Whether you’re a start-up or an existing business in Fayette County, you may need help scaling your workforce to meet the needs of your business.
Fay-Penn Economic Development Council can assist with finding the right person with the proper education and skillset to propel your company. Even before you meet with Fay-Penn, we're already doing work at the local level to make sure both residents and students are aware of the opportunities you and your fellow businesses bring to the area. Once Fay-Penn connects you with the right people for your business, we're working hard to make sure that workforce is well-trained, in addition to making sure you're taking advantage of any money-saving opportunities by employing that local workforce.
Pennsylvania CareerLink: Pennsylvania CareerLink provides resources to individuals, employers, and training providers through its JobGateway service. Fay-Penn partnered with CareerLink to offer an educational series geared toward helping employers with recruitment and retention and employees with gaining meaningful skills for the workforce.
Pennsylvania On-The-Job Training (OJT): Wage reimbursement to companies training new employees.
Pennsylvania Workforce and Economic Development Network (WEDnetPA): Funding to train new or existing employees in essential skills and advanced technology. Applicable both to in-state businesses and companies relocating to Pennsylvania.
Fayette Chamber of Commerce: Fay-Penn's partnership with the Fayette Chamber includes cohosting events, collaborating with the Fayette Business Education Partnership — a county-wide workforce development initiative, — developing new events and projects, and advertising assistance.
Private Industry Council (PIC): PIC offers programs including internships, apprenticeships, training dollars, and training offerings.
Workforce Investment Board: The WIB offers a wide array of workforce development programming.