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Capital Workforce Partners is the North Central Region of Connecticut’s premier workforce development organization, with a statewide reach in helping businesses find, retain, and grow the most qualified talent.
# of People who received American Job Center Services (FY 17/18)
# of People North Central CT Jobs Funnel Graduates since inception (1999) with 113 job placements last fiscal year
CT Unemployment Rate for April 2019 -0.5% from April 2018
# of Youth Served in CWP Programs (in-school and out-of-school) (PY 17/18)
“Annie-Marie entered the WIOA program under our adult eligibility. Her goal was to utilize services for training and establish a career within the Healthcare field.”
“Dawnette has been a part of the WIOA program since June of 2017. Through this process, I have seen her diligently work towards achieving her personal career goals.”
“Yashira was motivated and determined to secure employment and was referred to Subsidized Employment. Together with her Career Agent, she was able to put that positive energy into finding employment.”
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Hartford Action Roundtable to Focus on Connecting Youth to Jobs Capital Workforce Partners convenes partners to press for supportive policies HARTFORD – November 22, 2019 – Capital Workforce Partners will hold a youth-employment conference today at the State of...
Capital Workforce Partners, Goodwin College, and the Town of East Hartford Service Partnership in East Hartford
East Hartford American Job Center Capital Workforce Partners, Goodwin College, and the Town of East Hartford Service Partnership in East Hartford HARTFORD – October 1, 2019 – A workforce development partnership between Capital Workforce Partners (CWP), Goodwin...
James Rosado was laid off from his insurance job. Now he stands to earn a six-figure salary working in manufacturing.
Reposted from the Hartford Courant by Rebecca Lurye James Rosado was 45 when his insurance job in Avon got cut, leaving the mid-career underwriter and manager to hunt for work in a contracting industry. After two years of trimming money from his 401(k) and...