San Leandro Adult & Career Education Center

Transitions Center

2024 

Presents our bi-annual Job and Resource Fair

April 19, 2024




Job and Resource Fair April 19, 2024.pdf

  The San Leandro Adult & Career Education Center Transitions Center seeks to assist our students and community members in overcoming barriers and in achieving their employment and education goals.

 The Transitions Center Provides:



ADULT EDUCATION


LINKS

The Adult Education Program at Chabot College, in collaboration with local adult schools and Las Positas Community College, provides assistance and transitional support for adult learners looking to advance their academic and/or career pursuits. 

Autism Awarness Month 2024

Every April Autism Speaks celebrates World Autism Month beginning with United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. Throughout the month, we focus on unity and collaboration by fostering worldwide support, sharing stories, and connecting to create a more inclusive world.  This year, we are committed to standing together to make a world of difference where all people with autism can reach their full potential. 

JOB SEARCH

Eden Area AJCC: The Career Center in Hayward offers online help to look for a job

http://edenareaonestop.org/ 

https://acwdb.org/

TriValley Career Center: Offers online help to look for a job

https://www.trivalleycareercenter.org/

Job search websites

https://www.indeed.com/

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/

https://www.monster.com/

https://www.simplyhired.com/


FINANCIAL RESOURCES

FOR AUTHORIZED WORKERS:



FOR UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS:

https://www.cdss.ca.gov/inforesources/cash-assistance-for-immigrants

https://edd.ca.gov/en/disability/undocumented_workers/

https://www.nilc.org/issues/workersrights/


1. Please explain what your job entails and the number of years you've been with SLAS.

I am an ESL teacher.  I break the giant task of learning a new language into manageable chunks, which I feed to my students through enticement and encouragement.

  

2. Who inspired you to pursue the career you have today?

In the second grade, I came up with a little song for the steps of subtraction with borrowing,  taught it to a few classmates, and was energized by their success with it and their appreciativeness.  I decided then that I wanted to become a teacher.  Later I lost sight of that goal for a few decades ... but eventually came back around.  


3. What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?

I make a darned good green salad.  


4.  In terms of successes, which accomplishments are you most proud of?

When our class is hitting a groove, attendance is robust, and students are clearly excited about what they're now able to understand, say, and write, it's a good feeling. 


5.  Describe an interesting hobby or pastime that you have.

I'm a determined and dedicated cabaret singer!  I memorize and practice my songs in the car.  I sing them at open mic events and house parties.  I've even put together and performed a few solo shows.   



EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH




HOUSING RESOURCES

Bay Area Legal Aid provides Resources 

https://www.haca.net/applicants/emergency-housing-vouchers/



IMMEDIATE HOUSING ASSISTANCE

If you're fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking and in immediate danger, call 911.

If you need immediate emergency shelter and housing assistance, please contact Eden Information & Referral at 211 or the Bay Area Helpline at 1-800-273-6222.

You can also visit the companion website for housing-related services and general services.


Provides rental assistance, housing assistance, tenant/landlord counseling, home-seeking, home-sharing, and mortgage and home purchase counseling.


Alameda County has Housing Resource Centers (HRCs) throughout the County to support people currently experiencing homelessness.

If you are experiencing homelessness in Alameda County you may connect with an HRC by calling Eden Information & Referral at 510-537-2552 or you may connect with an HRC directly by finding an access point near you.


Find resources for rental and deposit assistance.

https://davisstreet.org/


Alameda County Housing Portal

https://housing.acgov.org/additional-resources


Alameda County:​


East Bay:​


centrolegal.org

510-437-1554


evictiondefensecenteroakland.org

510-452-4541


ebclc.org

510-548-4040


baylegal.org

888-382-3405


apilegaloutreach.org

(Oakland residents only)

510-251-2846



FOR HOMEOWNERS


heraca.org

(510) 271-8443

LEGAL

  NATIONAL IMMIGRATION LAW CENTER

                       https://www.nilc.org/


Established in 1979, the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is one of the leading organizations in the U.S. exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of immigrants with low income. 



