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GSUL Success Prep Session! – SMUD

America’s Job Center of California - Greater Sacramento Urban League 3725 Marysville Blvd., Sacramento

Enroll now in the Greater Sacramento Urban League (GSUL) Job Center’s Success Prep Session starting the weeks of May 16, 2022 (session 1) or May 23, 2022 (session 2), from 9AM-Noon or 6P-9P.   SMUD is reintroducing Utility Worker Training which pays a $500 stipend, per week, during SMUD’s portion of this 6-week training.  Virtual and in-person classes are offered in a Covid-19 complaint facility.  Please read this flyer for details SMUD Careers Program, or contact Ronnie L. Cobb at rcobb@gsul.org (916.286.8646) for more information.

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VIRTUAL Job Center Orientation

Interested in a job or career?  You are invited to attend the Sacramento Works Job Centers’ VIRTUAL Orientation every Tuesday  from 9 to 10AM.  Learn about AJCC Employment & Training services; topics include – Workforce Preparation & Training, Coaching & Career Planning, Information Sessions & Workshops, Virtual & In-Person Services.  Please read this flyer for more information and the ZOOM link Flyer – Virtual Orientation.  To REGISTER, or for technical assistance and/or questions, please contact: Tammy Banghart (916) 563-5151Join in via ZOOM, HEREMeeting ID: 848 4717 2877, Password: 275484

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La Familia Resume and Interview Workshops

America’s Job Center of California - La Familia 5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA

La Familia Counseling AJCC is hosting Resume and Interview Workshops every Tuesday and Thursday from 12pm to 2pm at 5523 34th St., Sacramento 95820.  This job-search training is in support of our customers seeking employment.  For more information, please call (916) 452-3601.

Sac County DHA Virtual Job Talk

Sacramento County Dept. of Human Assistance (DHA) is hosting a VIRTUAL Job Talk with employers Pride Industries, CA CHP and the City of Sacramento on Tuesday, May 17th, 2022 from 1:30–2:30pm.  CalWORKs customers/Job seekers wanted!  Please read this flyer for more information, and instructions on how to REGISTER Virtual Job Talk 3-17 -22 Pre-registration.

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Old Navy Retail Youth Internships

SETA 925 Del Paso Blvd., Sacramento, CA

This Internship Program (This Way ONward) is for 16-24 year-old youth to work at Old Navy for a minimum of 12 hours, per week, for 10 weeks.  Interns can earn up to $15 an hour, incentives, gift cards, and the opportunity for a permanent job.  No work experience is necessary.  Please read this flyer for more specifics, and for a list of mandatory sessions to attend, This Way Onward Internship-Summer 2022-Flyer.  REGISTER today HERE.  Click the Google Maps link in Event’s info for location directions.  For more information, please e-mail: sacramentoworksfor.youth@seta.net.

 

 

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Virtual Hiring – People with Disabilities

The Association of California State Employees with Disabilities (ACSED) is hosting a virtual, three-part, series focusing on job opportunities for people with disabilities and those participating in LEAP.  ACSED, CalHR, DOR, the Statewide Disability Advisory Council (SDAC) and Sacramento Works will host a LEAP-oriented employment fair on June 1, 2022 to end the series.  Please read this event flyer 22-05-03 ACSED Materials Flyer Three Dates.  Additional information, including Registration links, can be found on the ACSED website: https://www.acsedonline.org/leap/.  This event occurs on three consecutive Wednesdays – May 18, May 25 and June 1.

May 18, 2022   9am–10:30am – Zoom link: How to get a state job

May 18, 2022   11am–4:30pm – DOR Counselors will provide virtual LEAP Certification to individuals who pre-registered.  Make a confidential appointment with DOR councilor and get LEAP certified through Registration link: Appointment with DOR Councilor

May 25, 2022   1:30pm – link for webinar: State Hiring Professionals

June 1, 2022    9am–1pmVirtually meet with representatives from dozens of state organizations at this career fair.  Registration link:  California State Employment Career Event for Individuals with Disabilities on Talentspace.

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Virtual Construction Pre-Apprenticeship

Yolo County and Highlands Community Charter School are presenting the Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3) Construction Pre-Apprenticeship 6-Week Training  Course starting June 13, 2022. This course in the construction and building trades will prepare the jobseeker for a pre-apprenticeship. Join any virtual information session on May 18 or May 19, 2022, at 11am or 5pm. The sessions include construction industry structure and the construction process; orientation to apprenticeship; tools of the various trades; safe handling of both hand and power tools; and, industry standards of work responsibility and craft excellence.  Jobseekers must register and attend a virtual information session.  With MC3, a learner picks up tools and techniques of the Skilled Trades – from plumbing to electrical work, to sheet metal and iron work – under the guidance of master craftworkers.  Graduates of the course will receive up to $1,000 in cash incentives for completion of the course; up to $1,000 for obtaining placement in a state-approved apprenticeship program; $500 for placement in construction related employment; $300 for placement in other employment, and, up to $500 for tools & materials. To Register, visit https://tinyurl.com/MC3June, snap the QR code, or visit www.yoloworks.org.

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La Familia Orientation Job Center Services

America’s Job Center of California - La Familia 5523 34th Street, Sacramento, CA

La Familia Counseling Center AJCC hosts Job Center Orientations every other Wednesday from 1:30 – 3pm at 5523 34th St., Sacramento 95820Orientation participants are encouraged to provide their Right to Work (RTW) Documents to expedite enrollment.  La Familia AJCC offers job search, resume, interview and other employment-related workshops to our customers.  Please contact (916) 452-3601 for more information.

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Virtual Construction Pre-Apprenticeship

Yolo County and Highlands Community Charter School are presenting the Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3) Construction Pre-Apprenticeship 6-Week Training  Course starting June 13, 2022. This course in the construction and building trades will prepare the jobseeker for a pre-apprenticeship. Join any virtual information session on May 1or May 19, 2022, at 11am or 5pm. The sessions include construction industry structure and the construction process; orientation to apprenticeship; tools of the various trades; safe handling of both hand and power tools; and, industry standards of work responsibility and craft excellence.  Jobseekers must register and attend a virtual information session.  With MC3, a learner picks up tools and techniques of the Skilled Trades – from plumbing to electrical work, to sheet metal and iron work – under the guidance of master craftworkers.  Graduates of the course will receive up to $1,000 in cash incentives for completion of the course; up to $1,000 for obtaining placement in a state-approved apprenticeship program; $500 for placement in construction related employment; $300 for placement in other employment, and, up to $500 for tools & materials. To Register, visit https://tinyurl.com/MC3June, snap the QR code, or visit www.yoloworks.org.