Support Local and National Workforce Development Initiatives
The Workforce Development System is designed to ensure that people have the skills necessary to perform well in the job market, while supplying businesses with the talent needed to stay economically competitive. All of Capital Workforce Partners' efforts support the local workforce and local businesses that serve 37 municipalities in North Central Connecticut.
For more information about what workforce development is and how it works, and to learn more about the 37 municipalities in our region please see our About Us page.
Capital Workforce Partners works with public, non-profit, educational, and private sector leaders to develop Connecticut's workforce for what businesses need. We use our outreach capabilities to:
- Raise awareness
- Highlight opportunities for businesses
- Convene important partners
- Focus on the outcomes that matter for North Central CT
Please support Capital Workforce Partners with its outreach efforts in support of local workforce development to make sure that workers in North Central Connecticut have the skills to make them successful.
Photos from the 2016 Workforce Stars Celebration 6/16/16
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2016 Workforce Stars
- The Winners - Adult Winners: Daniel Rivera and Gus Mark-Hamilton; Youth Winner: Alexis Alvarado (now working with ACMT); Business Winner: Bank of America
- The Program
- Press Release - Including info on Workforce Star Winners
- Article about the event - in Education Matters
Your donations help fund Capital Workforce Partners' work towards supporting people working and living in North Central Connecticut.
Many thanks to all our Major sponsors - including: Pratt and Whitney, Webster Bank, United HealthGroup, Eversource Energy and Goodwin College - as well as our smaller sponsors, advertisers and donors.
Also, many thanks to Media Sponsor: Hartford Business Journal and our delightful MC - Irene O'Connor - WFSB Channel 3.
MORE WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Share your workforce development pictures and stories with our Communications Department.
Capital Workforce Partners often hosts workforce development events in the community to raise program awareness, posts current trends in workforce development, showcases various local workforce development opportunities and highlights the accomplishments of the workforce development system. Keep in touch or find opportunities to get involved and show your support publically by following us on social media.
- Connect on our Capital Workforce Partners Facebook Page
- Connect on the Connecticut Youth Employment Program Facebook Page
- Follow our Business Page on Linked In
- Follow us on Twitter @CWPjobs and Share our News
- Write a letter of support to the Hartford Courant
Click on one of the links below to learn about some of our partners and other organizations that are waging local and national campaigns in support of workforce development initiatives.
LAST YEAR'S WORKFORCE STARS EVENT - Photos above from the June 1, Workforce Stars Breakfast at the Hartford Club featuring keynote, Eric S. Rosengren, President and Chief Executive Officer for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and three inspiring winners.