The Little Rock Workforce Development Board (LRWDB) lost one of its longest serving members with the passing of Reverend James McCarther on September 10, 2020. Mr. McCarther was first appointed to the LRWDB in July 2002, when it was known as the Little Rock Workforce Investment Board. He was a successful business person and servant … [more]
Due to state and national concerns regarding the Caronovirus, the Disability to Inclusion Business Summit event at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center on March 18 has been POSTPONED until further notice.
The Little Rock Workforce Development Board (LRWDB) announces the publication of its WIOA Transitional Local Plan Update. This plan update is available to the public and all interested organizations for review and comment for thirty (30) days commencing Sept. 1, 2019, at the Arkansas Workforce Center at Little Rock, located at 5401 S. University Ave., … [more]
On January 1, 2019 Frank Scott Jr. was sworn in as the Mayor of Little Rock and, therefore, the Chief Elected Official (CEO) of the Little Rock Workforce Development Board (LRWDB). LRWDB Chair, Bryan Day, is reaching out to Mayor Scott and his transition team for an introductory meeting. Mayor Scott is the first popularly-elected … [more]
The Helping Youth Pursue Excellence (H.Y.P.E.) team has scheduled a registration event for Project Reach: December 2nd, 11am-1pm Arkansas Workforce Center, 5401 South University Ave, Little Rock H.Y.P.E. is a FREE academic and employment training program through YouthBuild that offers career pathways into the workforce. Attendees at Project Reach will receive resources for FREE Certified … [more]