Workforce Development Board (WDB)


LA County Workforce Development Board

The Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board (WDB) is one of 45 Local Workforce Development Boards in the State of California, certified by the Governor of the State of California.

The WDB operates on behalf of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to carry out functions mandated by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 Section 107 (d) and state law California Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (AB 1270) section 25.

The Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board provides policy and oversight to the 2nd largest Local Workforce Development Area (LWDA) in California, which services approximately 4 million residents, 57 of the 88 cities and approximately 150 unincorporated communities within Los Angeles County.

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America’s Job Center of California (AJCCs) offer many free tools, resources, and services that can help you find employment or training and get help with other work-related needs.AJCCs are also one stop shop for businesses- large and small- with support services such as finding talent to hire, subsidized wages programs, internships, layoff aversion programs, tax benefits and counselling and many other free services.
There are more than 20 AJCC offices in LA County. Each has a knowledgeable staff to guide and give you important tools.

Learn more about AJCCs or find a local America’s Job Center of California (AJCC)

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