Steve Bent

Update on WDC and Covid-19

Given the tenuous climate created by the COVID-19 outbreak, are writing to provide you with an update regarding the 2020 Workforce Development Conference. At this writing, IAWP remains committed to hosting the 2020 Workforce Development Conference in Pittsburgh, June 28 – July 1, 2020.  The health and safety of our attendees, speakers, and staff is …

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IAWP Extends Early Registration Deadline & Remains Committed to Hosting 2020 Workforce Development Conference

  3267 Bee Caves Road Suite 107-104 Austin, Texas 78746 info@iawponline.org • 1-888-898-9960 www.iawponline.org March 10, 2020 The International Association of Workforce Professionals remains committed to hosting it’s 2020 Workforce Development Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 28 – July 1, 2020.   The health and safety of our attendees and staff is our uncompromising priority so we are …

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Promotional Opportunities

Promotional Opportunities The Workforce Development Conference is a comprehensive, multi-day conference that offers educational training and networking events for a national community of workforce professionals looking for new and innovative ways to support and administer local workforce programs. On average, 175-200 professionals from all walks of the workforce community attend, including representatives from workforce agencies, …

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Reasons to Attend

Top Five Reasons to Attend the 2019 Workforce Development Conference Stay Relevant–Our educational programs will cover what’s new in the workforce profession, strategies to improve your work and what others are doing to tackle the issues and challenges faced by today’s workforce communities. Industry Trendsetters–Our content leaders are at the forefront of the workforce profession …

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