Mission Hiring Hall Inc. is a nonprofit organization serving moderate and low income job seekers in San Francisco. We offer counseling, training, and placement services. All services are free of charge. MHH provides vocational training in construction trades, construction project administration, security services, and hospitality job readiness training. We also help individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness find work through our homeless employment programs. Mission Hiring Hall works directly with San Francisco businesses to recruit and fill positions, including those businesses seeking compliance with development agreements and local ordinances, such as San Francisco’s First Source Hiring Program.
Mission Hiring Hall (MHH) was established in 1971 as part of the Mission Coalition of Organizations, a grass roots organization formed to address the social and economic conditions in the Mission district of San Francisco. MHH continues this legacy by providing residents with a full range of employment services, including job readiness training, job counseling, case management, job placement and support service referrals. In 1990, based on the success of providing employment services in the Mission community, and at the request of several neighborhood organizations from the South of Market area of San Francisco, MHH established the South of Market Employment Center (SOMEC). Today, MHH remains a staple service in these two economically impacted neighborhood corridors of San Francisco, 16th Street in the Mission district and 6th Street in the South of Market area. Through these two locations MHH also serves low-income residents from every district of San Francisco with the same vital, culturally sensitive employment services.
3080 16th.St (at Valencia St.)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415)626-1919 Fax:(415)626-1579
English Orientation: Monday 9:30am-10:30am
Spanish Orientation:Monday 1:30pm-2:30pm
South of Market Office
1048 Folsom St. (At Russ Between 6th & 7th)
San Francisco, CA 94103
English Orientation: Wednesday 9:30am-10:30am
MHH’s client base represent a broad range of demographics, as it maintains a commitment to welcoming low-income jobseekers with diverse cultural, skill and employment backgrounds. MHH remains dedicated to the ideal of strong economic development and healthy social environment through a keen job development strategy for low-income residents and by providing comprehensive workforce solutions for local businesses and organizations.