Our mission is to seek, create, fund, and manage innovative, demand-driven workforce development programs. Programs that provide individuals with the education and skills they need to be successful in today's job market.

MWC President/CEO Andy Moser and staff attended the Maryland Made Easy 2012 Job Creation Symposium on Friday, December 9, 2011,  in Annapolis. Moderated by Department of Business and Economic Development Secretary Christian Johansson, the symposium featured presentations and discussions by Governor Martin O'Malley, Urban Land Institute Executive VP Maureen McAvey, Whiting Turner Construction EVP Dan White, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski. Governor O'Malley was introduced by two young entrepreneurs: Gabrielle and Danielle Williams. MWC Board Members Secretary Alexander Sanchez and Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce President Walt Townshend were also in attendance. To view Governor O'Malley's PowerPoint presentation, please click here.   
Last month, the Maryland Workforce Corporation (MWC) proudly partnered with the Maryland Biotechnology Center (a division of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development), the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, the Maryland Association of Community Colleges, and the University System of Maryland to form the Maryland Bioscience Initiative (MBI) Consortium. The Consortium applied for $5 million in grant funds from the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration to help Maryland-based bioscience employers to identify, hire, train, retain, and advance workers. The proposal had the support of 20+ bioscience employers. 
MWC President/CEO Andy Moser was recently interviewed by Baltimore Business Journal Reporter Gary Haber for his December 23rd article entitled, "State labor officials fear Md. job training programs will get 'hammered' by fed budget cuts." Moser discussed the need for MWC's formation and funding for the MI-BEST program. To see the full quote, please click here