Looking for work?
So you are involved with Bay Area Community Services and you are looking for a job? Or perhaps you met someone who mentioned there are resources out there to help you find a job?
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Most frequent questions and answers
You probably found this website after you expressed an interest in finding a job. There happens to be Supported Employment services available at Bay Area Community Services. This does not mean everyone who expresses interest in receiving employment services is eligible. We hope you will find the information available on this page helpful. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more detailed information.
Simple – then you are not in the right place. If you feel you are not ready to work, however, then that is another question. We encourage you to take the time to figure out what it is you want. We realize that there is much pressure, especially in the Bay Area, to increase your income in order to qualify for or sustain housing. When getting a job or increasing your income is a goal, then please complete the Referral Form.
Well, the simple explanation is that we were receiving too many phone calls. Even after asking a few questions, we found that many people could be better served by other employment services or other agencies. Many times, we will work in cooperation with other agencies as long as there is approved disclosure. We want to make sure you received the best supported employment services.
No. We might work with staffing agencies, but we are simply helping people find jobs. We work primarily with programs and referrals from Bay Area Community Services.
No, only the satisfaction that comes from witnessing your growth of income and independence.
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Wow! That is a loaded question and we love it! And we recommend you take advantage of any and all resources out there during your job search. If you have experienced any barriers to employment, then the Bay Area is full of great agencies that can assist you! Here is a short summary of places we recommend:
- Oakland PIC
- Department of Rehabilitation
- Oakland Public Library
- San Francisco Public Library
- Facebook Groups
- Staffing Agencies
- Variety of social and community service agencies