Alameda County Workforce Development Board (ACWDB)

The Tri-Valley Career Center is partially funded through the ACWDB, which aims to build a better workforce by linking employers, job seekers and youth to education, training and employment related programs and services. The ACWDB is one of four such boards in the East Bay region and covers all of Alameda County, with the exception of Oakland. Its board members represent the business community, higher education, economic development, labor, government, and community-based organizations and are appointed by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors.

For more information on the ACWDB, visit their website: www.acwdb.com


TVCC also partners with other career centers throughout the Greater Bay Area to bring high quality services to job seekers.

EASTBAY Works is a regional partnership designed to coordinate workforce development activities throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties among four Workforce Development Boards. Through its network of job centers, economic developers, support service providers and educational entities, local and regional partners provide benefits and services to employers, job seekers and youth.

Learn more about this regional partnership and find career services in other areas of the East Bay at EASTBAY Works website.

A service of the Chabot-Las Positas Community
College District and a partner of EastBay Works