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Apprentice preparation class sponsored by Los Angeles United School District.
Service: * preparation of trainers so that they can meet the requirements of apprenticeship admission in various industries, includes sheet metal, plumbing, steam fittings, paint/drywall, electrical, sprinkler fittings, carpentry, air conditioning/refrigeration * information on the selection process of various union apprenticeship programs * math, reading and mechanical capabilities guidance and review.
* Focus on ethnic minorities and women, but open to all eligible applicants: * valid California driver\'s license * ability to provide your own traffic registration: the project has an open registration feature and runs within one year
Form a new course every 10 weeks.
Fee: $5 registration fee hours: 8 a Courses availablem. -1:15 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: * Africa-
United Center, 944 W. 53rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90037 ,(213)789-
5656 * East Los Angeles Skills Center, 3921 Selig Place, Los Angeles, CA 90031 ,(213)227-
0018 * Maxine Waters employment readiness center, 10925 S. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90059 ,(213)564-
1431 services of the advisory center: vocational and educational counselling;
Not a placement service: donate $5 per visit (
Unemployed people can give up);
$20 for Strong Interest Inventory testing (
Consultation included)Hours: 10 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. and Wed.
Address: 14, 2019 Street, Santa Monica YWCA
Santa Monica, CA 90405 Tel :(310)452-
3833 Brady jobnetservers are mainly low
Income individuals and families in and around East Los Angeles, but all are welcome. Services:* Two-
Working day preparing English * working seminar
Search Guide * resume help * interview practice * placement and tracking
Ups * referral to employers * work club fees: free to participants and employees: a. 8: 30m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 717 S. Brady Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90022 Tel :(213)722-
4495 the profit organization of the Braille Institute provides various services for legal blind people.
More than 200 independent life skills courses are offered.
Career Service: * study center for active job seekers.
Offers courses covering resume writing, interview skills and adaptive equipment * career development * job search and placement * On-
On-site work analysis before and after placement * adaptive equipment subsidy program * employer annual workshop * free consultation with employers on workplace visual impairment * School-to-
Work transition services for young people
20 years old including summer professional camping fee: 8: 30 per daym. to 5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 741 N. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90029 Tel :(213)663-
1111 business ownership service system entrepreneur training program provided by Santa Ana Collegeoff or soon-to-be laid-off workers. The 10-
Zhou plans to provide technical assistance, business ownership training, marketing guidance and assistance in the creation of business plans.
Qualifications: * lay-off or soon-to-be laid-
Out-of-work * high school graduates with reading skills
* Ideas for small business costs: free for qualified candidates: 8 hoursm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Telephone: (714)564-
5211 appointment and reservation.
The California Business Incubation Association advocates the development of new businesses in California.
Business incubator provides business services for small enterprises during the start-up period
Provide affordable space, shared support services, and business development services such as financing, marketing and management.
Services provided by CBIN: * Information Exchange Center * technical assistance in development and operation * seminars, conferences and seminars * speaker bureaucracy: free information package;
Membership fee: $100, $250 for non-profit and $500 for gratateaddress: 101 W.
480 Tel: Sheila Washington at (92101)619)237-0559; (800)427-4710 (California only)Facility-
Incubator in Southern California: * Border Environmental Business Alliance, 477 Marina Parkway, Chula Vista, CA 91910 ,(619)498-
Business Innovation Center, 4960 5 th Avenue, 852.
Suite 207, San Diego, CA 92101 ,(619)685-
2949 * Industrial and Commercial Service Center, 901 E. Santa Ana Blvd.
, Santa Ana, CA 92701-3920, (714)564-
5202 * business technology center, 3601 Empire Avenue.
, Burbank, CA 91505 ,(818)565-
5635 * CalStart, 3601 Empire Avenue.
, Burbank, CA 91505 ,(818)565-
5600 * CHARO Enterprise Innovation Center, 3951 E. Medford St.
Los Angeles, CA 90063 ,(213)269-
Annenberg incubator project, 0751 * EC square, 746 W. Adams Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90089-7727, (213)743-
2344 * business incubator for Inland Empire, 155
Memorial Avenue B Suites San Bernardino, CA 92408 ,(909)382-
Lancaster economic development company 0065 *, 104 E. Avenue K-
4, Suite A, Lancaster, California 93535 ,(805)945-
2741 * Pasadena Enterprise Center, 1015 NLake Ave.
Suite 100, Pasadena, CA 91104 ,(626)398-9974* RBTIC (
Business technology incubation center), 139 N. Balsam St.
