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Youth Policy Council

The Alameda County Youth Policy Council is a legislatively (WIA) mandated subgroup of the Workforce Investment Board (WIB). This 16 member council is jointly appointed by the Workforce Investment Board and the Board of Supervisors. Membership includes representation from the WIB, juvenile justice, law enforcement, education, labor, public housing, parents, youth, community based organizations, and other entities with interest and expertise in youth policy. The Youth Policy Council is charged with developing youth employment and training policy and practice, recommending youth service providers to the WIB, conducting oversight of local youth programs, conducting oversight over a $2,000,000 grant on behalf of the County of Alameda, and broadening the youth services focus in the community.

Name Company/Organization Phone
Alamillo, Angelina Employment Development Department 59-3535
Eason, Gana Alameda County
Social Services Agency
71-9120

Fenceroy, Sonya

Alameda County Social Services Agency -8816
Goldberg, Michael One-Stop Career Center System (510) 748-2399
Johnson, Brenda
Berkeley City College (510) 981-2830
Lockerbie, Elizabeth Youth Representative (510) 777-9839
Lopez, Lisa Juvenile Justice/ Probation/ Public Defender (510) 667-4415
Lozano, Rachel Alameda County Law Enforcement System (510) 670-5100
Nunn, Lolita
Parent of WIA Eligible Youth
(510) 689-8156
Tarango, Elizabeth Alameda County
Office of Education
(510) 670-7752
Williams, Niculia Berkeley Youth Alternatives (510) 647-0714
Woo, Theresa Calif. State Dept. of Rehab. (510) 622-2791
 
     
 
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