Interview Training near 78205

Interview Training near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
0.91 miles away, 600 N. Frio, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
We want you to feel your best while job searching and in the first few weeks of employment. Once you've scheduled an interview, obtain a referral to visit your local Dress for Success boutique. Our volunteers will work with you to help you choose an interview outfit and will also provide guidance and support for the upcoming interview. Once clients secure a job, they are invited for employment suiting, with additional education in continuity of professional appearance and attitude, and training in economically extending their wardrobes.
Women who are either on or eligible for public assistance and are unemployed, or underemployed, and looking for employment. Clients are referred from not-for-profit and governmental agencies including homeless shelters, job training programs and domestic violence shelters.
Free
Mon-Thu, 9:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 9:00-4:00pm
(210) 737-1515
COVID-19 Notice

In response to the government’s request and COVID-19 we are temporarily discontinuing City Groups and Ministry Events. Check website for updates.

Every Sunday we take a team to Haven for hope to preach the gospel, equip and train people for re-entry into the workforce and typical living, get people connected with churches and take snacks and donations every week.
Clients must attend the regular STC 101 at Serve the City, serve with our team in some capacity prior to enrolling and get badged through the haven process.
Haven requires a $6 background check.
5:50 - 8:30
Christopher Williams - Outreach Pastor Send email
(210) 923-8969
COVID-19 Notice

To protect our employees, our participants, and continue services the Housing Authority of Bexar County (HABC) has made the following operational changes:
• Closure of the HABC Lobby
• No in-person meetings
• Residents will hear from their assigned case worker by appointment using phone or email
• Property managers are taking extra care with our elderly population checking daily to assure they have sufficient supplies and that any health-related needs are being addressed

Questions from participants can be directed to their assigned caseworker or anyone can call the main number at 210-225-0071. For updates, phone our hotline (210-231-2043) or visit our website at www.habctx.org/about.us/coronavirus.

The Education & Employment Program is a training program designed to assist residents of public housing with personal and technical job skills. This training helps qualified residents in pursuing careers in areas such as maintenance trades, computer technician, health-related occupations and office administration. The program includes the following: • Life Skills & Job Readiness Classes • Vocational Training • GED and Continuing Education • On-the-Job Training
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
(210) 225-0071
COVID-19 Notice

To protect our employees, our participants, and continue services the Housing Authority of Bexar County (HABC) has made the following operational changes:
• Closure of the HABC Lobby
• No in-person meetings
• Residents will hear from their assigned case worker by appointment using phone or email
• Property managers are taking extra care with our elderly population checking daily to assure they have sufficient supplies and that any health-related needs are being addressed

Questions from participants can be directed to their assigned caseworker or anyone can call the main number at 210-225-0071. For updates, phone our hotline (210-231-2043) or visit our website at www.habctx.org/about.us/coronavirus.

• Money Smart Classes: Case management staff, in partnership with financial organizations trained in FDIC curriculum, offer quarterly Money Smart classes at our public housing communities. Topics include: borrowing basics, pay yourself first, banking services, budgeting, repairing your credit and homeownership. • Back To School Drives: FSS case managers organize back-to-school drives to help residents with costs of school supplies. The funds raised pay for school supplies, uniforms, immunizations and haircuts. • Health Fairs: Case managers participate in and support community health fairs. • Employment Fairs: Family Self-sufficiency provides residents information on upcoming job fairs and assists with transportation, resume preparation, interview technique and necessary job skills. • Summer Youth Employment: HABC provides youth, ages 14 to 24, the opportunity to learn on-the-job training during summer months. Employment may be with HABC or with one of our partners. • Thanksgiving Baskets • During the holiday season, case and property management staff identify needy families and supply holiday meals to them.
COVID-19 Notice

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

The Center’s Long Term Care staff works with employers throughout the city to find appropriate jobs for people with IDD. Once a participant has landed the job, Supported Employment provides job coaching through job site skills training. We help people learn how to perform their jobs. Once a participant has learned the job, Supported Employment staff provides ongoing support to ensure that he/she is satisfied with the job, performing well and realizing productive independence. Services include: • Job application assistance • Interviewing skills • Job search skills • Resume development
(210) 261-3700
COVID-19 Notice

