2021-2024 WIOA Local Plan and Southeast PA Regional Plan Modification
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires local workforce development boards and workforce regions to develop and publish a strategic plan every four years that details workforce service delivery and compliance. Additionally, both local and regional plans must be reviewed for modifications every two years. The Chester County Workforce Development Board is proud to present the Chester County 2021-2024 WIOA Local Plan and the Southeast Pennsylvania 2021-2024 WIOA Regional Plan modifications, effective July 1, 2023. The Chester County Workforce Development Boards’ local plan was developed in collaboration with workforce system partners and stakeholders and details the framework through which Chester County’s workforce system aligns with regional priorities and statewide WIOA goals. Likewise, the regional plan details advancement of a comprehensive workforce system that meets the needs of career seekers and employers in Southeast Pennsylvania. That impact of that regional effort is detailed in the Southeast Pennsylvania Regional Plan and the County Local Plan, showcasing special initiates and best practices from across the region.
- 2021-2024 Revised Plan
- 2021-2024 WIOA Multi-Year Regional Plan
- Southeast Pennsylvania Regional Spotlight (presentaton)
- Chester County Workforce Equity Panel (video)
- Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Information
- PA CareerLink® Chester County - Welcome Center Orientation Video
- Workforce Data
- Equal Opportunity is the Law
The Stevens Amendment
The Stevens Amendment, Public Law 101-166, Section 511, is an appropriations provision that requires grantees of the Department of Labor (DOL), Health and Human Services (HHS), and Education to disclose for a grant program the percent of the costs financed with federal funds.
- Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs are federally supported 100% by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of an award totaling $5,320,156.07 with $0 (0%) state, local and/or non-governmental funds.
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs are federally supported 100% by the U.S. Department of Human Services as part of an award totaling $1,262,612.48 with $0 (0%) state, local, and/or non-governmental funds.
- Discretionary grants are federally supported by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of an award totaling $1,414,904.99 being state, local and/or non-governmental funds.