Local Resources for Job Seekers

Job Hunters Boot Camp #12 on October 13, 2015 was a great success. We had 120 employers, 600 job seekers, 90 one-on-one resume reviews and six work shops. If this event will lead to a job, please call Congresswoman Speier's office and let us know. We want to hear about the next success story!

For more government, nonprofit and educational resources, check out these organizations:

  1. NOVA http://novaworks.org/Wok

  2. EDD (Employment Development Department, State of California) www.edd.ca.gov

  3. San Francisco Employment Development Department, 801 Turk St., San Francisco, CA 94102, (415) 749-7503

  4. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco www.cccssf.org

  5. Goodwill Industries Training Programs Goodwill Industries Of San Francisco, San Mateo & Marin Counties

  6. Goodwill www.sfgoodwill.org

  7. Department of Labor http://www.dol.gov/dol/audience/aud-unemployed.htm

  8. San Mateo Human Services Agency www.co.sanmateo.ca.us or http://www.smcworks.org/

  9. Family Service Agency www.familyserviceagency.org

  10. Job Train www.jobtrainworks.org

  11. San Mateo Central Labor Council www.sanmateolaborcouncil.org

  12. San Mateo County Libraries: http://plsinfo.org/getanswers/laidoff.htm

  13. College of San Mateo http://www.collegeofsanmateo.edu/career

  14. Cañada College www.canadacollege.edu or http://smccd.edu/careers/

  15. Skyline Community College www.skylinecollege.edu or http://www.skylinecollege.edu/general/careerCenter/index.html

  16. Apprenticeship Standards Division www.dir.ca.gov

  17. California Conservation Corps www.ccc.ca.gov employment opportunities for 18-25 who are willing to make a one year commitment to work on environmental conservation projects

  18. Regional Occupational Program ROP http://www.smcoe.k12.ca.us/rop

  19. Work Transition Services www.worktran.com assistance for disabled adults/youth obtain employment

  20. Next Step Center www.nextstepjobs.org vocational and employment services for veterans