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

The Center’s Long Term Care staff works with employers throughout the city to find appropriate jobs for people with IDD. Once a participant has landed the job, Supported Employment provides job coaching through job site skills training. We help people learn how to perform their jobs. Once a participant has learned the job, Supported Employment staff provides ongoing support to ensure that he/she is satisfied with the job, performing well and realizing productive independence. Services include: • Job application assistance • Interviewing skills • Job search skills • Resume development
(210) 261-3700
Goodwill has a long and proud history of serving our country's veterans and their family members as they transition to civilian life. Our Career Services Specialists are here to help remove employment barriers with specialized, no cost career assistance. Our programs are individualized and tailored to the unique needs of every veteran. Training That's Anything But Basic Our goal is to help veterans successfully search and find a meaningful career. Leverage the training received in the military to find employment in a similar field or providing the necessary resources to start a new career. We can also assist with financial planning and career training for in-demand job categories including: • Nurse's Aide • Pharmacy Technician • Commercial Truck Drivers • and more Our career services are offered at no cost to veterans and include: • Employer connection • Certification training • Financial planning • Career coaching • Resume development • Job search assistance • Interview strategies • Interest skills assessment Veterans career services are available at all 8 Goodwill San Antonio Good Careers Centers. Good Careers Center Workshops: Every month the Good Careers Centers host workshops that can assist veterans and former active duty service personnel in transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce. View our Events Calendar for a current schedule of events. We assist veterans in finding employment opportunities through our partnerships within the communities we serve.
This program serves Veterans and their families, regardless of their affiliation with St Philip’s College.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
(210) 486-2185
Are you ready to leave the past behind and start over? For those who want to start a new life––a better life––Changin' Lives is here to offer resources, to listen, and to let you know that you are not alone. We work through your challenges to help you reach your goals. We want to help you become a self-sufficient, successful, productive citizen of our community by connecting you with felony-friendly employers, affordable housing resources, medical and social services referrals, mentoring, and one-on-one client case management.
Free
By appointment only. Please call during business hours (Tue-Thu, 9:00am-3:00pm) to schedule an appointment.
Dolores (Bianca) Castoreno - CEO
(210) 797-4343
COVID-19 Notice

Resources are still available by appointment through apartment office. Group sessions or classes are canceled due to safety concerns.

Families and individuals living in CHR affordable housing communities have access to supportive social services such as: • Homework help and tutoring • After-school snacks and summer lunches • Adult education programs • ESL assistance • Financial literacy programs • Job readiness preparation • And more
Free for residents of San Juan Square 1
Mon-Tue, 8:30am-5:30pm Wed, 9:00am-6:00pm Thu-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm Sun: Closed
(210) 223-2889
COVID-19 Notice

To limit the spread of COIVID-19, this center has been closed until further notice.

The NXT Level Youth Opportunity Center, managed by the City’s Department of Human Services in coordination with Goodwill and Communities in Schools, assists young adults (16-24) disengaged youth with the steps necessary to go back to school or find a job related to their interest NXT Level is a City of San Antonio program partnered with Communities in Schools (CIS) and Goodwill Industries. The program serves young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are disconnected from education, work, and major societal support systems. We are committed to providing a safe space where every 16 to 24 year old achieves their personal, educational, and/or career goals. We connect each participant with a life and education/career coach. Coaches offer on-going case management, counseling, life skills, and referrals to community partners with demonstrated success.
Anyone between the ages of 16-24 who resides in San Antonio qualifies for the services and can either schedule an appointment or walk in to meet with a NXT Level coach.
Free
Mon-Fri, 10:00am-7:00pm
Nina Villalta - Community Services Specialist Send email
(210) 207-1729
COVID-19 Notice

Resources are still available by appointment through apartment office. Group sessions or classes are canceled due to safety concerns.

Families and individuals living in CHR affordable housing communities have access to supportive social services such as: • Homework help and tutoring • After-school snacks and summer lunches • Adult education programs • ESL assistance • Financial literacy programs • Job readiness preparation • And more
Free for residents of San Juan Square 2
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm Sat-Sun: Closed
(210) 222-8866
The Training for Job Success program is designed to support income-eligible residents as they prepare for better employment that can lead their families to self-sufficiency. Following are some of the resources and services available through the Training for Job Success Program: • Job readiness activities such as assistance with résumé writing, interviewing skills and job leads • Full-tuition scholarship opportunities for Alamo Colleges Demand Occupations Training Programs • Textbooks, supplies and uniforms required for Demand Occupations Training Programs • One-on-One career coaching, case management services, and counseling services • Assistance with utilities and rent • Connection to other community resources
Individuals and families and in the San Antonio/ Bexar County community who meet income criteria upon enrollment into the program. For more information, please contact the program.
(210) 207-5929
COVID-19 Notice

All in-person meetings and activities are suspended due to health and safety concerns. Personnel is working from home. No new clients are being accepted.

