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Local Links Top of page

Tri-Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau
http://www.visittri-cities.com/
Tri-Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau that offers information on a multitude of recreational, cultural and historical activities.


Tri-City Herald
http://www.tri-cityherald.com
On-line version of the Tri-Cities local newspaper.


Tri-City Industrial Development Council
http://www.tridec.org
Information on our local economic development partner organization.



WIA Information Top of page

Federal One Stop Site
http://usworkforce.org/whatsnew/asp/whatsnew.asp#136
WIA Final Regulations - 8-11-00


National Association of Workforce Boards WIA News
http://capwiz.com/nawb/issues/alert/?alertid=43629
Information of late breaking WIA news from the House and Senate. Send a letter of support for WIA legislation to your congressional representative.



WorkSource Top of page

WorkSouce Website
http://www.go2worksource.com
WorkSource Washington- Washington State's official career and employment site. Job seekers- search jobs, post your resume, apply for jobs online.


WorkSource Columbia Basin Home Page
http://www.tricitiesworks.com
Comprised of more than 12 public and private community partners, Tri-Cities Works' primary mission is to provide an online delivery system that simplifies access to more than 50 workforce-related services.



Government Top of page

Department of Energy
http://www.doe.gov
The primary web site for all department of energy related activities. Includes a comprehensive list of all DOE contractors with relevant links.


Hanford web site
http://www.hanford.gov
Hanford internet web site.


US Department of Labor - Employment and Training Administration
http://www.doleta.gov/
Information on national trends and legislation from the Department of Labor.


Washington's Interactive Labor Market Access
https://fortress.wa.gov/esd/employmentdata/
Washington States comprehensive access to occupational and labor market information.


Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
http://www.wa.gov/wtb/
Information and links about the Washington State approach to workforce development.



Workforce Development Top of page

National Association of Workforce Boards
http://www.nawb.org/
Information pertinent to board members of local workforce councils.


Washington Workforce Association
http://www.washingtonworkforce.org/
The Washington Workforce Association (WWA) is the statewide association that promotes, enhances, and serves the interests of Washington State's Workforce Development Councils. Our vision is to help create the most competitive workforce in the global econo