California Workforce Development Board – Breaking Barriers 2.0
- English language improvement training
- Culturally and linguistically relevant academic enrichment, basic skills training, tutoring, and adult education
- High school diploma and GED acquisition and other remedial education and workforce readiness skills training
- Industry certifications
- Skills and vocational training that aligns with regional labor market needs identified as part of the California Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act regional planning process
- Work experience and on-the-job training.
- Stipends and income and language supports for trainees
- Earn and Learn training, Apprenticeships, and Pre-Apprenticeship programming offered in a manner that is consistent with the requirements of Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14230, regardless of whether the pre-apprenticeship program funding source includes California Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds.
- Entrepreneurial training and support for small business development
- Know-your-rights training
- Supportive services
- Mental health services, trauma-informed care, and wraparound support services
- Employer education
- Activities undertaken pursuant to Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14033(d)
- October 31 at 9:00 am PT
- November 16 at 1:00 pm PT
- December 1 at 10:00 am PT
May 1, 2024 – April 30, 2025
- Labor-based (including labor-management partnerships and labor-community partnerships)
- Services-based organizations
- Employment social enterprises
- Worker centers
Prospective applicants are encouraged to connect with their planned CBO/LWDB partner to allow sufficient time to discuss a collaboration. Points of contact include individual board members or staff in the respective local workforce development area.