What’s New?

Affordable Connectivity Program

Save on high-speed internet with the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). Through this federally funded program, eligible California households can now save $30 per month on home internet. When the ACP discount is used with the right internet plan, home internet can be free.

Call the No-Cost HR Hotline for Employers

If you are an employer in Contra Costa County, the answers to your labor law questions are just a call away – at no cost to your business.

Variety of Webinars on our Events Calendar

Check out our events and webinars on State Careers, Labor Market Information, Marketing Yourself – Resumes & Applications, Interviewing Techniques, Soft Skills, Job Readiness Skills, Mastering CalJOBS, California Training Benefits

RFI for Stakeholder Engagement

This RFI has been re-released. Click below for full document. WDBCCC is seeking qualified individual(s) or agency to provide project management and public engagement facilitation services for the purpose of developing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to select an organization to develop, administer and operate the East Contra Costa County Youth Center Project and/or the Central Contra Costa County Youth Center Project in collaboration with WDB.

Our Focus

Our work achieves equitable economic growth for Contra Costa County. We ensure a pipeline of diverse workforce talent is available to keep local companies competitive while creating upward economic mobility and security for Contra Costa workers. Through our strategic connections and partnerships, we find innovative, sustainable solutions to solve complex workforce issues and leverage public-private resources, contributing to the economic competitiveness of our region and, ultimately, improving the quality of life for all who live in Contra Costa County.

“We remain committed to the opportunities we offer Contra Costa County residents so that together we emerge stronger. We resolve to provide pathways to career growth, improved quality of life, and economic prosperity for all, including those individuals who face barriers to employment.”

Yolanda Vega, WDBCCC Board Chair