Agency Address Phone Number Additional Information
California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) 450 Chadbourne Rd. Fairfield 94533 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (707) 428-2080 (707) 428-2057 FAX DOR assists Californians with disabilities obtain and retain employment and maximize their ability to live independently in their communities. Standard orientations available every Tuesday at 9:30 am by appointment only.
California Conservation Corps 1719 24th Street Sacramento 95816 2100 Napa-Vallejo Hwy Napa, CA (800) 952-5627 (916) 341-3100 www.ccc.ca.gov (707) 253-7783 Job opportunities for young people age 18-25. Earn GED or high school diploma, attend college courses, computer skills, explore future careers. Participate in back country trails or international work exchange programs.
Community Services Department City of Vacaville 40 Eldridge Avenue Ste 11 Vacaville 95688 (707) 449-5654 www.cityofvacaville.com View the various positions and qualifications required under 'Employment' on City of Vacaville website.
Dream Catchers Empowerment Network 1125 Missouri St. Ste 109 Fairfield, CA M-F: 7 am - 4:30 pm (707) 558-1775 A vocational training program for youth in transition to adulthood and adults with disabilities. Offers vocational education, training, support, and assistance.
EDD/Job Service (800) 300-5616 www.edd.ca.gov Provides unemployment assistance.
Fairfield - Suisun Adult School 900 Travis Blvd. Fairfield 94533 (707) 421-4155 Education and training services. Classes offered for professional development (job search), Pathways to Success (esteem building), and job placement assistance for students. High School diploma program and GED classes and ESL.
Family Resource Center (Vacaville) 650 Merchant St. Vacaville 95688 M-Th: 8:30 am - 3 pm (707) 469-6608 Free drop in referral and information. Job listings and resource assistance. Computer is available for resume preparations.
Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay 180 Grobic Ct. Fairfield 94533 1317 E. Monte Vista Ave Vacaville 95688 (707) 864-5440 (707) 455-0685 Job placement and training. Apprentice Training Program offers paid on-the-job training for individuals who have been unemployed six months or longer and/or who have difficulty maintaining a job. Direct job placement. 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Sacramento Job Corps Center 3100 Meadowview Road Sacramento 95832 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (916) 394-0770 Program designed to remove many of the barriers some disadvantaged, at-risk youth face in trying to complete their education or when trying to enter the work world. Youth between 16 and 24, legal US resident, good health, no serious behavior history and must be income eligible.
Workforce Development Board (WBD) 320 Campus Lane Fairfield 94534 Vallejo 1440 Marin Street Vallejo 94590 Visit the Center or call (707) 863-3500 (707) 863-3598 Assistance w/disability (800) 735-2922 TDD Relay www.solanoemployment.org The Solano Employment Connection, is part of a national One-Stop Career Center to combine employment, education, and training services into a network of resources to be offered at a local level for all county residents. Provides assistance with job search, filling out employment applications, offers job workshops and job training, and assistance with unemployment insurance and state disability.
Solano Napa Commuter Information 1 Harbor Center Ste 130 Suisun City, CA 94585 Suisun City, CA 94585 (800) 53-KMUTE (800) 535-6883 www.commuterinfo.net Vanpool and other commuter information.
Transition Age Youth (TAY) Program Solano County Office of Education 5100 Business Center Dr. Fairfield CA 94534 (707) 399-4400 Program for adults 18-25 designed to support youth with obtaining their GED/diploma, enroll in community college, and secure employment. Youth must be either 'at-risk' of or have had one, but no more than one, 'mental break' (as determined by an assessment with our clinician.) Youth must current not be attending school.