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Workforce Development Board

The Imperial County Workforce Development Board is comprised of 25 leaders from the private industry, economic development agencies, education, community-based organizations, and labor organizations.  The board is charged with funding job training programs that strenthen job seekers' skills to meet local workforce needs and ensuring coordination of Imperial County's Local Workforce Development Plan with the State's strategic workforce goals.

Mission statement: “To provide job seekers and employers with the tools, resources and services they need to achieve their employment and business goals.”

Vision: The Imperial County Workforce Development Board’s (ICWDB) vision emphasizes ongoing skills attainment in growth industry sectors and seeks to braid education, training and employment services together to support these growth sectors.  The ICWDB plans to realize this vision by transforming Imperial County’s workforce system so that it not only serves the needs of workers’ for education, training and stackable credentials that lead to well-paid, steady work, but also serves the needs of employers for business support services and a high-quality, skilled workforce.

Information provided in this section is intended to educate site visiotrs on Imperial County's Workforce Development Board.