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Literacy Workshop - Pathways to Employment: Preparing Wisconsin's Job Seekers
The Literacy Workshop, held May 15 at the Rotary Gardens in Janesville, attracted approximately 65 participants. The above panel presentation, entitled "How to Connect Workforce Training: Moving Wisconsin's Job Seekers Along the Right Pathways" was led by Wisconsin Literacy Executive Director Michele Erickson (left). Other panel members included (left to right) Lisa Furseth, Executive Director of Community Action Inc., of Rock and Walworth Counties; Gloria Pitchford-Nicholas, Dean, Milwaukee Area Technical College School of Pre-College Education; Judith Stone, Founder and Board Member of the Walworth County Literacy Council; Dr. Robert T. Borremans, Chief Executive Officer of SWWDB; and Randall Upton, President of the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce.
Literacy Workshop
Workshops at the Literacy Workshop included topics such as Multi-Level ESL Activities and Lessons to Free and Inexpensive Teaching Tools for Job Readiness Training.

SWWDB Recognized for Rock County E-Hub Program

SWWDB Update
Read the June issue of SWWDB Update. . .
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Wisconsin's Forgotten Middle Skills Jobs
This study by The Workforce Alliance (TWA) and Skills2Compete-Wisconsin projects more than 426,000 "middle-skill" job openings for the state by 2016.
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Working Wisconsin
The State of Working Wisconsin - 2010 reports on analysis of jobs, wages, poverty, and income, as well as an account of economic inequality in the state, produced by COWS.
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Bringing Home the Green
A User’s Guide to the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Download full report if desired from greenforall.org
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SWWDB Executive Director to Retire in August
03/29/14
Beloit Daily News
Executive Director of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) Bob Borremans is retiring at the end of August. Borremans has been at the SWWDB since July of 2003 where he was responsible for the management and accountability of workforce programs across a six-county area.
Click on the title for the entire article.

Southwest Wisconsin Will Lose a Tireless Advocate
for Workforce Services When Bob Borremans Retires Later This Year

03/27/14
GazettXtra
Since 2003, Borremans has been executive director of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, one of 11 in Wisconsin established by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. The board is responsible the planning and oversight of the workforce system in Rock, Green, Lafayette, Grant, Iowa and Richland counties. Its services are driven by the needs of local employers and workers and are available through the job centers such as the one in Janesville.
Click on the title for the entire article.

Beloiters benefit from Fresh Start
10/03/13
Beloit Daily News
Two former Beloit Memorial High School students recently shared how they took advantage of Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funds to further their education and career prospects.

SWWDB Economic Impact Study
11/10/11
Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc. (EMSI)
EMSI is pleased to present this report on the economic contribution of Southwest Wisconsin Wordforce Development Board (SWWDB), serving Rock, Green, Richland, Lafayette, Grant, and Iowa Counties in the state of Wisconsin.


Job training has success story
11/01/11
Beloit Daily News
The Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board's (SWWDB) On-The-Job Training (OJT) program is designed to benefit both the employee and the business that hires them. It has worked out that way in almost all cases, and the successful bonding of Scot Forge of Clinton and Victor Burrington is but one example how both can benefit.

"Skill's Gap" hampers Rock County unemployed
10/10/11
1230 AM WCLO Radio
Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board CEO Bob Borremans says the "skills gap" is a growing concern. Borremans says the concern is 21st century jobs need different levels of skills than what's been seen historically. Listen to the Podcast.

Janesville job picture might be improving
09/22/11
Gazette-Xtra
The good news? More jobs are out there. The bad news? Job seekers need to get the right skills and tailor their resumes to set themselves apart.

Feds Come to Town to Hear About Needs, Offer Help
06/12/10
Gazette-Xtra
Ed Montgomery, executive director of the White House Council on Automotive Communities and Workers, said he was impressed at how a wide variety of agencies come together at the Job Center to help displaced workers.

White House Auto Recovery Director Visits Janesville; Montgomery Tours Rock County Job Center
06/11/10
Channel 3000
Dr. Ed Montgomery, the executive director of the White House Council on Automotive Communities and Workers, and other federal officials visited Janesville and Kenosha and met with local workers and community leaders affected by the economic downturn.

