Business Connects Magazine
About the Business Connects Magazine
This volume of the magazine by Mesa County Workforce Center provides a window into the advice from business leaders, professional services, the latest skill assessment systems and must know computer software for any job field.
Our mission goes beyond simple career readiness. It goes towards providing programs and workshops that provide lifestyle stability. Mesa County Workforce Center strives to be at the heart of activity in the Grand Valley area to help individuals are companies get their careers back on track, improve skill sets, and support the economy through workforce development.
A Word from The Director:
"The spirit of the new federal workforce legislation, The Workforce Innovation, and Opportunity Act, is alive and well in Mesa County, and we are years ahead of the curve. Mesa County is unique in that we foster innovation of program delivery to ensure that our customers have access to the best and most useful services in their journey. With this comes the important partnerships we share with our employer community as well as our education partners.
The Workforce Center services as support and conduit to employers who are looking to identify, recruit, and train new talent, as well as offering state-of-the-art services for job fairs and employer training events. We work with our education community, the business community, and jobseekers to ensure that local talent is being cultivated and matched up with our local employers."
~ Curtis Englehart
Table of Contents:
7...Mesa County Economy
8...ACT Work Ready Communities
11...Industries Profile: Manufacturing
14...Veteran Employment & Training
19...Industry Profile: Arts/Entertainment/Recreation
20...Developing Tomorrows Leaders
21...Industry Profile: Hospitality/Tourism
22...Business Center & Conference Rooms
24...GED & ESL
25...Industry Profile: Healthcare
26...Industry Profile: Aviation/Aerospace
28...TANF/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
30...Colorado Child Care Assistance Program