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Gov. Doug Burgum appoints Grand Forks EDC's Becca Cruger to the North Dakota Workforce Development Council

The council is the state’s workforce innovation and opportunity board, and Cruger will join it in an effort to advise the governor and the public on workforce development and North Dakota’s economic development needs.

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Becca Cruger EDC

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced he has appointed Becca Cruger, workforce development manager at the Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation (EDC), to the North Dakota Workforce Development Council.

The council is the state’s workforce innovation and opportunity board, and Cruger will join it in an effort to advise the governor and the public on workforce development and North Dakota’s economic development needs.

The council’s responsibilities to the governor include identifying the workforce needs of the state and recommending steps for meeting those needs, establishing goals for the development and coordination of the state’s education, employment, and training systems, evaluating progress toward meeting the goals and strategies identified and more.

“I’m so honored Gov. Burgum has appointed me to the North Dakota Workforce Development Council,” Cruger said. “I’m excited to continue building an exceptional workforce development system for our great state.”

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