In addition to regular board meetings, members also participate on standing committees to set policy and provisions for specific activities. Currently, standing committees include: Executive Committee, Business and Planning Committee, One Stop Policy and Oversight Committee and the Youth Committee.
Executive Committee: The committee provides program oversight, supports system alignment, and service integration. The committee also reviews monthly fiscal reports and manages the budget allocations for all workforce development activities and is authorized to take action on behalf of, and report back to, the WDB when time sensitive issues are at hand. The committee meets every 4th Wednesday of each month at 11:00 a.m., or as when needed.
Business & Planning: The committee strategizes and oversees the outreach and delivery of business services to meet the workforce needs of high-demand sectors of the local and regional economies. Analyzes and understand trends in order to respond to local business needs. Additionally, the committee is tasked with focusing on the local and regional plans that establish the overall vision and strategy for the local and regional workforce. The committee meets every 3rd Thursday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as when needed.
One Stop Policy Oversight Committee: The committee is responsible for the creation of and adherence to all WDB policies in accordance with WIOA directives. The committee also provides information to assist with operational and other issues relating to the One-Stop delivery system and partnering service providers. Information and assistance related to the provision of services to individuals with disabilities, including issues relating to compliance with WIOA section 188-Nondiscrimination, if applicable, and are also provided through the committee. The committee meets every 3rd Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as when needed.
Youth Committee: The committee is responsible for providing information and to assist with planning, operational, and other issues relating to the provision of services to youth. In addition, the committee is responsible for the oversight of the WIOA Youth Program that provides eligible youth, with emphasis on Out-of-School Youth, various opportunities and services to help them to be successful in the workforce and school. The committee meets every 2nd Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as when needed.