California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc

The CIMC Movement: Creating Positive Change for Native Communities

aka CIMC   |   SACRAMENTO, CA   |  http://www.cimcinc.org

Mission

CIIMC was created in 1978 as a nonprofit to work for the social welfare, educational and economic advancement of its member tribes, groups, organizations and Indians and other Native Americans living in its service area. The primary purpose is to offer training, employment, and other activities designed to meet the employment and training needs of the client population. CIMC also administers programs designed to promote community self-help activities, assist clients to achieve economic self-sufficiency, provide direct services to alleviate poverty, provide professional economic development services, and improve the educational attainment levels of Native American youth and adults.

Ruling year info

1978

Executive Director

Ms. Lorenda T. Sanchez

Main address

738 N MARKET BLVD

SACRAMENTO, CA 95834 USA

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EIN

94-2472564

NTEE code info

Employment Procurement Assistance and Job Training (J20)

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Our programs

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Workforce Development Program - Workforce Innnovation and Opportunity Act

The CIMC WIOA Title I, Section 166 Program targets Native American participants most in need of and who can benefit from program services; develops the most appropriate plan of services for each participant based on an accurate and adequate assessment of the participant's skills, abilities, career interests and goals, employment needs, training needs, and other needs; utilizes the most current employment and related information and statistics when providing counseling for program participants so that training and career decisions can be made with the participant's informed understanding of the labor market; meets participant's employment and training needs and enhance their long-term employability through the development of comprehensive plans of service and career pathways through the placement of participants in appropriate employment and training activities; coordinates services with other social service agencies to meet both the employment and training and other social services needs of program participants, thus improving their chances of successfully meeting their goals; provides program services to the maximum possible number of participants by coordinating services with other available funding resources; coordinates and participates in the one-stop system; places participants in employment and training activities that are based on employers' needs, thus improving participants' likelihood of obtaining and retaining unsubsidized employment; continues the development of relationships with employers that will allow for the sharing of both information and expertise between private sector employers and the program; and contributes toward the development of both reservation and non-reservation Indian and Native American communities by making services available through the program.

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Financials

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California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc

Board of directors
as of 11/26/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Benjamin Charley, Jr.

California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc

Term: 2017 - 2021

Benjamin Charley, Jr.

Dunlap Band of Mono Indians

Gary Rickard

Wintu Tribe of Northern California & Toyon-Wintu Center

Stacy Dixon

Susanville Indian Rancheria

Robert Smith

Pala Band of Mission Indians

Kim Cook

American Indian Health Service of Chicago, Inc.

Roseanne Moose

Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley

Shelia Smith-Lopez

Pala Cupa Cultural Center

Barbara Bird

Feather River Tribal Health, Inc.

Nichole Redmond

Fresno American Indian Health Project

Jackie WiseSpirit

Cahuilla Band of Indians

Tanya Estrada

Potter Valley Tribe

Organizational demographics

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

Race & ethnicity
Native American/American Indian/Indigenous
Gender identity
Female
Sexual orientation
Decline to state
Disability status
Decline to state

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Gender identity

 

Sexual orientation

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Disability

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