Tehama County Job Training Center

Welcome to the the Job Training Center, a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide unlimited employment opportunities to job seekers and hiring, training and human resource assistance to local businesses. The Job Training Center is part of a nation-wide system that provides job search and career development services through a trained staff and a welcoming career center open to the public.

We are your resource for learning about local and regional job opportunities; training and education programs;  job search tools and resources. You have a complete career center at your disposal five days a week, so you don’t have to job search alone! At our Career Center, you’ll enjoy a caring staff, high speed Internet, computers, resume templates, fax machines, printers, local and regional job postings, special events and more.

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Attention Businesses: Two Amazing Business Workshops Offered in May: Marketing and Finance

Two great workshops; two amazing presenters. Join us May 5 in Corning and May 24 in Red Bluff for two workshops that will offer tools, guidance and great information to help

your business thrive. These workshops are brought to you through a grant from Wells Fargo bank. Co-sponsors include the Job Training Center, 3CORE, Red Bluff Chamber of Commerce and the Corning Chamber of Commerce.

For more information and to register via Eventbrite, Click BusinessWorkshopsTehamaCountyMay2016.


Spring/Summer 2016 Recruitment: Seeking Interns to Help with Drought Relief Efforts

Would you like to gain experience, earn a paycheck and work on a meaningful project? Thanks to a National Emergency Grant, the Job Training Center is recruiting eligible interns to work on drought relief projects as paid interns. The positions are mostly outdoor work and are located throughout the county with public agencies and non-profits.

To be eligible, you must be one of the following:

1) Unemployed or underemployed because of the drought; or  2) in a household whose income has been reduced due to unemployment or reduced employment changes attributable to the drought; or 3) a long-term unemployed individual residing in a drought affected area.

To apply, complete the  Initial Internship Application – Drought ’15

Questions? Call 529-7000.

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