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Public Notice: Richmond Workforce Development Board's Workforce Development Plans for Program Years 2021-2024 Public Comment

The City of Richmond and the EastBayWorks Regional Planning Unit will be submitting their Workforce Development Plans for Program Years 2021 through 2024 to the Governor’s Workforce Development Board as of April 30, 2021.

As outlined in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Section 108, Local Plans provide an action plan for operationalizing the road map laid out in the Regional Plan by describing how individuals’ access services through the America’s Job Centers of CaliforniaSM (AJCC) system. Local Plans are used to articulate how Local Boards will coordinate with local partners to ensure a person-centered service-delivery.

The Richmond Workforce Development Board’s Local Plan will be available for its 30-day public review and comments (March 12, 2021 through April 13, 2021).  Interested parties may submit comments regarding the proposed Local Plan to the City of Richmond, Workforce Development Board; Employment and Training Department at:

The East Bay Regional Planning Unit (EBRPU) is pleased to release the
Draft 2021–2024 Regional Plan for 30-day public comment ending April 19, 2021.  It can also be found on the EASTBAYWorks website and comments can be submitted directly to or through the EASTBAYWorks website.

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Attention: Richmond VOS is now CalJOBS!
All services formerly offered in Richmond VOS are now being via CalJOBS! America's Job Center of California

Here’s what local employers are saying about RichmondWORKS

  • “New to the area, we turned to RichmondWORKS for assistance in finding and placing quality, professional employee.  We’re thrilled with the results.”
  • “We’re a medium sized company without a full time Human Resource Department.  When the time came to grow our staff, RichmondWORKS not only fulfilled that need but also informed us of local tax credits we were eligible for.”
  • “RichmondWORKS took the pain out of the hiring process.

​Program Highlights

  • Five (5) RichmondWORKS' Individual Training recipients graduates from Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences 2-year Radiology program.  View Kaiser's Radiology Program Graduates.
  • Project ACES (Accelerating Careers thru Essential Skills) kicked off its First Cohort on April 3, 2017 with 23 participants.  All 23 graduated and secured positions with Food Service Partner.  View featured article in the City Manager's Weekly Report, "RichmondWORKS Launches Professional Skills Development Academy"  

RichmondWORKS is your One Stop for all your employment needs.  Our Career Center offers a comprehensive array of services to assist individuals from entry to advanced level career training opportunities.  Call or stop by and our professional and friendly staff will help you in all of these service areas:

  • Job Search Assistance
  • Job Referrals
  • Internet Access and Email
  • Software Tutorials
  • Resume Preparation
  • Computers/Phone/Fax
  • Career Counseling
  • Vocational Training and Programs
  • Labor Market Information
  • College Information
  • Comprehensive Assessment of Skills
  • Typing Tests
  • Literacy (LEAP) Services
  • Dislocated Workers
  • Youth
  • California Training Benefits

​What to Do If You Believed You Have Experienced Discrimination

If you think that you have been subjected to discrimination under a WIAO Title 1 -financially assisted program or activity, you may file a complaint within 180 days from the date alleged violation with either:

EO Officer
Gina Baker
City of Richmond (CRETP)
Employment and Training Department
330 25th Street
Richmond, CA 94804
Civil Rights Center
U.S. Department of Labor
Room N-4123
200 Constitution Avenue, NW

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