Education & Employment
Resources for students and teachers Community Colleges, Adult Ed, Distance Learning, Employment Opportunities, Job Search, Workers Rights
- CHILDREN - Colorin Colorado
- A bilingual Web site about reading. Current news articles regarding the COVID-19 impact on schools, ESL, the childcare system and tips for parents. This site is full of information, ideas, and practical tips on how Spanish-speaking parents can help their children become confident, successful readers. In addition, you can find fun reading tips and games, bilingual booklists, ideas for using the public library, and videos of children’s authors, illustrators, and musicians. Resources are organized by topic. Key Words: ESL, Student Resource, Family, Literacy
- CHILDREN - RAFT (Resource Area for Teachers)
- Ideal for Home Schooling. RAFT’s new STEAM Learning Activity Sheets are free online tools that guide parents, guardians, and students through hands-on learning activities taking advantage of common household items and without the need to purchase additional materials. You will find new downloadable activities each day by specific grade level Pre-K to 8th. These projects will aid student retention of valuable STEAM knowledge and skills while aligning to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.
- DISASTER Unemployment Assistance (DUA)
- DUA is a federal program that night be authorized to provide financial assistance to jobless workers and the self-employed when they are unemployed as a direct result of a Presidentially Declared major natural disaster. The deadline for 2020 CA Wildfire DUA is 11/30/20 Multi-language: Spanish
- EDUCATION - Brainpop.com Distance Learning Resources for Schools, Teachers and Parents
- Free Access to Brainpop.com Distance Learning Resources for as long as schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cartoon Video Explaining Coronavirus for Children , games and Activities. Navigating the outbreak of this virus can be difficult for children and grown-ups. We've curated a list of our best resources to help children stay calm—and informed. Key Words: Education, Mental Health,
- EDUCATION - Cal Grant Administrative Requirements Eased by Governor's Executive Order
- 5/20/20 Gov. Newsom issued an executive order easing certain administrative requirements for verifying Cal Grant eligibility. The deadline by which Cal Grant applicants must verify their Grade Point Average (GPA) is extended to 9/2/20. This applies to students that submitted a financial aid application before the deadline but do not yet have a verified GPA on file. It also waives the verification of Selective Service registration for students applying for financial aid via the CA Dream Act Application (CADAA) for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years. New Cal Grant applicants can self-certify their high school graduation if their school is unable to do so due to school closures. Students can log onto their WebGrants 4 Students account to determine the next steps in accessing their Cal Grant award or call (888) CA GRANT, for assistance. Full Executive Order Key Words: Pandemic, COVID-19, Coronavirus, Education, CSAC,
- EDUCATION - California Dream Act Application
- The CA Dream Act Application allows students interested in attending eligible California Colleges, Universities and Career Education Programs to apply for state financial aid. This application is unrelated to the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Key Words:
- EDUCATION - Center for Employment Training (CET)
CET is still open to facilitate distance learning but our campuses are currently closed. CET has open enrollment and you can start anytime, even now.
Check here for COVID-19 Updates
One of the most successful vocational training programs in the nation, Center for Employment Training has always been a place where the whole person is the focus. Employment Assistance, Childcare, ESL, Vocational Training, Member of CADRE Disaster Collaboration, Multi-lingual: Spanish, Vietnamese 14 Centers in 4 states: Alexandria, VA, Coachella, CA Colton, CA, Durham, NC (2), El Centro, CA, El Paso, TX, Oxnard, CA, Sacramento, CA Salinas, CA, San Diego, CA, San Jose, CA, Santa Maria, CA, Soledad, CA, Watsonville, CA Key Words:
- EDUCATION - CommonLit
- CommonLit is a nonprofit on a mission to ensure that all children have the reading and writing skills to succeed in college and beyond. CommonLit’s free lessons exist in both a printable and digital format. As a parent, you have complete flexibility to assign lessons to your child digitally or print them out for your child to complete on paper as you see fit. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Literacy
- EDUCATION - Don't fall for COVID-19 student loan relief scams
- 6/17/20 There are two main types of scams. In one scam, a company will charge to enroll you in a benefit you could have accessed for free, such as a federal income-driven repayment plan. In another scam, you’re promised something too good to be true — like forgiveness — in exchange for payment. Then they take your money and run The coronavirus relief package did include provisions for most federal student loan borrowers, but not private loan borrowers. Individual private lenders are offering benefits such as short-term emergency deferment or waived late fees. .
