What's your interest in Workforce Development?


The Regional Consortium is offering several opportunities to coordinate the CTE Enhancement Fund planning process with other colleges. Collaborating with other colleges will help our region coordinate programs, avoid duplication, and identify needs that can be met through multi-college grants.

 Labor Market Research

Click on the links below to view recent labor market analyses put together by the Regional Consortium, the Centers of Excellence, and San Diego Workforce Partnership.

Advanced Manufacturing
Clean Energy
Life Sciences



A web-based interactive network been set up for each of the seventeen sectors that all of our region’s CTE programs fall under.
Click here to join the conversation.


Labor Market Research

Industry Sector Gap Analysis Reports, completed this summer for Health, Life Sciences/Biotech, Advanced Manufacturing, Renewables/Clean Energy, ICT/Digital Media, and International Trade, are available to help you meet the required criteria of the CTE EF funding.

We also have a many great resources on our Labor Market Research database.

We welcome your input! If you have suggestions on how to keep advance the planning process–please let us know by emailing [email protected]


Previous Activities

WDC Meeting at the CCCAOE Conference

Thursday, October 23, 3:15-5:00 pm
The L.A. Hotel Downtown

The San Diego and Imperial County colleagues met for a discussion about the initial applications submitted for CTE EF. An analysis of the proposals were provided and a facilitated conversation was held about the opportunities for coordination. Conference Details.


Facilitated Conversations

Deputy Sector Navigator (DSN) facilitated conference calls in September, October & November for each of our seven priority, emergent and locally approved sectors; one additional “all other sectors”.


Workforce Development Conference

Thursday, Oct. 2, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hall of Champions, Balboa Park
Co-sponsored by the Consortium and the San Diego Workforce Partnership. The Industry Sector Gap Analysis Reports for five of our seven sectors were showcased at the conference with panels of DSNs and industry sector employers responding to the reports.