WHO WE ARE
In Partnership with the Orange County Board of Supervisors, and the Orange County Workforce Development Board (OCWDB), The OC One-Stop Centers oversees Orange County's workforce development activities and establishes programs in response to the workforce needs of Orange County, including labor market information, employment and training services, and business assistance. Central to the OC One Stop Center’s ability to provide services is the network of One-Stop Career Centers, Satellite Centers and youth employment and training programs located throughout the County. The OCWDB and the OC One-Stop Center designs and implements programs and services for businesses, adult job seekers, dislocated workers and young adults, working in close collaboration with education, business, labor, economic development and other organizations with a stake in preparing the County’s workers to contribute to our growing economy.
WHAT WE DO
The Orange County One-Stop Center provides comprehensive employment and training services, including a Resource Center with access to computers, fax machines, copiers, and telephones. Other services include a resume distribution program; a career resource library, labor market information, networking opportunities, job search workshops, on-site interviews with local employers, transferable skills information, job leads, and training programs.
Streamline Services through an integration of multiple programs, including Wagner-Peyser and WIOA, at the service level through One-Stop service centers.
Empower Individuals with information and resources they need to manage their own careers.
Employer Services that recognize business as a customer as well as a source for jobs leading to meaningful employment.
Universal access for all job seekers to a core set of career decision-making and job search tools.
Increase accountability of the delivery system to achieve improved results regarding skill gains, credentials earned, job placement rates, earnings and retention in employment.
State and local flexibility to ensure that delivery systems are responsive to the needs of individual communities.
Strong role for local boards and the private sector to impact the design and operation of delivery systems.