These services include customized, one-on-one training in assistive technology and mainstream applications, including those from Microsoft and Apple. Keyboarding classes are also offered. TETU uses typing tutorials accessible to blind and vision impaired users. By maintaining a “state of the art” technology unit equipped with the latest computer systems, adaptive hardware and software, and popular office programs the San Antonio Lighthouse is able to provide demonstrations, evaluations and training on the following: • Touch Typing • 10-Key • Large Print • Speech Recognition • Note Taking Devices • One-Handed Keyboards • Hardware & Terminology • Operating Systems • Screen Readers • Braille Displays • Scanning Software • CCTVs (All types) As new programs and technology evolve, they are added to our list. All services are tailored to the individual’s needs. For information, contact Vince Boyd at 210 531-1506.
Visually impaired or totally blind.
Regarding fees for services please contact Michael Guajardo.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:00pm
Michael Guajardo - Supevisor Send email
(210) 533-5195
COVID-19 Notice

All in-person meetings and activities are suspended due to health and safety concerns. Personnel is working from home. No new clients are being accepted.

In today’s job market, finding employment can be a time consuming and sometimes frustrating process. To compete you need to market yourself successfully. Looking for a job is an infrequent activity and most people are unprepared to meet these demands. The San Antonio Lighthouse offers job readiness training services to help individuals who are blind or vision impaired refine their job seeking skills with the following steps. • Completing applications • Preparing a resume • Writing cover and thank you letters • Searching for jobs • Identifying and avoiding common pitfalls encountered in a new job Job Coaching is available to assist individuals transitioning into the workforce. Supported employment services are offered for those individuals who need additional assistance in their job search.
Vince Boyd
(210) 531-1506
COVID-19 Notice

All in-person meetings and activities are suspended due to health and safety concerns. Personnel is working from home. No new clients are being accepted.

The program provides high school students with special needs ages 16 to 22 years with vocational training and soft skills needed for employment. Our goal is to help students become more marketable when faced with competitive employment opportunities after graduation from the school system. The program offers hands-on simulation of various career opportunities such as housekeeping, janitorial, laundry service, food service, material handling, assembly, retail, basic bicycle repair, basic floral design, and warehouse. The program also provides interpersonal skills training, time management, keyboarding, resume building, job interviewing skills, job seeking skills and use of adaptive aides.
Program Supervisor
(210) 531-1507
COVID-19 Notice

All in-person meetings and activities are suspended due to health and safety concerns. Personnel is working from home. No new clients are being accepted.

This four-week program helps high school students who are vision impaired prepare for future employment. The following are topics covered in this program: • Work Ethics • Time management • Social skills • Communication skills • Grooming/Hygiene • Interacting with co-workers and supervisors • Disability Awareness • Hands on training at volunteer worksites In addition, job-seeking training is conducted by San Antonio Lighthouse certified employment specialists and staff. Guest speakers present information on topics such as transportation, Social Security, college preparation and Independent Living Skills.
Vince Boyd
(210) 531-1506
COVID-19 Notice

All in-person meetings and activities are suspended due to health and safety concerns. Personnel is working from home. No new clients are being accepted.

While specific job skills may facilitate in obtaining a job, effective interpersonal skills and good employee traits offer long-term job success. Training for these specific areas is provided through seminars, group discussions, special presentations and role-playing. Topics include: • Time Management • Interpersonal Relationships • Problem Solving • Working with difficult people • Conflict Resolution • Ethics in the Work Place • Effective Communications • Assertiveness Training • Work Place Etiquette • Goal Setting • Dress for Success • Self Motivation Professional Counselors offer the support needed to overcome personal challenges. Bilingual counseling is available.
Vince Boyd - (210) 531-1506
COVID-19 Notice

Case management assistance is still available via phone. For help, call (210) 732-3776. (All in-person case management has been suspended.)

The Journey to Success program provides a dedicated case manager who leads workshops for job readiness. Workshops cover topics such as resume writing, interview skills, and how to complete employment applications.
Contact Franzcesca Guidrey-Jackson for more information.
Franzcesca Guidrey-Jackson Send email
(210) 732-3776
COVID-19 Notice

Resources are still available by appointment through apartment office. Group sessions or classes are canceled due to safety concerns.

Families and individuals living in CHR affordable housing communities have access to supportive social services such as: • Homework help and tutoring • After-school snacks and summer lunches • Adult education programs • ESL assistance • Financial literacy programs • Job readiness preparation • And more
Free for residents of Costa Almadena
Mon-Tue, 9:00am-6:00pm Wed, 10:00am-7:00pm Thu-Fri, 9:00am-6:00pm Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm Sun: Closed
(210) 531-9590
The Thread of Justice is an alternative model for social, environmental and economic justice that provides a clean and safe job environment, a living wage, nurtures leadership development and business opportunities for displaced garment workers and elderly women from the local area.
Merchandise from the San Antonio Cooperative and our sister organization in Chiapas are available in our Southside location.
Free
Mon-Fri,9:00am-3:00pm
Maria Montez - Vice President of Programs
COVID-19 Notice

Register online at https://actsofhope.org/ to receive a food bag and snacks for children, seniors, and those with special needs. Distribution hours are the first Wednesday of month from 10:00 am-12:00 pm.

