About

Workforce Investment System

Authorized by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, the System is founded on the principles of universal access, streamlined services, customer choice, client satisfaction, performance accountability and continuous improvement.

It is demand-driven, focusing on businesses as well as job seekers.

It embodies the One-Stop concept bringing information about access to employment, education and training to a single location.

 

FLWIB Staff

Karen A. Springmeier – Executive Director

Michael Woloson – Business Service Coordinator

Debbie Sowards – Fiscal Coordinator

Amanda (Johnson) Lesterhuis – Youth Systems Coordinator

Dinah Brennan – Executive Assistant

 

FLWIB By-Laws