The Riverside Employment Services Education and Training (RESET) program was established in July 1995 as a full-time, one year temporary employment program designed for Riverside’s young adults.
The program includes positions in various departments including Community Development, Public Works, and Parks, Recreation and Community Services.
Overview: The RESET program is an employment program designed for Riverside residents, ages 18 to 23, at time of application. The program’s focus is to provide job training, educational resources, and a structured work environment for young adults. This program is designed to assist not only the young adults involved in the program, but also the business community by providing them with a well trained, reliable, and productive pool of applicants for entry level job opportunities.
The RESET program provides participants the opportunity to learn how to become more responsible, conscientious, and productive workers. In addition, the RESET program involves work activities and experiences designed to increase participants' character and self-esteem.
Who Can Participate?
The RESET program employs young adults ranging in age from 18 to 23
years at time of application. Participants must be residents of the City of Riverside
and must be willing to enroll and complete an approved educational course within the first 12 months of program participation.
How to Get Involved:
Click the City Jobs button above to submit an online application. RESET positions are listed under the “General Service Worker - RESET” classification. The Human Resources Department establishes and maintains a list of qualified candidates to enable departments to fill vacancies in a timely manner.