For the past four decades, Harford and Cecil County have trusted the Susquehanna Workforce Network to provide LEADership in workforce development. From September of 1983, when we hired our first staff of four, to today, with 25 employees, SWN has dedicated all our resources to bettering the quality of life for local companies, workers, and job seekers.
Forty years after being founded, we continue to ADVANCE and expand our events, training programs, and partnerships. The result is having practical tools for addressing our region’s pressing economic challenges. As we INNOVATE and keep our focus on growing the region’s workforce competitively, we advance the future of those who visit our Workforce Centers—their families and local businesses.
We thank you for your continued confidence in us and look forward to providing you with our services in the next forty (plus) years.
Our Workforce Focus: Lead – Advance – Innovate
The Susquehanna Workforce Network creates solutions to address our region’s most pressing challenges – jobs and the economy. Through our innovative workforce strategies, we contribute to advancing and growing the competitiveness of our region and creating a better quality of life for businesses, workers, and job seekers.
SWN is a private, nonprofit corporation directed by a board that oversees, coordinates, or plans workforce development programs and services for businesses and individuals in Cecil and Harford Counties. We seek to identify needs and develop solutions that maximize regional economic success and worker potential. We represent an affiliation of over 50 local businesses, organizations, and agencies that work collaboratively to execute a system of education, training, employment, and outreach programs or services that are responsive to local economic challenges and designed to meet the needs of businesses, workers, and youth.
Visit one of our workforce centers or contact us to see how you can collaborate with our workforce, education, and economic partners in building a highly talented workforce.
SWN has established procurement policies to select vendors and service providers that conform with acceptable procurement standards and other applicable laws and regulations of our funding organizations. Primary solicitation instruments that are utilized include Request for Proposals, Request for Quotes, and Bid Solicitations. We desire open and competitive procurements that provide innovative programming and services that provide cost-effective solutions meeting the needs of our community and organization. We encourage your participation in SWN’s procurement.
Federal Funding Information: SWN’s operations and programming are supported by federal, state, local and private resources. SWN’s federal funding for Program Year 2023 is $3,142,300. This represents 45% of available funds.
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