Board Information

​​​​​​​Workforce Development Board and Documentation

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Workforce Development Board
Oakland County's Workforce Development Division administers state and federally funded workforce programs and services on behalf of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and the Oakland County Workforce Development Board (WDB).

Oakland County is committed to strengthening Michigan's economy by providing a wide range of business and talent services that help employers find skilled workers and job seekers find employment. Strong ties with economic and community development agencies, businesses and learning institutions as well as other Michigan Works! Agencies in Southeast Michigan keep Oakland County in the forefront when addressing workforce development needs. 

Whether you are a business or a job seeker, Oakland County's Workforce Development Division offers convenient one-stop access to workforce programs and services at eight Oakland County Works! Service Centers. 

Christina Tribuzio, Chair 
Oakland County Workforce Development Board
 
Jennifer Llewellyn, Manager 
Oakland County Workforce Development​ Division 
248-452-2256

Oakland County Michigan Works!
Career and Education Advisory Council (CEAC)

​Oakland County Michigan Works! is one of sixteen geographic areas that the Michigan Talent Investment Agency (TIA) funds to provide workforce development services for job seekers, incumbent workers, employers, and youth across Oakland County. In partnership with employers, educators, economic developers, and community organizations, Oakland County Michigan Works! is committed to creating a qualified workforce that meets the current and future talent needs of Oakland County companies.

The Career and Education Advisory Council (CEAC) was designed to bring together a collaborative partnership with local school districts, employers, postsecondary institutions, advocates, labor, and training centers to identify significant talent needs. The roles and responsibilities of the CEAC include:

  • Advise the Oakland County Workforce Development Board on the educational portion of the Local Plan;
  • Coordinate with other educational entities in guiding career development programs and career pathways, such as high schools, community colleges, career and technical education, prisoner reentry programs, corrections education, veterans' programs, and college access networks in support of the Oakland County Workforce Development Board's mission and strategy;
  • Assist the Oakland County Workforce Development Board with the development and implementation of career pathways;
  • Advise the Oakland County Workforce Development Board on a strategy that includes alignment of adult education programs and services; and
  • Create a process and criteria to identify eligible adult education providers to receive funds allocated under Section 107.

Here is the schedule for the Oakland County CEAC. Any questions regarding the Oakland County CEAC may be directed to  Jennifer Llewellyn, Manager, Workforce Development at 248.452.2256 or llewellynj@oakgov.com