City of San Diego Mentorships with CONNECT2Careers

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Program description

CONNECT2Careers is hiring young adults in the City of San Diego for paid training and mentorship opportunities with City of San Diego employees.

Mentees will participate in four weeks of part-time work-readiness training with C2C, after which they will be assessed for transit pass assistance and provided professional clothing through a partnership with the Gap Foundation. After training, mentees will join a City of San Diego employee for a 150-hour mentorship experience — typically over the course of 5-10 weeks.

All training and mentorship time will be paid by C2C. Wages start at $12/hour with an opportunity to increase to $13/hour after a midpoint evaluation during their work experience.

To apply, you should be:

  • 16-24 years old
  • Live in the City of San Diego (residents of other cities in San Diego County are not eligible for the program)
  • Priority given to young adults who are not in school and not employed
  • Live in a household with an income level at or below the income listed in the table below
Household  Size    Annual    Income Limits
1 $54,500
2 $62,300
3 $70,100
4 $77,850
5 $84,100
6 $90,350
7 $96,550
8 $102,800

Information sessions

Candidates and their families are invited to join C2C at monthly info sessions for more information and to complete the enrollment forms in-person (optional). Info sessions happen once monthly. The next information session is on Saturday, September 22 from 10 a.m.–12 p.m. at City Heights Library.

City of San Diego Mentorship Program Information Session
Saturday, September 22 from 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
City Heights Weingart Library
3795 Fairmount Ave.
San Diego, CA 92105

Enrollment process

Individuals interested in the program should apply below. After your application, you may be contacted by a C2C staff member for additional information and to confirm your eligibility and interest.

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Additional Information

For more information, contact Sophia at (619) 416-1528 or sophia@workforce.org.

 

This program is funded in whole or in part with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to the City of San Diego.

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