16 OPL locations are offering sidewalk pickup service during limited hours. All other OPL locations are closed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. You may return library materials in the outside book drop at any OPL location. Library items will be quarantined 96 hours before being checked back in.
To sign up for a library card, please complete an online application. For questions about your account or to reach an OPL reference librarian, please email email@example.com or call 510-238-3134.
Si tienes preguntas sobre tu cuenta o si te quieres comunicar con un bibliotecario favor de enviar un correo electrónico al firstname.lastname@example.org o llamar al 510.238.3134.
有关您的图书馆帐户的问题，或联系图书馆工作人员，请发送电子邮件至 email@example.com 或致电510-238-3134留言。
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|U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeships||
Ages 16 & up. Paid apprenticeships and education.
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.
A free web-based job board with access to thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations. Includes federal internships for high school and college students.
|EDD Services for Youth||
Information on numerous training programs, work experience, leadership development and occupational skills building available to youth 14-24. From the State of California's Employment Development Department.
Information for teens about companies that can hire teenagers by category, age, and state.
Tutor.com offers free online tutoring, homework help, and test preparation for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as for college students and adult learners. The site includes job searching support, such as help writing a cover letter, applying for a job online, and resume writing. Live one-on-one assistance is available everyday from 12pm (noon) until 12am (midnight). Live Spanish-speaking support is also available for math, science, and social studies subjects.
|East Oakland Youth Development Center||
Job readiness & placement.
8200 International Blvd., Oakland, (510) 569-8088, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Treasure Island Job Corps||
Ages 16-24. Paid academic & job training. 800 733-JOBS / 800 733-5627
|Berkeley Youth Alternatives||
BYA administers multiple employment readiness strategies for young adults ages 16-24 who are residents of Alameda County.
1255 Allston Way, Berkeley, (510-845-9010
Youth are employed for one season (6 months approximately) and earn on average $2,000. They learn how to manage their money and develop important skills like responsibility, customer service, and how to communicate in the workplace.
For 16-24 year olds. Special consideration to youth who have experienced homelessness or temporary housing, have been involved in the foster care system, or have a juvenile or criminal justice history.
131 Steuart Street, Suite 201, San Francisco, 415.371.0727
|Scotlan Youth and Family Center||
Oakland Youth First Program.
1145 10th St, Oakland, 510-832-2088
|Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership||
Health-focused youth programs that provide a supportive network for youth under-represented in health careers. Applly online.
|East Bay Regional Park District||
Paid internships and job opportunities for youth.
Various locations. (510) 544-2154
|Year Up Bay Area||
Hands-on training, real-world corporate access, a six-month internship, and support while earning a stipend. 18- 26 year olds with a GED or high school diploma.
80 Sutter St., San Francisco (415) 512-7588
|Kaiser Permanente Launch Program||
Paid 8-week internships in health care environments for youth age 16-19. KP.LAUNCH@kp.org || 510-987-3297
|OUSD College and Career Readiness||
Here, you will find information on high school graduation requirements, how to get ready for college and the workplace, and other resources to help you smoothly transition to life after high school.
High School Office
|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||
8-12 week paid internships for Oakland youth age 14-20..
1900 Fruitvale Ave, Suite 2A, (510) 535-6900
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.
|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||
The FCP department can provide support with resume and cover letter writing, completing job applications, interview clothing, construction training, job tools & licenses, budgeting & financial literacy, continuing education and more!
935 Union St. (West Oakland office)
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
|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 email@example.com or send a direct message to us on Instagram or post and hashtag #oaklandhasjobs.
|City of Oakland Services for Youth Job Seekers||
For Oakland residents between the ages of 16 and 24. Job readiness and summer jobs.
|Phat Beets Fresh Fellows||
Eight week course in the spring, summer and fall integrating exercise, gardening activities, cooking, nutrition, and food justice workshops.