COVID-19 RESOURCES It is our goal to provide essential workforce services to support the public during this difficult time. The SBWIB has taken a number of steps to ensure the public has access to the resources they need. Select the button below for these resources and please remember the importance of social distancing, washing your hands regularly, staying healthy and knowing the symptoms.
SOUTH BAY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
Putting people to work; helping business succeed.
Help Support our work to keep people employed.
SBWIB's 25th Annual Awards Ceremony
Thank you all for joining us to virtually congratulate and acknowledge participants who have successfully made it through various SBWIB programs, received training and found employment; also to thank our many partners and community stakeholders. Proceeds from donations support our youth programs and teen centers.
Explore our Organization:
The main home page for the SBWIB; the board serves 11 cities in the South Bay region and provides workforce planning to keep people employed and ensure businesses succeed.
The One-Stop Business & Career Centers use the most cost-effective strategies to build a world-class workforce to be matched with quality businesses & jobs that are attracted to the local labor market.
An alternative to traditional school environments providing young adults, ages 16-24 years, a second chance to fulfill credits towards a high school diploma while empowering them to rebuild their lives and community.
South Bay Business
A South Bay regional business portal that provides demographic information, commercial real estate listing data, and profiles of each city in the SBWIB service area.
I - TRAIN
I-TRAIN is an education directory. Schools listed here have been vetted by the SBWIB and offer pre approved certificate programs available to students.