Randy Betz, vice president of workforce development at Paul D. Camp Community College, has been selected as chairman of the Workforce Development Services Advisory Council’s Program Committee. The Workforce Development Advisory Council serves as an advisory body to the Virginia Community College System’s Vice Chancellor of Workforce Development Services (WDS) on system-wide matters related to credit and non-credit workforce instruction/services and to economic and community development.
As WDS Program Committee chair, Betz will lead a group of fellow Workforce Development professionals who will provide guidance on training, policy, planning and organizational issues related to improving VCCS’ workforce programs and services. Betz begins his new duties Dec. 4.
Betz also serves on the WDS Executive Committee.
“Randy is a tremendous asset to Paul D. Camp Community College and the community,” said PDCCC President Dr. Paul Wm. Conco. “His insight and experience in workforce has allowed the expansion of programs, consulting services and customized training, and the enhancement of our relationships with leaders in business and industry, government and non-profit partners.”
He accepted the position as vice president of workforce development at PDCCC in 2008 after serving as interim vice president since fall 2007. He has been with the PDCCC Division of Workforce Development since 2004.
He earned his master’s degree at Brown University Graduate School in Providence, R.I.