The Workforce Development Board of San Luis Obispo County is an economic advisory, planning and policy board that was created under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014. Workforce Development Boards were formed nationwide to plan and oversee the use of federal, state and city funding in local economies.
The principle behind the San Luis Obispo Workforce Development Board is simple: The more we can do for local businesses and workers, the more we can benefit San Luis Obispo County.
Workforce Development Local Plan for San Luis Obispo County
The San Luis Obispo County Workforce Development Board is in the process of finalizing its Local Plan Modification for Program Years 2017-20.
Meet Our Board
Comprised of 25 leaders from local businesses, Board Members represent community based organizations, economic development groups, education, labor and America’s Job Center of California partners.
Note: Scroll down this page to meet our Board Leaders.
WIOA Title 1 Financially Assisted Program Services
Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs
America’s Job Center of California
880 Industrial Way, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, Phone: (805) 903-1400
Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc., with three locations in San Luis Obispo County
Paso Robles – 715 24th St, Suite. H – (805) 703-3390
San Luis Obispo – 4521 S. Higuera St, Suite 102 – (805) 835-9319
Arroyo Grande – 145 S. Halcyon Ave, Suite G – (805)712-4160
Department of Social Services at PO Box 8119, 3433 South Higuera, San Luis Obispo, CA 93403 Phone (805) 781-1908
The Workforce Development Board of San Luis Obispo County is a demand driven organization appointed by the County Board of Supervisors. Our mission is to implement the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act by leveraging community resources and being a catalyst for workforce development contributing to a healthy economy in San Luis Obispo County.
We accomplish our mission through the following activities:
Our vision is to meet the needs of employers and job seekers in San Luis Obispo County. As the private-public organization we strive to look ahead to issues of workforce demand and supply, to see a system that takes a leading and influencing role within what is really a network of systems. We envision a workforce that is adequate in numbers and equipped with a work ethic, foundational academic skills, and specific occupational skills that fit the needs of local employers and that rival those of other areas with which we are in competition. We see a diverse workforce and prospective workforce with equal access to educational resources and a diverse job market where there is equal opportunity for all workers and prospective workers.
In addition, we see an environment where individuals find success and satisfaction in their careers and in the financial rewards that flow from them. We envision a system that is responsive to workforce needs as they emerge with the power and influence to make change happen. Ultimately, this overall process keeps the San Luis Obispo County economy strong by encouraging established businesses to grow and prospective businesses to consider San Luis Obispo County as a venue for their enterprises.
Meet Our Board Leaders
The Workforce Development Board is a federally mandated board comprised of public and private sector representatives to provide leadership and develop local workforce policy. The San Luis Obispo Workforce Development Board has 25 seats, the majority of which must be filled with representatives from the business community. Members are appointed by the County Board of Supervisors.
Tammy Aguilera is the Workforce Development Board Director for San Luis Obispo County