The mission of the Bay Area Workforce Development Board is to cultivate a skilled and competitive workforce which meets the demands of employers in the region.
The Bay Area WDB is one of 11 Wisconsin workforce development areas established in 1998 to address local economic workforce issues. Bay Area WDB, a private non-profit corporation, is the fiscal and administrative agent for funds and programming designed to deliver locally customized job training and workforce development initiatives.
Bay Area Workforce Development Board is an employer's connection to the public workforce system—a network of federal, state and local agencies that are committed to economic growth and workforce development. The Bay Area WDB offers solutions to maximize the positive impact of your workforce with improved productivity, efficiency, and performance. With 30 years of experience in workforce development, we use our expansive knowledge and access to workforce networks and solutions to help companies find and maximize workforce talent to grow their business--and ultimately, grow the local economy.
How Can We Help You?
Designed to serve as a life-long resource to all job and career seekers, Bay Area JOB CENTERS can assist those exploring career options, seeking further education, looking to update their skills, need help preparing and looking for a new job, or are in need of economic support. Whether you are 16, 41 or 61, the Bay Area JOB CENTERS have the resources to help, no matter what your career-related need.
The Bay Area WDB is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and service provider
working to beneifit Brown, Door, Florence, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, and Sheboygan counties. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Contact James Golembeski for assistance.