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February 2017 was a big month at the Success Center. Three new outstanding professionals have joined the Employment team beefing up the current staff to 10 employment specialists.


Hear Success Center SF’s Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson talk about our goal of helping low income Bay Area adults and youth achieve happiness and success in life.


At the latest Financial Empowerment Credit Building and Repair Boot Camp the speaker was Ruth VanDerostyne, owner and founder of Financial Education Services, a credit repair company in the Bay Area.  Hear what she had to say.


Is a traffic infraction making it hard for you to get work or get around? Want to get your license back? For a limited time you can get amnesty on your CA ticket with the Driver’s License Amnesty Program. See if you qualify.


Want a New Job for the New Year? Ready to get your work life in order.  Here are a few tips from the Career Center on how to develop your career!


On Saturday November 12th, 2016 the Western Addition Career Center, along with West Side Community Services and  the Street Violence Intervention Program, held an interactive resource fair at the Fillmore-Turk Mini Park. Hear what happened.


If you’ve ever looked for a job (and who hasn’t??), you know how difficult it is to differentiate yourself from all the other candidates clamoring for that same position.  Finding a way to prove to interviewers that YOU — and only you — are the best person for the job can make — or break — that interview. Find out how.


Two weeks ago Career Center Director, Troy Henry and Job Developer, Rito Andujo-Walker, joined other employers in participating in an employment readiness program at San Quentin State Prison. Read what happened once they were inside.


On April 21st, the Success Center SF/Western Addition Career Center hosted its first “Ladies Night in the Fillmore.” Ladies Night in the Fillmore, slated to become a regular event on the Career Center calendar, was moderated by Success Center SF Executive Director Liz Jackson-Simpson. Read more.