The Workforce Solutions Middle Rio Board serves as the governing board for the regional workforce system, a network of service providers and contractors that brings people and jobs together in the nine-county Middle Rio region. Our membership reflects the diverse constituencies of the regional community: business, economic development, education, labor, community organizations, and government.
The Middle Rio Grande Region is neighboring the San Antonio and Laredo areas a population of 48,000. Of the counties, Maverick County is the largest and has a population of over 58,000 and is located in the south part of the region. There are a total of nine One-Stop Workforce Centers in the Middle Rio Region, serving the following counties: Dimmit, Edwards, Kinney, La Salle, Maverick, Real, Uvalde, Val Verde, and Zavala Counties.
To continue to build a service delivery system in which local businesses are active partners in developing training and other related services.
Our Mission & Purpose
The mission and purpose of the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Partnership is to assure the creation of a systematic, integrated process within the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Development Region through which its residents can acquire access to quality employment and employment related education and training services, and its employers, public and private, can find skilled and productive workers, services to upgrade the skills, productivity and competitiveness of incumbent workers, and assistance in creating new and expanded employment opportunities.