Welcome to the Atlantic County Workforce Development Board

Welcome to the Atlantic County Workforce Development Board

The Atlantic County Workforce Development Board has established partnerships with local businesses, community organizations, educational institutions and government agencies to provide a seamless system of employment, training and social services to residents and employers in Atlantic county.

The Board is comprised of representatives from Atlantic County. The private sector represents over half of the membership, which provides for a diverse membership drawn from the community.

The WDB has established partnerships with local businesses, community and faith based organizations, educational institutions and government agencies to plan for a seamless system of services that benefit residents and the business community. Furthermore, the Board is tasked with building an extensive network of private and public sector partners to increase business participation in the workforce system, while fostering an environment for provider collaboration and partnerships.

Board Administrative Staff

Rhonda Lowery

Executive Director

Extension: 4804
Email Rhonda

John Fata

Supervising Accountant

Extension: 4806
Email John

Alicia Oatman

Coordinator

Extension: 4853
Email Alicia

Board Recognitions

Corporate Partnership Award

Theodore E. Small Workforce Partnership Award

First Place Recognition of Excellence Award

Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Our mission is to coordinate resources and efficiently deliver workforce readiness services for the residents and businesses of Atlantic County through educational and technical skills training that responds to the needs of the employers.

Vision

Vision

To enhance the economic climate of Atlantic County by providing a skilled workforce that is responsive to the needs of all business in Atlantic County and its vicinity.

Our Goals:

Our Goals:

1. To evaluate the local workforce development system to ensure effective and efficient delivery of services
2. To garnish high quality partnerships with the private and public sector businesses
3. To increase our out of school youth services to meet the 75 percent expenditure requirement in accordance with WIOA
4. To serve as a clearinghouse for planning, labor market assessment needs and workforce development services and resources for both the residents and businesses of Atlantic County
5. To enhance our technology to quickly and effectively communicate information to all residents and businesses