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Public Comment Period: Weigh In on the Local Workforce Development Plan for 2021-2024

Brian Hernandez
Jan 29, 2021
Posted by: Brian Hernandez

Public Comment Period: Weigh In on the Local Workforce Development Plan for 2021-2024

Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area, the nonprofit community partnership providing no cost recruitment, employment services and child care assistance, to businesses and job seekers in the Rural Capital Area of Central Texas, has released a draft of the 2021-2024 Local Workforce Development Board Plan and is encouraging public comment from businesses, labor organizations, institutions of higher education, primary stakeholders, and the general public.

The plan is available for review on WSRCA’s website and is open for public comment for 15 days, through February 14, 2021.

Public comments on the plan should be submitted to eugene.ratliff@ruralcapital.net

WSRCA carries out the vision of its chief local elected officials across the region and the WSRCA Board of Directors by coordinating, administering, and advancing the work of the public workforce development system. Their work strengthens the economy of the nine-county Rural Capital Area by identifying skill gaps between jobseekers and employment opportunities, fostering data-driven decision making, and connecting workforce development partners into a cohesive, collaborative, and effective network.

The Plan describes the current and future economic and workforce needs of our region and lays out how WSRCA will utilize its resources to meet those needs.

Once finalized, the 2021-2024 Local Workforce Development Board Plan will help guide regional solutions for workforce development throughout the Rural Capital Area.

Click to review the plan


Llano County, City of Llano Burnet County, City of Burnet Williamson County, City of Georgetown Lee County, city of Giddings Fayette County, city of LaGrange Bastrop County, city of Bastrop Caldwell County, city of Lockhart Hays County, City of San Marcos Blanco County, City of Johnson City

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Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area serves 9 counties around the Austin, TX capital area:

Bastrop County, Hays County, Blanco County, Burnet County, Caldwell County, Fayette County, Lee County, Llano County, Williamson County, and Burnet County - Marble Falls

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