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Gov. Wolf, Business and Labor Leaders Unveil Strategy to Strengthen Pennsylvania’s Workforce

Governor Tom Wolf was joined by leaders of business, labor and economic development, and several cabinet members today to release the first report from the governor’s Keystone Economic Development and Workforce Command Center. The strategic public-private partnership, created by Gov. Wolf last February, identifies barriers to employment and provides recommendations for action by the governor,…

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Governor Wolf Announces New Apprenticeship Opportunities in Luzerne County

Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $297,000 in new funding to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local Union 163 Jointly Operated Apprenticeship Training Program (JATC). The funding will build on the governor’s commitment to expanding job training opportunities in Pennsylvania. “Organizations like IBEW are key players in my administration’s efforts to provide…

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Gov. Wolf Announces PA Innovation Plan Proposal

Governor Tom Wolf today announced an ambitious budget proposal to fuel innovation across Pennsylvania, making the commonwealth a national competitor in attracting and retaining entrepreneurs and startups through strategic funding and community support. “A strong community and entrepreneurial network are crucial for success. This holds true for start-ups, as well as established businesses,” said Gov.…

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Gov. Wolf: Reach Out PA New Online Feedback Form Seeks Public Input on Mental Health Resource Needs

Governor Tom Wolf today introduced an online form for Pennsylvanians to provide feedback on mental health barriers, services and how the state can better support people’s mental health needs. The creation of the form is on the heels of the governor’s Jan. 2 announcement of Reach Out PA: Your Mental Health Matters initiative to reduce…

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Gov. Wolf’s 2020-21 Budget Will Further Protect Vulnerable Populations

Governor Tom Wolf today outlined how his 2020-21 budget further demonstrates his commitment to protecting the most vulnerable Pennsylvanians by proposing to expand comprehensive training for direct care workers, reduce waiting lists for care, and increasing staff in specific service areas, including child welfare, among other key investments. The governor was joined by Senator Vince…

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