Job Readiness Services


Re-Entry Services

Re-Entry services program

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What does this Program Offer?

What services are available?

  • Overcome challenges to employment and prepare for a career
  • Receive one-on-one support with your job search
  • Develop and increase your employment skills
  • Access job training programs in high-demand industries: health care, hospitality, construction, and technology
  • Prepare for employment
  • Opportunities for direct job placement

How to get started

How to get started

  • Visit one of the providers listed on the Job Readiness Services Flyer. 

  • Download the Job Readiness Services Flyer: 

    • PDF iconInformation in English
    • Información (Spanish) -Coming Soon
    • 如需詳細資訊 (Chinese) -Coming Soon
    • Impormasyon (Tagalog) -Coming Soon


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Background Information about the Program

Background Information about the Program

Job Readiness Services (JRS) plays a critical bridge role for individuals who, because of the barriers they face, are not yet able to focus on a job search and employment. By providing a holistic and culturally-competent JRS for the City’s residents with multiple barriers to successful job search and employment. 

JRS provider deliver intensive services to help jobseekers identify and create a plan for removing barriers preventing employment; and support the individual in accessing and navigating a citywide service system to resolve these barriers. 

JRS providers play an important cross-referral role within San Francisco’s workforce system: receiving referrals from Access Points and other partners of job-seekers with multiple barriers to employment, AND referring job-seekers who have successfully addressed barriers through JRS to an appropriate Sector Workforce Program or other appropriate Access Point for services focused on vocational training and employment.

Participating partners

Participating Partners

Individuals experiencing homelessness:

Individuals seeking a high school diploma/GED:

Individuals with limited English proficiency:

Individuals in the LGBT community: