WorkAbility III (WAIII) is an interagency project comprised of San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) and the State of California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). The program’s objective is to assist DOR clients in securing meaningful employment in the workforce while providing guidance to build a high level of confidence.  The overall goal is "Self-Sufficiency".

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How to Become a WorkAbility III Client

Contact the Department of Rehabilitation and inquire of the qualification process for the WAIII Program.  To locate an office nearest you please access the link below or the contact DOR at the numbers listed below.

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Services Provides to WorkAbility III Clients

Employment workshops are provided in a group or individual basis.  Workshops include but not limited to:

  • Development of Resume, Cover-Letter, and Follow-Up Letter
  • Effective Employment Search Techniques 
  • Interviewing Skills 
  • Virtual Employment Applications
  • Information on the American with Disabilities Act, SSI and other work related services.
  • Time Management
  • Stress and Unemployment 
  • Assist WorkAbility III participants in individual job search
  • Attain internship and volunteer site opportunities
  • Plan and coordinate program related activities including career/job fairs; accommodate employers on campus for employment recruitment. 
  • Refer and/or facilitate job interviews with employers for participants 
  • Maintain continued contact with clients and employer after placement to monitor success; provides follow-up service after placement as necessary

Services Provided to Employers

Advantage of Hiring Through WorkAbility III (WAIII)

If you are interested in hiring a WAIII client your organization can benefit from one of the following:

  • Pre-screened and Qualified Applicants, referred free of charge.
  • On-the-Job (OJT) Training Reimbursements.
  • Tax Credits — see the Work Opportunity Tax Credit Employer Guide on the Employment Development Department website for more information. You can also obtain tax credit information by contacting your Tax Advisor or Internal Revenue Service at 1-800-829-1040 or


For more information or to enroll in the WorkAbility III Program, contact us at (909) 384-4429 or visit the CalWORKs & Workforce Development Department located in the Campus Center Room #208.