The San Diego Workforce Partnership operates six American Jobs Centers of California (AJCC or career centers) across San Diego County, providing services to job seekers and employers.
We will be releasing two Requests For Proposals (RFPs); one to select a One-Stop Operator and a Career Services Provider. The release date is tentatively October 2021.
The structure we are moving toward separates the scope of work in the following ways:
For-profit and nonprofit organizations, public agencies, consortiums and/or a collaboration of these organizations are all encouraged to apply. The Workforce Partnership values the strength and strategic benefit of multiple partners coming together to provide comprehensive community services grounded in linguistic/cultural skills, trust and relationships within populations and geographies, and experience delivering evidence-based programming. Receiving and/or managing WIOA funds previously, is not a requirement. Entity not excluded or disqualified through the System for Award Management (SAM).
The Workforce Partnership hosted a Town Hall on Monday, June 28, 2021 where the vision of the career centers was shared and feedback was gathered from the community. You can view the PowerPoint and recording by clicking below.
To help us set requirements for the organizations who will apply for funding, we would like your feedback. Please take 5-10 minutes to complete this survey and help us learn what you, your neighbors and your colleagues would like to see from our career centers. You can click on the link below to take the survey.