• NASWA Veteran Services Conference 2015

    The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) invites you to join us in the Nation’s Capital for the second NASWA Conference focusing solely on serving Veterans. The “NASWA Veteran Services Conference 2015” will be held Wednesday, July 22 – starting at 8:00 a.m., and will end at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 23, 2015. The Conference will be held at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel near the U.S. Capitol Building.     Read More >  LINK >

  • NASWA Bulletin - April 6, 2015

    This edition of NASWA Bulletin contains articles including: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Draft Regulations Released; NASWA Hosts Webinar with Intergovernmental Partners on WIOA Transition and Implementation; WIOA Youth Guidance Released by ETA, USDOL; NASWA Survey Shows Most Common Organization of Workforce Programs within State Workforce Agencies; 2015 Trust Fund Solvency Report Released; Department of Education Announces New Awards for Data Systems Projects; and more.     Read More >  

  • 79th Annual NASWA Conference

    The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development are pleased to invite you to the 79th Annual NASWA Conference. It will be held October 7 – 9, 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre.     Read More >  LINK >

  • 2015 NASWA UI Directors’ Conference and IT/Legal Issues Forum

    The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions invites you to join us in Albuquerque, NM for the 2015 NASWA UI Directors’ Conference and IT/Legal Issues Forum October 19-22, 2015. The 2015 conference will celebrate UI’s 80th anniversary as well be a forum to share innovative ideas, policies and best practices for the federal-state unemployment insurance (UI) system. Online Registration and hotel details are now available.     Read More >  LINK >

  • Indiana's Virtual Career Counselor for Veterans

    This interactive tool allows veterans to see what type of job in Indiana their military training has prepared them for or estimate the time needed to transition to another career. "Transition time," while measured in weeks of academic, technical or vocational training, is a relative measure to provide an estimate of the relative time moving from one type of job to another. This method, in effect, compares the similarity of education and training between occupations.     Read More >  LINK >


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  • Equifax Workforce Solutions
  • Fast Enterprises
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