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LFCC (Becoming Laurel Ridge) is undergoing a transformation to become a more comprehensive resource to our current and prospective students. In an effort to expand the regional workforce program knowledge of key partners in the community, we are expanding our efforts to share relevant and timely updates in workforce programs, both credit and noncredit, offered through the college.
Twice a year at both the Middletown Campus and Fauquier Campus, we will convene community partners to hold the Regional Workforce Information Summit (RWIS), informative sessions on the programs available to support the clients they encounter wishing to pursue short-term career training programs to enter the workforce.
In advance of the bi-annual summit, we will conduct participant meeting surveys to solicit input and feedback on the timely and dynamic topics our community partners want to learn more about as it pertains to workforce opportunities. We will also develop a list of FAQs in advance of the event, to make this meeting as informative and efficient as possible for the investment of your time. We are excited to meet together and share this important information for the future success of your clients and our students!
Additional details and information will be pushed to this event page and by email to pre-registered attendees. Advanced registration is strongly encouraged.
Upcoming Event Dates
Interested in attending an upcoming RWIS event? All events take place 9:00 am – 11:00 am.
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