We, the JOBS3 Committee, have joined together to assist and support the parishioners of San Antonio de Padua, Santa Clara de Asis, and St. Martin de Porres and beyond, in order to ensure the financial and emotional vitality of our community. We are committed to providing free and confidential guidance, support, education and financial aid for any individual or family that has been impacted by these difficult economic times.
JOBS3 Phone Number: (714) 777-0414 also visit us on Facebook Linked In
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|Lisa Alonso||Recruiting/Human Resource Supportfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Billie Crawford||Client Counselor/ Events Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Susanne Frilot||Special Events Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Matt Hellwig||Client Counselor/Events Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Janice Reger||Client Counselor/ Events Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lonny Rodriguez||Networking/ Technical Supportemail@example.com|
|Becky Tamondong||Tri-Parish Liaison/ Catholic Charitiesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
JOB Websites JOB Postings now listed in the blog at the bottom of this page
North Orange County Community College District Employment Opportunities The North Orange County Community College District is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions. Qualified District employees are encouraged to apply. The following options are available to request a job description and District application for the position(s) of interest. You may E-Mail your request to: email@example.com; Visit our web site www.nocccd.edu to download the employment application; for Part-Time Academic positions apply online at http://www.cccregistry.org; telephone the District Office of Human Resources at (714) 808-4811 with your request; or mail your request to office of Human Resources: North Orange County Community College District, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, 9th Floor, Anaheim, CA 92801.
www.orangecountycareers.net: Our career community is dedicated to helping Orange County Professionals, like you, connect with local employers and find great career opportunities in the Orange County Area. We even provide email alerts to inform you as soon as new opportunities become available and offer the latest information and resources to help you land a great job and advance in your career. www.orangecountycareers.net.
www.anaheimjobs.com: Anaheim Workforce Center website. The Workforce Center, located at 50 South Anaheim Blvd. provides free employment and training services, career planning and advice to local job seekers. Call (714) 765-4350 and be sure to check the job listings regularly at www.anaheimjobs.com. This site is new and will continue to grow and list a wealth of job openings.
St. Jude Hospital: for job opportunities visit St. Jude Hospital website
St. Joseph's Hospital: for job opportunities visit St. Joseph Hospital website
Kaiser Hospital: for job opportunities visit Kaiser Hospital website
Children's Hospital of Orange County(CHOC)l: for job opportunities visit CHOC Hospital website
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Assistance for Unemployed Californians
Tap Into Your Secret Job Market Article http://customsites.yahoo.com/financiallyfit/finance/article-108973-4364-4-tap-into-your-secret-job-market?ywaad=ad0035
How Parents can talk to kids about money issues: http://blogs.wsj.com/juggle/
Click on the following sites for Job Fair information:
Back to Work Resources http://www.backtowork.com
The State of California has unveiled a website containing information for families and individuals struggling in this economy. www.weconnect.net provides links to a variety of resources -- from job fairs and employment-related advice to mortgage assistance programs that will help keep Californian's in their homes. California 's First Lady, Maria Shriver, is spearheading the effort.
The website is organized into three different areas. "Money" details programs like the Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Care Credit and alternative auto insurance carriers. " Opportunity " has employment related resources, including links to the Employment Development Department and a list of job fairs around the state. "Dreams" allows Californians to discuss their hopes for the future.
Careerbuilder Job Fairs. They should be cost free to the applicants, as Careerbuilder secures its funding from the employers who are taking part in the fair.
Career Fair Preparation Tips for Applicants
Resumes For free expert help with resume writing and cover letters contact Lisa Alonso
One-Stop Work Force Centers The County has four Work Force Centers, under a federal government employment program, that provide training and job placement. Their resources include use of equipment (computer, fax, copy machine, internet access, etc), how to conduct self-directed job searches; and on-site job counselors. Some of the Centers may have job postings and referrals. The Centers are open during regular business hours Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You may contact the centers at: Anaheim – 714—765-4350 Santa Ana – 714-565- 2600 Westminster - 714-241-4900 Irvine – 949-341-8000
Free Counseling. Arrangements have been made with Catholic Charities to provide confidential counseling services for parishioners dealing with unemployment-related issues. Please contact Ruben Barron for further information.
St. Vincent de Paul can help families cope with unemployment-related issues. Speak with a Vincentian today to determine how we can best support you and your family through this transitional period or contact Miriam Soikkeli at (714)970-7885 Ext. 222, firstname.lastname@example.org. Assistance is provided in a variety of ways including groceries, medication, utilities, rent, counseling referrals, and employment-related resources.
Wall Street Journal informative article
211 provides access to social services. In a physical emergency, people dial 911. For economic support, dial 211. The main reasons for 211 calls in Orange County for 2008 were: rent assistance, food, emergency shelter, utilities, medical care and counseling.
Free comprehensive medical and dental care is provided at the following local clinics.
Sierra Health Club
501 S. Brookhurst Fullerton
1215 E. Chapman Ave
Orange (714) 633-4600
HUD-Approved Housing Counseling Agencies include Anaheim Housing Authority at (714) 765-4310, 201 S. Anaheim Blvd. Check www.anaheimhousingcounselingagency.org.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Orange County are available at 695 Madison Way, Brea, 92821, (714), www.cccsoc.org
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