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.

Today marks a full week since the start of the 430th session of the Maryland General Assembly. To keep updated about Session, click here to access the General Assembly's website. Like many Marylanders, we're especially interested in learning more about Governor Martin O'Malley's job creation agenda

MWC's President/CEO Andy Moser will attend tomorrow's Maryland Chamber of Commerce's Annual Business Day in Annapolis, while other MWC staff simultaneously attend the Annapolis and Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce's Annual Legislative Breakfast. Hope to see you there!   
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.   
Press Release
The Maryland Workforce Corporation (MWC) is delighted to celebrate its first anniversary. “Public-private partnerships are a new way of doing business that will help Maryland strengthen our workforce and compete and win in the new economy,” said Governor O’Malley. “I am pleased to celebrate the first successful year of the Maryland Workforce Corporation, which has allowed for the acquisition of over $4 million in federal grants that keep our economy strong and growing.”

“We’ve had an amazing start, from MWC’s creation as an act of Maryland legislature in 2009 to July 1st last year when I arrived at our headquarters with a box and chair,” explained Andy Moser, MWC’s president/CEO. “In addition to administering more than $4 million in federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grants, we’ve also served as the administrative entity for $2.9 million in state and private grants through our relationships with a variety of partners, including the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, the Maryland Higher Education Commission, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Tri-County Council of Southern Maryland, and Abt and Associates, among others.”

According to George Maloney, chair of MWC’s Board of Directors, “The Maryland Workforce Corporation also recently concluded its first successful independent audit with no findings, a point of pride for all of us on the Board. Our goal for MWC is to create a competitive workforce that best serves Maryland’s dynamic business community, and on behalf of our Board, we’ll work to make that goal a reality.”