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1984: LETC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit public benefit corporation. California programs formerly under the International Union became LETC programs. Initial contracts included Comprehensive Employment and Training Act programs in Long Beach, Orange County, Los Angeles City, and Los Angeles County, Rockwell B-1B tile installation, and New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI) team training under the California state Employment Training Panel (ETP). Current projects include Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funded programs in California and Missouri, Advanced Automotive Job Corps Centers in five states, and joint apprenticeship programs with the United Automobile and Aerospace Workers (UAW) international union.
About Labor Employment and Training Corporation
The Labor Employment and Training Corporation (LETC) is a private non-profit, national labor management organization that has been operating federal, state and local workforce programs since its inception in 1984. Headquartered in Los Angeles County, UAW-LETC manages workforce development programs in eight states under a wide range of federal and state contracts, along with projects funded by labor and the private sector.
LETC’s mission is to develop innovative workforce solutions that meet the needs of an ever-evolving economy through collaborations between labor, government, and businesses.
- To enhance job seeker skills to attain economic self-sufficiency, therefore develop a robust and high-quality workforce;
- To nurture innovative business practices through partnerships between employers, unions, social services agencies, public education, industry associations and faith-based organizations; and
- To provide and facilitate customized vocational training programs.
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