Ritchie Christchurch, CA 93555 cm,619)384-
1118*1313 Avenue San Diego City College San Diego technology incubator.
San Diego, CA 92101 ,(619)230-2081* Vermont-
Slauson business center, 6109Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90044 ,(213)694-
0026 The young men and women of the California Conservation team will work on various environmental and community projects for one year and respond to emergencies such as forest fires, floods and earthquakes.
Learn work skills and accumulate work experience.
Residential and Non-residential locations are available.
Qualifications: between the ages of 18 and 23, a California resident, male and female without probation or parole :(800)952-
5627 California Veterans Affairs Committee: * Employment Assistance * work list * Computer Matching of applicant qualifications with employer needs * Education Resource Pool * Women\'s Shelter (
Veterans and non-veterans
In line with the conditions of veterans
Qualifications: must be the cost of veterans: free time: 9 hoursm. -4 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. ;
Appointment for consultation only, 9. m. -1 p. m. Address 8652Vermont Ave.
Tel: Contact Al Tatum, (90044)213)750-
9967 California registry of professional advisory services: Referral of services to Occupational and rehabilitation counselling institutions: free referral;
Variable fee for consultation address: 2555 E. Chapman Ave.
Tel: (Fullerton, CA 201, suite 92831)714)284-
8857 small business consulting and training California Small Business Development Center
Business owners and future entrepreneurs. Services:* In-depth, one-on-
1 Consultation * business planning and management assistance * marketing and technical assistance * business education and training * assistance in expanding international markets * economic and business data * access to federal, state and local project costs: free Consultation (
And confidential)
, But an appointment is required: * SBDC county, eastern Los Angeles, 375Main St.
Suite 101, Pomona, CA 91766 ,(909)629-
2247 * SBDC for Southern California exports, 222 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Suite 1690, El Segundo, CA 90245 ,(310)606-
0166 * exit SBDC El Monte/South El Monte Outreach Centre, 10501 Valley Avenue.
Suite 106, El Monte, CA 91731 ,(626)459-4111 (
Open on Tuesday only)
* SBDC, 4275 Executive Plaza, grand San Diego Chamber of Commerce, suite 920, La Jolla, CA 92037 ,(619)453-
9388 * Inland Empire SBDC, 1157 Spruce Street
, Riverside, CA 92507 ,(909)781-
2345 * SBDC, North Los Angeles County, 4717 Van Nuis Avenue.
Suite 201, Van Nuys, CA 91403 ,(818)907-
9922 * SBDC, Orange County, 901 E. Santa Ana Blvd.
, Santa Ana, California 92701 ,(714)647-
1172*900 center for small business development and international trade, Southwest College, aotai Lake Road. , Bldg.
1600, Chula Vista, CA 91910 ,(619)482-
6391 southwest Los Angeles * SBDC, 21221 West Street.
Suite 110, Torrance, CA 90501 ,(310)787-
6466 * West City SBDC, 3233 Donald Douglas Loop South, Suite C, Santa Monica, CA 90405 ,(310)398-
8883 * acceleration technology SBDC, 4199 Campus Drive, Suite 240, Irving, CA 92612 ,(714)509-
2990 * South Central SBDC, 3650 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Suite 246, Los Angeles, CA 90008 ,(213)290-
2832 * Glendale SBDC, 330 N. Brand Blvd.
, Glendale, CA 91203 ,(818)552-
3321 provide career referral services for people aged 50 and over.
Serving only Los Angeles County, connections have been established with 50 other institutions across the country.
Services: * information on job training * job list for employers and job seekers * job assistant job club: * 6180 Laurel Canyon Avenue.
165 suites North Hollywood, CA 91806*3700 Wilshire Avenue.
Suite 200, 10 a, CA 90010, Los Angeles. m. Fridays.
Make a call before your visit
Fee: Free for eligible applicants and employeesm. -3 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Los Angeles County only :(800)833-
6267 outside Los Angeles County *:(213)427-
6600 the career equity Centre provides non-traditional program education and apprenticeship preparation for women interested in apprenticeship careers in non-traditional fields.
The program provides an allowance for successful apprenticeship placements.
Requirements: * 18 years old or above * graduated from high school or equivalent (GED)
Fee: Free for 8 hours. m. -4 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: Los Angeles trade career Rights Center
College of Technology, 400 W.
Washington Avenue.
Tel: Tricia Johnson at (Los Angeles, CA 90015)213)744-
9492 career planning, non-profit organization, community-
Organization-basedstop services.
