Jobs are available for skilled workers! If eligible, you could receive free training and earn valuable credentials to help land in-demand jobs in the health technology sector. WIN is working with the Bioworks Foundation to use a technical skills grant to provide free training and job placement services for long-term unemployed or underemployed workers. Find out more about this great opportunity by contacting Lori Ross at 901-636-7954.
Bryce Corporation is hiring! If interested in open positions with Bryce Corp., please upload your resume to WINrecruits. Make sure to indicate your interest by typing "Bryce Corp" somewhere in the Additional Information box on the registration/user page.
The Made In Memphis Manufacturing Industry Survey Report has been published and is now available to the public. Please follow the link to the Survey Report to read the document and the consortium's recommendations.
As part of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s (TDLWFD) annual planning cycle, WIN has updated the previous LWIA 13 Strategic Plan. The updated Strategic Plan contains revisions to the plan previously submitted on December 15, 2011, with the understanding that a new plan will be prepared based on Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence Baldridge Level II application requirements. The LWIA 13 2013 Strategic Plan is available for viewing by clicking the link in the document's title.
Information and documents for the WIA training provider approval process are now available on our website. Please click here to access the information and required documents.
RFPs, RFQs, Bid Specifications, and other procurement documents are now available on our RFPs, RFQs, & Procurement Info page. Current documents include bid specs for a contract to assess the ability of eligible LWIA 13 participants to succeed in healthcare-related training and professions, and bid specs for certified training for participants in the YouthBuild program.