Members develop, implement, monitor, and update the WIB advocacy plan. The Committee works to improve public awareness of workforce issues and educate policy makers and elected officials regarding the system and its efforts.
BUSINESS SERVICES, MARKETING & RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Members develop, implement, and monitor the WIB’s marketing strategy. They also make recommendations to the WIB regarding the delivery of Business Services to employers and businesses, and oversee the implementation of the Virtual One-stop System.
Members assure services of the workforce delivery system are delivered by WorkSource/ OneSource Centers by setting the standards to be met and the policies to be followed.
Members decide annual plan-evaluation to assure continuous improvement of the WIB, actively coordinate with City Council and Mayor, resolve special inter-committee issues/opportunities, and establish task force and ad hoc committees as needed.
Members are in charge of surveying, soliciting, and recommending individuals for Board vacancies.
POLICY & OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Members oversee the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) WorkSource/OneSource Centers funded programs. They recommend priority for target populations and priority uses for program service funds, oversee the distribution of such funds, and monitor the utilization of program funds.
SECTOR OVERSIGHT SUBCOMMITTEE
Members assure the WIB program is aligned with City goals. This committee also tracks the performance of sector programs and assures involvement in growth issues.
TRAINING & SUPPORTIVE SERVICES COMMITTEE
Members oversee and monitor WIA training programs as well as identify target populations and priority uses for training and support services.
Members develop portions of the local plan relating to youth by recommending and approving eligible providers of youth activities and conducting oversight of those programs. Members facilitate the collaboration for youth advocacy and increase youth job opportunities.