WIN-LA is delivered through established regional partnerships between Metro, the City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board and Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services which houses the County of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board and the five consortia Workforce Development Boards (WBD) and a collaborative of enlisted partners including Los Angeles Regional Community Colleges, community based organizations, supportive service providers, labor and trade organizations  including private and public sector employers  and others.

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Shared values, goals and objectives

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Enhanced access to education and training

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Integrated and coordinated support services

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Innovative strategies for outreach, identification and inclusion

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Cross-section of public and private sector partners

  1. Shared values, goals and objectives in support of enhanced access to education, training and quality employment outcomes for WIN-LA participants; and the attainment of measurable workforce and socio-economic outcomes for Metro, the transportation industry and the region.
  2. Integrated and coordinated support services leading to networked resources and service providers and a systems approach to achieving sustained WIN-LA career pathways.
  3. Innovative strategies for outreach, identification and inclusion of targeted populations and diverse communities; the creative identification of solutions to enable seamless coordination of inter-agency systems and resources; transitional hand-offs to partners, supportive service providers and access to career pathways.
  4. Convergence of a cross-section of public and private sector partners.
  • City of Los Angeles, Mayor's Office of Workforce Development and Economic Opportunity
  • City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board
  • Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services and the County of Los Angeles
  • Workforce Development Board
  • Pacific Gateway Workforce Development Board
  • South Bay Workforce Investment Board
  • Foothill Workforce Development Board
  • Verdugo Workforce Development Board
  • Southeast Los Angeles Workforce Development Board
  • Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD)
  • California Community Colleges LA/OC Regional Consortium (LAOCRC)
  • Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC)
  • Transportation Workforce Institute (TWI)
  • Los Angeles Valley College
  • First Place for Youth
  • Alliance for Children's Rights
  • The Weingart Center
  • Chrysalis

Submit your interest to partner with us.

SUBMIT INTEREST
    • Overview

      The WIN-LA Advisory Committee was established in fall 2017 to provide insight and expertise in the development of implementation of WIN-LA and to promote the shared values, goals and objectives for this regional collaboration.

    • Purpose

      • Provide insight and expertise in the development and implementation of WIN-LA program framework, career pathways and collaborative services.
      • Inform best practices for workforce development, leveraging the expertise of service providers - particularly with a focus on WIN-LA targeted communities.
      • Support in the identification of resources for Metro to leverage for regional impact.
      • Inform strategies to improve and bolster WIN-LA's goals and objectives.
    • Member Organizations

      To promote a diverse, representative voice of WIN-LA targeted communities in Los Angeles County, the advisory committee is comprised of a collaboration of stakeholders:

      • City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board
      • City of Los Angeles, Mayor's Office of Workforce Development and Economic Opportunity
      • Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services and the County of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board
      • Regional Consortia of Workforce Development Boards
      • Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC)
      • Transportation Workforce Institute (TWI)
      • First Place for Youth
      • The Weingart Center
      • Alliance for Children's Right
      • Chrysalis
      • Metro's Human Capital Department
      • Metro's Office of Civil Rights
      • Metro's Women's & Girls Governing Council
      • Metro's Diversity and Economic Opportunity
    • Meetings

      The WIN-LA Advisory Committee will meet quarterly unless noted otherwise. Meetings are held at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012; location subject to change.

      2017 Quarterly Meeting Dates

      2018 Quarterly Meeting Dates

      To submit interest in joining the WIN-LA Advisory Committee, please email winla@metro.net