Please direct all media inquiries to:

Erica Mulberger, Executive Director
Phone: (570) 568-6868
Fax: (570) 568-6867

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CPWDC Rebrands to Advance Central PA

May 10, 2021

Lewisburg – The Central Pennsylvania Workforce Development Corporation (CPWDC), the local Workforce Development Board (WDB) for the Central Pennsylvania region, announced today that it has rebranded to Advance Central PA…

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CPWDC Receives Grant Increasing Access to Treatment and Career Coaching Opportunities

November 12, 2020

Lewisburg — Central PA Workforce Development Corporation (CPWDC), in partnership with Geisinger and SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG) received $ 1,018,500 from the Appalachian Regional Commission to create an ecosystem that increases career opportunities and access to addiction treatment services through a cross-partner referral and treatment program…

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Man Honored With Governor’s Achievement Youth Award

October 27, 2020

Milton — Tucson Barlow fled a religious sect in the Midwest without education or clear goals but said he was able to transform his life through programs at the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU)…

Livability Study to Help Attract Quality Employers

April 26, 2021

A new program called Livability encourages business investment, talent recruitment and relocation by reaching corporate executives, site selectors, entrepreneurs, talented individuals, families and visitors attracted to Pennsylvania’s quality of life…

Pandemic Highlights the Value of Workforce Development Networks

July 8, 2020

Williamsport – When Maria Joseph Manor continuing care facility in Danville needed hand sanitizer, the hair care products company Function of Beauty in Catawissa came through with 100 bottles. When Geisinger Medical needed face shields for its doctors and nurses, DiamondBack Truck Covers in Phillipsburg stepped up. And when teachers in seven school districts needed face masks to safely hand out school lunches, doctors and nurses in the region volunteered on their precious time off to get them made…