- EDUCATION - Loan Forbearance Info for Student and Parent Borrowers
- 3/13/20 We at Federal Student Aid are actively monitoring the new coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. To provide relief to student loan borrowers during the COVID-19 national emergency, federal student loan borrowers can be placed in an administrative forbearance, which allows you to temporarily stop making your monthly loan payment. Key Words: Education, COVID-19
- EDUCATION - Opportunity Youth Academy (OYA)
- The Opportunity Youth Academy offers Santa Clara County students a blended program of teacher-directed instruction and online credit accrual and recovery options. The individualized support of teachers, counselors, navigators, liaisons and access to the services of SCCOE partners from community-based organizations is the hallmark of this unique program. The focus is ensuring that students leave the program with a high school diploma, and a path to college or career. The classes satisfy admission requirements for CA public universities and military service. Offices in: Milpitas, Gilroy, and San Jose Key Words: mental health, juvenile justice,
- EDUCATION - Promoting a Safe and Secure Campus for All
- Guidance and Model Policies to Assist California’s Colleges and Universities in Responding to Immigration Issues - This guide implements the Legislature’s decision to limit state and local participation in immigration enforcement activities. Such participation diverts state resources, blurs lines of accountability, and threatens trust between immigrant communities and state and local agencies that provide critical public services. The model policies laid out in this guide are aimed at assisting California’s colleges and universities in focusing their resources on their critical missions, while leaving immigration enforcement efforts to others.
- EDUCATION - San Jose Conservation Corps & Charter School
- SJCCCS COVID-19 Resource Guide *** The SJCC & CS offers secondary education courses through it's full-time charter high school, and vocational education and job training through its Environment Program and Recycling Departments. Another program, YouthBuild San Jose, combines the mandatory academics with paid on-site job training in the high demand, high wage construction trades. Multi-Language: Spanish Key Words: Childcare, teenage parents,
- EDUCATION - Scholarships for immigrants and refugees
- In the USA, there are many scholarships especially for refugees and immigrants. On this page, you will find scholarships by state, by nationality, and by learning topic. You can apply for these scholarships to help pay for your education. Key Words - Financial Aid
- EDUCATION - Silicon Valley Community Foundation Scholarships
COVID-19 Scholarships Updates
March scholarship due dates have been extended. Please keep in mind that our physical offices are closed. Email is best, but leave a voicemail if you wish to receive a call back. Scholarships staff can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.450.5487 from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
SVCF administers a variety of scholarship programs for high school seniors, college and graduate school students, vocational and re-entry students. Scholarship deadlines and requirements vary; please review complete information on each program's web page. In general, applications are accepted in January and February. Key Words: Financial Aid, Key Words: Education, Coronavirus
- EDUCATION - SparkPoint Multi-Service Center
- SparkPoint offers integrated services to help people end the cycle of poverty through free job coaching and training, education and financial literacy. Resources such as limited rental assistance and emergency grants are available to eligible students, alumni, and qualifying low income public at the Workforce Inst in San Jose, through all SBCAE members. Sparkpoint Community Bulletins Key Words: Housing, Finance, UWBA
- EDUCATION - Trump administration drops restrictions on online-only instruction for foreign students
- 7/14/20 The Trump administration has rescinded its policy that would bar international students who only take online courses from staying in the US, a federal judge announced Tuesday in Boston. The decision comes a little over a week after Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that students at schools offering only online courses due to the coronavirus pandemic would need to either leave the US or transfer schools. One person familiar with the matter told CNN the White House has felt the blowback to the proposal and that some inside the West Wing believe it was poorly conceived and executed.
