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The GLWIB has been certified by the MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development as of April 2014.

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The Greater Lowell Workforce Investment Board is seeking providers who will singularly or collaboratively provide comprehensive services for WIOA eligible youth between the ages of 16-24 who reside within the City of Lowell and the following seven towns: Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro and Westford. This area is collectively known as the Greater Lowell Workforce Investment Area.

WIOA In-School Youth Request for Proposals

WIOA Out-of-School Youth Request for Proposals

If you have any trouble downloading these RFPs, please contact Shaun McCarthy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The GLWIB held a Bidders' Conference on April 22, 2015 for both the In-School and Out-of-School RFP. The Questions and Answer for these sessions can be downloaded below. If you have further questions, please see RFP for instructions.

FY 16 WIOA Youth RFPs Question and Answer (updated)

FY 14 Annual Report

Each year the GLWIB provides an overview for our partners and stakeholders. The GLWIB would like to share the FY 14 Annual Report with you. The Report features information on the activities, performance, and outcomes of the GLWIB and Career Center of Lowell from Fiscal Year 2014 (July 1, 203-June 30, 2014). Click here to download.

2015 Connecting Activities Youth Job Fair

The Greater Lowell WIB's Connecting Activities program is hosting the annual Youth Job Fair at Lowell High School on April 30, 2015. Last year, 50 employers and more than 600 students/young adults participated in the event. Young adults should be prepared to meet employees face to face. Click here to view a PSA from employers on their expectations for students at the job fair. Additionally for employers interested in participating click here for more information.

WIOA Update

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) was signed into law in July of 2014 and now begins the two year transition period. New regulations are expected to be published in April 2015. There will be many changes to streamline and improve the workforce development system and enhance the role of American Job Centers across the country.

The GLWIB will ensure that our partners and stakeholders are prepared for implementation of WIOA. To learn more about WIOA, please utilize the following resources:

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