Each Job Readiness Training cohort offers a healthy mixture of activities with an emphasis on individual accountability. Participants engage in 160 hours of intensive instruction, during which they break down personal barriers to employment, obtain new job skills, develop résumés, and practice interviewing techniques. While classroom exercises mainly occur in a group setting to nurture teamwork and interpersonal skills, Adult Workforce staff meet one-on-one with each participant throughout the four weeks to map out potential career pathways, provide résumé critiques, or offer moral support.
Metro Career Center
As a member of the San Diego Metro Region Career Center, learn about how your unique interest and skill sets can become a company’s most valuable asset by participating in our job readiness programs.
Kitchens for Good
Project Launch is a tuition-free, 12-week certified culinary apprenticeship program that trains 90 individuals a years to launch their career in the culinary and hospitality industry. The program specifically serves individuals who are experiencing significantly high unemployment rates: formerly incarcerated adults, foster youth transitioning out of the system, victims of domestic violence, individuals with mental health disorders, and individuals with histories of substance abuse.