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File #: 22-4200    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/13/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/17/2022 Final action:
Title: APPROVE THE AGREEMENT WITH THE SOUTH BAY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, INC., FOR THE CITY TO PROVIDE WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING TO AN EMPLOYEE OF THE SOUTH BAY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, INC. FOR THE TERM OF MAY 25, 2022 UNTIL OCTOBER 31, 2023.
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report, 2. Agreement with South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc., 3. South Bay One-Stop Business & Career Centers Supervisor Handbook
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: MICHAEL W. WEBB, CITY ATTORNEY JOY ABAQUIN, QUALITY OF LIFE PROSECUTOR

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APPROVE THE AGREEMENT WITH THE SOUTH BAY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, INC., FOR THE CITY TO PROVIDE WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING TO AN EMPLOYEE OF THE SOUTH BAY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, INC. FOR THE TERM OF MAY 25, 2022 UNTIL OCTOBER 31, 2023.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Enhanced Response to Homelessness Program strives to take down obstacles to obtaining permanent housing. The City has an opportunity to provide a person experiencing homelessness job training and experience through the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc.'s Paid Work Experience Program. In addition to the program's homeless court, pallet shelter, bridge housing, Homeless Housing Navigator, and various amendments to the Municipal Code, this program would help a person experiencing homelessness earn income and develop skills to find sustainable employment in the future.

BACKGROUND
The South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc. (SBWIB, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3), non-profit corporation, that administers employment and training programs. The SBWIB, Inc. promotes an innovative workforce development system that supports job retention and creation, and accelerates economic growth in the South Bay region.
Upon approval of this agreement, SBWIB, Inc. will recommend participants who are experiencing homelessness to receive work experience in the City of Redondo Beach. The City will interview the recommended participants and choose a person who has experienced homelessness in Redondo Beach and is known to the City's Homeless Housing Navigator as someone who is ready to start learning employment skills.

COORDINATION
The City Attorney's Office coordinated with the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc. to execute this agreement.

FISCAL IMPACT
As an employee of the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc., the participant's salary will be paid by the South Bay Workforce ...

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