Sacramento Works

Sacramento Works

Sacramento Works is the answer to creating a better workforce by helping employers recruit new employees, develop current employees’ workforce skills, and improve businesses in the process—and all of Sacramento Works’ services are free!

Finding the Right Job

Through its network of Job Centers Sacramento Works helps individuals find rewarding employment opportunities by providing the necessary tools and training to find the best fitting job.

Help for Employers

Employers looking to hire new employees or searching for ways to train an existing workforce can utilize Sacramento Works. See what other employers have to say.

Youth Services

Youth Services are delivered collaboratively in the Sacramento Works Job Center system. Staff at each Job Center help youth access employment and training resources. Find out more.

Sacramento Works provides resources and services to employers and job seekers in Sacramento County.

Planning, policy, and oversight for the system is the responsibility of Sacramento Works, Inc., the Workforce Development Board, a 27-member volunteer board of directors.

Related Workforce Initiatives Funded and Supported by SETA

  • Build.

    Helping those that don’t already have skills in the construction industry get trained and ready to hire.


  • CareerGPS

    Provides individuals and organizations with one central location to find current, detailed information about which jobs are in high demand in the Sacramento Region, how much they pay, what type of education or training is recommended, and where you can go to get it. 


  • Hospitality to Health
    Hospitality to Health

    Connecting jobseekers with hospitality jobs at Senior Living communities and Skilled Nursing Facilities.


  • Steps

    Paid work experience for students. with internships for up to 167 hours of work, and students with intellectual, physical, developmental, or mental disabilities can receive 40 hours of training to prepare.


  • Talent

    The Talent program works with businesses to create effective employee recruitment and retention plans, help employees enhance their technical and interpersonal skills, and provides the tools needed for success.


  • Veterans Employment-Related Assistance Program
    Veterans Employment-Related Assistance Program

    SETA collaborates with a network of employers and educational partners to develop career pathways designed to help veterans prepare for jobs in the manufacturing or healthcare industry.