HEALTH

National Immigration Law Center

Health Care https://www.nilc.org/issues/health-care/

Medical Assistance Programs for Immigrants in Various States


Other resources:

Parenting Stress Helpline - Family Paths:  

1-800-309-2131  https://familypaths.org/what-we-do/parentingstresshelpline/


Crisis Support Services: 24-hour support:  

1-800-829-3777 https://familypaths.org/what-we-do/parentingstresshelpline/


La Clinica: 

 https://laclinica.org/

Davis Street Community Center: 

http://davisstreet.org/index.php/healthclinic/

Alameda County Public Health Department:  

https://acphd.org/health-alerts/advisory/


Alameda County Public Health advice

 http://www.acphd.org/media/562537/sick-factsheet-20200326.pdf

Family Paths

Parenting Stress Helpline

800-829-3777

https://familypaths.org/

Serving Alameda County

Our Parenting Stress Helpline provides free and confidential counseling, information, and referrals to anyone in need of parenting support. You have access to caring helpline counselors for anonymous calls at any time, or schedule regular callbacks to support you with your parenting or family concerns. We also can refer you to Family Paths’ services and 900+ Alameda County resources.


Alameda County Public Health advice:

 http://www.acphd.org/media/562537/sick-factsheet-20200326.pdf



FOOD


If you need food, please call our Emergency Food Helpline

https://www.accfb.org/about-us/contact/


All Saints Episcopal Church

Pantry

911 Dowling Blvd, San Leandro, CA 94577

1st & 3rd Sat 11am - 1pm

For more information, visit: https://saintsalive.net/social-ministries/, email foodpantry@saintsalive.net, or call (510) 569-7020


April Showers

Meal to go and showers for those experiencing homelessness

401 Marina Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577

1st, 3rd, 5th Sun 11am-2pm

For more information, visit: https://www.ihnaprilshowers.org/ or email info@ihnaprilshowers.org


CrossStreets Food Pantry

Drive through pantry

951 MacArthur Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577

2nd & 4th Sat 8:30am until supplies run out

For more information, visit https://sites.google.com/view/crossstreets/gethelp/food-pantry or email help@crossstreets.org


Davis Street Community Center

Pantry

3081 Teagarden St, San Leandro, CA 94577

Mon-Thu 10am-5pm

For more information, visit: https://davisstreet.org/basic-needs/food-pantry/


Delight in the Word Bible Fellowship

Food Pantry

1221 Pacific Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94577

2nd and 4th Saturdays 11am until supplies run out

For more information, visit: https://ditwchurch.com/ministries/ditw-food-ministry/


Mercy Brown Bag Program

Pantry for seniors

13909 E 14th St, San Leandro, CA, 94578

2nd, 4th Mon 10am-11:30am

Must pre-register by calling (510) 534-8540 x 369. For more information on eligibility requirements, visit: https://mercybrownbag.org/get-food/


Prophetic Teacher Intercessory Church

Food Pantry

16490 Kent Ave., San Lorenzo, CA 94580

4th Wednesday and 2nd Saturday 1pm - 3pm on 4th Wednesday and 8am to 10am on 2nd Saturday

For more information, call (510) 460-9535


San Leandro Community Food Pantry

Pantry

14235 Bancroft Ave, San Leandro, CA, 94578

Every Thursday 5:30pm-8pm

For more information, visit https://www.slcfp.org/ or email info@slcfp.org


San Lorenzo Family Help Center

Drive through pantry

100 Hacienda Ave, San Lorenzo, CA, 94580

Mon-Fri 10am-12:30pm

For more information, visit: https://www.slzhelp.org/


SOS Meals on Wheels

Meal delivery for seniors

2235 Polvorosa Ave #260, San Leandro, CA, 94577

Mon-Fri Mornings and afternoons

For more information, visit: https://www.sosmow.org/meals or call (510) 582-1263 for availability


Spectrum Community Services

Meal to go or dine in

13909 E 14th St, San Leandro, CA, 94578

Mon-Fri 12pm-12:30pm

Must reserve your meal at least 24 hours in advance by calling the Spectrum Meal Site Coordinator at (510) 825-9793. For more information visit: https://www.spectrumcs.org/


St. James Lutheran Church

Pantry

993 Estudillo Ave., San Leandro, CA 94577

3rd Thursday 11am-11:30am

For more information, visit: http://stjamessl.org/serving or call (510) 895-2286


Alameda County Community Food Bank

 https://www.accfb.org/health-and-safety/


Calfresh (government help to pay for food)

https://www.cdss.ca.gov/benefits-services/food-nutrition

What Makes Us Unique

Individualized support

Everyone is welcome

Contact Us

Kristi Kaady

kkaady@slusd.us

Google Voice: 650-549-4577

Office: 510-618-4521

Location 

The Transitions Center

 Room 108 

San  Leandro Adult & Career Education Center

1448 Williams Street

San Leandro, CA 94578