Sonoma County Office of Education

Economic Outlook Information

SCOE works closely with several groups that can help districts align their programs with current industry goals and expectations. The following organizations provide reports and presentations that identify growing industry sectors and forecast economic and workforce needs.

Sonoma County Economic Development Board
Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board
North Bay Leadership Council
California Employment Development Department

Industry and Education Partnership Agreement
Districts can also sign the Innovation Action Council’s “Industry and Education Partnership Agreement." This agreement outlines five goals for providing career learning opportunities that prepare young people to fulfill Sonoma County’s future workforce needs.


  • Stephen Jackson, Director, CTE Partnerships


Questions may be directed to:

  • Stephen Jackson, Director, CTE Partnerships
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