Obama's Auto Rep Sees Impact of Janesville, Kenosha Closings
06/11/10
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Edward B. Montgomery, President Barack Obama's counsel on automotive communities and workers, showed up here Friday not to tell people what the government wanted to do, he said, but to listen.

White House Official to Janesville: 'Don't wait'
06/10/10
Channel 27 WKOW
Eighteen months after General Motors leaves, a White House official visits Janesville to hear ideas from the community on how to get the economy rolling again.  "This is not the federal government imposing," Ed Montgomery, director of recovery for auto communities and workers, said. "This is the federal government listening."

E-Hub Program Gives Boost to Small Businesses
06/09/10
Gazette-Xtra
For 12 years, Luisa Verheijen dreamed of designer shoes . . . this year, she got a boost from a local group of mentors and advisors helping her and others like her bring business ideas to fruition.  E-HUB is a six-week instructional program that originated in Green Bay and is aimed at providing resources, inspiration and connections to start a small business or reboot an existing one.

Fighting Back Against Forbes (click for news story)
(Click here for Video)
05/06/10
Channel NBC-15
In the May first issue of Forbes Magazine, Janesville was named the seventh worst city in America to find a job. Vic Grassman, Economic Director of Janesville, along with Dr. Robert Borremans, SWWDB Executive Director, challenge that ranking.

Grants Hoped to Help Job Training
02/03/10
Beloit Daily News
Those affected by the GM shutdown will get more funds in Rock County. The U.S. Department of Labor has announced a $2.3 million National Emergency Grant supplemental award to continue to provide services to about 1,400 workers affected by layoffs in the automotive industry of Rock County.

Who is Driving Rock County's Economic Recovery Bus?
01/17/10
WLCO Radio - Janesville
Rock County 5.0 is focusing on business retention and expansion, new business attraction, small business and entrepreneurship, real estate positioning and workforce profiling. While the local auto industry dislocated more than 3,000 workers, the area’s economic downturn affected nearly three times that many, said Bob Borremans, executive director of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board. So far, about one-third of them have sought a variety of social and educational services, many of which emanate from agencies housed at the Rock County Job Center in Janesville.....more on Collaborative Organizations Responding to Dislocations (CORD), an initiative launched in late 2008 as a response to auto industry layoffs.

Rock County E-Hub
11/30/09
WLCO Radio - Janesville
Eric Kuznacic of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board and Kaia Fowler of the UW-Whitewater Small Business Development Center appeared on WCLO Radio's "The Stan Milam Show" to promote a collaboration between the two organizations to bring the "E-Hub" entrepreneurial-training program to Rock County. Click the link to listen to the interview. For more information about E-Hub, contact Eric Kuznacic at (608) 741-3502.

Unemployed Worker Networks His Way to New Opportunities
11/09/09
Gazette-Xtra
Christian, 34, credits the staff and programs at the Rock County Job Center with helping him get back into the workforce after eight months of unemployment.

Visiting a Weatherization Job Site
09/09/09
Discover Janesville
As part of the Summer Youth Employment Program, youth in six southwestern counties in Wisconsin are set up with existing businesses to help them out for the summer.  We visit Beneficial Insulation Solutions, one job site that has hired two youth employees in "green" jobs.

Green Jobs in Beloit
07/30/09
Channel 27 WKOW
Video features how stimulus dollars are helping Beloit youth and homeowners.  The program currently employs 25 workers as trained Energy Advocates in five communities across the state, offering energy audits to interested homeowners.

Beloit Program Trains Young Workers For Green Jobs
07/29/09
Channel 3000
President Barack Obama promised green jobs to be funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and those federal stimulus dollars are the focus of a new program in Beloit that's putting young people to work and saving energy.

SWWDB Summer Youth
07/22/09
Workforce Times - Newsletter of Wisconsin Workforce Development Association.  Three workers supplied by the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) Summer Youth Employment program, utilizing American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) dollars, have been recognized by the Southwest Wisconsin Technical College District Board at a public board meeting.

Rock County Gets More Dollars for Dislocated Workers
07/01/09
Gazette-Xtra
Rock County gets $2.2 million more to help dislocated workers.

Hire a Neighbor Program
06/09/09
Green County Development Corporation News
The Hire a Neighbor program is a cooperative venture between the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) and Monster.com designed to assist both job-seekers and employers seeking qualified candidates.

