WITH DISABILITIES AS A MEMBER OF THE
GREATER METROPOLITAN WORKFORCE COUNCIL
The Greater Metropolitan Workforce Council
(GMWC) currently has a vacant seat to fill as soon as possible. We
are specifically looking for someone representing people with
disabilities. On behalf of GMWC Chair, Anoka County Commissioner
Rhonda Sivarajah and Vice Chair, Ramsey County Commissioner Toni
Carter, we strongly encourage leaders with experience in workforce
equity and development for people with disabilities to apply from
anywhere across the 7-County Metro region. If you, or someone you
know, has this experience, please apply now.
The application process is simple and can be completed in a few
short minutes by filling out the attached
Application Form and
Expertise and Summary Checklist. Please email completed
applications to GMWC interim coordinator, Brant Ingalsbe, at email@example.com by
October 9, 2018.
Let us know what you think!
The Greater Metropolitan Workforce
Council is submitting its
revised WIOA - Region 4 Work Plan on September 30, 2018. The new
work plan outlines GMWC's planned goals and activities from July
2018 through June 2020. The
30-day public comment period on the draft revised plan is from
August 20 - September 19, 2018. We
want to receive as many thoughts and recommendations during that
time from outside organizations, private businesses, and as many
vastly diverse community groups and workers as possible before
submitting our final revised Region 4 Work Plan to DEED for review.
Send GMWC your recommendations,
insights, and concerns on the
revised Draft Region 4 Work Plan by emailing them to Brant.Ingalsbe@gmail.com. Based
on all-around feedback, the GMWC will do our best to integrate those
ideas and recommendations into the final version before submitting
the Region 4 Work Plan to DEED on September 30, 2018.