Job Training

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Our Program

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EV Charging

HopeWorks Station features Level II & Level III charging.

Trainee Stories

Read stories about a selection of our trainee graduates.

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We create pathways to self-sufficiency through social enterprises that provide hope, empowerment, education and job training.

HopeWorks operates Social Enterprises that are mission-driven, revenue-generating businesses that provide on-the-job training and support to people with diverse skills who are striving to overcome experiences and institutional failures that have left them out of the workforce.

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Kindred Kitchen logo, in white.

Kindred Kitchen provides trainees the opportunity to learn the technical skills of food preparation along with the soft skills of workplace success, such as problem solving and customer service.  By the end of the program participants have the skills and confidence they need to pursue stable employment.

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RENEW Home and Decor logo, in white.

Through RENEW Home & Decor, residents of transitional and affordable housing enter the RENEW Internship Program to develop a variety of skills which enable them to find an entry-level job in an industry with a career pathway.

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Ground Works Landscaping logo, in white.

Ground Works Landscaping was established in January 2011 as HopeWorks’ first social enterprise. Through employment and training, this business provides pathways to professional careers in the Landscaping and Irrigation Industry.

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Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center logo.

Tomorrow’s Hope opened in 1992 to provide parents access to affordable childcare and child development services. This program serves as a model for helping children to achieve on-target development and enter kindergarten academically and socially ready.

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