Adult Services

Vocational Training

Additional Training and Workshops

Evening Classes

Assessment Center

For information on how to register for classes at JobTrain, please click here.

JobTrain’s programs help individuals gain career and life skills, transforming their lives for the long term. Full-time vocational training programs include: Culinary Arts, Laborers Construction Fundamentals Training Program, Medical Assistant, Business Administration Skills, Professional Health Care Worker, and Project Build (Construction, Green Technology and Carpenter Pre-Apprenticeship). Students also benefit from Upgrade Trainings, which helps them to advance in their careers. Offerings include GED preparation, Academic Skills for Employment, ESL, and Computer Literacy. Students receive full scholarship or other support to cover all costs.

All students have access to Essential Skills workshops on topics such as budgeting, goal-setting and conflict resolution. To help individuals prepare for the workforce JobTrain provides academic and aptitude assessment, computer literacy training, resume preparation, job leads and academic remediation. Job placement services help students to set and achieve their goals. Each student receives one-on-one support from a counselor who helps them navigate their individual challenges, identify career goals, match students with job openings, and provides job search and job preparation support.

We collaborate with multiple corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations focused on economic and workforce development. Employer partners approach us regarding job openings, attend JobTrain job fairs, and maintain contact after placements to report on their employees’ progress. Some participate in student trainings; others provide informational interviews, internships, and host tours of their workplaces. JobTrain has reciprocal referral relations with Second Harvest Food Bank, Daybreak Shelter, Innvision/Shelter Network, and Peninsula Family Services.

Supportive Services Center (formerly Single Stop)

Are you struggling with…

Affording child care?

Buying groceries for your family?

Expunging your criminal record?

Paying your utility bills?

Managing limited finances?

Credit and debt issues?

JobTrain offers confidential one-on-one advice and application assistance at NO-COST in the following areas:

Applying for Government Benefits: Cal Fresh, Medi-Cal, WIC, and more!

Financial Management: Resolving credit and debt issues, Personal finances

Access to Legal Advice: Expungement, Consumer, Worker’s Rights, LIBRE Project

Please call (650) 330-6442 or email ntercero@jobtrainworks.org to make an appointment.