The Access Points are designed to provide a comprehensive approach to career planning and job search services in order to better assist job seekers with finding employment as quickly as possible.
Comprehensive and Neighborhood Access Points provide the following services:
Access Points can assist job seekers at any of the sites located throughout San Francisco. For more information, including a calendar of events and workshops, visit our Access Points Locations and Hours page or download the Access Point flyer.
What services are available at the Comprehensive and Neighborhood Access Points?
The Access Points provide employment-based services to job seekers that include job search techniques, career counseling, and job search assistance. Calendars with workshops and events for each site can be found on the Access Points Locations and Hours page.
How much does it cost to participate in Access Point services and programs?
There is no charge for Access Point services for job seekers.
Why is registration necessary for services?
Registration allows job seekers to have greater access to the Access Point system. Membership gives the job seeker access to services at any of the Access Points located throughout San Francisco.
Can Access Points assist job seekers with finding full-time employment?
Yes, the Comprehensive and Neighborhood Access Points are available to assist job seekers with finding full-time employment. Access Point staff provide guidance on how to register with HIRESF.org and to engage with other online job search engines. Staff assist individuals with identifying whether they will require job readiness and/or life skills workshops prior to receiving placement assistance services.
Do the Access Points provide job training?
A career advisor assists job seekers with identifying a variety of training programs to enroll in based on eligibility.
Is information kept confidential?
All information provided to the Access Points is kept confidential.
OEWD's WIA Title I-financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.