Service: * work Resource Center with reference to library and work list * skills and resume evaluation, consultation and teaching of work
Search skills by appointment * resignation services for employers, including
Live workshop *-the-
Vocational training for eligible applicants fees funded by the federal Vocational Training Partnership Act: free use of the vocational resource center, library and career list;
Skills and CV assessments and career counseling costs vary. Hours: 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address 1623
Ha hsianda Avenue.
Los Angeles, CA 90035 Tel :(310)273-
6633 work Training Partnership Act for designated service action centresfunded job-
Training and placement services for low-income peopleincome people.
Men and women of all nationalities can apply.
Service: * job training and placement * traffic requirements: * applicants are required to provide the following documents: 1,D.
Or driver\'s license;
Social Security, birth certificate, residence certificate or work permit;
Proof of income (
From public aid or employer);
Address Verification;
Registration of Selective Services (
Only men aged 18 to 28 are required)* Must meet low
Income requirements based on family size: Free to eligible applicants: 8m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 134 E. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 Tel :(213)253-
5959 list of current job vacancies in Los Angeles city (
Police and firefighters are not included)
, Updated once a week.
A \"challenging career\" brochure may be provided upon request. Hours: 7 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 700 E. Temple St.
Website: dept/PER/index, Room 100, Los Angeles. Telephone :(213)847-
9240 employment hotline :(213)847-9424. Call for 24-
Lists the hourly record messages for the current opening.
Los Angeles City-
Stop Staff Development Center-
Vocational centers assist eligible adults (
Factory shutdown, layoffs, long term
Long-term unemployment, etc. )
Job Search, training and employment are provided.
Projects for youth and the elderly, as well as services to the public. The centers (
Formerly known as the Integrated Employment Assistance Center)
Sponsored by the city of Los Angeles Private Industry Council and Community Development Department.
Services: * consultation and assessment on resume writing, interview skills, networking and economic survival * workshops * support services such as stress and financial management, transportation and children if qualified --
Nursing assistance * remedial skills training * job training and placement * retraining opportunities such as classrooms, on-the-
Work and custom training * work Resource Center, includes work list, telephone, fax, photocopier, computer and laser printer * work link computer network matching job opportunities for employers and job seekers * Chicana Service Action 1-
Stop the center, 134 E. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 ,(213)253-
5959 * satellite center for Chinatown services, 767Hill St.
Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90012 ,(213)253-
0880 Crenshaw and central South: * Watts Labor Community Action Committee 1-Stop, 10950 S. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90059 ,(213)563-
5639 * Joint auto workers-
Labor and Employment Training CommitteeStop, 3500 S. Figueroa St.
Unit 201, Los Angeles, CA 90007 ,(213)743-
3950 * community center LimitedStop, 7522 S. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90044 ,(310)538-
4259 * Los Angeles City Alliance, 3450 Mount Vernon Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90008 ,(213)299-
9660 * classroom training for the national association of persons of color, 4324 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016 ,(213)735-8211* St.
Classroom training at Francis Medical Center, 3630 E.
90262 Empire Highway, Lynwood, California (310)603-
1829 Wilshire, Hollywood and West Los Angeles: * community Career Development 1-Stop, 635 S.
Harvard, Los Angeles, CA 90005 ,(213)365-
9829 * Pacific Federation of Asian employment-
Stop, 1541 Wilshire Avenue.
Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90017 ,(213)353-
1677 * career planning Centre, 1623
Ha hsianda Avenue.
Los Angeles, CA 90035 ,(310)273-
6633 * quality business system classroom training at 3325 Wilshire Avenue.
Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90010 ,(213)365-
2320 * MCS rehabilitation satellite, 6381 Hollywood Avenue.
Suite 250, Los Angeles, CA 90028 ,(213)960-
1300 * career satellite (
For people aged 55 and over)
3700 Wilshire Avenue
Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90010 ,(800)833-
6267 East Los Angeles: * United Community Resource Agency One-Stop, 1400 S. Goodrich Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90040 ,(213)727-
0409 * Charo Community Development, 3951 E.
Medford, Los Angeles, CA 90063 (213)268-
1100 * positions in progress SER/ELA classroom training, 161 E. Pomona Blvd.
Suite 106, Los Angeles, CA 90022 ,(213)881-
0588 * classroom training for Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation, 401 N. Garfield Ave.
