Job Opportunities.

One of our main goals for the Café is to provide job opportunities in food service and hospitality, for people looking for their next step in life within a safe, welcoming environment.

Our work-study program is for those attending college, who need to work at the same time in order to stay in school.  Our work readiness program focuses on people who come in feeling beaten down by life, but willing to work while addressing personal development issues such as housing, finances, relationships, future goals, personal health and parenting issues, etc. within a safe, caring community setting. Café employees also learn how work as a team to host rentals and catering events of interest to the community at the Collegium.

At the Collegium Café, our goal is to help anyone who walks through our doors with a willingness to change. Our endeavor is to create a safe environment where people can work on becoming healthier, wiser, freer, and more able to take care of themselves as trusting relationships and a sense of community are nurtured. Through training in trauma informed care and servant leadership development we help individuals heal and learn to serve in preparation for learning to lead by serving others highest needs wherever God calls them.


Maribel and Travis

Come in, get some food and coffee and meet Maribel and Travis our newest work readiness participants!


Jose grew up in the Tierra Vida community. His family was one of the first to move into the apartments…

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Joined our program in August of 2017. This was her very first job. We saw so much growth in her…

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Genesis’ family fled Venezuela and came to the United Stated in search of a better life. Genesis was 14 when…

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Throughout my life, I have struggled with addiction, emotional issues, and bad relationships. It was not until 2015 that my…

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Ashley Duarte is moving to Seattle this weekend to begin college! She and her family were one of the first…

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Working at the Center for Sharing has been a blessing in so many ways and I am so fortunate that…

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When I first came to the Center for Sharing 3 years ago, I was at one of the lowest points…

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Growing up in Mexico, Carla was exposed to many hardships, ones that a child should never have to see or…

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My name is Cecilia Stetson. I am twenty-six years old, married, and live in California. Before getting married, I worked…

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