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CWIB members go on retreat
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Coastal Workforce Investment Board (CWIB) members Michael King and David Atkins of Effingham County - photo by Photo provided
The Coastal Workforce Investment Board (CWIB) members, including Michael King and David Atkins of Effingham County, came together at their 2010 retreat June 16-18 at St. Simons Island.
The CWIB is a private-sector-led, planning and policy-making entity whose primary responsibility is ensuring that programs funded by the Workforce Investment Act are run effectively and efficiently. The members are appointed by local elected officials and represent the nine counties (Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh) that comprise the Coastal Workforce area.
The event was a chance to celebrate the achievements of the previous year including a successful summer youth program funded by ARRA stimulus dollars, the establishment of group-size training and internship programs and the opening of an additional “One-Stop” Center in Effingham County. The board built on prior achievements and existing goals to develop next year’s work plan.