Employment & Training

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
Buckelew Programs: 571-5581.
See Counseling & Mental Health and Permanent Supportive Housing sections. www.buckelew.org

California Human Development Anthony Soto Employment Training: 521-4764.  Assists farm workers & others to secure stable, non-seasonal jobs. Trainings include: truck driver class A license, shipping & receiving & forklift training. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 1015 Center Dr, #B. Se habla español.  Also see Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Disability, Farm Worker Services and Immigration sections. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Catholic Charities Coach 2 Career: 542-5426.  For homeless or formerly homeless people. 7-week course includes employment counseling, life skills, Hire Attire workshops, resume building & computer job searches. M-F 9am-5pm. 465 A St. Se habla español. Also see additional listings for Catholic Charities in Emergency Shelters, Financial Assistance, Food, and Transitional Housing sections.  www.srcharities.org

Conservation Corps North Bay: 303-3069. recruiter@conservationcorpsnorthbay.org A free, one-year employment training & educational program  for young people ages 18-25. Participants get their high school diploma & on-the-job training in environmental positions: recycling, trail-building, fire fuel reduction & construction-based projects. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 365 Blodgett Street, Cotati. Se habla español. List of positions online: www.conservationcorpsnorthbay.org

Goodwill Industries: 523-0550. information@gire.org Job placement, resumes & interviewing skills for people with mental health issues. Mon-Thu 8:30am-3:30pm; Fri 8:30am-12:30pm. 651 Yolanda Ave. Se habla español. www.gire.org

North Bay Veterans Resource Center (Div. of Veterans Resource Centers of America): 578-8387. See Veterans Services section.

Sonoma County Job Link: 565-5550. joblink@schsd.org. Job search, training, career planning, resumes, computer lab, job placement. Special services for veterans, seniors 55+, people with disabilities & youth. Orientation every day at 1:30pm at 2227 Capricorn Way #100. Office Hrs: M-F 8am-5pm.  Se habla español.  www.joblinksonomacounty.org

SonomaWORKS: 565-5500. Welfare-to-work program for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families recipients, employment & training services, cash assistance, child care, transportation, mental health & substance abuse services. M-F 9am-5pm. 2227 Capricorn Way #100.  Se habla español. www.sonomaworks.org

YouthBuild Santa Rosa (Community Action Partnership Sonoma): 578-2034. cmcchesney@capsonoma.org. Education, job training & leadership skills for youth 16-24 without a high school diploma. M-F 9am-5pm. 1300 No. Dutton Av. Se habla español. www.capsonoma.org

YouthLink Employment & Education Svs (Social Advocates for Youth): 544-3299 x239. Job readiness, resumes & mock interviews. Helps with apprenticeship programs, staying in school & GED prep for youth 14-21. M-F 9am-5pm. 3440 Airway Drive #F. Se habla español.  Please see additional listings for Social Advocates for Youth in Counseling & Mental Health and Youth Services sections. www.saysc.org

Fulton
Fulton Day Labor Center (California Human Development): 328-9793.
Connects day & field workers with employers.  Helps with resumes, translation, applications and educational opportunities. M-F 7am-12pm. Mobile unit on Second St. Se habla español. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Graton
Graton Day Labor Center: 829-1864. gratondaylabor@gmail.com Connects day workers with jobs. Health screenings one morning/week for day laborers working through the Labor Center. English language classes. Hiring Hrs: Mon-Sat 6:30am-11am; Sun 8am-12 noon. Center Hrs: Mon-Fri 6:30am-2:30pm; Sat 6:30am-1pm; Sun 8am-12 noon. 2981 Bowen St. Se habla español. www.gratondaylabor.org

Healdsburg
Healdsburg Day Labor Center (California Human Development): 433-6652.
Connects day & field workers with employers.  Helps with resumes, translation, applications & educational opportunities. M-F 7am-12pm. 405 Grove St. Se habla español. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Petaluma
Petaluma People Services Center LearnToEarn: 765-8488. learntoearn@petalumapeople.org.  School to career activities, individualized education and/or employment. M-F 9am-5pm. 1500A Petaluma Blvd So.  Se habla español. Also see Counseling & Mental Health, Employment & Training, Financial Assistance, Legal Services and Senior Services sections. www.petalumapeople.org

SonomaWorks (Petaluma People Services Center): 765-8488. admin@petalumapeople.org. Welfare-to-work program for TANF recipients. M-F 9am-5pm. www.petalumapeople.org

Sonoma
La Luz Center: 938-5131.
Helps with computer literacy, ESL Classes, GED in Spanish, high school tutoring & mentoring, scholarships. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. Se habla español. 17560 Greger St. Also see Financial, Food and Health Care sections. www.laluzcenter.org

YouthLink Employment Services – Sonoma Valley (Social Advocates for Youth): 996-7991. Training, tutoring, supportive services, leadership opportunities, adult mentoring, work experience, counseling & referrals for youth 14-21. M-F 9am-5pm. 1055 Broadway #E-2.  Se habla español.  www.saysc.org

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