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How to Apply
Taller San Jose exists to provide hope to young people who are out of school, unemployed and having trouble finding work. Through education, job-training and strong, supportive relationships, Taller San Jose provides graduates the skills needed to find and keep a job. If you have decided to make a change in your life but need help to get moving in the right direction, then Taller San Jose may be the right choice for you.
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Call today or pick up an application at:
Taller San Jose
801 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701
APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
- Be between 18-28 years old.
- Have right-to-work documents.
- Speak, read and write in English.
- Be able to pass a drug test.
Have completed high school or be within 15 credits of completion (not mandatory
for construction program).
HOW TO APPLY
- Complete an application.
- Provide a government-issued photo ID.
- Provide a social security card.
- Complete a pre-assessment and interview.
- Pass a pre-hire drug screen.
WHAT TO EXPECT
At Taller San Jose you will learn about the Steps to Success, receive support services and complete a short-term (16-20 week) job training program.
STEPS TO SUCCESS
- Complete your high school education.
- Master basic computer skills.
- Get your driver’s license.
- Register to vote.
- Open and use a bank account.
- Remain crime and drug free.
- Secure a job the pays more than minimum wage.
- Substance abuse case management
- Help with criminal or legal issues
- Childcare and transportation assistance, if eligible
- Job placement services
- Training for entry-level clinical positions in healthcare.
- Covers measuring vital signs; drawing blood; dosage calculations; assisting physicians with examinations; basic life support certification; healthcare software training and basic computer skills.Training includes a 4 week externship with local community clinic or medical group
- Graduates are hired as medical assistants.
- Training for administrative office positions in healthcare and business settings.
- Covers basic accounting, medical billing/coding, medical terminology and scheduling and coding software.
- Graduates are hired as AP/AR Clerks, Medical/Dental Insurance Representatives or in Small Business Office Management.
- Training for administrative positions.
- Provides Microsoft Word and Excel certification, and professional development training.
- Graduates are hired as administrative assistants, receptionist, office clerks, customer service representatives or data entry operators.
- Training for the construction industry.
- Covers construction theory and safety principles.
- Graduates are hired as framers, drywall hangers, roofers, plumbing or electrical interns.