About SELACO WDB
Welcome to the Southeast Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board (SELACO WDB) online business resource center and job seeker career center. SELACO’s WDB’s mission is two-fold. We specialize in business solutions for employers seeking a trained workforce and the funds to access upskill training for existing and new employees. SELACO also specializes in career solutions for job seekers as they gain the skills necessary to secure long term employment.
Employers greatly value SELACO’s access to a trained workforce ready to hire, as well as training funds for their current workforce. SELACO promotes the growth of companies through access to labor market data, information on tax credits, business development, loan programs, labor laws, labor market information, business to business services, business start-up, and business expansion.
Job Seekers value the convenience of our state-of-the-art Career Center, designed to access either virtually or in-person. SELACO provides workshops in job search techniques and resume building. Career coaches assist in job search activities, assessment of job skills, and interviewing techniques. All career services are designed to support individuals seeking sustainable employment and long term career solutions. This website provides a robust virtual menu to enhance knowledge of our specialized programs that support the needs of our job seekers and employers.
The Executive Director
As the leader of a High Performing Board, Mrs. Castro is committed to the development of regional initiatives that address the employment needs of job seekers and support the growth of businesses in our region.
Mission and Vision
The SELACO Workforce Development Board provides personalized services that foster the progress of employers and encourages the potential of individuals, to build a strong workforce for the Southeast Los Angeles Region. A flexible and entrepreneurial staff uses current technology to stimulate the development of innovative programs and education. We link individuals to the training they need to gain self-sufficiency and collaborate with employers to enhance the economic vitality and the human resources of the community.