In Flagler and Volusia Counties, every person will find their best career pathway and every business will have the workforce it needs to succeed.
We invested $8,010,567.00 in employment and training services, with an additional $377,080 committed by local businesses. We pledge our commitment to a prosperous future.
- 718 BUSINESSES SERVED
- 21,810 PEOPLE SERVED
- 228 VETERAN JOB SEEKERS
- 134 INDIVIDUALS IN CLASSROOM TRAINING
- *numbers for 2021-2022
We provide innovative talent solutions for businesses and the workforce, through effective collaboration and partnerships, that drive the regional economy.
CareerSource Flagler Volusia is rooted in our belief that we are united in our diversity. We are made up of a mix of experiences, abilities, ages, cultures, and talents.
Unity is about working together. Our differences are our greatest strength.
Prosperity for All
Regardless of experiences, culture, zip code. We all belong.
Strategic Imperatives were established by the Board of Directors to ensure alignment of workforce development activities and the efficiency of the services we provide. Tasks and initiatives are assigned under each imperative and oversight of the tasks are delegated to the Board Committees.
Collaborative Partnerships- Identify and engage stakeholders, forming partnerships that support economic growth and foster collaboration at the local, regional, state and federal level.
Continuous and Accurate Business Intelligence – Collect and share sector-based information through effective resources and information gathering.
Enhanced Talent Pipeline – Increase the skills of the workforce, including our future workforce, and decrease the number of underemployed through innovative and business-valued training solutions.
Effective Service Delivery – Provide solutions through effective processes and broker relevant information.
Appropriate Use of Funds – Demonstrate transparency and accountability in the use of funds in alignment with our strategic goals.
General Information and Resources
Reports and Publications
- 2022-2023 Annual Report
- 2021-2022 Annual Report
- 2020-2021 Annual Report
- 2019-2020 Annual Report
- 2018-2019 Annual Report
- 2020-2021 Performance Report from DEO
Related State and Federal Reports
- DEO State Reports for WP, WTP and WIOA
- CareerSource Florida Reports
- USDOL Technology Based Learning Study
Labor Market Information
Four Year Plan - PY2020-2024
Four Year Plan Update PY2022-2024
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