A Man Helping His Own - Ed Martinez
05/01/09
Workforce Times - Newsletter of Wisconsin Workforce Development Association.  Knowing what it’s like to work at a company for 31 years and then lose your job, Ed Martinez is using that knowledge and empathy to help his former co-workers.

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NEWS RELEASES

Rhonda Suda to Lead SWWDB
06/16/2014
Rhonda Suda, Janesville, who has been serving as the Workforce Operations Manager since April of 2010, has been hired as the Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB). She will be replacing the retiring Dr. Robert T. Borremans, who has served in that capacity since 2003.
Click the title above for more information.

Local Workforce Development Organization Leader to Retire
03/30/2014
Dr. Robert “Bob” Borremans, CEO of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB), has announced his retirement effective the end of August, 2014. Bob has served in this leadership role for the past 11 years.
Click on the title for the entire article.

Fast Forward
11/13/2013
Made possible through the WISCONSIN FAST FORWARD legislation, Governor Walker recently announced that the first round of Worker Training Grant funding is now available. Read the article for more information or visit DWD's website at dwd.wisconsin.gov/wff/ for more information.

SWWDB Receives $292,500 Grant to Assist Dislocated Workers
10/09/2013
Those who are unemployed in the area will receive assistance through a $292,500 National Emergency Grant (NEG) recently received by the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB). The grant is designed to assist dislocated workers find sustainable employment in high growth industries and occupations. Priority focus will be to assist eligible veterans and the long-term unemployed, however, recently dislocated workers are also eligible to receive training services under the grant..

Workforce Investment Month-SWWDB Board Meeting
9/13/2013
In celebration of Workforce Development Month, the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) heard from several clients who have utilized Workforce Investment Act funds to further their careers and education. The Board met September 11 at the Edelweiss Chalet Country Club near New Glarus.

Employers Sought for October 16 Job Fair
09/13/2013
The Rock County Job Center is seeking local employers to participate in its October 16 Job Fair to be held at the Pontiac Convention Center in Janesville. The multi-employer fair will be open to the general public from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. [10 a.m.-11 a.m. being just for veterans]. The event is a part of the Job Center’s ongoing commitment to connect employers with qualified job-seekers.

E-Hub Graduation-Summer 2013
07/10/2013
Thirteen individuals representing 12 start-up businesses ventures recently graduated from the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board-sponsored E-Hub program. The event, with a theme of ‘Embarking on a New Path,’ was held at the Janesville Innovation Center.

GED ‘Boot Camp’, Fast Track Kicks Off
05/03/2013
A program designed to assist individual to adjust and adapt to the upcoming changes in the GED testing program recently began. A collaborative effort between the Department of Corrections (DOC), Southwest Wisconsin Technical College (SWTC), Blackhawk Technical College (BTC) and the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB), the GED Boot Camp is designed to address the changes in the GED examination, which will be completely computer-based starting in 2014. Tests will also be revised and costs for the five exams will increase. Anyone who has not completely finished all five tests by December 31, 2013 must start over.

Over 1,400 Attend Rock County Job Fair
05/03/2013
The recent Job Fair held on April 23 at the Pontiac Convention Center in Janesville brought out job-seekers galore, as 1,420 participated by filling out applications, presenting resumes, and meeting with 70 potential employers and educational representatives.

Progress Continues on Sector Initiative – Supply Chain Management
05/01/2013
Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) and Southwest Tech continue to make strides in the sector initiative of transportation, warehousing, and logistics as we move one more step toward the potential offering of an educational program in the area of supply chain management.

Work Today Program Links Businesses, Job Candidates
04/20/2013
A new program designed to match workers’ talents with open jobs has kicked off. Titled Work Today, the program focuses on employer-needed job skills matched to job seeker skills and competencies.

Incumbant Worker Training Grant Available to Businesses
03/06/2013
An Express Grant Program to help businesses increase the skills of their current workers through customized training is being offered through the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB). Requests for proposals are currently being solicited from businesses, which must show how the upgrade in worker skills will improve their capacity by making the organization more efficient, productive and competitive and positively affect productivity and competitiveness of the organization.

