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An aerial photo of the Central San Joaquin Valley showing agriculture fields.

Central San Joaquin Valley

High Road Transition Collaborative

Our vision is to foster an inclusive, resilient, and sustainable economy that creates quality jobs and provides equitable economic access to all across the Central San Joaquin Valley.


Valley CERF is supported by 108 partners representing the education / workforce sector, WIBs and community colleges, organized labor and worker organizations, business groups, environmental organizations, local governments, tribal entities, and numerous CBO partners.


Recognizing the geographic size, diversity, and complexity of the region and the need to balance power among stakeholders and across multiple jurisdictions, Valley CERF utilizes a collaborative governance structure and decision-making process that allows for maximum input and inclusion at the local level.


Ensuring an inclusive process that centers disinvested community and nontraditional voices is key to the Valley CERF process. Click below to learn more about our outreach and engagement plan, as well as access our calendar of local and regional HRTC meetings.


What will it take to fundamentally transform our region and foster an inclusive, resilient, and sustainable economy?

Valley CERF 4-County Region:

A graphic image of a 4-county region in California including Madera, Fresno, Kings, and Tulare counties.
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