, Montebello, CA 90640 ,(213)890-
9600 Valley: * fannesone training academy-
Stop at 14515 Hamlin Street
, Van Nuys, CA 91411 ,(818)781-
2522 * Verdugo Career Centre: Glendale satellite, 228 NOrange St.
, Glendale, CA 91204 ,(818)409-
0477 * Verdugo Career Center: Burbank satellite, 2500 W.
Victory, Burbank, CA 91505 ,(818)972-
2695 * goodwill industrial satellite, 342 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, CA 90031 ,(213)223-
1211 * construction and repair of industrial satellites, 1323 Truman Street
San Fernando, CA 91340 ,(818)898-
0020 * Arbor classroom training, 106 N. Ave.
56, Highland Park, CA 90042 ,(213)259-
9778 * career satellite (
For workers aged 55 and over)
6180 Laurel Canyon Avenue
, Suite 165, North Hollywood, CA 91806 ,(800)833-
6267 harbor and South Bay: * city of Torrance, Carson/Lomita/Torrance TUI-
Stop, 1 Municipal Plaza, Suite 500, Carson, CA 90745 ,(310)518-
8100 * Torrance city and Wilmington Jaycees One-
1851 and 1891 N. Gaffey St.
, San Pedro, CA 90731 ,(310)514-
1773 * Labor Investment Network/South Bay PIC satellite, 8929 SSepulveda Blvd.
Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90045 ,(310)665-
0540 * Torrance one-
Stop, 2355 Crenshaw Avenue.
Suite 150, Torrance, CA 90501 ,(310)782-
Website: Department/picture-
Link fees for job sites across the country: free time: 8 hoursm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Telephone: 800-FOR-A-JOB (
For area codes 310, 213 and 818 only)
The Los Angeles city personnel department, the police and the Election Department of the city\'s Personnel Department are responsible for hiring police and firefighters.
Weekly testing of police officer positions: * Wilshire police station, 4861 Venice Avenue.
Los Angeles, CA 90016, Tuesday, 7m.
* North Hollywood Police Department, 11480 Crown Street
Los Angeles, CA 90601, Wednesday, 7m.
* Police Academy, 1880
Los Angeles College Avenue, CA 90012, Saturday, 8 in the morning. m.
People who are interested in being firefighters should call (213)847-
Put the firefighter notification card in
Special recruitment activity: Los Angeles police Career Fair, Police College.
Display of various special tasks of the Los Angeles Police Department, including helicopter air support, installation units, bomb squad, Beach Patrol, bicycle patrol, drug K-
Detective and reserve team.
For those interested in the Los Angeles Police Department\'s career, the written test will be conducted on a regular basis.
Location: Los Angeles Police Department, October. 26, 8 a. m. -3 p. m.
Fee: Free hours: 7 hoursm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. (
Telephone and walkingin)Address: 700 E. Temple St.
Website: dept/PER/index, Room 150, Los Angeles.
Police :(213)847-LAPD; Fire: (213)847-
The National Agency of the Ministry of Employment Development provides various services for job seekers and employers.
Services: * job matching, statewide computer network matching applicants and positions * jobs-
Search seminars * Experience Unlimited career clubs for professional, managerial and skilled workers seeking jobs * recommended to training or educational facilities and social services * unemployment and disability insurance: free phone calls: looking for the nearest EDD work services office, in \"California\" the following government list section at the beginning of the white page of the telephone directory.
Network of employment and resources (E. A. R. N. )
Ventura County-
Stop vocational center training for long-term adults
Long-term unemployment (
More than 14 weeks), laid-
Economically disadvantaged; older workers (
55 years and older);
Summer and one year
Youth Project.
After the training, also assist in the search for work.
Service to job seekers: * ability, basic skills and interest-
Inventory test * professional classroom training recommendation * Post Development * Post-
Preparation and work
Search workshops * basic reading and math skills * employment and retention services * Complete-
Service Employment Resource Center * support services, including childcare, transportation services for employers: * matching job seekers to employer needs * providing facilities to employers, includes fax machines, photocopiers, meeting rooms, resource pool * quick response team to assist employers facing factory closures * business development centers for ethnic minorities * human resources and personnel services (
Some paid servicesfor-service basis)
Fee: Free to eligible: * Oxnard One-Stop, 635 S.
Ventura Road, Oxnard, CA 93030 ,(805)382-
6500 * No. 1 Simi Valley-
Stop, 980 magic Road, Suite 105, West mi Valley, CA 93065 ,(805)579-1732Hours: 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Help California businesses train PanelA State by helping them find skilled workers to stay competitive, productive and profitable.
