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Alabama Workforce Council

The Alabama Workforce Council (AWC) is comprised of business executives from some of the most important industries and organizations in the state of Alabama. The Council’s goal is to facilitate collaboration between government and industry to help Alabama develop a sustainable, top-notch workforce that is competitive on a global scale. Since its inception, the Council has been committed to analyzing important issues related to workforce development and making sound recommendations that will help to create more and better opportunities for all Alabamians.

In 2013, Governor Robert Bentley established the College and Career Task Force, which was comprised of leaders from education, industry, and government. One key recommendation by the Task Force was for the state to establish the Alabama Workforce Council. In 2014, the Legislature created the Alabama Workforce Council and members were appointed.

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