Employment

Access the City Employment (ACE) Program - ACE is a pathway to City and County of San Francisco employment for individuals with disability by enhancing awareness, eliminating barriers and building partnerships within the community.

California Department of Rehabilitation assists people with disabilities to obtain and retain employment. They do this by tailoring their services to each individual to ensure a greater chance of success.

CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration; it provides information and resources to move people with disabilities job search and career forward.

Deaf Counseling and Advocacy Referral Agency serves the Deaf, Deaf/Blind, Hard of Hearing, and Late Deafened persons seeking employment assistance. They teach skills involved in writing resumes, filling out job applications and successful Job interview techniques.

Goodwill offers job training, placement and supportive services, and rehabilitation programs.

Hire-Ability provides vocational services for people with mental health disabilities with an emphasis on servicing Asian & Pacific Islander Americans who need job training and job coaching.

Job Accommodation Network is a service provided by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy. It is a leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.

Jobsbucket is a boutique blog that delivers daily job openings to your inbox.  The website allows employers to post job vacancies for free so they can target diverse applicants.  It also includes a calendar for recruitment events and workshops.

JVS offers training; guidance and support that will help people look for work at their own pace, and get skills to work with their specialized training programs.

Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired has an Employment Immersion Program that covers resume writing, interviewing skills, and connects visually impaired jobseekers with successful blind professionals through formal and informal mentoring opportunities and employment workshops.

Positive Resource Center Employment Services Program provides vocational rehabilitation and job search services to people with HIV/AIDS or with Mental Health Disabilities.

San Francisco Public Library  provides electronic jobs and career resources. There are also various job classes and events hosted at the library.

State of California Employment Development Department provides a comprehensive range of employment and training services for people with disabilities in partnership with state and local agencies and organizations.

The Arc San Francisco helps with job placement, career certification, training and ongoing support for people with developmental disabilities.

Toolworks provides services for people with disabilities to prepare for and gain employment.

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development Workforce Development Division has a Disability Employment Initiative which provides workforce development services to individuals with disabilities.