AJCC Partners

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act (WIOA) strengthens the ability of the nation’s public workforce system to align investments in workforce development, education and training, and economic development efforts with regional in-demand jobs. WIOA focuses on the importance of providing customers with access to high-quality One-Stop centers (known as the AJCCs) that connect customers with the full range of services available in their communities.

Master MOU

WIOA Master Memorandum of Understanding - 07/01/22-06/30/25

The purpose of the Master MOU is to provide a county-wide agreement that establishes a cooperative working relationship between Solano’s workforce development entities that receive federal workforce funding. By establishing an agreement between workforce entities to work effectively together, the County will ensure access to a high-quality AJCC in Solano that provides comprehensive and multi-faceted workforce services in the community for all customers.

Services include:

1.       Support in securing, retaining, and advancing meaningful employment
2.       Building of basic educational or occupational skills
3.       Pathways to certificates or degrees, including secondary and postsecondary
4.       Guidance on choosing and pursuing career pathways
5.       Support in identifying, hiring, and advancing skilled workforce

This Master MOU is required to be approved by the WDB and the County prior to the establishment of guidelines regarding financial contributions between the WDB and the partners of the AJCC.  Therefore, it is understood that any financial or fiduciary arrangements with the AJCC system are to be outlined in a separate agreement(s) between the partnering agencies.

Partner Agency MOUs

The Partner Agency MOU incorporated by reference in the Master MOU defines individual AJCC partner contributions and commitments to Solano’s workforce system. Incorporated in each Partner Agency MOU is agreement on the implementation of services within the AJCC system as it relates to shared services, shared customers, referral systems, and shared resources and costs.

Partner Agency MOU Attachments: (click attachment to view)

  • Attachment A – System Costs Funding - addresses how to sustain the unified system through the use of resource sharing and joint infrastructure cost funding.
  • Attachment B – AJCC Shared Infrastructure Cost Budget - contains the estimated infrastructure cost and the shared cost attributable to each participating partner, as applicable.
  • Attachment C – AJCC Shared System Services - lists the services provided to persons seeking assistance and to businesses.
  • Attachment D – AJCC System Points of Contact - lists access to services via physical sites, electronic and other connections.

To view the Partner Agency MOU between WDB and it’s AJCC Partner, please click on the partner name below.

Benicia Unified School District

California Indian Manpower ConsortiumProvides job training and employment opportunities for low-income, unemployed or underemployed Native American populations. (800) 640-2462, http://www.cimcinc.org

California Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, training, & job placement for persons with disabilities. (707) 428-2080, as for counselor of the day. www.dor.ca.gov

California Human DevelopmentCounseling, training & job placement for migrant or seasonal farmworkers. (707) 678-5380, www.cahumandevelopment.org

Community Action Partnership – (CAP-Solano) – Strengthens communities by providing transitional and permanent housing, and other safety net services that support low-income families and individuals, homeless families and individuals, migrant or seasonal farm workers and elderly low-income individuals. (707) 428-7749, www.capsolanojpa.org

Employment Development Department Job search, recruitment assistance, trade adjustment services, & labor market information. www.edd.ca.gov, Vallejo (707) 648-4024, Napa (707) 259-8139

Fairfield-Suisun Adult SchoolIt is evident that improving one's educational skills is an expectation for workplace success. The adult school offers classes/opportunities in meeting educational goals. (707) 421-4155, https://www.fsusd.org/fsas

Job CorpsCareer technical training & academic training programs, residential services, job preparation, placement assistance, counseling and support for ages 16 – 24. (415) 937-2611, https://www.jobcorps.gov/

NAPCA – SER Jobs for ProgressProvides local job search assistance to persons aged 55 and over, as well as a paid work experience while developing up to date job skills.Income based, Call (707) 863-3580 for Fairfield (leave message) and (707) 6495488 for Vallejowww.sercalifornia.org

Solano Community College

Solano County Health & Social ServicesPromotes cost-effective services, which safeguard the physical, emotional, & social well being of the people of Solano County. www.mybenefitscalwin.org to begin or call in Vacaville (707) 469-4500; Fairfield (707) 784-8050; Vallejo (707) 553-5000

Vallejo Unified School District

Vacaville Unified School District

Workforce Development Board of Solano County – Offers a variety of no-cost services; including employment preparation workshops, job search assistance, and short term pre-vocational training opportunities, and services for Businesses. Fairfield (707) 863-3500, http://www.solanoemployment.org/

 

For questions about WDB’s AJCC Partners and/or any of the MOU’s please contact Tracy White at twhite@solanowdb.org or 707-863-3520.