Human Capital

Launching our future workforce into local careers
Our work will improve access to local opportunities for our youth. We’re aligning K16 pathways with local business & industry, incentivizing youth to pursue their future here, and helping them gain valuable experience through internships and work based learning.

Job Fairs for San Bernardino Youth

We host a series of workshops leading up to and to prepare our students for Summer Jobs and the Fall/Winter Seasonal Hiring Term.

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Our Commitment

The Human Capital Leadership Council is committed to explore and consider workforce development, recruitment, and retention strategies that promote stronger organizations and community. Specifically, the HCLC will consider solutions for increasing the success of the future workforce in local upwardly mobile careers.

Future Ready Career Pathways

We’re lifting up and building out pathways aligned with careers located in San Bernardino and its surrounding area so our local youth will be ready for jobs of today and have the skills needed for success tomorrow.

Learn More about Jobs of the Future in the IE

Workplace Essential Skills

Ensuring youth master the skills to be upwardly mobile in the workplace including mental wellness and lifelong learning mindset

Learn More about Mental Health First Aid

Post-Secondary Success

Our work together helps the youth of our community to access and succeed in college, university, and technical trade schools that will give them the skills and certifications needed to secure employment and thrive here.

Youth Mentorship

Pairing youth with successful and caring adults in the community to provide extra guidance

Internships& Apprenticeships

Ensuring youth have access to meaningful workplace experiences

Interested in an Internship or Work Based Learning?

Youth Leadership

Preparing and connecting youth to meaningful leadership opportunities within the City


Pictures: Interns with Mayor Helen Tran at Perris Hill Park, Map of San Bernardino and where residents want to see EVs, Keychains made by Curtis Middle School Students, Interns at Orientation at Arrowhead Grove

Get in touch with Us.

We welcome you to contact us for more information
about any of our collective efforts

Any Question at


599 North E Street

San Bernardino, CA 92401

Monday - Friday

Hours Vary

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