Room 767, Building 700
Telephone (510) 723-6985
Fax (510) 723-7026
Chabot College can help you maximize the State TANF (AFDC) time-limits!
CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) is the
state's welfare-to-work program established in 1996 as a response to federal
welfare reform. The program provides temporary financial assistance and
employment-focused services to families with minor children who have income and
assets below State limits for their family size. Within the statewide
community college system, CalWORKs is a state funded program designed to assist
individuals in obtaining the education and training necessary to successfully
compete in today's job market and to achieve economic stability.
Chabot CalWORKs is a program of services for TANF / AFDC recipients intended to help families receiving state aid achieve economic self sufficiency.
The program serves CalWORKs students by providing
educational and career opportunities that enable students to complete their
educational goals, find meaningful employment, and successfully transition into
the workforce. Our CalWORKs program supports economic self-sufficiency through the
attainment of higher education, as well as part-time work experience
Chabot College provides accelerated comprehensive workforce
solutions to Southern Alameda County residents and beyond.
Accelerated courses and programs allow for flexible scheduling and
are designed for new career seekers and working adults, in addition
to welfare recipients who are looking for practical education and training.
Examples of Degree & Certificate Programs leading
- Administrative Assistant
- Case Manager for Human Services
- Early Childhood Associate Teacher
- Human Resources Assistant
- Interior Design
- Medical Assistant
- Software Specialist
Chabot College CalWORKs training programs are pre-approved by Alameda County.