North Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board
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What's new?

North Central Workforce Board Strategic Plan

WIOA One stop Career Center Operator
Request for Proposals
Budget Narrative
Budget Detail
Organizational Chart
Submission Checklist
Local Allocations
Integrated Budget
Bidders Conference Attendees
Bidders Conference Questions & Answers
Cost Allocation
Evaluation checklist for reviewers

North Central WIB Director Receives MACWIC Honorary “Manufacturing Vigilante” Award at MACWIC Technical Education Conference (PDF)

Manufacturing and DEI-V 2015

VIDEO: Building on Success - North Central Massachusetts

President Obama Signs Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act

Full Board Meeting Dates
North Central MA Chamber of Commerce
860 South Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
December 13, 2016
March 14, 2017
June 13, 2017

Executive Committee Meeting
August 23, 2016
November 15, 2016
February 14, 2017
May 9, 2017


Welcome to the North Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board

Who are we?

The North Central Workforce Investment Board is a private non-profit corporation designated by the Governor to serve as the local workforce investment board for the north central region under the new Federal Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA).

Board members are appointed for three year terms by the local chief elected official.

Who do we serve?

The Board serves twenty three cities and towns primarily in Northern Worcester County designated by the governor as the Local Workforce Development area under the new Federal Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act. Those cities and towns include:

Ashburnham • Clinton • Lancaster • Sterling • Ashby • Fitchburg
Leominster • Templeton • Ayer • Gardner • Lunenburg • Townsend
Barre • Groton • Pepperell • Westminster • Berlin • Harvard • Princeton
Winchendon • Bolton • Hubbardston • Shirley

The Board is responsible for the policy and oversight of all state and federal workforce development initiatives in the region. Our membership includes over 30 local leaders from both the private and public sectors however as required by law over fifty percent of our members are private sector business leaders.

If you are interested in serving on the Board please feel free to contact us at 978 534-1023.