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The City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board annually manages more than $50 million in public funds to build the LA economy and improve the quality of life for every community member.

City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board (WDB) Annual Plan 2024-2025

cover page for Draft One of the Annual Plan for Program Year 2024-25: white, blue and light green color blocked page with black & white images of downtown Los Angeles and the top of Los Angeles City Hall, and text indicating the Plan title with the City of Los Angeles official seal, the EWDD and Workforce Development Board logos Open for Public Review and Comment

The Annual Plan covers the service strategies, activities, and budget for the City’s Workforce Development System. It outlines how the City will deliver services and meet the objectives of promoting a trained workforce with access to good jobs and a strong business/employer regional economy. The Workforce Development System is comprised of WorkSource/America's Job Centers of California, YouthSource Centers, and satellite sites, supported by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

The Draft 2024-25 Annual Plan was released on Friday, April 12, 2024, and will be available for a 30-day public comment period through Sunday, May 12, 2024. Members of the public, job seekers, non-profit service organizations, employers, and the business community are strongly encouraged to provide comments on the plan and its proposed strategies.

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BusinessSource Centers help local businesses, entrepreneurs and developers through a variety of services
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Job Seekers

WorkSource centers are located across LA City specifically designed to help our community members find and stay employed
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YouthSource Centers help our young people with education, skills training and career guidance at every stage of their path
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