We are WIN in Workforce
We are the talent and workforce arm of the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. WIN in Workforce (WIN) is a collaborative partnership created by Forward Sioux Falls to ensure system alignment, development, and oversight of its talent and workforce strategies.
When it comes to optimizing your workforce, think of WIN as the first team to address your short and long-term staffing needs as today’s competition for talent requires a community effort.
We have implemented effective programs, such as Talent Tours, Talent Rebounds, and Talent Draft Days, to increase the supply and quality of people your business needs. These programs will help achieve your immediate goal of finding the right people to expand your business through our network and partnerships.
Our Your Future STEM, Career Connections, Second Chances, and Employability workshops are designed to develop talent long-term by encouraging and equipping talent with the skills your business needs.
Join us and start experiencing how the Sioux Falls Advantage works for you.
WIN Engagement Platform Blog
SOUTHEAST TECH BUILDING PROGRAMS TO MEET INDUSTRY NEEDS
Fifty years ago, Southeast Tech began in Sioux Falls with six programs and fewer than 100 students. A half-century later, it’s grown to 60 programs and more than 2,400 students.
‘THE CYBER STATE’ TAKES SHAPE WITH FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND RESEARCH CENTER
Think of the newly opened Madison Cyber Labs at Dakota State University as a big magnet. “It’s going to attract people to come to work, new faculty who will be able to conduct research with federal agencies they can’t do on other campuses,” DSU president José-Marie Griffiths said. “And we think it will attract partnerships. We know it’s already attracting partnerships.”
GROWING FINANCIAL SERVICES FELLOWSHIP BUILDS REGIONAL TALENT PIPELINE.
There were days as graduate students at SDSU when Ryan Burton and Valerie Bares were learning something in class and applying it that same day in the workplace.
NEW ADDITIONS TO AG EDUCATION PREPARE STUDENTS FOR JOBS OF THE FUTURE
One look at some of the newest additions to South Dakota State University make it clear: Ag-related education is changing.