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America’s Job Centers of California (formerly known as Worksource Centers) help with a job search for free. There are many services including Internet access, resume preparation, and job listings. Call (888) 226-6300 to find the nearest center. - Search for local info near you below.
 

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The Next Step helps people with criminal records find jobs.- Click on the button for more info.

 

Thrift Stores have work clothes available at low or no cost. Some thrift stores may also have uniforms. - Search for local info near you below.
 

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Programs are available to help with reading and math skills. Most are free or low-cost. - Search for Education Programs near you below.
 

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General Education Development (GED) prep programs provide instruction to ensure readiness for the GED exam. Search for GED Prep Programs near you below.
 

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General Education Development (GED) test sites administer the GED test. Search for GED Test Sites near you below.
 

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Community Colleges are available for all individuals over 18. Job training and certifications are available. Search for Community Colleges near you below.
 

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Computer training is available through many organizations. Libraries are a good place to start learning to use a computer - Search for resources near you below.
 

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There are quite a few locations in the area that provide free internet access. - Search for resources near you below.
 

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There are organizations that provide tattoo removal. - Search for local info near you below.
 

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Find info about using buses and Metro at GO511.com. Call 5-1-1 to speak with a transportation planner. Help with bus tokens may be available. - Search for local info near you below.

 

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