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|Job Star Central||
List of local job programs and opportunities.
Seasonal jobs in California by county.
Earn money to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back your college debt.
|U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeships||
Ages 16 & up. Paid apprenticeships, education, college credit. (415) 625-2230
A job search engine that maps the huge selection of job offerings available on the internet in one extensive database. Search by location for local jobs.
USAJOBS.gov is a free web-based job board with access to thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations. Includes internships for high school and college students.
|EDD.gov Services for Youth||
Information on numerous training programs, work experience, leadership development and occupational skills building available to youth 14-21.
Information for 12-19 years old about companies that can hire teenagers by category, age, and state.
|Project J.O.Y. - East Oakland Youth Development Center||
Ages 16 & up. Job readiness & placement. Orientation every Wed. at 3:30pm. 8200 International Blvd., Oakland, (510) 569-8088.
|Treasure Island Job Corps||
Ages 16-24. Paid academic & job training. (415) 277-2400.
|Berkeley Youth Alternatives||
Ages 16-21. Residents of Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany, or Alameda. Some spots for Oakland & Richmond residents.
1255 Allston Way, Berkeley, (510) 647-0708.
A youth program designed to help you get job experience and get into college. Part-time jobs at Candlestick Park, Oracle Arena, and more. Applications due in March and August. (510) 444-6744.
|Scotlan Youth and Family Center||
Oakland Youth First Program. Ages 16-24. Summer job placement and computer skills.
1143 10th St., (510) 832-2088
|Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership||
Healthcare and EMT job training for youth.
1000 San Leandro Blvd., Suite 200 (510) 618-2043.
|East Bay Regional Park District||
Paid internships and job opportunities for youth.
Various locations. (510) 544-2154
|Year Up Bay Area||
Age 18-24. One-year job training and placement program for technology and business jobs.
80 Sutter St., San Francisco (415) 512-7588
|Oakland Private Industry Council||
Age 18-24. Job coaching and placement.
1212 Broadway, Suite 200 (510) 768-4446.
|Kaiser Permanente Launch Program||
Paid 8-week internships for youth age 16-19. Applications must be submitted in-person at your local Kaiser Permanente facility. Applications are released in February each year.
|OUSD College and Career Readiness||
Get help with work permits and paid internship opportunities. Contact Colleen Piper, Career Readiness Coordinator at (510) 238-8607x105.
|Spanish Speaking Citizens Foundation - Highway to Work||
Job counseling and support for Alameda County youth age 14-19 who are in foster care, on probation or receiving Cal Works.
1470 Fruitvale Avenue, (510) 261-7839.
|The Unity Council||
A Youth Employment Program for youth facing barriers to employment. Includes training, resources, and internships. Youth (age 14-20) receive a stipend or payment while enrolled in the program. Enrollment and eligibility requirements vary throughout the year.
1900 Fruitvale Ave, Suite 2A, (510) 535-7179.
Career and education support, job readiness, and placement.
8711 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, (510) 777-9909.
|Lao Family Community Development||
Year-round employment programs, financial education, and family support.
1551 23rd Ave. Oakland, (510) 533-8850
|Youth Employment Partnership||
Afterschool and summer jobs for youth, job training, leadership development, communication skills, financial literacy, and conflict resolution training.
2300 International Blvd. Oakland, (510) 533-3447
|OHA Family and Community Partnerships||
Summer jobs and year-round employment and educational services for students living in Oakland Housing. Call for information: (510) 587-5115
935 Union St. (West Oakland office)
|Ready, Set, Connect||
Hiring begins again in August. A program of Oakland Public Library and Community Technology Network. Do you have a passion for technology and an interest in discovering careers in web design, graphic design, online marketing, and social media? Earn a monthly stipend in the 8-month professional development program designed to help Oakland youth between 16 and 24 years old discover the professional skills necessary for technology-focused careers.
Civicorps helps the East Bay’s highest risk young adults, age 18-26, embark on family sustaining careers. Help getting a high school diploma, job skills/placement and college/career readiness.
101 Myrtle St., (510) 992-7800
|Game Theory Academy / WOW Farm||
Meaningful green jobs for Oakland youth. Summer and year-round opportunities. Paid internships in urban farming and entrepreneurship, for high school students.
Send questions to outreach coordinator at email@example.com
|Oakland Has Jobs||
Check here to find up to date help wanted signs all over Oakland. If you see a help wanted sign, take a picture and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a direct message to us on Instagram or post and hashtag #oaklandhasjobs.
Localwise is a community job board featuring part-time jobs at local businesses. They connect local students and community members with local jobs.
|Highway to Work (SASYEP)||
Supports youth and young adults ages 14-19 who are engaged with the juvenile justice and social service systems (i.e. probation, foster care, CalWorks, Cal Learn) to pursue their education and gain meaningful work experience.
|Earn & Learn East Bay||
For Oakland residents between the ages of 16 and 24. An expansion of the Mayor's summer jobs program.
|Phat Beets Fresh Fellows||
Eight week course in the spring, summer and fall integrating exercise, gardening activities, cooking, nutrition, and food justice workshops.