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Serving Southwestern Illinois Counties

​We are a collaboration of businesses, economic development, education, human resources, communities and labor leaders.

About MAWIB

MAWIB is a collaboration of business, economic development, education, human resources, community and labor leaders seeking to improve Southwestern Illinois. We do this in many ways that include:

Serve
as a point of contact for business, industry and the public sector to communicate their workforce needs.
Promote strategies to encourage life-long learning and improve workplace skills.
Assist in the development of new training programs to benefit the region’s workforce.
Conduct planning, oversight, and evaluation of local workforce development programs, including the local One Stop Delivery System.
Coordinate efforts and activities with economic development to promote the region’s availability of qualified workers and promote coordination among business and the public sector.
 
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MAWIB Counties
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 created the framework for a National system designed to meet both the needs of the nations businesses and the needs of job seekers and those who want to further their careers. In the state of Illinois, just as across the United States, there are boards for every region. The Mid-America Workforce Investment Board (MAWIB) includes the following southwestern Illinois counties of Clinton, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair and Washington.

 

MAWIB By-Laws

Conflict of Interest Policy

Financial Procedures Handbook

Procurement Policy