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Anders & Anders is a 501(c) (3) foundation, established in 2006, whose mission is to break the cycle of recidivism through job training programs and through job preparedness placement opportunities. Its founder and Director, Terry Anders, is a former union iron worker. Mr. Anders’ passion is helping others overcome multiple life barriers in their pursuit of full employment. We provide a social network, upon release from incarceration, to former prison inmates by maintaining successful and proven partnerships with city government, local workforce development programs, community based organizations, and labor unions. These collaborations include Northern California Service League, Cornell Corrections, Walden House, FOTEP (Female Offender Employment Program) Public Defenders Office/SF Youth Guidance Center, Safe Community Re-Entry Council, and Sheriff's Dept/Nova program. We focus on job recruitment in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood, as well as in other vital San Francisco neighborhoods such as Chinatown, the Western Addition, Bayview/Hunter’s Point and Ingleside.
an intensive pre-apprenticeship program that prepares motivated men and women
for rewarding careers in the construction trades.
• Includes 12-weeks of classroom and hands-on training; Mon. thru Fri. 8:00am-4:00 PM.
• Prepares students for various skilled trades within the construction industry
(one of the fastest growing industries in San Francisco).
• Enrolls all trainees as official students of City College of San Francisco, Evans Campus.
Northern California Carpenters Regional Council, Transportation Authority,
Iron Workers Union,
City College of San Francisco ,
City departments, Unions,
Community based organizations (CBO’s),
and Building Contractors.