The California Workforce Investment Board (WIB) can assist job seekers on selecting a new career, finding jobs, and locating suitable training and job search assistance.
The Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIB) listed below have identified Global Trade & Logistics as a priority or an emergent industry sector.
Priority Industry Sectors are defined as industry sector training program investments that are priority focus in the local/regional area. These programs may be in the start-up phase (i.e., enrolling clients), or currently delivering training and/or other services to job seekers and employers.
Emergent Industry Sectors are defined as industry sector training program investments that are in the planning stages in the local/regional area. Include any industries which your local board may be considering targeting job seeker and/or employer services and/or training resources in the next year.
Displaced or disadvantaged workers may be eligible for federal assistance through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) or the Employment Development Department (EDD). For students who qualify, funds may be applied toward the cost of course fees, books, and materials. Contact you local WIB to learn more about services available in your region.