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"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." ― John Quincy Adams

Includes links to WIOA partners and resources for establishing and maintaining contact with community agencies and local business partners.


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Sector Strategies and Career Pathways Academy
This website is an online learning academy for Virginia's Workforce Professionals.

Virginia Career Works
Eight agencies collaborate on Virginia’s workforce needs. These agencies assist job seekers in finding jobs, employers in recruiting Virginia’s talent, and policymakers in locating the information they need to make solid decisions.

Virginia Literacy Foundation
The Virginia Literacy Foundation (VLF) provides funding and technical support to private, volunteer literacy organizations throughout Virginia via challenge grants, training, and direct consultation. Our community-based literacy organizations teach adults who read at or below basic literacy levels with one-on-one instruction and small group tutoring.

WIOA: What Human Service Agencies and Advocates Need to Know
Advancing economic opportunities for low-income adults and youth.

WIOA: Partnerships
An interview with Brian Davis, ED, Capital Region Workforce Partnership.

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The VALRC, located at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU School of Education), is funded primarily through the VA Department of Education.