500 Russel Court
Woodstock, IL 60098
The McHenry County Workforce Network Board (LWIB) is a local business led organization responsible for developing policy and overseeing local workforce development initiatives in partnership with our local elected officials. The LWIB's role is to ensure that the local workforce investment system is market-driven and responsive in meeting the employment and training needs of McHenry County employers and job seekers alike.
The LWIB and the McHenry County Workforce Network are established and funded by the Federal Workforce Investment Act. Partnering with leaders from business, economic development, education, labor, community organizations, and local elected officials we work to identify employer and worker needs and to develop programs and solutions.
Located across from the Government Center at 500 Russel Court in Woodstock, McHenry County Workforce Network has a variety of programs and services for employers and job seekers seeking assistance in meeting the challenges of today's job market. We are an affiliate of Illinois workNet, which is a consolidated effort to provide a one-stop system for employment related services in McHenry County and part of a nation-wide, grant-funded system.
Our vision for the future is to create a skilled workforce in McHenry County that will help our community achieve economic prosperity. This vision is becoming a reality through the development and delivery of market-driven training and services that meet and exceed our customer's expectations. Our mission for today is to provide employment opportunities, training and related services that are responsive to the needs of the people and employers within McHenry County.
McHenry County Workforce Network is supported by the Workforce Investment Board WIB. For more information about the WIB or to find out how to become a member, go to the WIB home page.
To oversee operations of the McHenry County Enhanced 911 Emergency Telephone System.
The mission of the McHenry County Emergency Telephone System Board is to plan, implement, control, maintain, and upgrade to meet current and future demands of the E-911 telephone system for the entire County of McHenry.
The McHenry County ETSB is a thirteen (13) member board with representation from each of the nine (9) Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in the county. There is also representation of the McHenry County Police Chief's Association, the McHenry County Fire Chief's Association, McHenry County Emergency Management (EMA), and a citizen at large appointed by the County Board.
Please direct any questions, comments, or suggestions to the 911 Coordinator, Theresa K Carlson.