- EMPLOYMENT - AFL-CIO: When the Paycheck Stops - Survival guide to unemployment
- Advice on surviving the COVID-19 pandemic including how to find the help you need, taking charge of your personal finances, and looking for a job. Key Words:
- EMPLOYMENT - CA EDD (Employment Development Dept)
- California is responding to the spread of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (COVID-19). While investigations to learn more about the virus are ongoing, workers and employers should review their health and safety procedures to help prevent exposure to the virus. The EDD provides a variety of support services to people who have lost their jobs or have had their hours reduced due to the impacts of COVID-19. Key Words: Business, Unemployment,
- EMPLOYMENT - CA Labor & Workforce Development
- Grid of Benefits and eligibility for Workers Impacted by COVID-19. What employees are entitled to may be confusing. The purpose of this information is to make it easier to understand what resources may be available. Key Words: Disability, Unemployment, Paid Family Leave, Paid Sick Leave, Workers' Compensation
- EMPLOYMENT - Day Worker Center of Mt. View
- COVID-19 Update - Employer requests are down, and the Center continues to serve breakfast and lunch to program participants***** Connects workers and employers in a safe and supportive environment. Empowers workers to improve their socio-economic condition through fair employment, ESL, and education. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Vocational Education, Employment, jobs
- EMPLOYMENT - FAQs for CA Workers - Know Your Rights
- This information from the CA State Employment Development Dept provides general guidance as to what programs are available and what situations may be applicable to your circumstances. We encourage you to apply for the program you believe best fits your needs and the EDD will determine your eligibility for Disability or Paid Family Leave or Unemployment Insurance Benefits Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Coronavirus, Jobs, KYR, COVID-19
- EMPLOYMENT - Governor Newsom Signs Bill Extending Job-Protected Family Leave to Nearly 6 Million Californians
- 9/17/20 Governor Gavin Newsom today signed legislation ensuring millions more Californians can utilize Paid Family Leave benefits they pay for without the fear of job loss. SB 1383 was developed through the Paid Family Leave Task Force convened by the Administration last year and builds on previous work to extend Paid Family Leave benefits from six to eight weeks for each parent of a newborn.
- EMPLOYMENT - Governor Newsom Signs Legislation to Protect California’s Workforce Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
- 9/17/20 Governor Gavin Newsom today signed two bills as part of his worker protection package, SB 1159 expands access to workers’ compensation and makes it easier for first responders, health care workers and people who test positive due to an outbreak at work to get the support they need, including necessary medical care and wage replacement benefits. AB 685 ensures timely notification to employees and local and state public health officials of COVID-19 cases at workplaces. This notification will help workers take necessary precautions such as seeking testing, getting medical help or complying with quarantine directives.
- EMPLOYMENT - Immigrant Workers' Rights and COVID-19 - Frequently Asked Questions
- 4/10/20 This document from the National Employment Law Project.answers frequently asked questions from immigrant workers and their advocates about COVID-19-related topics. The COVID-19 public health crisis is creating many challenges for immigrant workers and their families. An estimated six million immigrants are in essential jobs at the front lines of the response to this pandemic. They work in industries such as health care, grocery and pharmacy retail, manufacturing, cleaning and janitorial services, and agriculture. An additional six million foreign-born workers are employed in industries that have been hard-hit by business closures. These include food service, travel and hospitality, personal services and private household work, and building services. Key Words: Undocumented
- EMPLOYMENT - Maintaining effective U.S. labor standards enforcement through the coronavirus recession
- 9/3/20 Evidence from the Great Recession of 2007—2009 indicates that high levels of unemployment weaken the labor market power of those low-wage workers who remain employed. Minimum wage violations increased dramatically during the Great Recession, disproportionately impacting Latinx, Black, and female workers. We anticipate the coronavirus recession will result in increased violations, yet as high unemployment adds to workers’ desperation to maintain any job, the likelihood that low-wage workers will file complaints with an enforcement agency will decrease.
- EMPLOYMENT - Move Up - Employment Services for Women
- Nonprofit that empowers under-served women by helping them find jobs, succeed in careers, and start small businesses. Provides free one-on-one video career mentoring services to low income women around the US. Services include: *Create a resume and LinkedIn Profile *Identify the right career path *Prepare for interviews *Identify and apply for job openings *Negotiate salary *Understand opportunities for networking. Key Words: Employment,
- EMPLOYMENT - Non-English speakers struggle to file unemployment applications
- 4/2/20 In diverse California, where roughly 44% of the population speaks a language other than English at home and 27 % are foreign born, the state’s Employment Development Department offers more than 70 language options to translate the content of its website, from Latvian to Yiddish, Swahili and Hmong, among others. But to file for unemployment, the applications themselves must be filed out — either online, faxed or mailed — in English or Spanish. The department does provide sample applications for Armenian, Chinese-Cantonese, Chinese-Mandarin, Hmong, Korean, Laotian, Punjabi, Russian, Tagalog, and Vietnamese, speakers, but will not accept claims submitted in those languages. For some, lack of internet access compounds the challenges Key Words: COVID-19
- EMPLOYMENT - OnwardCA
- OnwardCA is an initiative of companies, foundations, and humans to get California workers displaced by COVID-19 essential life services and back to work as quickly as possible. Help you get money or groceries or child care; help you upskill, reskill, or refresh; and help you land a great new job.
