Includes referrals to job opportunities, career counseling, resume services, training/education resources and funding
Locate a local regional career center
Regional Workforce Development Boards
Workforce Development Boards (WDB’s) are part of the Public Workforce System, a network of federal, state, and local offices that support economic expansion and develop the talent of the nation’s workforce. Workforce Development Boards benefits both employers and job seekers. They are committed to assisting individuals and businesses achieve their goals, whether that's earning degrees or certifications, planning careers, finding or training employees, or overcoming barriers. Below is a list of Regional Workforce Development Boards and the region they serve.
Serving: Fayette, Monroe, Summers, Webster, Raleigh, Greenbrier, McDowell, Mercer, Nicholas and Pocahontas Counties
Serving: Boone, Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo, Putnam and Wayne Counties
Serving: Clay, Mason, Calhoun, Jackson, Pleasant, Ritchie, Roane, Wirt and Wood Counties
Serving: Hancock Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel and Tyler Counties
Serving: Barbour, Braxton, Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, and Upshur Counties
Serving: Berkeley, Grant, Hardy, Hampshire, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan and Pendleton Counties
Enroll in the MACC to start finding positions available for your skill level
State-coordinated resources and services for West Virginia’s re-entry population
Workforce services for Veterans and military incentives
On-site assistance to workers & employers who experience mass dislocations through rapid response services
Trade Adjustment Assistance ProgramAssistance for workers who become unemployed due to layoffs as a result of foreign imports or a shift of production out of the United States
Reemployment and retraining services for dislocated workers
Benefits information to claimants and employer contributions to the program
Program that provides expert online tutoring, test prep, and job support for West Virginia public library patrons across the state.
This is a no-cost 1-to-1 assistance for all ages.
The program is available 10:00am - 10:00pm.
Services offered include,
- For students - TutorWV offers online, on-demand , expert tutoring and homework help in more than 200 subjects, along with drop-off review services for essays and math problems.
- For test takers - TutorWV provides live tutoring help for standardized exams such as the GED, ASVAB, and AP. The program offers self-guided resources, practice quizzes, video lessons, and test-preparation resources for The Princeton Review, including SAT, ACT, self-paced courses, MCAT and LSAT practice exams and others.
- For job seekers - TutorWV offers live interview preparation, help with job searches and applications, and drop-off resume and cover letter review.
To connect with the program services and a tutor use the following link TutorWV