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Job Center

Hours of Operation and Location

Hours of Operation and Location

Please visit us:

Monday-Friday* 8:30 am-4:30 pm
*During the school year we are open until 8 pm on Thursdays
8401 Gerber Road, Sacramento, CA 95828

To use the Job Center Services listed below, please have a CalJOBs account.

Basic Services

Basic Services

  • Free typing and data entry tests with certificate
  • Access to job postings/hiring events
  • Access to copy, scan, and fax for job search
  • CalJOBs account creation assistance
  • Computer use
  • Resume template program
  • Access to community resources

Adult Employment Services

  • Resume development with an Employment Training Specialist
  • Customized job search and application assistance
  • Career pathway development
  • One-on-one case management
  • Partial training scholarships (if eligible)
  • GED test vouchers (if eligible)
  • Priority access to EGACE classes, such as: HSE, HSD, and English as a Second Language (ESL)
Attending an orientation is the first step to enrollment

Orienations are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday every month:

Attend orientation on Zoom at 10:00 am
Attend in-person orientation at 1:00 pm

Community Resources

Resources for:
  • Income Assistance
  • Utility
  • Housing
  • Food
  • Healthcare
  • Disability
  • Employment and Income Assistance Programs
  • Other Community Resources

Employment Resources

  • Career Exploration
  • Job Search Websites
  • Public Sector Jobs
  • Apprenticeship Information

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Programs

Safety-Net or Family Self Sufficiency:

  • Access to a relevant support service, such as: food and transportation gift cards,  SMUD payment assistance, eviction avoidance (if funds are available), or hygiene kits after eligibility’s been determined
  • Assistance accessing  community resources
  • Job search and application assistance
Orientations held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month:
Zoom orientation at 10:30 am and in-person orientation at 2:00 pm. 

Sacramento Works for Youth Program (Ages 18-24)

  • Priority access to EGACE High School Diploma (HSD) or High School Equivalency (HSE) classes and incentives for high school completion
  • Offers career exploration and 150+ hours of paid work experience.
  • Help youth access community college and training resources.
  • Provides resume assistance and interview preparation.
  • Other Youth Services include: leadership skill development, mentoring for academic completion and goals, assistance with transportation cost, and incentives for program completion.
Attending an orientation is the first step to enrollment.
Orientations are held every Wednesday at 1:00 pm

Refugee Support Services Program

  • Resume development
  • Job search and application assistance
  • Priority access to EGACE English as a Second Language classes
  • One-on-one case management
  • Connections to community resources
  • Foreign Credential translation services(if eligible)
  • Access to support services, such as Technology Assistance, Utility Assistance, Transportation Assistance, or Rental Assistance (if eligible)

This WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program.
Requests for auxiliary aids, interpreting services, and other reasonable accommodations are available upon request.  Please contact the hosting agency noted on this flier no later than 5 days in advance. CA relay services are available by dialing 711 and referencing 916-793-2319.