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Empowering Individuals for Self-Sufficiency at CTEHC

Organizations like BOSS play a vital role in empowering unemployed individuals facing extra barriers to achieve self-sufficiency and thrive in their careers. The Career Training, Education, and Housing Center (CTEHC), located inside BOSS' Wellness, Empowerment & Resiliency Campus, assists formerly incarcerated and justice-involved job seekers, providing comprehensive training and support to help individuals gain meaningful employment.

Creating Pathways to Success

Established in 2014, CTEHC serves as a stepping stone towards self-sufficiency, offering a range of career training programs that cater to diverse skill sets and interests.

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CTEHC helps people assess their employment skills/abilities, needs, and goals, offering referrals for basic education, sector-specific job training, paid on-the-job training (in BOSS or at partner work sites), and referrals to Peralta Community College District for degree or certification programs. Combining these resources with soft skills training, peer mentoring, and basic needs support, CTEHC equips individuals with the tools they need to succeed in the workplace.

Collaboration with Community Partners

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CTEHC's success lies in its ability to collaborate with community partners, businesses, and employers who share BOSS' vision of empowering individuals through meaningful employment.

By partnering with local companies, CTEHC ensures that the training programs align with industry needs, making participants job-ready and highly sought after by employers.

These partnerships also open avenues for internships, apprenticeships, and direct job placements, creating tangible pathways for individuals to launch their careers.

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YOU Can Make a Difference!

  • Donate: By contributing financially, you help provide individuals with work clothes, equipment, school or training materials, transportation, food vouchers, case management, and other resources they need to prepare for and find jobs.

  • Volunteer: If you possess expertise in a particular field or have valuable connections within industries, consider volunteering to mentor participants at CTEHC. Your guidance and support can make a profound impact on someone's life and help them achieve self-sufficiency.

  • Spread the Word: Share the inspiring work of CTEHC and BOSS with your friends, family, and colleagues. Utilize social media platforms, local community groups, and online forums to raise awareness about the organization and its mission. This helps us create more opportunities for individuals seeking self-sufficiency!



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