Five Core WIB Roles


Encouraging Awareness

The Anaheim WIB works with other regional partners on a range of collaborative programs and projects to serve job seekers and incumbent workers, high school and college students, and area industries.

For example, along with Santa Ana and Orange County WIBs, the Anaheim WIB participated in a Career Showcase during 2005 Orange County Innovation Week. Supported by the Community College Economic and Workforce Development Program Job Development Incentive Fund-Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, and in collaboration with the Orange County Business Council, NOCCCD's Training and Development Institute sponsored a Career Showcase for future high-tech workers. During the event community colleges identified numerous career path options while businesses showcased their technologies, including advanced manufacturing, digital technology, environmental sciences, printing, rapid prototyping, bioscience, and automotive technology.

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