SWWDB Recognized for Performance
12/28/2012
The Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB), the only one of the 11 workforce boards in Wisconsin to have a perfect performance by exceeding all performance measures, was recognized with a $100,666 grant from the Department of Workforce Development (DWD). It marks the second time in eight years the SWWDB has achieved this feat, the other one achieved in July, 2004. No other WDB in the state has ever achieved this feat even once.

E-Hub Recognizes Those Who Make A Difference
08/15/2012
A program recognizing ‘those who make a difference’ was held by the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board’s (SWWDB) E-Hub program at the Armory in Janesville Tuesday, August 14. E-Hub, short for Entrepreneur Hub, combines classroom training with one-on-one coaching to explore business ideas and market feasibility.

SWWDB Receives Grant
06/21/2012
The Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) will receive approximately $70,000 per year over three years to help fund their Skills Wisconsin project, designed to improve industry-driven worker training services, concentrating on demand-driven workforce development

United Alloy Receives Tax Credits
04/26/2012
United Alloy of Janesville is eligible for up to $200,000 in tax credits through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), creating up to 32 jobs related to the company’s expansion. The announcement, through Gov. Scott Walker’s office, came at a ceremony and tour on Friday, March 23.

Local Resident, Cory Winters Presented Serve Wisconsin Award
03/16/12
Local resident Cory Winters of Beloit was awarded the Serve Wisconsin Governor's Service Award on March 15 at the Wisconsin National and Community Service Board meeting at the Department of Military Affairs in Madison.

Job Center, SWWDB Participate in 'Reality Store'
03/08/12
Eric Kuznacic, Business Services Manager with the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) and Casey Dobson, WIA Case Manager at the Rock County Job Center with Manpower Government Solutions, assisted at the recent 'Reality Store' program held at Beloit Memorial High School. 'Reality Store,' organized through the Business and Education Committee of the Greater Beloit Economic Development Corporation, offers 'real life' situations to high school students to assist them in realizing what it takes to manage income, bills, family and occupational responsibilities.

SWWDB Adds Value of $2.56 for Every Dollar Spent
11/11/11
A report generated by the Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc. (EMSI) reveals that the economic impact generated by the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) provides a return of $2.56 for every dollar spent in Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funding. The report included the combined adult, dislocated worker and youth programs.

Local Veterans Have Access to Gold Card Initiative for Job Location
11/09/11
Local post 9/11 Veterans are being offered 'Gold Card' services—intensive assistance through the local Job Centers and the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) to help in the seeking of appropriate employment location.

Employment and Training Event to be Held in Area
09/02/11
September has been designated as Workforce Development Month by Governor Walker. The Wisconsin Workforce Development Association will be highlighting its new innovative statewide video conferencing system with a Kick-Start Your Career workshop for job seekers. This simulcast workshop will be on September 8 from 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm at the Rock county Job Center in Janesville and the SWWDB Office in Platteville.

Rock County Job Center Seeks Employers for September Job Fair
08/16/11
The Rock County Job Center, located at 1900 Center Avenue, Janesville, seeks local employers to participate in its Fall 2011 Rock County Job Fair. The multi-employer job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday,
September 21.

E-Hub Recognizes Those Who Make a Difference
09/15/2012
A program recognizing ‘those who make a difference’ was held by the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board’s (SWWDB) E-Hub program at the Armory in Janesville Tuesday, August 14. E-Hub, short for Entrepreneur Hub, combines classroom training with one-on-one coaching to explore business ideas and market feasibility.

Rock County Job Center to Host Industry-Focused Job Fairs
04/11/11
The Rock County Job Center, located at 1900 Center Avenue, Janesville, will host three separate, industry-focused job fairs this spring.  All events run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  There will be a job fair for manufacturing employers on Monday, April 18, one for health care employers on Thursday, April 21 and a third event for all other industries on Monday, April 25.

Grants Supporting Workforce Development Programs Available to Un-, Under-Employed
04/04/11
The Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB) has received several grants which, along with partner agencies, allows it to provide both adults and youth avenues and resources to pursue training and careers relevant to today's marketplace.

Manpower - New Service Provider for Rock, Green County
06/30/10
Manpower, Inc. will be the new service provider, operating under a contract with the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB), assisting unemployed workers and job seekers residing in Rock or Green County looking for workforce services and training opportunities, starting July 1, 2010.

