County of Santa Cruz Workforce Development Board

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The Santa Cruz County Workforce Development Board (WDB) brings together the business and education communities, local government, and residents of Santa Cruz County to:

Identify Issues

Identify local and regional workforce issues and create practical solutions;

Identify Changes

Keep its finger on the pulse of changes in occupations and the local and regional labor markets;

Manage Employment Services

Responsibly manage the employment services funded by the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act, to train and deploy workers, retrain employees who have been laid off and help all workers gain the skills they need to enter and prosper in the labor market.

Our Vision

Workforce Santa Cruz County is a fully integrated workforce development system that maximizes human and business capital by promoting a well trained workforce for Santa Cruz County employers, insuring individual economic security and community vitality. Led by a dynamic Board that is empowered to effect change, WFSCC is committed to customer satisfaction and standards of performance in meeting the needs of job seekers, incumbent workers and local business alike.


EDD has compiled a list of support services for individuals affected by COVID-19These benefits include:

This WIOA Title I, financially assisted program or activity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and/or Program. Visit the Notices page.

Auxiliary Aids and Services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities, call (831) 454-4117

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