MISSION: UCP WORK, Inc. is dedicated to providing services to residents of the Tri-Counties with developmental disabilities, so that they may work and live as contributing citizens within the community of their choice.

Follow along with us on Facebook and Instagram!

I Love My Job and I’m Making a Difference
Meghan Donovan

New UCP WORK, Inc. Mentor Alliance: A Community-Based Initiative

By Rae van Seenus on Oct 09, 2020 at 05:45 PM in UCP WORK, Inc. Blog

Increasing Access and Opportunity for Santa Barbara County Job Seekers

UCP WORK, Inc. Mentor Alliance: A Community-Based Initiative

Join the UCP WORK Inc. Mentor Alliance, a community-based initiative to match business owners, experts, and artists with active job seekers, based on their career goals.  Become a valuable mentor to an individual receiving job development services through UCP WORK Inc.  Build rewarding connections, and empower a person with disabilities, by sharing vital knowledge and experience of your industry or line of work.  

a person sitting at a desk near a computer wearing headphones and looking at the camera.

A monthly commitment in the UCP WORK, Inc. Mentor Alliance will help encourage people with disabilities to build career goals, job skills, and ultimately find equal long-term employment.

a person wearing a white construction hat and navy tshirt and holding a clipboard and pen in a warehouse.


Learn more about UCP WORK, Inc. Employment Services for the Santa Barbara and Santa Maria disability community

Follow along with us at http://www.instagram.com/ucpworkinc_jobs 

a person sitting at a desk looking at a computer and typing on the keyboard.

For more information or questions about the UCP WORK, Inc. Mentor Alliance and/or to sign-up, please contact Jake Lowry, Job Developer at jlowry@ucpworkinc.org