Piedmont Workforce Network

Request for Proposals for WIOA Adult & Dislocated Worker Programs and One-Stop Operator, and Youth Services. Click here to be directed to the RFP’s.

In today’s knowledge-based economy, our community’s ability to attract, retain, and grow new industry depends on a skilled workforce. An integrated, effective workforce development system can provide local residents with the skills needed to fill new jobs with expanding companies and can contribute to our community’s attractiveness as a place to locate a business.

Aligning workforce programs with overall community strategies will encompass transportation, housing, education, social service and physical infrastructure improvements. Developing systematic linkages between economic development and workforce development provides enormous benefits to employers, workers, and the community as a whole.


The Piedmont Workforce Network covers Planning Districts 9 & 10 to make up the Local Workforce Development Area VI.

Call (434) 979-5610