The ETP only contracts with employers, training institutions and the private industry Commission.
ETP does not provide training but funds for projects in the following areas: * Total quality management * Statistical process control * office automation * Production Technology * Computer-
Computer-aided design
Assist manufacturing * enterprise training to reimburse the employer for training expenses in consultation before training. Hours: 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: Charles lunderberg, employment training group, J. St, 1100
95814, 4 th Floor, Sacramento, California :(916)327-
5261 PlusA non-profit
Help job seekers with extensive professional, technical or administrative experience to provide employment services.
Services: * guidance on computer skills, CV preparation, interview and web technology * job list * Research Library * Cost of Free induction training 9. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 3450 Wilshire Avenue
Tel: Suite 510, CA, Los Angeles (90010)213)388-
2301 Goodwill Industry of Southern California charity helps people with employment barriers (
Social disadvantage)
Tap career potential.
Clients may also include those with limited work skills, little or no work history, no permanent residence, poor self-abilitySelf-esteem and self
History of trust, drug abuse or imprisonment.
Service: * job evaluation and job adjustment training * vocational skills training and placementthe-job training.
Skills training includes computers and paperwork, trucks and forklifts, cleaning and food services.
* Professional coaches * professional clubs * vocational assessment centers are disabled and-risk youth.
* Goodwill temporary service employment placement service, 235
Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012 ,(213)625-
7194 eligibility: applicants must meet certain requirements for certain Project Costs: free time: 8 hoursm. -4:30 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 342 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, CA 90031 Tel :(213)223-
1211 non-profit organization for Jewish professional services.
Service: * motivation, work-
Search, interview and resume workshop * Work Club support group for professionals * work list * Research Library * career testing and counseling * employment placement services for disabled * career conversion: provide career management services to companies and employees * career focus: 5-
Conference Seminar for people interested in exploring career change * Second Wind: seminar and support group for people aged 55 and over * free employment service in West Hollywood City * entertainment network group: fees for the entertainment industry or those seeking access to the entertainment industry: $45 registration fee for three monthsmonth period;
Tutoring for each section, $35-
$65 slide scale; six-
Conference career focus workshop, $150 hours: please call 8: 30 for more informationm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Thur. ; 8:30 a. m. -3:30 p. m. , Fri.
Location: * 6505 Wilshire Avenue.
Suite 303, Los Angeles, CA 90048 ,(213)655-
Vanowen St. 8910 * 22622
, Xishan, CA 91307 ,(818)587-3222 (closed Fridays)
ProgressA Vocational Training Partnership Act-
Employment and training institutions.
Services: * job training for clerical and general office occupations * job preparation, placement and consultation * ability and interest assessment * WordPerfect 6.
0 training * Computer-
Auxiliary teaching of basic English and Mathematics * support services, including transportation and children-
Care allowance *-the-job training (
Location of West Covina only)
Fee: Free for 8 hours. m. -3 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. (training hours); 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon-Fri. (office hours)
Location: * 5161 E. Pomona Blvd.
Suite 106, Los Angeles, CA 90022 ,(213)881-
0588*1323 West Covina Avenue, Suite E, West Covina, CA 91790 ,(818)960-
0806Job launches non-profit, privately funded organizations to help individuals and families in the South
Central Los Angeles achieves economic stability through work.
Services: * job preparation workshop * job placement including 90-day follow-
Free time: 8 hours. m. -4 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 3010 W48th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90043 Tel: Call (213)291-
2812 Los Angeles County hotline work Training Partnership Act service delivery area offers a wide range of employment and training programs and services for economically disadvantaged groups, including projects for adults, youth, elderly workers (55 or older)
And out-of-production workers (
People who have been laid off or planned to be laid off).
The Los Angeles County JTPA hotline directs qualified applicants to service providers in their area.
Type of training: * classroom training designed to provide work
Relevant and technical skills for specific jobs such as bank teller, accounting, paperwork and health
Nursing Profession * On-the-
Job training for employers * work experience in paying minimum wage for adults and youth in government or non-profit organization workplace: Free service address to eligible applicants: Los Angeles County Department of Community and Senior Services, 3175 W. 6th St.
CA Los Angeles 90020 hotline :(213)738-2598; (800)204-
Los Angeles National Park-Los Angeles
Stop vocational center training for long-term adults
Long-term unemployment (
More than 14 weeks)
Being dismissed and economically disadvantaged; older workers (
55 years and older); out-of-school youths (18-22 years old).
