Operation MONEY is an employment program designed for out-of-school young adults between the ages of 17 - 24 to provide individualized attention and financial support to develop and jumpstart career plans. We focus on career planning, employability and occupational skills training, work experience and leadership development.
Participation in program activities is expected and necessary to be successful, but Operation MONEY is not a class that you attend every day like school. Instead, you will work one-on-one with an Employment Placement Specialist to develop career and personal goals, participate in employment and personal development workshops and attend special events designed to promote employment and education.
The Operation MONEY program provides:
- Career exploration and planning
- Work readiness and employability preparation
- Paid work experience and incentives - about $2,000 for each participant!
- Personalized assistance with employment application and interviewing strategies
- Interview/work clothing, safety equipment, bus passes or gas cards
- Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- Financial planning for college occupational training
- Leadership development - workshops, peer mentors, college visits, conferences
- GED, HiSET and high school diploma completion is available, if needed
- And much more!
The Operation MONEY team works closely with local businesses to provide practical, meaningful paid work experience…that often leads to permanent job offers!
Must be between 17-24 years old, out-of-school (with or without a high school diploma), have the right to work in the United States, and barriers to training and employment. Examples might be pregnant or parenting, youth with a disability or IEP, current or former foster youth, homeless, on probation, history of substance use/abuse, incarcerated parent, low income, and low reading/math levels.
Call or email us today to get your application started. Space is limited so don't wait!!
Funding for this program is provided by San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board (WDB). This WIOA Title-1 financially assisted program, the WDB, and CRYROP are Equal Opportunity Employers. For TTY, please call 711. is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Important Links and Resources
Nicole Drazin - Employment Placement Specialist
Office: (909) 793-3115 ext. 510
Cell: (909) 809-6208
Erika Sherman - Employment Placement Specialist
Office: (909) 793-3115 ext. 505
Cell: (909) 809-6232
Christopher Junker - Employment Placement Specialist
Office: (909) 793-3115 ext. 516
Cell: (909) 809-6207
Lynnae Pattison - Program Coordinator
Office: (909) 793-3115 ext. 400
Cell: (909) 809-6188