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The Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) assists Californians with disabilities obtain and retain employment and maximize their ability to live independently. Vocational rehabilitation teams work closely with job seekers to establish the best combination of services and resources necessary to prepare for, find, retain and advance in employment. Services are tailored to each individual’s strengths and challenges to ensure the greatest chance of success.
Hope Builders bridges the gap between young adults who face many barriers to employment and employers who need skilled, reliable workers. It strives to link young adults, who have completed the training program, to permanent employment or internships. Trainees receive one-on-one job coaching to develop a resume, get professional attire and practice their interviewing skills. For up to 24 months after training completion staff continues to support young adults, helping them not only stay employed, but also continue to find growth or advancement opportunities through promotions and job changes.
The Orange County One-Stop Centers provide comprehensive employment and training services, including a Resource Center with access to computers, fax machines, copiers, and telephones. Other services include a resume distribution program; a career resource library, labor market information, networking opportunities, job search workshops, on-site interviews with local employers, transferable skills information, job leads, and training programs.
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