Building upon their commitment to social justice, Caliva has collaborated with Chrysalis and Success Centers, two nonprofit organizations dedicated to creating pathways to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals.
This October, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco’s latest affordable homebuilding project is getting a boost from an energetic team of young people training to enter the building trades. “We’re thrilled to renew this partnership with Habitat,” said Success Centers’ Program Manager Tracy Green.
Now hiring Job Developers to cultivate, grow, and actively maintain lasting partnerships
with employers in San Francisco and nearby counties (San Mateo, Alameda).