The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board is a partnership of business, labor and
government that provides leadership, planning, coordination, evaluation and performance
management, policy development for the state’s Workforce Development System, and advises
the Governor and Legislature on workforce issues. The Workforce Development System includes
18 major programs and seven administering agencies, and annually represents an $886 million
The Board administers federal career and technical education funds as part of the state’s
comprehensive plan and provides federal funds to high schools and skills centers through the
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and to colleges through the State Board for
Community and Technical Colleges. The Board is the Workforce Investment Board required
under the federal Workforce Investment Act.
Specific activities include evaluating the performance and accountability of Washington’s major
workforce programs; involving all customers, especially business and labor, in the policy and
program development work required for Washington’s Workforce Development System; providing
information, reports, planning documents and surveys that address the workforce needs of
Washington’s employers and workers as well as the economy; providing licensing and consumer
protection activities for Washington’s private career schools and colleges and administering a
tuition guarantee fund for students enrolled in those institutions; and providing program approval
for career and technical education programs so that veterans may receive their educational
benefits from the U.S. Veterans’ Administration.
The Board has 28 full-time staff and its 2005-07 budget consists of $2.46 million from state
general funds and $53.89 million from federal general funds.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
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Name Job Title Salary(monthly or hourly) ANDERSON, GENA M SEC ADMIN 2984 BARTLETT, DARLENE J SEC ADMIN 2645 BRENNAN, MICHAEL J PG MGR TEC SP 3 4653 COLBERT, TERESA A VOC EDUC PRG SPC 4540 DONAHOO, DIANE L SEC ADMIN 2984 FREDERICKS, HEATHER WMS BAND 2 4770 HINSCH, ROBERT G INFO TECH S S 2 3916 HU, SHIZHANG RES INVEST 3 5209 JAMZADEH, MEHRNAZ RES INVEST 3 5015 LUND, PAMELA M EMS BAND 3 6250 MAI, MINH V FINANCIAL ANAL 2 3376 MC CALLUM, J MARTIN WMS BAND 2 5476 MIX, BARBARA L SEC ADMIN 2984 PRUITT, R WESLEY WMS BAND 2 4813 PYLE, KAREN G RESEARCH ANAL 4 4216 REISTER, MARY A CONF. SECRETARY 4043 RUDOLPH, PEGGY L VOC EDUC PRG SPC 4888 SAUNDERS, ELLEN O B EXEC. DIRECTOR 7443 SPENCER, PATRICIA K VOC EDUC PRG SPC 4888 STENSENG, TANA R GEN MGR VOC ED 5398 THOMPSON, MADELINE A WMS BAND 2 4594 WALLER, LUCITA M SEC ADMIN 2984 WELCH, DEAUN R GRAPHIC DSGNR 1 2984 WILLIAMS, WILMER L VOC EDUC PRG SPC 4888 WILSON, BRYAN D EMS BAND 3 6254 WOLFHAGEN, CARL F WMS BAND 2 5580 WONG, WALTER S VOC EDUC AD 5669By clicking on the rainbow colored square icon, you can see information about the people who look at these webpages. These statistics report meters are free to anybody.
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