CWA is always looking to build partnerships with entities within and beyond California, focusing on partnerships that will elevate the work of the workforce boards in California as well as the messaging around that work.
The variety of partners is in line with the work of the boards. CWA also serves as a bridge for state and national partners to bring their work together to align messaging around the effectiveness of the system.
We invite you to join CWA and be added to this list of individual and affiliate partners, please click here to use our quick and easy form and become a member. CWA Yearly Membership runs by fiscal year and is not prorated, July 1st thru June 30th. **Third tier of CWA Membership coming July 1, 2019!
2018-19 California Workforce Association: Affiliate Members
*as of 12/27/2018
5 Keys School & Programs
Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc.
Berkeley Youth Alternatives
California Human Development (CHD)
California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc.
California State University, San Bernardino College of Extended Learning
California Workforce Development Board
City of Compton – Planning & Economic Development Department
Clark County School District – Department of Adult Education
Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program (CRY-ROP)
Community Career Development, Inc.
Community Services and Employment Training (CSET)
Employment Training Panel (ETP)
Goodwill – Central Coast
Goodwill Industries of Southern California
Grossmont- Cuyamaca Community College District
La Cooperativa de Campesina
La Puente Valley Regional Occupational Program (LPVROP
Lake Tahoe Community College
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Managed Career Solutions, Inc
Sacramento State University
San Joaquin Building Futures
San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE)
Smart Business Resource Center
Southeast Area Social Services Funding Authority (SASSFA)
Sutter County One Stop
Ventura Adult and Continuing Education
Whittier Union High School District
2018-19 California Workforce Association: Individual Members
*as of 9/25/2018
Alyce Belford, San Bernardino County, Department of Behavioral Health
Angela Gardner, Workforce Development Solutions, Inc.
Ayna Lisa Jordan, Human Solutions LLC
Ariel Nievas, First Institute Training & Management Inc.
Charlotte Johnson, Eckerd Workforce Development
Cynthia White, Department of Behavioral Health – Community Recovery Services, County of San Bernardino
DJ Pittenger, San Luis Obispo County Office of Education
Efrain Silva, Imperial Valley College
Eric Glunt, Interwork Institute/San Diego State University
Eric Pomeroy, Tri-County Regional Occupation
Greg Trammel, Inland Empire Job Corps
Holly Newlon, Merced County Office of Education
Jonathan Blitt, Aztec Software
Karine Kanikkeberg, Kern High School District
Kate Dunham, SPRA
Larry Robbin, Robbin & Associates
Mary Keipp, UCLA
Robert Gutierrez, AYE of Catholic Charities of LA
Roselyn Uyan, Inland Empire United Way
Sandy Mead, MedCerts
Sean McManus, Academics, Art and Action Charter Academy
Thomas Pokladowski, California State University Los Angeles
Wan He, Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center