CWD is Moving!
Center for Workforce Development is moving to WEMOCO, 3589 Big Ridge Road, Spencerport NY 14559. Our last day at our current location is June 22. New location opens on July 10. During the transition, you can still reach us by phone: 585-349-9100 or by email: [email protected]
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Registration Now Open!

CWD Fall '23 Registration Now Open!

Registration for Summer and Fall Center for Workforce Development classes is now open! To learn more, click here. Classes fill up quickly, so start your process now!
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Summer at the Center

Summer at the Center 2023 - Early Bird Pricing Extended!

Grades 6-8 students can go beyond just watching others do the things that grab their attention. This summer, they can get a first-hand feel for the things that catch their eye through Summer at the Center. 
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student-build shed auction

CWD Student-built Shed Sold at Auction!

A newly-constructed 8-foot x 10-foot shed recently sold at auction for $1,850!
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REJob class of 2023

CWD Congratulates the REJob Class of 2023

On Monday, Mar. 20, the Rochester Environmental Job Training Program (REJob 3.0) held its graduation ceremony at the Rochester City Council Chambers to recognize the 26 class of 2023 graduates.
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CWD Connects with Community Partners on New and Updated Program Offerings

The Center for Workforce Development hosted two Employer Engagement Workshops at WEMOCO CTE to gain feedback on our electrical, welding, HVAC, residential construction and machining programs.  
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Contact CWD

Email: [email protected]  Phone: 585.349.9100  Fax: 585.349.9101
Address: Westview Commons Business Park, 3555 Buffalo Rd., Rochester, NY 14624
The Center for Workforce Development (CWD) at Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES provides industry-aligned educational solutions to prepare you for the 21st century workforce. CWD provides quality, cost-effective educational and workforce services in partnership with other higher educational agencies, the local workforce community, and the adult learners we serve in a manner that supports excellence and equity for all learners.
  • Our career and technical education programs are affordable, short-term and convenient for the adult learner.
  • Our career education programs provide the skills needed for employment. 
  • Our community continuing education classes provide relevant content for the adult seeking to enhance their skills or learn a new skill.
  • In addition, CWD offers free academic classes for individuals seeking to earn their high school equivalency diploma and free English classes for speakers of other languages.