The Regional Workforce Development Consortium, established under Mott Community College leadership in 1998, is a ten-county Consortium representing Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Sanilac, Shiawassee, St. Clair and Tuscola Counties. It brings together partners representing business, industry, educational/training institutions, workforce development agencies, governmental entities, economic development boards and chambers of commerce. Its purpose is to address skill shortages and gaps in the regional labor market. The skill shortages involve three areas of the workforce:Manufacturing, Information Technology, and Health.

The Consortium will also identify best practices and establish methods to share information and resources to overcome skill shortages and gaps.

Our Vision

The Regional Workforce Development Consortium envisions a regional infrastructure that fosters a collaborative system, which connects the needs of the workforce and the workplace in a regional context.

Our Mission

The Regional Workforce Development Consortium's mission is to strengthen regional workforce development efforts and aid in closing the skills gap between business, industry and worker needs in the areas of Information Technology, Manufacturing and Health in Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Sanilac, Shiawassee, St. Clair and Tuscola Counties.
County Information
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Regional Workforce Development Consortium Oakland County Livingston County Shiawassee County Genesee County Lapeer County Macomb County St. Clair County Sanilac County Tuscola County Huron County Tuscola County St. Clair County Shiawassee County Sanilac County Oakland County Macomb County Livingston County Lapeer County Huron County Genesee County



 


RWDC

Workforce Education Center /
Garfield G. Wagner Building

709 N. Saginaw St.
Flint, MI 48503


Contact Us:
Phone: (810) 232-8110
Fax: (810) 232-4981


 

 



©2002 Regional Workforce Development Consortium
This project made possible by a grant funded through The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation