TransitionsSF Orientation Information
The San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, in conjunction with Goodwill Industries and the Department of Child Support Services, have developed TransitionsSF. TransitionsSF brings together several FREE programs and PAYING JOB OPPORTUNITIES you may qualify for today. These programs can help you get a job, obtain employment training, and assist you in supporting your child(ren).
By participating in TransitionsSF, you may qualify for the following:
• Paid employment
• Employment training services
• Specialized services for formerly incarcerated parents
• Educational services (high school diploma or GED)
• Immediate driver’s license release
• Reduction of past due child support balances
• Help with your child support case
To qualify, you must be unemployed, have an open child support case, reside in San Francisco, and have difficulty making your payments.
If you are a man between the ages of 18 – 26 you must also be registered with the Selective Service System. To register with the Selective Service System, click here.
If you are a man older than age 26 and you are not registered with the Selective Service System, you must obtain a Status Information Letter from the Selective Service System explaining why you did not register. To request a Status Information Letter, click here.
The next orientation session for the TransitionsSF employment opportunity will be held:
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
San Francisco Public Library – Main Branch
100 Larkin Street (enter at 30 Grove Street)
Space is very limited. Call (415) 356-2942 or email us to reserve your space today!
This project received $5,724,203 (100% of its total cost) from a grant awarded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Healthcare Sector and Other High Growth and Emerging Industries Grant, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. This program is an equal opportunity program, and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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