San Joaquin County WorkNet

Center Services

(209) 468-3584 (Lincoln Office/Stockton Office)
(209) 468-3568

None for core services. Contact a WorkNet center to learn about the eligibility requirements for individualized career services.


San Joaquin County Worknet Center Services provides job search assistance and the necessary tools needed to obtain employment. WorkNet services include Internet access, CalJOBS, job matching, labor market information, training and education information, career counseling, community resources, application and resume writing assistance and fax and telephone access for job search purposes. Staff members are on hand to assist customers with all of their job search needs.

Youth may qualify for additional services through WorkNet or one of several contracted youth service providers. To be eligible, youth must be between the ages of 16 and 21 years, economically disadvantaged and have barriers to employment. Services for eligible youth may include case management, assistance with completion of high school or GED, career guidance, labor market and career exploration, training, job placement, work experience, supportive services and follow-up services. You can also visit their website (select youth services) for additional information.

WorkNet Centers:
  • Stockton WorkNet Center, 56 South Lincoln Street, Stockton (209) 468-3660
  • Lodi CHD WorkNet Center, 631 East Oak Street, Lodi (209) 331-2081
  • Manteca WorkNet Center, at Manteca Adult School 2271 West Louise Avenue, Manteca (209) 239-3315
  • Tracy WorkNet Center, 543 West Grant Line, Tracy (209) 831-5002
  • San Joaquin Delta College WorkNet Center, 5151 Pacific Avenue, Stockton (209) 954-5151 ext. 6300. DeRicco Student Services Building, Second Floor

Workshops are not available at the San Joaquin Delta College site.

Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm except on Wednesday it closes at 2:30 pm
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Main Location
56 South Lincoln Street
Stockton, CA  95203
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