Community Career Development, Inc. (CCD), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has served the Los Angeles community since 1972. Committed to its motto, “Empowerment through Employment,” CCD contracts with the City and County of Los Angeles Workforce Development Boards to operate the Wilshire Metro, Rancho Dominguez WorkSource Centers/America’s Job Centers of California. Co-located with the State of California Employment Development Department, CCD provides free employment services to 20,000+ adult and 500+ youth job seekers each year, while ensuring that veterans and their program-eligible family members receive priority service. In addition to job seeker services, CCD provides business solutions and workforce development assistance to local employers
Community Career Development’s mission is empowerment through employment. We provide the tools, resources and training that benefit job seekers, businesses and the community.
Community Career Development strives to be recognized as the premier provider of business and workforce services by providing workforce education and training, career guidance, job placement and business services to job seekers, businesses and the community.
Community Career Development promotes excellence in every aspect of the agency’s performance while maintaining a commitment to serving our customers and community. The agency implements continuous quality improvement though teamwork and innovation.
Alberto has more than 20 years of experience working in positions of increasing authority at non-profit and government agencies, operating community service and workforce development programs serving youth and adults.
Since 2016, Mr. Uribe has served as the Executive Director of Community Career Development, Inc. Throughout his career, Alberto has worked with government entities, elected officials, industry leaders, professional associations, education and vocational training experts, nonprofit boards, and community organizations to design, develop and deliver effective interventions. He has extensive experience in the administration and oversight of Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth, Veterans, Probation and Job Corps training and placement programs. A fluent communicator in English and Spanish.
Mr. Uribe was raised in Laredo, Texas and Uribe earned his B.A. and M.A in Political Science from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.
As Executive Director of CCD, Alberto is responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of CCD’s initiatives which include developing and delivering services targeting the needs of low-income communities, Veterans, Youth, Ex-offenders, Senior Citizens and the Homeless.
Empowerment Through Employment
Funded by the City and County of Los Angeles WDB in partnership with the Employment Development Department Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. To ensure availability, your request should be received at least 5 business days in advance of the need. City: TTY 213-368-0047, Phone 213-365-9829, Fax 213-365-9839 / County: TTY 310-762-1283, Phone 310-762-1101, Fax 310-762-1129.