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Funding

As part of the County of Ventura, the WDBVC receives state and federal funds to administer job training and employment programs throughout the Ventura County region. We also receive competitive grants to administer innovative workforce programs. Our programs enable eligible youth and adults to develop the skills and knowledge needed to meet the needs of Ventura County’s employers. We also have programs specifically designed to serve employers.

Potential bidders must register in the system (or log in if already registered) to review full RFPs and submit a proposal at https://ventura.bonfirehub.com.

Funded Opportunities

Title Closing Date Award
WIOA Youth Services
December 9, 2020
Goodwill Industries of Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties
Business Retention - Layoff Aversion Services
December 9, 2020
Economic Development Collaborative
Disability Employment Navigator
May 21, 2021
Managed Career Solutions
One-Stop Operator
September 24, 2021
Alamom Consulting, Inc.
Pathways to Employment
March 18, 2022
Managed Career Solutions
Workforce Development Outreach
March 18, 2022
Consortium Media + PR

One-Stop Operator Conflict of Interest Disclosure

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Federal Funding Disclosure (Stevens Amendment)

The Stevens Amendment is a federal law found in H.R. 6157  that requires funding information to be included on all projects or programs using federal funds. It is intended to provide transparency for taxpayers and ensure federally funded research and work are properly credited.

For more information on our programs funded by the Employment Development Department visit edd.ca.gov. For federal funding disclosure information, visit https://edd.ca.gov/en/jobs_and_training/federal-grant-funding-disclosure-stevens-amendment/.

For more information on our programs funded by the California Workforce Development Board visit cwdb.ca.gov. For federal funding disclosure information, visit https://cwdb.ca.gov/federalfundingdisclosure/.