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Odds are at some point in your career, you’ll need to go through some kind of training program. It could be as simple as a brief, training video or workshop given by an employer…Read more.Tags: Liz Jackson-Simpson | scsf | success center sf | training | workforce development.
Working with the TAY population has been intrinsically rewarding, with each interaction, good or bad, helps me realize how valuable this work is, and how much our services are appreciated and needed. This rings particularly true with one young man, Jesus Lopez, who has proven that failure is never fatal.Read more.Tags: Code on Point | Coding | Liz Jackson-Simpson | program | success center sf | success story | western addition career center.
The holidays are a time to think back on what’s been accomplished and a time to look forward to the year to come. Success Center SF staff celebrates the holidays with its students and guests at its new class location at Independence High in the Sunset.
Recently, Success Center SF Staff volunteered for the Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation Annual Holiday Shopping Spree. The Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation takes low income kids shopping twice a year (for back-to-school and holidays).. See what happened.
On September 23, 2015 the Western Addition Career Center played host to some of the hottest tech start-ups in town at the city’s first Gig Opportunity Fair. A number of hot startups, like Uber, Task Rabbit and Deliv were in attendance. Read her to learn all about it.
Because of startup companies like Honor, TaskRabbit, Lyft, Uber and Etsy, the gig industry is exploding. To help you figure out how you can make this new economy work for you we’re having a free “Gig Opportunity Fair,” September 23, 2015 from 4-7 at the Westbay Conference Center in San Francisco. Read to learn how you can attend this free event.
Luckily, you don’t have to be a doctor, nurse, or EMT to score a well-paying job at a hospital. Medical facilities are always on the lookout for qualified candidate. Learn more.