Elk Grove Job Center Programs

Please visit us:

Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-4:00 pm

Friday 8:30 am-noon

8401 Gerber Road, Sacramento, CA 95828


Basic Services

  •  Free typing tests
  • Access to job postings/hiring events

  • Access to copy, scan, and fax for job search

  • CalJOBs account creation assistance

  •  Computer use
  • Resume template program

  • Access to community resources

To use the Job Center Services listed below,

please have a CalJOBs account


Sacramento Works for Youth Program

  • Priority access to EGACE High School Diploma (HSD) or High School Equivalency (HSE) classes and incentives for high school completion

  • Offers career exploration and 150+ hours of paid work experience.

  • Help youth access community college and training resources.

  • Provides resume assistance and interview preparation.

  • Other Youth Services include: leadership skill development, mentoring for academic completion and goals, assistance with transportation cost, and incentives for program completion.

Refugee Support Services Program

  • Resume development

  • Job search and application assistance

  • Priority access to EGACE English as a Second Language classes

  • One-on-one case management

  • Connections to community resources

  • Foreign Credential translation services(if eligible)

  • Access to support services, such as Technology Assistance, Utility Assistance, Transportation Assistance, or Rental Assistance (if eligible)

Adult/Dislocated Worker Employment Services

Orientations held every Wednesday at 10 am to enroll in this program

  • Resume development with an Employment Training Specialist

  • Customized job search and application assistance

  • Career pathway development

  • One-on-one case management

  • Partial training scholarships (if eligible)

  • GED test vouchers (if eligible)

  • Priority access to EGACE classes, such as: HSE, HSD, and English as a Second Language (ESL)

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)

Safety-Net or Family Self Sufficiency

  • Access to a relevant support service, such as: food and transportation gift cards,  SMUD payment assistance, eviction avoidance (if funds are available), or hygiene kits after eligibility’s been determined
  • Assistance accessing  community resources
  • Job search and application assistance

Community Resources

                  Resources for:

  Income Assistance, Utility, Housing, Food, Healthcare, Disability, Employment and Income Assistance Programs, and other Community Resources

Employment Resources

  • Career Exploration
  • Job Search Websites
  • Public Sector Jobs
  • Apprenticeship Information

This WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program.

Requests for auxiliary aids, interpreting services, and other reasonable accommodations are available upon request.  Please contact the hosting agency noted on this flier no later than 5 days in advance.  CA relay services are available by dialing 711 and referencing 916-793-2319.