Alameda County Workforce Development Board

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The Alameda County Workforce Development Board

The Alameda County Workforce Development Board (ACWDB) is a 27- member employer-led body that provides administrative, fiscal, and policy oversight of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I programs and services.

WIOA services are available throughout Alameda County to meet the training and employment needs of local area job seekers, including youth and young adultsBusiness services are also available to help employers meet their goals around talent recruitment and business training needs.

Our vision is to create the best workforce development system that benefits both employers and job seekers.

Our mission is to provide employers and job seekers with universal access to tools, resources, and services that assist them with obtaining employment and business goals.

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Our Goal

Our goal is to help job seekers and businesses remain resilient through the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn about services available to job seekers, workersyouth and young adult participants, and businesses.

Our 2020-2021 Year in Review Publication highlights how our local area workforce system collectively has risen above challenges in the last program year - July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.

Stay connected with us by liking and following our social media pages on FacebookTwitter, and LinkedIn for daily updates on virtual job fairs, job ads, occupational training opportunities, and employer-related information as well. 

More Questions? Contact us!

NEW EVENT!!

EMPLOYERS -
Join us at the Castro Valley Library on October 19, 2022, from 11am-1pm for Expand Your Talent Pool: Job Seekers Experiencing Homelessness event! Businesses may be able to unlock up to $30,000 in a calendar year for hiring job seekers experiencing homelessness. Learn more and register by visiting our Events Page

Tune-in to our 
Learning Together Presentation Series and free Employer Webinar Series.

Employers, did you know that you can earn up to $30,000 in tax credits this year for giving someone a chance at employment? People experiencing homelessness are sometimes housed within temporary shelters, living in temporary housing situations with relatives, in cars or trailers, and some are unhoused. Many have interest in work and have skills to offer. Learn more about California’s Homeless Hiring Tax Credit.

The Alameda County Workforce Development Board is pleased to announce three Solicitation for Proposals (SFPs) for innovative workforce development programs under the American Rescue Plan Act! Learn how to submit a proposal by visiting our
Doing Business With Us page!

We partner with organizations that align with our priorities to serve job seeker and business clients. Please complete our Workforce Partnership Questionnaire if seeking prospective partnership or requesting a Letter of Support for your grant application. Once we receive your request, we will be in contact regarding next steps.