The PRA began in the mid-1990s, when business and civic leaders worked together with the Conference’s “Working Together Coalition” to define the critical requirements for ensuring the growth and global competitiveness of the region.
The PRA has always aimed to develop a broad coalition of citizens, businesses, regional development agencies and government organizations, working together to make the Pittsburgh region a global economic growth leader.
For more information, visit www.pittsburgh-region.org/ .
ShaleNET links industry, workforce investment boards and training providers to ensure local worker placement in six entry-level, family sustaining positions that have been identified as High Priority Occupations by the Pennsylvania Workforce Development, a program of the state's Department of Labor & Industry.
For more information, visit www.shalenet.org.
Central Texas Workforce System services are developed to promote the delivery of programs and services to meet the needs of business, industry, and workers. These services are designed to place Texans in jobs and to equip workers with the skills needed to foster economic development. We work with employers, employees, and the general public to achieve these goals.
For more information, visit www.workforcelink.com/newworkforce/.