California

ACT WorkKeys NCRC Earned

Total: 28,699

Platinum:

1,550

Gold:

5,332

Silver:

13,304

Bronze:

8,513

Job Profiles Completed 68

Employers Supporting 145

Engaged July 2015

ACT WorkKeys NCRC Data:
01-01-2006 - 05-31-2024

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communities participating

1%
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About California Work Ready Communities

ACT Work Ready Communities (WRC) empowers communities and states with process, data and tools deployed in a common workforce development framework to drive economic growth by certifying communities as "work ready" when established goals are attained.

Think of it as a docking station where all participants plug into the common community-level ACT Work Ready Community criteria as part of establishing community goals.

The common criteria are based upon the ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate (ACT WorkKeys NCRC) and business engagement to create a community-based workforce development process that links, aligns and matches the community's workforce development efforts to the needs of business and industry. The goal is for all participating communities to achieve certified work ready status.

ACT is leading this national effort with a two-session Boot Camp within a 3-month window to help participants share best practices, customize the national implementation framework or their own needs and build career pathways aligned to growth industries.

More on how to engage