Workforce is a need for any business and Prince George County can fulfill that need with a much talented workforce. Prince George County offers a labor market of 650,000 aged 16+ within a 40 miles radius. Prince George County workforce and partners are ready to assist and supply your business with talented, well-trained employees.
Virginia's Gateway Region Economic Development While the Gateway Region has the people you need to staff your company, VGR has access to the resources to take your team and business to the next level. From government incentive programs to regional partnerships and continuing education opportunities, our workforce development options give employees the flexibility to find necessary training in an environment and format to best suit their needs.
Virginia Economic Development Partnership Virginia’s premier talent base makes for a world-class pool ready to meet business needs in all key employee profiles. Across industries, Virginia’s workforce is, and always has been, one of the most productive and educated populations in the country—37% of the population has a bachelor’s degree or higher, making the Commonwealth the seventh most educated state in the country.
Community College Workforce Alliance
The Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA) is the workforce development partnership between John Tyler Community College and Reynolds Community College serving the economic development and workforce needs in four cities and 12 counties of Central Virginia. The organization provides non-credit training, custom-designed instruction, consulting, skills assessments and educational programs. CCWA offers on-line registration, customer support and courses delivered by expert adjunct faculty in three convenient locations, at employer sites and on-line. Facility rentals/meeting services are also available for events, retreats, business meetings and corporate training sessions at our three locations throughout the region.
Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing
CCAM delivers innovative solutions for manufacturing better products. An applied research center, CCAM provides production-ready advanced manufacturing solutions to member companies across the globe. Members guide the research, leveraging talent and resources within CCAM and at Virginia’s top universities, through a collaborative model that enables them to pool R&D efforts to increase efficiencies. Results can then be applied directly to the factory floor, turning ideas into profit faster and more affordably than ever before. CCAM is located in a state-of-the-art research facility in Prince George County, Virginia.
Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems
CCALS is the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems, a unique collaboration between industry, government and universities designed to deliver transformational improvements to logistics systems.
Virginia Career Works
The Crater Regional Workforce Development Board creates and sustains powerful connections between businesses and job seekers through Virginia Career Works, a statewide network of employment professionals.