In the midst of the longest economic recovery in its [...]
JobTrain is proud to join policymakers, community organizations, corrections officials, [...]
JobTrain is recognized as 1 of 9 notable organizations.
Over 70 businesses were honored at the 2019 BRIDGE Awards for their dedication to inclusion and diversity in their workforce.
The Mercury News Reports: Homelessness: The shadow that hangs over students in this Bay Area school district
On Thursday, August 30th, JobTrain’s New Initiative Manager, Jennifer Overholt, [...]
An incredibly received presentation at the National Trainers' Exchange in May 2017 led to, Art Taylor, JobTrain's Chief Program Officer, being asked to do an encore by UCLA's Labor Occupation Safety & Healthcare Program (LOSH).
The California labor under-utilization rate is 9.2%, which mean that 1 in 10 people in California are 'forced to work multiple jobs or are not employed at the level of their skill and competence."
The exciting PBS Visionaries documentary that features JobTrain’s impact in the community makes its local debut.
Local nonprofits are having trouble attracting money from tech donors. The solution? Talk like a start-up.