This WIA Title 1-funded program/activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual, orientation, age, marital status, medical condition, disability or any other legally protected status.
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities
Job search assistance
CalJOBS- employers and current job openings
Workshops on topics such as:
Do's and Don'ts of Social Media
Referrals to education and training programs
Labor Market Information and various career ladders
Access to computers, fax machines, telephones, and copiers
ITAs are designed to provide education and skills to job seekers who are in need of training, preparing them for employment in occupations within the San Diego region. Customers may access training services through training providers listed on the state-managed Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Training is self-selected by the customer with guidance and assistance from One-Stop Career Center staff. Visit a local career center to access this training opportunity.
Whether looking for a job, facing a career transition, seeking new skills, or you just want a new start, visit the South County Career Center, your job search headquarters, for the following Career Center Services :
In order to attend the “Introduction to Services” workshop you must provide the following information prior to participation:
MEMBERSHIP APP - Visiting the South County Career Center:
You will need the following documents on th day of orientation:
1) Complete the Membership Application(download here)
2) Register with Caljobs and bring in your resumewww.caljobs.ca.gov
3) Read and sign the Job Search Research Lab Policies(download here)
4) What-to-Bring worksheet (see download for I-9 info here)
Please review the What to Bring handout to ensure you have the appropriate documentation to present to the Career Center representative.
The workshop presentation will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the services that the Career Centers have to offer. Once you have attended an “Introduction to Services” workshop you will be provided with guidance in determining your “next steps” in career development and in identifying employment.