For the U.S. to remain
competitive in the global
marketplace, we must invest
in our workforce.

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Workforce Development is
an economic program,
helping business grow, and
affecting deeper societal issues.

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Local Workforce Boards
promote business growth and
economic opportunity
through talent matching and
providing training programs.

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CWA members understand that everyone has been challenged during these uncertain times.

Social distancing, and shelter and place orders have effectively shut down our economy.  However, the State’s Local Workforce Development Boards and their system of America’s Job Centers of California are poised and ready to assist individuals and businesses who have been affected by COVID-19 get back to work.

Our State’s Workforce system is still open for business and nothing can be more essential then helping businesses find needed talent and assisting individuals get back to work.

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To Put

Californians

Back To Work

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NEWS + EVENTS

  • News
    The California Workforce Association endorses CA Labor Secretary Julie Su for US Secretary of Labor

    California Workforce Association FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 19, 2020 The California Workforce Association endorses CA Labor Secretary Julie Su for US Secretary of Labor Endorsement comes from Association Representing California’s 45 Local Workforce Development Boards As the candidates for the incoming Biden administration’s Secretary of Labor are vetted and explored, California’s system of local workforce providers resoundingly threw their support behind State Secretary of Labor Julie Su. In a letter to the Biden transition team, CWA Executive Director Bob Lanter cited Secretary Su’s experience leading California’s Labor Agency as critical for the incoming administration’s Department of Labor.

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  • News
    Solano County Releases COVID Workforce Report

    Six (6) months into the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID) pandemic, Solano County, like many communities, is facing historically high unemployment and severe financial strain within the business community.

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  • Events
    Grants Management: Working Smarter Not Harder

    December 17, 2020 9:00AM - 11:00AM PDT https://cwa-seminar-series.heysummit.com/

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LET'S PUT CALIFORNIA BACK TO WORK

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