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What Do We Do?

The West Central Indiana Region 4 Workforce Development Board is the fiscal agent for grant funds that provide workforce development services in Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fountain, Howard, Miami, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Warren and White counties.

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Workforce Trends

We can answer your questions regarding employment rates, occupations that are in demand, economic growth, and more in West Central Indiana.

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Building a Better Region

By providing skills and knowledge, we will make our region known for its innovation and a national model for workforce development that is bursting with opportunity.

Learn About Ready to Work

Made possible by a $7.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor,
Ready to Work is an advanced manufacturing training and work-based
learning program designed to convert long-term unemployed individuals
to employees in the advanced manufacturing sector.

Learn More

Region 4 Workforce Board MODIFIED DRAFT Local Plan for (WIOA) Workforce Investment Opportunity Act Services for the period July 1, 2016-June 30, 2020 is available for review. Click on the following links for the Draft Modified Local Plan and Attachments. The Local Plan has been modified.  The original text is stricken and the modifications to the plan are indicated in RED.

We invite you to review and provide comments by September 30, 2018.  Comments should be submitted by email to Roger Feldhaus, Region 4 Workforce Board Executive Director at rfeldhaus@tap.lafayette.in.us

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In order to best serve West Central Indiana, the West Central Indiana Region 4 Workforce Board is divided into committees.

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We can provide businesses and employers assistance with hiring, education and training initiatives, growth, workforce development, and more.

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For WIA money to pay for a job seeker’s training, the state requires that the occupational training program to be certified by a Workforce Investment Board in Indiana.