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The only difference between success and failure is the ability to take


Get paid to attend our workshops online!


La Familia's Youth Workforce & Education Programs are geared towards helping young people get connected to meaningful work, impactful Job and Life Skills training, and learning experiences to help them progress past limiting barriers.   

Our programs provide bi-weekly compensation as clients complete various workshops, internships, and receive guidance and mentorship along the way. We cover everything from work readiness, job skills training, employment assistance, to educational guidance.  


To find out which program you qualify for, please fill out the Eligibility Survey when clicking the "I'm Interested" button.




Youth employment Program

Who Is HTW For?

  • Youth & Young Adults Ages: 14-21

  • At-Promise (Formerly At-Risk - No referral required) or On Probation (PO referral required)

  • Seeking Job Training, Work Experience, and Employment Opportunities

  • Living in these cities: 

    • Hayward​

    • Tri-Cities (Union City, Fremont, Newark)

    • Tri-Valley (Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, Sunol)


How much can I get paid? 

  • $25 Stipend for each workshop completed (5 workshops total)

  • $15 per hour for work internships (40 hours max)

  • Various Bonuses and Support Services available for each student 

Where are the workshops?

  • Virtually (on Zoom) or In-Person (by appointment)

  • On various school campuses



For general program information

 or potential partnerships, contact: 

Juan Carlos Carmona (510) 921-0177




Career Readiness Program

How much can I get paid? 

  • $15 per hour per work internship (up to 60 hours)

  • $25 per completion of a professional workshop 

  • Various Bonuses and Support Services available

Where are the workshops?

  • Virtually (on Zoom) or             In-Person (by appointment) 

  • Various School Campuses


For general program information

 or potential partnerships, contact: 

Jennifer Victorica (510) 935-6624

If you want to schedule an enrollment

or meet in-person, contact: 

Charmaine Ramos (510) 963-9328


Our Projects

our projects


Who Is WIOA For?


  • Ages: 16-24

  • Anyone not going to school (or enrolled in Adult School), in Foster Care, on Probation, Homeless, Couch-Surfing, on Cal-Learn/Works, Low-Income, Etc.

  • Need your High School Diploma or GED, professional training, interested in the military, looking for short-term certification, interested in college, or have employment needs

  • Live in these cities: 

    • Tri-Valley (Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, and Sunol)

    • Hayward (Eden Area)


If you want to schedule

an enrollment

or meet in-person, contact: 

Collin Young (510) 826-9266



Juan Carlos Carmona, Program Supervisor


Work Cell: 510-921-0177 

Fax: 844-965-9130







Tri-Cities Location:

New Haven Adult School Campus: 725 Whipple Rd. W-22. Union City, CA 94587 | Mon-Fri: Appointment Only | 510-826-9266

Tri-Valley Location:

3278 Constitution Dr. Building 16. Livermore, CA 94551 | Mon-Fri: Appointment Only | 925-961-8045

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