Job Skills Training Program
Jobs Skills Training Program Participants join a team for City beautification projects in a work-like environment, giving them valuable training and experience to help them to re-enter the workforce. In addition, participants experience the reward of giving back to the community, very often getting recognized for their service. Positive relationships are formed with co-participants and Crew Leaders which are built on trust, compassion, and mutual respect. Classroom time is used for resume building, employment and training workshops, employment searches, and application follow-ups in an effort to improve their resume and job readiness with the ultimate goal of securing employment. Participants are compensated for their time with a stipend.
Wednesdays, 1pm- 4pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays
The Job Skills Training Program is currently on a break as we work to improve and expand the program. Sign up below to be added to our participant interest list.
Established in 2018, the Eureka Police Department's Community Safety Engagement Team (CSET) is staffed with a Sergeant, MIST Officer, Old Town Officer, two Parks/Waterfront Rangers, and a volunteer substance abuse / mental health professional. CSET also shares four Homeless Outreach Workers (HOW) with UPLIFT Eureka. CSET works intensively with community partners as this is key in improving the overall health of the community.