Why, yes. Yes there is, and it’s specifically designed to lift people out of poverty. Wouldn’t you, or your friends, or your relatives like to work for Safeway, Andronico’s Markets, Novartis, AT&T, IKEA, UPS, Federal Express, Kaiser Permanente, Bio-Rad Laboratories, or Comcast? What’s that – you don’t need a Rubicon Programs, Inc. one-stop job center ’cause you have all the stuff it offers at home? Maybe, but you should check it out just the same when you can. (See info below.)
And that’s what people were doing today in the Western A. Hundreds were on hand in the wet weather to witness San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, District 5 Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, and Mistress of Ceromonies Barbara Rodgers (“I wasn’t fired [from CBS5 last year], I quit!“) kick off the new center.
A revival meeting tent for an economic revival meeting this morning at the Safeway Plaza on Webster. Click to expand:
Mission Center: 3120 Mission street, San Francisco, CA 94110: Tel: 415-401-4800
Southeast Center: 1800 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124: Tel:415-970-7762
Goodwill Center: 1500 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103: Tel: 415-575-2101
Chinatown Center: 777 Stockton Street, San francisco, CA 94108: Tel: 415-421-2111
Western Addition: 1449 Webster Street, San Francisco, CA 94115: Tel: 415-655-2620
These centers offer vocational counseling and job placement assistance, apprenticeship training for construction jobs, and access to other services for laid-off workers or unemployed individuals.