The Work Force Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a federally funded program that offers financial assistance to individuals who wish to obtain vocational training and have unmet needs after applying for the tuition fee waiver and financial aid. The program will help you find a job or train for a new career. It is important that you choose a career in the labor market. If jobs are unavailable in your local area, you will need to consider relocating or commuting to another area.

The WIOA Office is located in Room 121, next to the Admissions and Records Office. This office offers a computer lab, internet access, a study area, and a small lending library for textbooks. Come by and see if you qualify for vocational training, books, supplies, uniforms, tools, fees, testing, transportation assistance, and other school or job-related needs. This is not a loan and does not have to be repaid. You can be on Financial Aid, EOP&S, CARE, DSPS, CalWorks, unemployment, veteran’s benefits, and scholarships, and still receive WIOA assistance. This is not an entitlement program, you must qualify, and then it is based on need and funds available at the county level. For more information call (530) 741-6831 Txt (530) 636-0429 or email:

The Yuba College WIOA Office is administered by the North Central Counties Consortium. North Central Counties Consortium (NCCC) was formed under a joint powers agreement to administer the federally funded Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) in the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, and Yuba. North Central Counties Consortium is dedicated to supporting economic vitality in NCCC’s communities by assuring that the highest level of workforce development services are provided to local businesses and job seekers through our
comprehensive One-Stop service delivery system.