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Listings filed under: Employment
A resource center designed as a self-directed system, maintained through a community partnership to provide easy access to employment-related information services for job seekers, workers & employers. Orientations provided throughout the day. Internet access, job listings, job search seminars, CalJOBS … Continue reading
To put experience to work. SER Jobs for Progress helps low-income seniors, many with multiple barriers to employment, get the training they need to find good jobs in their local communities.
We place seniors 55 or older on low-income at a non profit Host Agency for training. They get the minimum wage and work 20 hours per week.
University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) professional educator provides individual and agency training on the Gateway curriculum that helps prepare welfare recipients to enter the workforce.
An Employment Resource Center making the connection between employers and job seekers. We provide equipment and resources for job search.
Youth (ages 14-21) employment preparation workshops, career assessment, work experience opportunities (paid & unpaid), assistance in completing high school, GED or CHSPE. Supportive services and referrals. Leadership opportunities. One stop job services.
Youth (ages 14-21) employment preparation workshops, career assessment, work experience opportunities (paid & unpaid), assistance in completing high school, GED or CHSPE. Supportive services and referrals. Leadership opportunities. One stop job search, job search activities, life skills, and work experience. … Continue reading
Partner in One-Stop Employment and Career Center providing services to employers and job seekers.
Mother Lode Job Training (MLJT) was established in 1983 under a joint powers agreement with Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, and Tuolumne Counties. MLJT is the designated operator of the local area One-Stop Centers governed by the Mother Lode Workforce Investment Board … Continue reading
Responsible for coordinating and integrating workforce preparation programs and services for workers and employers through job connection resource centers in Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa and Tuolumne Counties.