Our educational resources are still available online.

Our jobs training program is designed to provide skills training to individuals looking to improve for a new job opportunity and a way to grow and increase their educational assets. Some of the training sessions are in: resume building, interviewing, customer service, construction certifications and computer literacy. We also work hand-in-hand with entrepreneurs—people who can’t find work but are interested and have what it takes to start a small business. It follows that this program is designed to: (1) empower San Antonians with a disability to be employed, and (2) connect recent college graduates and older adults, who have no disability but can't find work, with employers through work readiness partnerships and real job opportunities.
Sliding scale, some assistance may be available.
(210) 757-0691
Interview preparation and job resume skills class. Life insurance classes. Financial empowerment class.
No Requirments
Free
Varies. Call for information.
Alex Lara - Pastor Send email
COVID-19 Notice

We are continuing to provide diapers as often as once per week during April. Limited formula and baby food, but we will provide as we have available. Diaper Days distribution on Weds. 9:00am - 11:00am and 1:00pm-3:00pm. Protocols are in place for health: after sign-in, each participant will be screened, materials will be delivered curbside. By appointment is preferable.

Free material assistance for college students or clients in an active job search program.
Must be 18-24 years old and show proof of college or program enrollment.
None
Call for appointment.
Elena Castoreno - Executive Director Send email
(210) 447-7715
COVID-19 Notice

Resources are still available by appointment through apartment office. Group sessions or classes are canceled due to safety concerns.

Families and individuals living in CHR affordable housing communities have access to supportive social services such as: • Homework help and tutoring • After-school snacks and summer lunches • Adult education programs • ESL assistance • Financial literacy programs • Job readiness preparation • And more
Mon-Tue, 8:30am-5:30pm Wed, 10:00am-7:00pm Thu-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm Sat-Sun: Closed
(210) 399-2270
The San Antonio Clubhouse is a volunteer program for adults who have a history of mental illness. Here, you’re not a patient. You’re a unique and important member of our community. You have gifts and talents to share with the world. We will help you use those talents, and learn new skills, so you can reach your full potential. What you can get from SA Clubhouse: • A work-ordered day in which the talents and abilities of members are recognized and utilized within the Clubhouse • Opportunities to obtain paid employment in the local labor market through a Clubhouse-created Transitional Employment Program. In addition, members participate in Clubhouse-supported and independent programs • Access to crisis intervention services when needed • Assistance in securing and sustaining safe, decent and affordable housing How you can help our Community: • Participation in consensus-based decision making regarding all important matters relating to the running of the Clubhouse • Assisting other members with community-based educational resources, work and going back to school or getting their GED • Planning of evening/weekend social and recreational events • Learning new technologies to assist you and other members in your daily lives
Please go to the San Antonio Clubhouse website (https://saclubhouse.org/) to schedule a tour. While on tour, you will be able to discuss membership, resources and other opportunities at the San Antonio Clubhouse.
Free.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm
San Antonio Clubhouse Send email
(210) 798-1619
COVID-19 Notice

In response to the government’s request and COVID-19 we are temporarily discontinuing City Groups and Ministry Events. Check website for updates.

These are classes for personal development, growth, and abundant living.
No eligibility requirements
Free
Wednesday 7:00 Sometimes other days of the week depending on what is being offered
Christopher Williams - Outreach Pastor Send email
(210) 923-8969
COVID-19 Notice

Our center is closed to the public. Please contact your service coordinator or case manager prior to visiting any of our group homes. You can also call our main office with any questions at 210-656-6674.

RMI's Life Enrichment Day Program provides life skills training and social activities that help adults with developmental disabilities live and work successfully in the community. The Life Enrichment curriculum includes training on personal care and hygiene, communication skills, academic skills and job preparation. Parties, group projects and community outings provide opportunities for social, educational and cultural experiences.
This program is for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (IDD). It takes place in the Episcopal Church of Reconciliation.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm
Sussel Carreon - Community Services Director
Clients have access to computers with internet access to complete job applications, online classes, receive help with resume writing, and/or interview preparedness. We also offer, by appointment only, our Job Readiness Clothing program.
Please call or text 210-573-2847 for more information.
Amy Aguinagla - Vice President of Programs
(210) 385-6987