- EMPLOYMENT - Remote.co - Remote Employment Job Listing
- Looking for a remote job as a developer, customer service rep, recruiter, designer or sales professional? Browse openings in those categories and more below. We hand curate this list to showcase the best remote job opportunities in the most recruited job categories. Find a remote job here to launch your work anywhere career. Key Words: coronavirus, employment, COVID-19
- EMPLOYMENT - SJPL Works: Career & Business
- SJPL Works unites the expertise of the area's top leaders in economic and workforce development to create an extensive network of resources for employment seekers, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. We have partnered with numerous local organizations, including Employment Development Department (EDD), SCORE, Silicon Valley Talent Partnership, Robert Half, SJSU Career Center, US Patent & Trademark Office, AnewAmerica, and work2future.
- EMPLOYMENT - Silicon Valley Council of Non-Profits (SVCN) Job Board
- The SVCN is leveraging our job board to help nonprofits providing essential services connect with talented and passionate nonprofit staff who suddenly find themselves out of work or underemployed. If you have openings you need to fill right away, we'll post the positions on our website and share them with our nonprofit email list and on our social media feeds including LinkedIn. Not a member? No problem. We're waiving the fees for jobs that qualify as essential services under the current shelter-in-place order. Please choose the Member rate on the submission form. Key Words: Employment
- EMPLOYMENT - Undocumented Workers’ Employment Rights
- With a few exceptions, undocumented workers enjoy all of the legal rights and remedies provided to workers by both federal and California law. Multi-language: Spanish | Chinese | Key Words: discrimination, job
- EMPLOYMENT - Upwardly Global
- Highly qualified immigrant professionals want to rebuild their careers here in the U.S., but they're not familiar with the American way to job search. We are a nonprofit organization that helps highly-skilled immigrants, refugees and asylees reclaim their careers here in the United States and helps American employers discover and understand this hidden talent pool. Professional Licensing Guides | Offices in San Francisco and San Jose, CA English Flyer | Spanish Flyer | Russian Flyer | Chinese Flyer | Portuguese Flyer | Key Words: Employment, Career, Professional, RIF
- EMPLOYMENT - Work2Future
COVID-19 Update: Shifted from in-person services to remote assistance. Information and links to Coronavirus relief information for individuals, businesses, and employment opportunities.
Work2future operates One-Stop Centers that serve the areas of San Jose, Campbell, Morgan Hill, Los Altos Hills, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, and the unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County. Free services and classes are provided for residents, businesses, and youth, including: job search, job training, ESL classes, assessments, career counseling, and more. Information in English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Key Words:
- EMPLOYMENT - Working in the United States - Eligibility and Requirements
- A USCIS description of the types of work permission in the US, the eligibility and application requirements. Information for Employers & Employees about the categories: Temporary Workers * Permanent Workers * Students and Exchange Visitors * Temporary Visitors for Business Key Words: Immigration,
- EMPLOYMENT- Disaster Response Jobs at SBA
- In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, SBA is hiring for a number of positions. The SBA is hiring temporary employees to assist with disaster relief efforts. Bilingual language skills a plus. ****Call Center Customer Service Representative (CSR) ****Document Preparation/Legal Review/ Loan Closings ****Loan Processing/Credit Analysis /Mortgage /Underwriting ****Program Support Key Words: Jobs,
- ESL - English for My Job
- Website for people who work in restaurants, bars, hotels, cafes, airports, and anywhere else where you might have to talk to customers in English. .Most of the exercises are free. Part of the LearnEnglishFeelGood product line. Key Words: ESL, Distance Learning, Student Resource, English as a Second Language, Vocational ESL
- FINANCE - IRC Individual Development Account (IDA)
- START SAVING - Get up to $4,000 for individuals and $8,000 for families to buy a car or pay for school. This is not a loan—you never need to pay this money back! Start learning about American finances, building your credit, managing your money, and investing in your future through the Saving Together Program. Eligibility requirements: - Refugee, Asylee, SIV or T-Visa - Arrival date <3 years for car or <5 years for education - Low to medium income range For more info contact International Rescue Committee- Lonny Dara (408) 529-7395 Lonny.Dara@Rescue.org Key Words: Education, Scholarship,
- IMMIGRANTS - USCIS Upends the Lives of Immigrants by Refusing to Print Their Work Permits and Green Cards
- 8/3/20 On August 3, 2020, a federal court in Ohio granted a temporary restraining order requiring USCIS to print a work permit within 7 days for all individuals who had been approved for one. The USCIS recently cut production of these documents after its contract ended with a third-party printing company. Reports indicate that 50,000 green cards and 75,000 work permits have not been printed. The agency said it planned to manage the production of these documents in-house, but that its ability to do so is limited due to budgetary constraints. Key Words: Employment
- LEGAL - Filipino Bar Association of Northern California (FBANC)
FBANC hotline for help completing EDD forms including Unemployment, State Disability and Paid Family Leave (415) 484-2209. Options for Undocumented.
