Workforce Training & Development

We’re already known for our tech-savvy, highly educated workforce. But we think it’s also important to keep educating, training and preparing your employees, which is why we offer a variety of workforce training and development services for your business. These services are often available at no cost to you.

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Workforce Resource Center

The Workforce Resource Center provides no-cost resources and equipment to both job seekers and businesses. Their mission is to connect businesses and job seekers to achieve their employment goals, while offering a wide range employment services, including:

  • Recruiting and hiring assistance
  • Retention consulting
  • Meet-the-employer events where you can conduct on-site interviews with a variety of applicants
  • Tax credit, area wage and salary, and Federal Bonding Program information
  • Free job listings

The center also provides free job-seeker services, including:

  • Job announcements
  • Resume critiques
  • Free use of computers, phones, fax, and other job search resource
  • Career development workshops that address computer skills, resume writing, interviewing skills, and other work-related topics
  • Access to employment counselors trained to provide career assessments

Northern Virginia Workforce Development Board

The Northern Virginia Workforce Development Board  is a team of private and public sector partners who share a common goal-to promote Northern Virginia economic prosperity and long-term growth. The board receives and administers annual Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act dollars that help fund comprehensive employment and training services to area employers, job seekers and youth.

SkillSource Group, Inc.

The SkillSource Group, Inc.  is a separate nonprofit entity of the Northern Virginia Workforce Development Board with its own Board of Directors. SkillSource Group offers multiple free services to businesses seeking to hire and retain quality employees while also providing opportunities for job seekers to prepare and find jobs that can support themselves and their families.

Northern Virginia Family Service

Northern Virginia Family Service offers various workforce development programs that help individuals maintain and increase their financial independence through office skills training, car loans for reliable transportation to work, job search assistance, and entrepreneurship courses.

Loudoun Small Biz

Loudoun Small Biz’s mission is to help small businesses and entrepreneurs in Loudoun County grow and succeed. They provide small business with free, easy access to the nonprofit and government resources .

Area Colleges and Universities

Need some more intense training and education? Check out our local colleges and universities.

Is your idea the next #LoudounPossible success story?

Apply for the Loudoun Innovation Challenge pitch competition and your business could be awarded up to $50,000.

💡 See link in bio to apply!

Submit your application by noon on July 28, 2022 to be considered.
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Every successful business starts with a good idea and the funding to make it happen. 💡 That's why a total of $150,000 is up for grabs in the Loudoun Innovation Challenge pitch competition!

Don't miss the opportunity to promote your business and advance your entrepreneurial success.

Find details and apply before noon on July 28, 2022: LINK IN BIO

#LoudounPossible #LoudounCounty #LoveLoudoun #PitchCompetition #SharkTank
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Loudoun Economic Development's Executive Director Buddy Rizer is named to the @washingtonianmag's #TechTitans list for the 6th straight year!

Rizer’s success in enticing data centers to #LoudounCounty has helped shape the area as a technology hub with a thriving business ecosystem, but Rizer still sees work to be done.

“When you reach the size we have, it’s important to have a balanced economy,” he says. “You don’t want all your eggs in one basket.”

The 2022 Tech Titans list featured “the 225 most innovative and important people in DC’s tech scene right now”, which included a vibrant mix of #entrepreneurs, investors, lobbyists, early-stage CEOs, non-profit leaders, government officials, and big business movers and shakers.

#LoudounPossible #DCtech #TechTitan #Loudoun #DataCenterAlley
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If you've collected our Farmer Trading Cards with @lcpshealthycafe over the years, you may already know @sweet_piedmont, @butterfly_hill, and @georgesmillcheese!

Meet these farmers & other local all stars this weekend during the #LoudounFarmTour!

Dozens of @LoudounVAFarms will be free and open to visitors on both Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Download our app or the map to plan your farm tour weekend! Link in bio.
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Happy #LoudounSmallBiz Week! As you are driving through out Loudoun’s seven beautiful towns, you may see these thank you signs to our small business community!

Featured above is the Town of Hamilton’s sign featuring (from left to right) Mayor David Simpson, Vice Mayor Ken Wine, and Project Coordinator Earl Dublin.

Thank you to all the amazing small businesses who selected Loudoun as their home! #LoudounPossible
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Sign up now for the #LoudounFarmTour! This annual May event brings families and visitors from across the region to explore our farms and rural businesses.

In addition to welcoming in-person visitors, all participants will be featured in the farm tour app's digital scavenger hunt.

See LINK IN BIO and submit your sign-up form by March 25!

#LoudounPossible #LoudounFarms #LoudounCounty #LoudounSmallBiz #BestOfLoudoun
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“The word ‘Athari’ means ‘impact’ in Swahili. Progress happens when we unite the best and brightest minds through a common purpose, and the place to do that is in #LoudounCounty,” says Susan Mitchell, founder and CEO of Athari Biosciences.

“Loudoun’s ready access to smart people, wet and tech lab space, and the populations we serve, make it the perfect place for our health equity accelerator."

“Now that we know our ‘where,’ we can work to diversify the ‘who’ and ‘how’ of STEM industries, fixing the problem of underrepresentation and increasing our global health insights.”

#LoudounPossible #Loudoun #STEM #HealthIT #WetLab #DiversityInTech #WomenInSTEM
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Contact Us

nancy evanko workforce specialist loudoun county economic development

Nancy Evanko

Workforce Development Analyst

Phone (703) 771-5371