A Pioneer Mission
"The start of the Day Worker Center of Mountain View is a history of pioneers with the vision and goal of finding a safe and dignified place for every day laborer looking for a job." Click here to read the article that Alianza Metropolitan News wrote about us.
MLK Day of Service with Shoreline West Association of Neighbors
Our friends from the Shoreline West Association of Neighbors (SWAN) mentioned us in their January 2019 newsletter. Join us at 10:00AM on Monday, January 21st at the Center to pick up trash around the neighborhood; all are welcome! Click here to view the newsletter.
Day Worker Center faces new challenge every day
“To get a glimpse of tenacity in action, just take a look inside the Mountain View Day Worker Center.”
Click here to view the article that the Mountain View Voice wrote about us!
Seniors Helping Seniors
‘Seniors Helping Seniors’ is a new program that the Mountain View Day Worker Center just launched. The project was made possible by a partnership with the Mountain View Kiwanis Club. Read the blog post on the “I Love Mountain View” website.
Day Worker Center: still here and ready to help
On a daily basis, a few dozen laborers -- many struggling to find a place to live -- come in and wait their turn for a chance to work. It could be landscaping work or helping a senior move furniture or hanging up Christmas lights at a local park. Read the Article in the Mountain View Voice.
Day Worker Center's role more crucial than ever
Started nearly 20 years ago, the Mountain View Day Worker Center has matured into a pillar of Mountain View and the surrounding area, providing a job hub, training facility and a one-stop resource center for people seeking help. On a regular basis, people come seeking legal advice, help with translating documents or even a ride to the DMV to take a driver's license test. Read the Article in the Mountain View Voice.
Day Worker Center's Marroquin named 'local hero'
Maria Marroquin, the executive director of the Day Worker Center of Mountain View at the reception honoring her as a Bay Area Local Hero for 2013 KQED Latino Heritage Month. Read the Article in the Mountain View Voice.
Neighbors embrace Day Worker Center
After a year of operation, the Day Worker Center of Mountain View gets extended operating hours, thanks to good relationships with our neighbors. Read the Article in the Mountain View Voice.
Day Worker Center adding classes to bring stability during hiring lull
June 9, 2011
Day Worker Center highlighted in recent Los Altos Town Crier article: Day Worker Center strives to stabilize hiring lulls: New skills, classes aim to bring more work
A Grand Opening for the Day Worker Center
November 26, 2010
Day workers and many friends celebrated the grand opening of the new permanent Day Worker Center on Thursday November 18. Read more about the glorious event:
Grand Opening Party for New Day Worker Center on Nov. 18 at 4:30pm
October 23, 2010
The dream of a having a permanent home for the Day Worker Center of Mountain View has become a reality at last and we hope you will join us at our Grand Opening Party on November 18th from 4:30-7:00pm.
We'll have food and drinks to celebrate and thank you, our friends, for your wonderful support that has helped make this happen. There will also be a fun ribbon-cutting ceremony with the participation of many local and regional dignitaries and key supporters.
Through the generosity and hard work of many people, the new Center is mortgage-free! As part of the food, fun, and festivities on November 18th we will have a silent auction with many wonderful goods and services. This will help furnish our new learning center.