Employment & Education Programs
La Familia provides ongoing workshops and services to assist community members with their employment and education needs. From GED preparation to job search and training services, we are dedicated to providing the range of assistance needed for job placement success. All events are free, but some eligibility requirements must be met for certain programs. See below for more information.
Sacramento Works Career Center is transitioning and will be offering new programs and workshops soon. Please continue to visit our website for updates.
Sacramento Works Career Center
Sacramento area residents.
Mon, Wed, and Fri: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
T – Thur: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m
Free pre-employment and employment search services, including:
• Weekly orientations
• Computer lab
• Résumé workshops
• Interview skills
• Job search
• Employer workshops
• Life skills workshops
Adult On-the-Job Training
Sacramento area residents that are Eligible CalWorks, Low-Income and Dislocated workers who are 22 years of age and older.
La Familia develops and maintains a pool of employers and matches them with workers for on-the-job training and future permanent hire.
Community Collaborative Charter School
High school students.
The Community Collaborative Charter School offers an Independent Study Program for high school students on site at La Familia, who can get a High School Diploma
Out of School Youth Program, (OSY)
Community members Ages 17-24 years old who are out of school.
Fees – No Cost
Geographic Areas – Sacramento County
Language – English, Spanish
Offers youth ages 17-24 the opportunity to gain paid work experience (WEX) and pursue advanced training. Throughout participant’s work experience they have the support of an Employment Training Specialist to help them achieve their education and employment goals. Assessment and tutoring are provided to enable them to overcome deficiencies in Math and/or Language Arts. Contact for Eligibility.