The Workforce Innovation Board (WIB) is a 23-member board that is charged with convening partners, providing policy, planning, and oversight for local and regional workforce development initiatives under the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). The WIB is overseen by the Board of Supervisors (BOS) which serves as the Chief Elected Official (CEO) and includes representatives from business, workforce and labor, adult education literacy, vocational rehabilitation, higher education, Wagner-Peyser, and economic development. These members also represent the four incorporated Yolo County cities of Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland.
The WIB is a partnership of business, labor, education, non-profit, government, and community leaders working together to anticipate business needs and facilitate training, education and career path opportunities which fulfills both employer and job seeker needs.
Yolo County is a place where existing and new businesses have their employment needs met by a trained and motivated workforce and where residents have the opportunity for a fulfilling and sustainable career.