SCCBC member Bay Federal Credit Union was recently named one of "2017 Best Credit Unions to Work For" for the second time in three years! Bay Federal was also named one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area the past three years running. As part of its efforts to be an employer of choice in … [Read More...] about Congrats to Bay Fed CU
Areas of Focus
& Economic Development
Be future-minded in all committee-related activities, promote opportunities; avoid negativity.
To provide issue-specific education for the private-sector, and by the private-sector, related to infrastructure projects and policy.
To ensure that each SCCBC member feels that they are receiving a positive return on their investment in the organization.
At Downtown Streets Team our goal is to prepare homeless men and women for the workforce and to help them move forward and into regular employment. The old adage, “get a job, bum” is too simple and unrealistic when we stop to think about the many challenges that people face simply to find a place to … [Read More...] about An Introduction to the Downtown Streets Team
Agricultural Workforce Development Survey As you know, our agricultural sector constitutes an important pillar of our local economy, and while technologies and new regulations come into place, we need to adapt to this changing environment by acquiring new skills and knowledge. The Pajaro … [Read More...] about Important Survey for Ag-Related Businesses
Twitter Feed + Upcoming Events
SCCBC is sponsoring the October edition of Watsonville Wednesday - Lunch in the Park! Join us for an outdoor lunch in the beautiful downtown Plaza Park and meet community
SCCBC is sponsoring the October edition of Watsonville Wednesday – Lunch in the Park!
Join us for an outdoor lunch in the beautiful downtown Plaza Park and meet community leaders.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
358 Main Street, Watsonville, CA
As part of Santa Cruz County's Housing Week, SCCBC is co-sponsoring a reception and expert panel discussion on the future of affordable housing in Santa Cruz County, moderated by Santa Cruz
As part of Santa Cruz County’s Housing Week, SCCBC is co-sponsoring a reception and expert panel discussion on the future of affordable housing in Santa Cruz County, moderated by Santa Cruz Mayor Cynthia Chase.
(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Museum of Art & History
705 Front Street, Santa Cruz