The Burlington County Workforce Development Board (WDB) is committed to building and maintaining a workforce of the highest quality to help businesses grow or retain their workforce. The WDB strives to implement a workforce system of services that are a resource for local business to access quality employees they need, and training individuals to be successfully employed.

The primary responsibility of the WDB is to serve as an alliance of the public and private sector for the purpose of coordinating planning, policy guidance and oversight of employment and training activities in Burlington County. In partnership with the Board of Chosen Freeholders, the overall goal is to develop and sustain a unified; labor market-driven system that can deliver needed services to job seekers and employers in an effective and cost efficient manner.

The WDB does not actually operate programs, but works to influence the management of workforce development activities by analyzing local needs and coordinating Federal, State and local resources. Much of the Board’s work is done through its committees and sub-committees, which include the Executive Committee.

To download the Committee Assignments list, click here.

The WDB is led by representatives from the private sector and includes membership from education, organized labor, employment and training, human services and community based organizations.


Members are:

  • Local business leaders such as CEO’s, Human Resource executives, training professionals, small business owners, and professional association executives.
  • Public Sector members include representatives from: the Department of Economic Development and Regional Planning; Rowan College at Burlington County; Burlington County Institute of Technology; and the Burlington County Board of Social Services. Other representation includes members from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development and Burlington County Community Based Organizations.

The WDB strives for cultural diversity while representing the various interests and players in the workforce. 

Full Workforce Development Board Meetings

The full Workforce Development Board meets to bring members together to share information on current working projects, committee accomplishments, and to discuss issues regarding consensus. The Full WDB Board meets at a minimum, four times per year.

Meeting Minutes Archive