The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) was established in 1979 to improve the economic quality of life through sustainable and thriving neighborhoods. Toward this end, MCCDC promotes full employment, builds skills, and promotes economic self-sufficiency.

Current Programs

Construction Training Program In association with the Laborers’ Community Service & Training Foundation, MCCDC will provide beginning in mid-2015 an on-site pre-apprenticeship training leading to an opportunity for successful participants to receive direct entry into the apprenticeship programs of the trade unions. If you are interested in learning more about this program, Contact Andrew Abou Jaoude, Program Manager

Workforce Intermediary Services – Are you a Bay Area business that has transitional hiring needs such as: on-call, short-term or long-term temporary needs? We can be your alternative staffing solution.

For more information on our Workforce Intermediary Services, click here.

Business Services – MCCDC also offers additional services to the Bay Area Business Community who are seeking candidates for regular employees. We have a wide variety of solutions to meet your needs. Click below to find out more.

If you are a Bay Area business, click here.

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Workforce Services – Our other main customer at MCCDC is our jobseekers. We offer a wide variety of supports to help you get back to work, and we can help!

If you are a jobseeker, click here.

Asset Development Services – We can help you learn about saving money, enroll in workshops, get guidance in starting a small business. We can also help you save–$2 earned for every dollar saved, to buy your first home, go back to school, or start that business.

For more information on our Asset Development Services, click here.

Skills Upgrade Training – MCCDC has a well established track record of providing training that leads to economic stability, including: credentialed and industry recognized occupational skills training, small business consultation services, and financial literacy training.

For more information on our Skills Upgrade Training, click here.

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News & Events

MCCDC receives Accreditation from CARF for its Employment and Community Services

CARF accreditation (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) signals MCCDC’s commitment to continually improving services, encouraging feedback, and serving the community. CARF accreditation is evidence that MCCDC strives to improve efficiency, fiscal health, and service delivery -- creating a foundation for consumer satisfaction.

MCCDC Construction Training Graduates

In 2014, MCCDC conducted a highly successful program with the Laborers union. All of the participants (9) successfully completed the program, are members of Local 261, and all are gainfully employed. MCCDC has initiated a similar program with the Electrician’s union.


Pictured above from left to right:
Vallejo resident Glen Goldsby, San Rafael resident JR Henderson, and Marin City resident Rick Bonner

An excerpt from the Marin Clean Energy Newsletter showsMCCDCs work in Green Collar Jobs]: July marked the start of construction of nearly one megawatt of solar at the San Rafael Airport being built for Marin Clean Energy customers. Today, the project is almost complete. Some 4,000 solar panels are being installed on 49 existing airplane hangars by Muir Beach-based Synapse Electric with the help of local labor provided by the Marin City Community Development Corporation, creating about 25 new jobs over a 3 month period.

The solar panels at the San Rafael Airport will provide enough energy to power 280 homes for an entire year and up to 1,200 homes during peak energy production. The clean energy will reduce approximately 750 tons of greenhouse gas emissions each year. That's the equivalent of removing 133 cars from the road each year. We're committed to pursuing more local clean energy projects on behalf of our customers and this is only the beginning. Our next Marin-based project will be even bigger than the airport project - construction on a 1 megawatt solar-covered parking structure in scheduled to launch in March 2013.

Rick Bonner

Pictured above:

Marin City Resident Rick Bonner