In preparation for the 2015-2016 cycle, MAWD is seeking nominations for its board of directors. The annual conference will serve as the election venue. Open positions this year include four three at-large board positions, one for a one-year term and three for two-year terms. Committee chair positions are open for the Public Information, Business Relations, Read More
The Heldrich Center is proud to announce the release of a video featuring interviews with national and international scholars and experts as they offer recommendations on what should be done to address the workforce challenges facing the United States. The video features speakers who participated in the October 2014 conference, Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Read More
Each year MAWD provides two $1,500 scholarships to deserving MAWD members or their spouse or children who are pursuing post-secondary education. The deserving recipients must meet the criteria found on MAWD’s website. The scholarship awards will be presented at the MAWD conference in June. MAWD also provides Professional of the Year and Keystone awards to Read More
Registration is now open and MAWD is ready to help you chart a new course for the new era of workforce development that is emerging. The 2015 annual conference is slated for June 2-4 at Tan-Tar-A in Osage Beach. Back by popular demand are conference tracks geared toward specialties within the workforce system. Conference planners are Read More
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MAWD participates in state and national coalitions to spread the word about the benefits and roles of workforce development. Missouri’s economy is made stronger every day thanks in part to the workforce system.