CareerPoint PPSC assists young people in Sonoma and Marin Counties on the road from adolescence to adulthood. Whether you are seeking your first entry-level job, or the education and training needed for a lifelong career, we can help you develop and achieve your goals. Keep up to date on leads and opportunities with our social media and calendar, drop in to one of our “open office” afternoons for resume workshopping, or make an appointment to develop and achieve the goals you need to succeed.
Connect with @CareerPointPPSC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat for up-to-the-minute job leads, educational opportunities, and more.
We recognize that the path to stable employment includes not only education and opportunity, but also foundational skills and social support. For young adults ages 16-24, personalized long-term case management is available to address serious barriers in the way of success. Special consideration is given to marginalized or at-risk populations, particularly those who are not in school.
- Paid internships
- Job skills training and shadowing
- Application assistance and resume editing
- Referrals to counseling, mentorship, drug abuse, gang prevention and diversion programs
- Leadership development, volunteer and service learning activities
- Career planning and development
- Secondary and post-secondary educational options
- Free use of computer lab
- Individualized coaching, guidance, and advocacy
Get started today!
Fill out our interest form, call 707-765-8488, or email email@example.com.
CareerPoint PPSC uses money set aside by the U.S. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), as well as the generous support of local donors. We are proud to partner with Sonoma County Youth Education & Employment Services to serve residents of Petaluma and Penngrove, as well as the Workforce Alliance of the North Bay and CareerPoint North Bay to serve residents of Marin County. To learn more about WIOA, click here. To make a donation, go here.
Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps
The Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps (SCYEC) provides young adults with meaningful, paid work experience, environmental education, and the opportunity to explore careers and develop work-readiness skills. Youth contribute to their community while completing environmental and conservation-related projects or by working with local non-profit organizations. You can see the crews in Petaluma at work at our Petaluma Bounty Farm this summer.
SCYEC is the recipient of the California State Association of Counties (CSAC) 2014 Challenge Award. Challenge awards recognize the innovative and creative spirit of California county governments. We are proud of our partners all over the county who help provide this opportunity for the youth of Petaluma and Sonoma County. View this video made as part of the Challenge Award.
For more information, visit the SCYEC site here.