Workforce Solutions presents award to Brownwood Municipal Development District
Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas hosted a 25th anniversary celebration and Sterling awards ceremony on Wednesday in Abilene, where the winners included the Brownwood Municipal Development District.
The event featured remarks from key executives including Texas Workforce Commission Executive Director Ed Serna, a short video commemorating recent successes, and a presentation of the Sterling Awards.
The Sterling Awards recognize economic development, community and educational organizations for their partnership. “Sterling Award recipients are special partners who have consistently collaborated and supported workforce development initiatives over the past 25 years,” said Mary Ross, executive director of Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas. “The initiatives benefit businesses, communities and residents of West Central Texas. The Brownwood Municipal Development District was honored at the ceremony.
Other recipients: 2-1-1 A Call for Help, City of Abilene, Abilene Industrial Foundation, Breckenridge Economic Development Corporation, Cisco College, Development Corporation of Abilene, Development Corporation of Snyder, Eastland Economic Development Corporation, Ranger College, region XIV Education Service Center, Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development, Inc., Texas Midwest Community Network, Texas State Technical College, and Western Texas College.
The Board of Directors of Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas is responsible for overseeing and developing local workforce policies and training programs. We are committed to strengthening the economic vitality of our 19-county region by investing in the success of residents and businesses. Our assistance and expertise are aimed at both the job seeker and the employer. Visit our website at www.wfswct.org. Employer / equal opportunities program. Aids and ancillary services are available, upon request, for people with disabilities.