After the training, also assist in the search for work.
Service: * ability, basic skills and interests-
Inventory testing * vocational classroom training recommendation * job development * job preparation workshop * basic reading and math skills * job placement and retention service fees: Free to eligible applicants
Stop Career Center, 215 W. Pomona Blvd.
, Suite 300, Monterey Park, CA 91754 ,(213)887-
7122 * Mission College 1-
Stop Career Center, 13356 Eldridge Avenue.
CA 91342, Sylmar ,(818)837-2236* South-Central One-
Stop Career Center, 2930 W.
515 suites Imperial Highway, Inglewood, California (90303)213)779-2199Hours: 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. L. A.
Introduction to the study of county regional vocational programs-
Skilled skills in a variety of professional fields such as animal care, banking, nursing, food services, retail and electronics.
Provide projects in business, marketing, health, trade and industry, family economy and agriculture.
Services: * classroom teaching * paid and paid, onlinethe-
Job training * resume writing * Job Network Technology * vocational consultation qualification: applicants must be at least 16 years of age and the fee is free for high school students;
An adult is required to pay a registration fee of $20 and a material fee of $20 (minimum)Hours: 8 a. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. (office hours;
Courses offered during the day and night)Telephone: (562)922-6850L. A.
Gay Center is trying to support well-
Become Lesbian and Gay by providing basic services and sponsoring community activities.
Services: * employment and training services for job seekers and employers, including job posting. Call (213)993-
7480 * provide free legal advice to those in need. Call (213)993-
7670 fee: Free Address: 1625 NSchrader Blvd.
Los Angeles, Hollywood, CA
The Institute of Technology is a specialized institution that provides colleges-
Offer vocational courses in the fields of trade, technology and business and offer general education courses.
Provide transfer courses including general education requirements and transfer professional requirements
University institutions.
Service: * career/equity Centre * Continuing Education and Community Service Centre * Financial Assistance * Student Employment Centre * Advisory Centre * Transfer Center * Disabled Student Programs and Services * accounting * automotive machinery technology * Chemistry technology * computer information system * Electrical Construction Maintenance * ESL * Fashion Design * CNC * Registered Nursing * refrigeration/air conditioning machinery * Visual Communication (graphic arts)
* PACE program for evening and Saturday classes for full-time students
Working hours for adults: Persons aged 18 or over are eligible for admission;
If certain requirements are met, the conditions below May 18 are met.
Cost: $13 per unit per semester;
Available time for registration fee waiver assistance: 7 hoursm. -10 p. m. , Mon. -Thur. ; 7 a. m. -4 p. m. , Fri. and Sat. Address: 400 W.
Washington Avenue.
Los Angeles, CA 90015-4181 telephone :(213)744-
90. 58 the Los Angeles City Alliance seeks social and economic opportunities for African-Americans and other minorities through a variety of programs, including counselling, training, placement and community development.
Service: * Employment Service Department assist
Applicants who are professional, skilled or semi-skilled
Skilled, seeking employment or career change.
Provide services to applicants through consultation, seminars and employment banking.
* Ron Brown Information Technology Center offers courses in computer programming, computer operations and automated Office programs.
* Pomona Valley TEC professional vocational training in electronics, machinery
Tool technology, word processing, and data entry.
Project for displaced workers
* Milken Family Literacy and Youth Training Centre provides guidance on reading, writing, math and problem solving to help young people and their families develop skills for competitive employment. * Pasadena-
Vocational Counseling and employment are provided at the foothills.
* Car training center Ron Brown business development CenterCost: FreeHours: 8: 30. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Headquarters Address: California Los Angeles Mount Vernon Avenue 3450, 90008;
Call for website address in other locations: Mosaic.
Com: 80/cm/ul/phone :(213)299-
9660 Mexican-American opportunities Foundation Services: * job listings * Computer Training * working experience as a preschool teacher assistant * basic skills training in reading comprehension and Mathematics * School-to-
Preparing career plans for young people (
Whether at school or outside)
* Provide vocational training tailored to employer needs for the job market * childcare ,(213)890-
9616 * ESL citizenship and literacy course fee: Free Time: 8 hoursm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 401 N. Garfield Ave.
Montebello, CA 90640 Tel :(213)890-
9600 The National Certification Advisory Board the national certification organization recommends consumers to the nationally certified professional consultants.