Southwest Tech - New Service Provider
06/30/10
Southwest Tech will be the new service provider, operating under a contract with the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB), assisting unemployed workers and job seekers residing in Grant, Lafayette, Iowa and Richland Counties looking for workforce services and training opportunities, starting July 1, 2010.

Future Fields Program
02/10/10
The Wisconsin Farm Center announces Future Fields, a program to help farmers find off-farm employment to replace or supplement farm income. The program is open for enrollment in southwestern Wisconsin and set to go statewide this summer.

Service Provider Fairs
02/09/10
A series of Service Provider Fairs is being offered at the Rock County Job Center. Organizations at the fair are available to assist persons losing unemployment benefits.

Hire a Neighbor
05/20/09
SWWDB & MONSTER develop a Hire a Neighbor Program to assist unemployed, businesses.

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PRESENTATIONS

Assembly Committee on Workforce Development
05/07/09
The Assembly Committee on Workforce Development held an informational hearing on Thursday, May 7, 2009, for invited testimony.  The committee heard from the following speakers: Ruben Anthony, Jr., Deputy Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Transportation; Dr. Robert Borremans, Executive Director, Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board. (Time: 75 minutes)

Special Committee on Building Wisconsin's Workforce
09/23/08
The Special Committee on Building Wisconsin's Workforce, chaired by Representative Patricia Strachota, met on Tuesday, September 23, 2008, on the following: Presentations by invited speakers, including John Keckhaver, Research Analyst, Wisconsin Council on Children and Families; Jim Golembeski, Executive Director, Bay Area Workforce Development Board; and Robert Borremans, Executive Director, Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.  The committee also discussed committee assignment with a focus on discussing potential legislative recommendations or specific issue areas that the committee should further study. (Time: 95 minutes)

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P U B L I C A T I O N S

SWWDB Update - June 2014
06/25/2014
Volume 6, Issue 4 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - April 2014
04/10/2014
Volume 6, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - February 2014
02/14/2014
Volume 6, Issue 1 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - November 2013
11/13/2013
Volume 5, Issue 5 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


Return on Investment
Fiscal Year 2013-14
A report on how your investments are providing critical services for the residents of Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland and Rock Counties in Wisconsin.


SWWDB Update - October 2013
10/03/2013
Volume 5, Issue 4 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - August 2013
05/08/2013
Volume 5, Issue 3 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - May 2013
05/08/2013
Volume 5, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - January 2013
01/18/2013
Volume 5, Issue 1 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - November 2012
11/02/12
Volume 4, Issue 6 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - August 2012
08/07/12
Volume 4, Issue 5 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - May 2012
05/15/12
Volume 4, Issue 3 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - April 2012
04/19/12
Volume 4, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - March 2012
03/05/12
Volume 4, Issue 1 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - December 2011
12/02/11
Volume 3, Issue 4 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - June 2011
06/13/11
Volume 3, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - February 2011
02/10/11
Volume 3, Issue 1 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - September 2010
09/28/10
Volume 2, Issue 3 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - June 2010
06/18/10
Volume 2, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Update - February 2010
02/10/10
Volume 2, Issue 1 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


CORD Newsletters
Click to read the CORD Newsletters.


Rock County Profile
The Rock County Profile is a composite of socioeconomic information about Rock County, Wisconsin, and the communities and organizations who partner to make Rock County an outstanding place to live and work.


SWWDB Update - September
09/29/09
Volume 1, Issue 3 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Workforce Snapshot
09/09/09
A quarterly review reporting on what is happening with workforce needs in southwest Wisconsin.


SWWDB Update - August
08/05/09
Volume 1, Issue 2 - A publication describing matters of interest regarding the services and programs of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.


SWWDB Workforce Snapshot
06/10/09
A quarterly review reporting on what is happening with workforce needs in southwest Wisconsin.


SWWDB Workforce Snapshot
03/11/09
A quarterly review reporting on what is happening with workforce needs in southwest Wisconsin.


SWWDB Workforce Snapshot
12/10/08
A quarterly review reporting on what is happening with workforce needs in southwest Wisconsin.


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Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board
1370 N. Water Street • PO Box 656 • Platteville, WI 53818 • Phone (608) 342-4220 • Fax (608) 342-4429