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Occupational Training Institute

OTI-Transitional Subsidized Employment (TSE)

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The Occupational Training Institute (OTI) is a resource for employers seeking FREE hiring solutions. 

OTI offers this valuable service to both employers and eligible applicants through the OTI-Transitional Subsidized Employment (TSE) program in partnership with the County of Santa Clara.

How the Program Benefits Business

  • OTI subsidizes the prevailing minimum wage by reimbursement for 3 consecutive months if employer hires a client of the program.
  • Employers benefit from career-focused candidates who have the knowledge and abilities to match their company's job requirements.
  • Employers augment staffing, while increasing their recruitment pool of potential employees.
  • Employers are directly involved in the training of their future workforce.

How an Employer can Participate

  • Submit a job description of your open position to a TSE job developer.
  • Your job developer will refer matching candidates to you, including their resumes.
  • Once you have selected the best candidate and s/he accepts the position, notify your job developer who will then meet with you for completion of paperwork in order for your organization to be eligible for the subsidy. This includes a worksite agreement with us.

How Program Candidates Meet Your Needs

Program candidates possess a wide range of skills and job experience. They are career-focused individuals who will benefit from working in your business and learning how to meet your company’s long-term employment requirements.

Your company will benefit today by utilizing the workforce of tomorrow through the Transitional Subsidized Employment program brought to you by OTI and County of Santa Clara.

Call 408.864.5772 today to learn how to become a participating business and gain access to this program.



Occupational Training Institute
Building: Seminar
Contact: OTI Office
Phone: 408.864. 8869
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Last Updated: 5/28/14