Workforce Development

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WorkLink Workforce Development Board (WDB) develops the link between employers and employees in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties. Our volunteer board of directors ensures that the local workforce development system is market-driven and responsible in meeting the employment and training needs of businesses and job seekers. The board implements the “Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014” in partnership with local service providers and through a comprehensive SC Works system that provides access points for employment and training services. 

Our goal is to have a fully employed, skilled workforce, and to that end, we help job seekers find the tools to build their careers, and we work with businesses to hire quality employees. WorkLink funds programs for adults, dislocated workers, youth, and supports employers through On-the-Job and Incumbent Worker Training programs.

Vision Statement – To have a fully employed and highly skilled workforce in South Carolina.
Mission Statement – WorkLink develops the link between employers / businesses, and the workforce.
Core Purpose – We strive to improve the workforce and the quality of life in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties by being the vehicle for workforce development in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens, South Carolina.

Employers and job seekers can contact us here to find out more about how WorkLink can assist you.

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