The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 calls for an integrated and coordinated service delivery system that leverages and maximizes resources. To manifest its mission as a local area workforce board, CWMWDB offers an integrated diaspora of layered local services to individuals and businesses. Formulated with efficient intention and maintaining the strictest of transparency standards, open meetings and budgeting, the CWMWDB dedicates itself to the highest and best use of the American tax payer’s funds.
Learn about about our MOU Process and ongoing meetings.
The Central Western Maine Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) serves as the five county workforce implementation leader for the integrated and coordinated delivery of services for the following partners.
- Central Western Maine Workforce Development Board, Adult, Dislocated Worker & Youth programs;
- Maine Department of Education, Adult Education and Family Literacy Act programs;
- Maine Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Services, Employment Services programs;
- Maine Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Services, Trade Adjustment Assistance programs;
- Maine Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Services, Jobs for Veteran’s State Grant programs;
- Maine Department of Labor, Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, Unemployment programs;
- Maine Department of Labor, Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, Vocational Rehabilitation programs;
- Maine Community College System and Campuses, Postsecondary Carl B. Perkins Act grants;
- Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Community Services Block Grant;
- Association for Training and Development (A4TD), Senior Community Services Employment Programs;
- Eastern Maine Development Corporation, National Farmworker Jobs Program;
- Goodwill Industries of Northern New England, YouthBuild Lewiston grant, CCWI provider & Workforce Collaborative member