Workforce Investment Board
The City of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board (WIB) is the governing and leadership body for the City of San Bernardino workforce system. The WIB is made up of representatives from local educational institutes, labor organizations, community based organizations, private sector businesses, and government. San Bernardino City Workforce investment board members are appointed by the Chief Elected Official.
The WIB's role is to ensure that the local workforce investment system is market-driven and responsive in meeting the employment and training needs of employers and job seekers alike
Other key priorities include the following:
- Building a better workforce by addressing the region's skilled worker shortage by providing access to training
- Increasing the skills and earnings of low-income and underemployed workers
- Providing career ladder opportunities for the working poor that lead to good jobs and self-sufficiency
- Assisting dislocated workers re-enter the workforce by providing access to training
- Coordinating youth activities through the youth council that address the education, skill, and employment needs of disadvantaged youth, particularly those who have either dropped out of school or who are at risk of dropping out
- Working effectively with our local businesses, as well as economic development organizations, education and health and human service agencies to develop a skilled workforce.
- Schedule of Meetings
- SBETA WIA 5-Year Plan