report from the Executive Director”. It’s very exciting to hear about the continued success of our current programs and our plans for the future – more to come on this! NEW Board Members – July 1st Larry Bayle – Boys […]
Ready to embark on their career journey! Castleton, Vermont – April 3, 2015: The Rutland Region Workforce Investment Board’s Council on Youth is working with the middle school counselors of Castleton Village, Fair Haven, Mill River, Orwell, Benson and Rutland Town School to organize the fifth annual Your Journey Starts Here Event. It is […]
The Rutland Region Workforce Investment Board (RRWIB) met at the Stafford Technical Center recently for the board members to hear from Brian Narkewicz, STEM Academy Faculty (Science Technology Engineering Math). Brian outlined the impressive engineering classes and course offerings currently being taught at STC and the educational and career opportunities for students when they graduate. […]
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Students in Rutland County think that in today’s economy the best way to get the job you want when you grow up is to create it for yourself.
Ty LaVictoire is only in seventh grade, but he has big career plans already.