Helping America's most vulnerable.

Employment Services

Providing a Pathway to Self-Sufficiency

Stable employment is the key to long-term sustainability. After years of homelessness, substance abuse, incarceration and other issues our clients face, finding and maintaining employment can feel daunting. Volunteers of America's programs and services help clients overcome their barriers to gaining employment, through skills workshops, resume help, mock interviews and job placement services. However, we all know that finding the job is only the first step. Case managers work with clients one-on-one to help develop soft skills that will help clients navigate the workplace, overcome challenges, and maintain employment for years to come.

By helping clients attain and maintain employment, Volunteers of America is helping to change the trajectory of multigenerational poverty. Children raised by self-reliant, stably employed and housed families have a positive model upon which to build their futures.

Learn more about Volunteers of America's Mather Community Campus.

Programs and Services

  • Mather Community Campus

    Mather Community Campus focuses on helping formerly homeless individuals and families rebuild their lives through intensive employment and rapid housing services. The 12-month program provides transitional housing, case management, employment and life-skills workshops, educational and job referrals.

  • Specialized Training Employment Services

    With Volunteers of America’s Specialized Training Employment Program (STEP), employers can now hire with the assurance that our pre-screened candidates have undergone specialized training to help ensure higher employee retention and reduced turnover.

  • Veterans Employment Services

    Volunteers of America's Veteran Services provide homeless veterans with employment counseling, interview preparation, job referrals, and more, to help veterans address and overcome their personal barriers to stable employment.

  • Transitional Housing for Former Foster Youth

    Volunteers of America’s transitional housing program for former foster youth provides housing and independent living skills training for youths aged 18 to 24 who have aged out of foster care, or who have otherwise been engaged in the public system of care as children.

For more information contact
Phone: (916) 706-3017
STEP@voa-ncnn.org