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Community Resources

The Workforce Development Board Eastbay Works provides access to community resources and benefits, which provide support to job seekers in transition. Answers to questions on health, human services, mental health, child care, and transportation and hundreds of other resources can be found at 211 Contra Costa. Assistance is available on the website in English, Spanish, Chinese, and several other languages or by calling the 3-digit telephone number, 211.

Education & Training

Through the Workforce Investment Act, the Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County has worked closely with adult education partners, community colleges, and universities. This collaboration has resulted in successful grant funding, responsive program and curriculum design, and numerous opportunities to jointly serve both targeted populations and employer sectors, meeting the needs for new and emerging skills in the workplace.

For additional information please visit the Education & Training page.

Workforce Partners

The Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County is a founding member of America's Job Center of California - EASTBAY Works, a powerful and recognized partnership of the four workforce boards servicing Alameda and Contra Costa counties. America's Job Center of California - EASTBAY Works serve Contra Costa County and are managed and staffed by the consortium of partners that receive funding through the Department of Labor to provide employment and training services. They include: