Recently, Success Center SF Staff volunteered for the Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation Annual Holiday Shopping Spree. The Bay Area Deputy Sheriff’s Foundation takes low income kids shopping twice a year (for back-to-school and holidays). See what happened.


Because we know how difficult it is to stay on track financially during the holiday season, we’ve compiled a few tips to help you keep at least one promise this year — to keep a little something extra in your wallet for yourself.  Find them here.


Swissport, an international corporation that provides ground and cargo handling services to the aviation industry was at the Western Addition Career Center to interview candidates for numerous positions currently available at SFO. Read more.


In all the years I’ve been working with job seekers, I’ve rarely come across a job seeker, Job Developer or Career Advisor who has used ReferenceUSA for conducting a job search.  This is a mistake. Learn why.


My first encounter with Taesha Walker was when I was interviewing candidates at a JobsNow Job Fair. What stood out the most to me about her was her determination and drive to be the best parent she could be for her two young sons. Read her story.


Andrew first came to our BT Express program in January. He was a 17-year-old who already was very active as a street racer. He’d even dropped out of school because he had dreams of joining a professional racing team. Read the rest of his story.


Nowadays we tend to forget that we are on display and can be screened without our consent or knowledge by potential employers. Find out how you can build a good internet reputation for your job search.


Representatives from Macy’s were at the Western Addition Career Center this October 21st to interview candidates who participated in our special holiday blitz.


“You are part of us” is a familiar phrase to teachers working in alternative learning settings. Continuing reading to learn more.


Benjamin Franklin once said, “That if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” This holds true to a job search.  Learn how you can make a plan to guide your own job search.


You applied for a job, and you get the call for an interview. What do you wear? Some tips for your big interview.


This week, we wrap up our series on ways you can save money with tips on how to save on utilities, transportation costs and more. Click here to learn how.


Because of startup companies like Honor, TaskRabbit, Lyft, Uber and Etsy, the gig industry is exploding. To help you figure out how you can make this new economy work for you we’re having a free “Gig Opportunity Fair,” September 23, 2015. Read to learn how you can attend this free event.


Start up tech companies are now making it easier than ever for you to promote and sell your skills online. Once called “the sharing economy” but now called the gig economy, there are numerous ways you can make a good living working online, either for yourself by starting your own business or by working for someone else. Learn how.


On Sunday, September 13, 2015, NBA Hall of Fame Legend Moses Malone passed away at the age of 60. In a Sports Illustrated article, Frank Deford recounts how Moses Malone became basketball’s greatest rebounded. Read blogger’s Greg Johnson takeaway on how Malone’s tips on basketball apply to your career.


Last week we looked at a few ways to help you save money. This week, we have a few more tips to help you stretch those dollar bills even further.


Being on a budget is difficult, even under the best circumstances. So we’ve compiled a few tips to help you — and your bank account stay balanced.


Britney indicated that she was looking build a career and was dissatisfied with the many dead end jobs that were always temporary, leading her to a cycle of unemployment. Read Britney’s story.


Read this testimonial from MGA Staffing on the services offered by the Success Center – SF Western Addition Career Center


Looking for a job? Did you know that the “type” of job seeker you are can be a factor in your success. Find out what kind of job seeker you are, what kind you should be, and get tips to help with your search.


As the program year quickly sunsets, I have taken time out to reflect on all our accomplishments and begin to refine our strategies for the new program year.  (From the Desk of the Executive Director)


This July 14th, over 100 job seekers looking for employment in the city’s lucrative construction industry dropped by our Western Addition Career Center to participate in our 2015 Construction Job Fair.


For the summer of 2015 Success Center SF is proud to announce that we are formally a doorway for the Mayor’s Youth Jobs Plus initiative.


Nina is a young woman who has faced many obstacles in her 19 years of life. One of those is that she had not obtained her High School Diploma/GED.  Read her Success Story.


DeSean, 17 years old, was referred to the Early Morning Study Academy (EMSA) by his probation officer who saw his potential right off. She indicated that it should only take a matter of weeks for him to achieve his GED for he was so bright. Read his Success Story.


The BT Express program is held every Saturday of the month excluding those Saturdays that fall on holidays. Our approach to community service is through service learning. Youth are better served through real life experiences in their community.


I was so proud of our presentation at the San Francisco Unified School District Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Our sea of black and gold was a force to be reckoned


Lonnie Tuck, Deputy Director of the Western Addition Career Center, developed a relationship with a staffing agency looking to find warehouse workers for a cold storage company. Recruitment and prescreening events were advertised in search of qualified job seekers.


Searching for a job can be a tough game. Here are 4 steps to help you reignite your job search and reclaim your MOJO!!!


If you’re looking for employment in the retail or food industry, our Career Center was the place to be on June 10 and June 19, 2015.


We’re having a Job Fair (or “Job Affair” ) at our SCSF Career Center located in the Fillmore District on May 20th, 2015, from 1pm to 4pm. Hiring representatives will be on hand to take your resumes and applications.


Tech industry hopefuls eager to scale the digital divide received info on free career training opportunities at the recent TechSF Orientation, held at our Career Center.


Representatives from the Academy of Truck Driving rolled into the SCSF-Career Center in Fillmore to give a presentation on their driver training program.

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