The Federal Workforce Innovation Opportunities Act (WIOA) which provides funding to Arkansas Division of Workforce Services is partnering with Arkansas State University Mountain Home (ASUMH) to create new funding opportunities for students as well as provide resources for local employers.
Christy Keirn, Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Community Relations at ASUMH, and Patty Methvin, Workforce Administration Director for the Northwest Arkansas Economic Development District, sat down with MJ Haworth on Talk of the Town to discuss the partnership.
Methvin explains who this program is designed for and how it helps applicants move out of poverty.
Methvin and Keirn share how those interested can get more information and begin the application process.
Classes begin January 17 at ASUMH.
For more information visit asumh.edu or call (870) 508-6100.
To hear this interview in its entirety visit KTLO.com.
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