The Power of Collaboration

Meeting Regional Demands through Public/Private Partnerships

Local workforce development boards (WDB) across Los Angeles and Ventura Counties have a long history of working with community colleges to solve complex workforce challenges. The WBDs below work collaboratively to build and maintain a comprehensive regional workforce development system that is sector-focused, industry-responsive and fosters the development and delivery of training programs and services along career pathways that bridge the gap between workforce skills and the needs of the local economy.

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Education & Labor Partners
California Community Colleges Health Deputy Sector Navigators
California Division of Apprenticeship Standards
Cerritos College
College of the Canyons
Downey Adult School
El Camino College
Glendale Community College
Los Angeles Harbor College
San Antonio College
Rio Hondo College

Key Industry & Economic Development Partners
Avanti Hospitals
Camarillo Healthcare Center
Centinela Hospital Medical Center
Community Clinic Association of L.A. County
Community Health Alliance of Pasadena
Foothill Family Service
Gardena Memorial Hospital
Huntington Memorial Hospital
Hospital Association of Southern California
JWCH Institute, Inc./Wesley Health Centers
Kaiser Permanente
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Memorial Hospital of Gardena
Pacific Clinics
Paladin Healthcare
Ventura County Medical Centers

Workforce Development Board Partners
Foothill Workforce Development Board
LA County Workforce Development Aging and Community Service
City of LA Workforce Development Board
SELACO (Southeast LA County) Workforce Development Board
Southbay Workforce Development Board
Ventura Workforce Development Board
Verdugo Workforce Development Board

Mission Statement: The C3 Skills Alliance is a collaborative public/private partnership that addresses the increased need for a skilled care coordination workforce among hospital and clinic health systems in Southern California.