WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT 

Workforce development is a priority for Page County.  We place a great emphasis on developing a trained workforce to meet the needs of our employers. In effort to build and strengthen our workforce and assist with job placement for individuals who are in pursuit of success careers, the County continues to build on our partnerships with our local public school system, to include our expanding Technical Center, Lord Fairfax Community College, and the Valley Workforce Development Office.  




LOCAL PROGRAMS


Page County Technical Center    
PAGE COUNTY TECHNICAL CENTER  Preparing Students for Successful Entry into the 21st Century Workplace and Beyond.


Workforce Solutions at Lord Fairfax Community College serves the individuals and businesses throughout the community with high-quality, relevant course offerings in business, professional development and continuing education. Learn more about their services on their website


ValleyCareerHub

Valley Career Hub is a collaborative effort among the business, education, and economic development communities in the Shenandoah Valley to broaden awareness of high-demand, high-growth, high-wage careers in our region and promote local training opportunities for these careers.






STATE PROGRAMS

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Virginia Jobs Investment Program provides services and funding to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change. 


Dream It. Do It. Virginia is a free career resource tool built by Virginia's advanced technology sector to help individuals learn more about exciting fields of possible future employment.


 The Virginia Employment Commission (VEC), a partner in the Virginia Workforce Network (VWN), is the public employment service established to assist employers in finding qualified workers and to assist workers in finding suitable jobs.