Featured at the 2018 Breakfast of Champions, Al shares his journey which took him from the streets of Richmond to JobTrain’s door, to now having a sustainable, stable career and a bright future.
JobTrain’s Carpentry Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program is funded in part by NIEHS cooperative agreement ES006185.
one year later
Hundreds of family members, friends, community members and JobTrain staff came together to celebrate the Graduating Class of Spring 2018!read more
On June 18th, Chef Adam Weiner, the Culinary Arts Instructor at JobTrain, returned as the Idaho Potato Commission Award winner for 2018! According to the Idaho Potato Commission, “this Award recognizes educators at both the secondary and post secondary levels...read more
The East Palo Alto Career Center celebrates it’s official Grand Opening on June 1st, and is excited to begin serving the community!read more
JobTrain is honored to have been selected by Visionaries, Inc. for a documentary feature for the work we do in addressing the larger issue of poverty in our community. Visionaries, Inc. is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to producing and distributing...read more
On March 1, 2018, JobTrain held its 2nd Annual Economic Opportunity Awards ceremony at LinkedIn’s Mountain View headquarters. Bay Area companies of all sizes were represented at this philanthropic event to celebrate thought-leaders who are working tirelessly to...read more
One of the most vexing challenges we face in the non-profit sector is staying connected with program participants so we can track, measure, and evaluate the long-term impact of our work. Longitudinal impact evaluation is vitally important in our mission to help very...read more