Multi-Language: Tagalog, Spanish, Illocano, Cebuano, Cantonese, Mandarin and Korean,
FBANC provides mentoring and scholarships for Filipino law students, social events, legal clinics for immigrants, job postings, networking and more for members. Key Words: Asian, API, Education, Scholarships, Financial Aid
- LEGAL - Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center
- COVID-19 Update: We are continuing to educate our clinical law students and serve clients remotely. For pro bono advice and representation in: Consumer Law, Immigration Law, or Workers' Rights, please leave a voicemail at (408) 288-7030. Free Santa Clara County Office of Labor Enforcement advice line on employment law issues. 1(866) 870-7725. Multi-language: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Mandarin Key Words:
- LEGAL - Legal Aid at Work
3/24/20 COVID-19 Update - If you are having work-related issues due to the coronavirus, call our Work & Family helpline: 800-880-8047 or general helpline: 415-864-8848.
Multi-language: English, Spanish, Chinese, Urdu, Vietnamese and Farsi
English Coronavirus FAQ |
Vietnamese Coronavirus FAQ |
Spanish Coronavirus FAQ |
Chinese Coronavirus FAQ
Key Words: Employment
Legal Aid at Work offers free information online, including our selection of more than 100 detailed and up-to-date fact sheets about specific provisions of the law related to employment. Also English, Spanish and Chinese manuals for employers to protect the rights of their workers.. Spanish | Chinese Workers' Rights Clinic, helplines 415-864-8208 or 866-864-8208 (toll-free) Key Words: ALLIES1, RRN, Rapid Response
- MENTAL HEALTH - How to Create Pandemic-Proof Grief Support at Work
- Workplaces have long struggled to address grief and death, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. Often, companies default to a standard 3 day bereavement leave policy and don’t account for the diverse ways people approach their grief. Of the many things this pandemic has brought to light, one is that employers are wholly unprepared to support the grieving workplace that will soon return to their desks.
- RESOURCE - Mountain View Library
The Library is closed until further notice. The Digital Library is available 24/7.
Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents, Multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Club, Citizenship Resources, Literacy, Immigration Legal Asst. See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing
- RESOURCE - Palo Alto Library
Palo Alto Libraries are closed, though the online e-library is available 24/7.
3 Branches, Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents, Multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Clubs, Citizenship Resources, Literacy, Immigration Legal Asst. See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing
- RESOURCE - Activities for ESL Students
- Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language. This project of The Internet TESL Journal (iteslj.org) has thousands of contributions by many teachers. Includes bi-lingual quizzes in numerous languages from Arabic to Zulu. Key Words: Student Resource, Instructor Resource
- RESOURCE - Los Gatos Library
The library is closed until further notice. Online services such as e-books through Cloud Library and e-magazines through Flipster are available. If you need a Library account to access these services, please email us at email@example.com and we will happily create a new account for you.
Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents (any immigration status). Multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Clubs, Citizenship Resources, ProCitizen Test Practice Literacy, Immigration Legal Asst. See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing
- RESOURCE - San Jose City COVID-19 Resources for Employers, Workers, and Businesses
- The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is creating a challenging business climate in San Jose and across the country. We are providing this Directory to serve as a centralized resource for employers, employees, small businesses and non-profits to discover critical information and help.
