What We Do
Career Collaborative helps motivated, low-income adults set and reach the challenging but attainable goal of getting and succeeding at a good job with career potential.
We offer our participants comprehensive career services. Our job-search program starts with a 4-week job-search course including 18 practice interviews with volunteers, most of whom are managers and professionals. After completing the course, participants move to Job Club which provides individual and group support until they get jobs. Once our participants are employed, we mentor them until they reach two years of continuous employment. Throughout the program, our dedicated staff and volunteers provide as much individual coaching as our clients need.
With our help, low-income adults are getting and keeping good jobs with opportunity for advancement. Our clients develop life skills and habits that enable them to succeed and grow on the job and provide for their families. They build self-confidence and a sense of purpose in the workplace that extends beyond the immediate need for a paycheck to the long-term desire for a satisfying and sustaining career.