Governor’s Workforce Board submits reports

The Governor’s Workforce Board recently submitted the Unlocking Apprenticeship Report and FY2017 Annual Report (which includes the comprehensive Unified Expenditure and Program Report). FY2017 was an impactful year for the state’s workforce development network, as we helped Rhode Islanders obtain employment through job training, career services, and other assistance. The reports meet the Governor’s goal of helping more Rhode Islanders obtain the skills they need to get high wage, high demand jobs of today and in the future.

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