Work2future Youth Training Center

work2future helps Santa Clara County residents get the skills and coaching they need to find a new job, get a promotion, or start a new career. We partner with employers to help them stay competitive and manage change with supportive and advisory services.

work2future  Youth Program

The work2future Foundation offers career development, vocational training and job placement services to Santa Clara County youth ages 14 to 29. Our services are designed to meet the needs of young adults who are looking to begin their career, update their current skills, obtain their GED, or enroll in college. You may begin your job search by registering on this website which will provide access to our job board and resources.

By registering, you will be able to access create a resume searchable by employers, find jobs, and review career related resources. Contact our team of professional Career Advisors at 408.794.1234 to learn more about our unique programs and see which one is right for you. To help determine which program(s) you may qualify for, please visit our eligibility page.

 

Classroom Based Training

The work2future Foundation offers vocational training that are offered by colleges and private educational institutions. Currently, we offer over 100 different industry recognized credentialed programs and are available in a variety of industry sectors and occupations. Training program hours are flexible and are available in the day, evening, weekends, and online. Customers may also qualify for financial aid or a Pell Grant to assist you in the payment for your training. Whether you are exploring a career change or need a skill upgrade to gain a competitive edge, our individualized training programs are tailored to meet our customers’ need.
Download our current training catalog.

We also offer training programs in a variety of industry sectors and in demand occupation, utilizing the group-model of instruction, peer support and networking opportunities. These programs are offered through local College Providers such as San Jose State University, San Jose City College, Evergreen Valley College, Workforce Institute, and Foothill College.

Online Training

work2future Foundation offers four free e-learning resources: Advanced Vocational InstituteMetrix LearningEd2Go, and Lynda.com to assist clients in building workforce readiness skills, adding marketability to their skill set by gaining familiarity with subject content or to gain confidence in skills previously learned but needing to be reviewed. Courses are non-college credit and certificates of completion earned from all e-learning courses are for learning purposes and can be added to your resume to show familiarity of various skill sets.

Vocational training services are funded by work2future.

San José Job Center 
Kirk Community Center
1601 Foxworthy Avenue, San José
408.794.1100

North San José Job Center
California Employment Development Department
1901 Zanker Road, San José
408.216.6200

Gilroy Job Center
South County Social Services Building
379 Tomkins Court, Gilroy
408.758.3477

 
Address: 
95122 San Jose , CA
US
Phone: 
408-794-1100
Updated: 
Tue, Jun 23, 2020: 10:04 am
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