The primary responsibility of WorkSource Coastal is to ensure that workforce development programs in the 10 county coastal region (Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, Screven) operate effectively and efficiently. WSC focuses on strategic planning, policy development and oversight of the local workforce development system.
The WSC supports the labor and job training needs of employers and job seekers by providing valuable workforce services to: dislocated workers, the unemployed, the underemployed, youth, veterans and the disabled. The goal of WSC is to integrate all its resources into a comprehensive system that both seamlessly provides job-driven training to job seekers and offers employers a full range of services to assist them in acquiring, developing, and retaining a quality workforce.
To continuously increase the global competitiveness and prosperity of our businesses and workforce, to fill current and emerging jobs, and to provide full employment.
To guide or assist Coastal Georgia communities in all efforts to develop, promote, support, and sustain a globally competitive workforce.
To provide well-trained, highly motivated employees for business and industry, improving the quality of life for individuals, families, and the communities of Coastal Georgia, and enabling job seekers to be productive and contributing members of a globally competitive economy.