- RESOURCE - San Jose Public Library eLibrary Card
- COVID-19 Update: Schools and libraries may be temporarily closed during the COVID-19 response, but library resources are available online, 24/7, to help students complete their homework and to assist teachers and parents with preparing lessons and managing children's education from home. Online Application Spanish Vietnamese Chinese Key Words: COVID-19, pandemic, coronavirus
- RESOURCE - Santa Clara City Library
Facilities are closed until further notice:
On line ESL resources, books and multi-language periodicals available.
3 Branches, Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents (any immigration status). Multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Clubs, Citizenship Resources, Adult and Family Literacy Services , Immigration Legal Asst. See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing Key Words:
- RESOURCE - Santa Clara County CAN (COVID-19 Assistance Navigation Hotline)
- Leave a message on the SCC CAN Hotline 408-802-2124 and receive a call back within 24 hours with assistance to: ***Navigate safety net services like unemployment, food, housing, and others by helping you understand what assistance is available and guiding you through the application process. ***If needed, we can connect you with legal aid attorneys to answer questions about work related legal issues, such as questions related to employment status and income. Mulri-language: English, Spanish and Vietnamese SCC CAN is a project of the Fair Workplace Collaborative: Vietnamese American Round Table, Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants, Day Worker Center of Mountain View, Step Forward Foundation, Enterprise Foundation, Latino Business Council of Silicon Valley, Working Partnerships USA
- RESOURCE - Santa Clara County Libraries (SCCL)
3/12/20 COVID-19 UPDATE: The libraries are currently closed and all events cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus. ONLINE LIBRARY 24/7 Available eBooks, Digital Magazines and Newspapers, Streaming Video and Music, Online Classes,Tutors, and more.
8 Santa Clara County branch locations, 24/7 E-resources, plus a bookmobile. (Serving Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Saratoga and Woodland) Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents (any immigration status). Access to numerous resources including multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Clubs, Citizenship Resources, Tutoring, Immigration Legal Asst Key Words: See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing
- RESOURCE - Sunnyvale Library
The Sunnyvale Public Library facility is currently closed in compliance with the latest public health order, the following Library services are still currently available:
Enjoy eBooks and eAudiobooks, streaming movies, music, and more – the Library’s digital collections are available 24/7 from our Downloads and Streaming and Online Databases webpages.
Ask us – Library staff are available to respond to questions by phone or via email on weekdays. Leave a voicemail at 408-730-7300
Free Library Cards for Santa Clara County Residents (any immigration status). Multi-language books, periodicals, videos, ESL Conversation Clubs, Citizenship Resources, Literacy, Immigration Legal Asst. See Immigrantinfo ESL Class Listing
- RESOURCE - Technology Guide for People with Disabilities
- Various organizations work to help people with disabilities to overcome social, physical, attitudinal or other difficulties and avoid exclusion from many areas of life. Many employers nowadays offer opportunities for them to earn decent money. And there are multiple resources, software programs, and technological devices to help young people with different disabilities to obtain a proper education and subsequent benefits. Key Words:
- RESOURCE - Union Plus
- Union Privilege is a nonprofit organization founded by the AFL-CIO in 1986 to provide excellent consumer Union Plus benefit programs exclusively to union members (current and retired) and their families. Did you know that there are more than 12 million union members in the United States? Because of our strength in numbers, we’re able to negotiate exclusive discounts and financial assistance programs just for union members and their families. Savings and Unique Programs — Pay it Forward We pass along the exclusive benefits we’ve negotiated on behalf of union members directly to you. These benefits and programs are FREE to union members and their families. There’s no membership —if you’re a current or retired union member or a family member — you’re in.
- Santa Clara County Extra Help Vote Center Staff
- Most Vote Center Staff will be working multiple days and therefore will need to be hired as Santa Clara County Extra Help employees. Applicants should be U.S. Citizens and registered voters or Legal Permanent Residents and at least 18 years of age. All Extra Help Vote Center Staff must successfully complete paid multiday training classes starting in early September. Work dates range from late October to November 4, 2020. Follow the appropriate link below to apply online, once your application is approved and referred to our office, we will contact you to schedule training classes and vote center assignment. Key Words: Employment, jobs, SCC