This is an AMVETS Hawaii Bulletin for widest dissemination:
We are pleased to announce AMVETS Hawaii partnership with Oahu Workforce Investment Board, City and County of Honolulu. Our partnership will benefit us greatly, especially having the use of their classrooms for workshops such as: Resume Writing, Interview skills, Computers and Finance.
Board Members are appointed by the Mayor per specific member categories set by Federal law. Members established teams to focus on the following key activities of systemwide impact [P.L. 105-220 Section 117(d)(7) and (8)]: 1. Hire Our Heroes; 2. Strategic Planning; 3. Marketing and Networking of Oahu WorkLinks with the business community; 4. Policies and Monitoring of Oahu WorkLinks; and 5. Youth Council.
The Board oversees and sets policy direction for Oahu’s local system of one-stop centers — “Oahu WorkLinks.” These centers provide federally funded employer resources and job training services for businesses and job seekers and youth activities.
Checkout OWIB great resources at: www.owib.org