Service: List of certified consultants for stateCost: referrer is free Address: 3 Terrace Road, D suite, Greensboro, NC 27403 hours: 5: 30m. -2 p. m. (California time), Mon. -Fri. Telephone: (910)547-0607; fax (910)547-0017 (
Ask for a list of national certified career advisors in your region)
Application for certification :(800)398-
5389 Orange County-
Stop vocational center training for long-term adults
Long-term unemployment (
More than 14 weeks)
Being dismissed and economically disadvantaged; older workers (
55 years and older); out-of-school youths (18-22 years old).
After the training, also assist in the search for work.
Service: * ability, basic skills and interests-
Inventory testing * vocational classroom training recommendation * job development * job preparation workshop * basic reading and math skills * job placement and retention service fees: Free to eligible applicantsAnaheim Blvd.
Suite 300, Anaheim, CA 92805 ,(714)254-
4350 * coast: 2627 Vista del Oro, Newport Beach, CA 92660 ,(714)718-
1200 * County: 1300
Grand, Building B, third floor, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714)567-
7542 * Garden Grove: 11277 Garden Grove Avenue.
Suite C, Garden Grove, CA 92840 ,(714)741-
5020 * La Habra: 1811 W. La Habra Blvd.
, La Habra, 90631, California ,(562)905-
7076: 23456 Madro, 150 suites, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 ,(714)707-
2172 * Santa Ana: 1000 E. Santa Ana Blvd.
Suite 200, Santa Ana, CA 92701 ,(714)565-
2600 hours: hours and days vary by location. PACE One-
Cessation of Labor Development Centre Services: * Employment Training Partnership Act program offer employment training for various low positions
Income residents of Los Angeles County;
Programs include voucher training and online trainingthe-
Work training * long-term dislocation
Long-term unemployment and laid-off
Unemployed persons program * County refugee employment placement program * youth employment program * consultation and reference costs: free for participants and employees: 8m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 1541 Wilshire Avenue
Tel: Suite 400, CA, Los Angeles (90017)213)353-
1677 the Pasadena Senior Employment service program for people aged 50 and over.
Services: * job search assistance and recommendation * workshop * assistance in identifying employment targets and targets * References * federal programthe-
Low vocational training and employmentand no-
Income earners aged 55 and over * motivation and stress-
Management Seminar * successful retirement expense Center: Apply for donations for employment services and pre-retirement
Retirement Time: 8: 30 a. m. m. -4:30 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 85 E. Holly St.
Tel: (91103)626)795-4331.
Call to make an appointment before your first visit.
Adults with mental illness provide mental health rehabilitation services, employment services and vocational training.
Service: * job training and placement * resume writing and interview skills training * job counseling, follow-up-
Pre-service and career
Employment training.
Venue: Club Mariposa, 269 S. Mariposa Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004 ,(213)381-
8400 * Community Connect clubhouse, 3881 S. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90062 ,(213)299-
7525 the employment training program of the private industry commission the Employment Training Partnership Act of 1982 provides federal funding for locally administered employment and training programs.
The private industry commission in 52 service areas in California plans employment training and employment programs to meet the needs of the local labor market.
Services: * education, career and on-the-jobthe-
Post training * Post-
Search Skills and placement * plan for displaced workers * plan for elderly workers (55 and older)
* Availability of youth training programs: applicants may be eligible for one or more reasons, including redundancy, long-term redundancy
Unemployment or income is below the level of poverty.
Employer Benefits: Pre-
Screening and training applicants, initial salary reimbursement (for on-the-job training)
· Tax credit fees: training and placement services are free for eligible applicants.
Services provided to employers are also free of charge.
Venue: * Verdugo Private Industry Council, 141Glendale Ave.
Suite 202, Glendale, CA 91206-4996, (818)548-
2053 * employment and training institutions in the city of San Bernardino, 599Arrowhead Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1201, (909)888-
7881 * committee on private industry in the foothills, 234Colorado Blvd.
Suite 205, Pasadena, CA 91101 ,(626)405-
Long Beach City (4219)PIC), 200 Pine Ave.
Suite 400, Long Beach, CA 90802 ,(562)570-
3811 * Employment Training Department, Anaheim city, 201Anaheim Blvd. , No.
1003, Anaheim, CA 92805 ,(714)254-
4342 * South Bay Consortium Employment Training and Development Department, 1 Manchester Avenue.
90301, fourth floor, Inglewood, California ,(310)412-
5558 * Riverside County Private Industry Council, Spruce Street, 1151
, Riverside, CA 92507 ,(909)275-
3100 * Ventura Labor Development Division county, 509Ventura Rd.
