CWA represents California Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) who are responsible for tackling broad-based workforce issues within their local communities through strategies that leverage funding and resources, and delivering solutions and services through a network of One-Stop Career Centers and other workforce partners; currently there are 49 WIBs and 209 One-Stop Career Centers that comprise California's workforce system.
What does CWIB stand for?
CWIB stands for California Workforce Investment Board (Sacramento, CA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Jerry Brown appointed Stenslie to the statewide California Workforce Investment Board.
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting[TM] (CMTC), a private, nonprofit corporation is partnering with local Southern California Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) to assist in sparking job creation and retention with small and medium sized manufacturers.
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting[TM] (CMTC), a private, nonprofit corporation, is partnering with local Southern California Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) to assist in sparking job creation and retention with small and medium sized manufacturers.
The Alameda County Workforce Investment Board, East Bay EDA, California Workforce Investment Board, California Business Investment Services and several other local, state and federal agencies are currently exploring supplementary sources of funding to deploy additional consulting resources following this initial business assessment stage.
Member of the California Transportation Commission --Pete Parra, Former Kern County Supervisor Member of the California Workforce Investment Board --Barbara Patrick, Kern County Supervisor Member of the State Air Resource Board --Pete Weber, Former Vice President of FMC Corp.
Noce has served on numerous California health care committees and boards including the California Workforce Investment Board.
A recent study by the California Workforce Investment Board provides data showing that average earnings of workers who completed the program went up by over $4,000 after they finished the program.