Collaborating for Mutual Understanding

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Seventeen partners of the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board met on Jan. 18 to discuss the 2024-2026 One-Stop Partner Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), a document which details all the partners’ services and captures ways partners will share those services with one another in an effort to improve career-related outcomes for the job seekers and businesses served by the local workforce development system in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties. The development of the MOU has been led by Fernandel Almonor, the Greater Raritan One-Stop Operator. The 2020-2023 MOU as well as the documents related to the new draft document can be found on the About – One-Stop Partners page of the GRWDB website.

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