, Oxnard, CA 93030 ,(805)382-
5200 * Southeast consortium of Los Angeles, 10900 E. 183rd St.
, Cerritos, CA 350, suite 90701 ,(562)402-
9336 * department of employment and employment services, San Bernardino County, 851
Mount Vernon Avenue
Suite 22, Colton, CA 92324 ,(909)422-
0488 * Private Industry Council, Orange County, 1300
Large, Building B, Santa Ana, CA 92705 ,(714)567-
7370 * Carson/Lomita/Torrance private Industrial Council, Municipal Plaza 1
500, Carson, CA 90745 ,(310)518-
8100 * Los County Department of Community and Senior Services, 3175 W6th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90020 ,(213)738-
2611 * San Diego labor cooperation, 1551 4th Ave.
Suite 600, San Diego, CA 92101 ,(619)238-
1445 * JTPA management, 1000 E. Santa Ana Blvd.
California Santa Ana 200, 92701 room (714)565-2600 telephone :(800)FOR-A-JOB (
For area codes 310, 213 and 818 only)
Santa Monica employment assistance program: * Santa Monica youth employment provides subsidized employment training and work experience for disadvantaged youth aged 14 to 21. (310)829-
5451 * Santa Monica High School regional career program provides work for high school students and adults-
Skills Training, placement and career assessment. (310)395-
3204 * Santa Monica Board of Education offers work-able programs for high school students with special needs. (310)450-
8338 * the Virginia Avenue Park Employment Program provides employment seminars and employment counseling for youth and adults. (310)458-
8688 * cocoons Santa Monica help homeless or lowincome people (
In Santa Monica only)
Prepare for a job. (310)392-
4117 of the cost: the free service retirement executive service team is a non-profit organization sponsored by the US government. S.
Small Business Administration
Volunteers share their business experience with those who plan to enter the business area and those who already need advice in the business area.
Services: * consultation in areas such as business planning, advertising, accounting, inventory control, cash and credit management, marketing, finance and licensing requirements * several full-
Day workshop on topics such as starting and running new business, getting financing and advertising for your business * monthly workshop on various topics * monthly workshop calendar mailed as required: 1-on-
Provide a consultation free of charge;
Nominal feesCall workshops and workshops at the Southern California Advisory Center location: * Los Angeles County :(818)552-
3206 * San benadino and Riverside County :(714)550-
7369 * San Diego and Imperial County :(619)557-
7272 the second CareersA non-profit program at the Los Angeles Volunteer Center, mainly for people aged 40 and older.
Services: * permanent and temporary job placement (
Mainly office.
Related opportunities, including paperwork, secretarial, word processing, customer service, telemarketing, accounting, etc)
* Resource Center, including computer tutorial for library, fax, telephone, job posting * software * retirement-
Planning Consultation for Enterprises: free for job seekers;
Moderate costs for employees: 8. m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 3530 Wilshire Avenue
Tel: Suite 1350, CA, Los Angeles (90010)213)380-
3166 Southern California center non-profit organization serving American Indian communities in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties.
As a Vocational Training Partnership Act agency, it provides employment assistance and vocational training to American Indians, Alaska Natives and Hawaiian natives who are unemployed, underemployed or financially difficult.
Service: * annual job fair * Pre-
Job training * resume and job application preparation * job search skills * job list and recommendation * classroom vocational training * On-the-
Work training * parents\' education workshop fee: Free Time: 8 hoursm. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Location: Garden Grove, business, Los Angeles and Riverside;
Tel: * satellite location in Los Angeles County :(213)387-
5772 * Orange County :(714)663-
1102 * Binjiang :(909)682-
8684 focus on unemployed residents in Los Angeles County, an opportunity for job training and placement in the entertainment industry and companies that support the industry.
The service is specialized in clerical, secretarial and administrative occupations.
Service: * job hunting skills and direct placementthe-
Post training * self
Paced skills lab fee for computer skills improvement: free for employers and job seekers: 8m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Telephone :(213)368-
Information Package 1468.
The TTI Vocational Training Centre national organization is committed to meeting the needs of unemployed workers and economically disadvantaged groups. Services:* Re-
Employment Workshop * inspirational lectures * career coaching * career assessment * money-
Management course * Computer-Based Learning Laboratory * employment * resume preparation * Transfer to classroom training fee: no charge to qualified applicants: 8m. -6 p. m. , Mon. -Fri.
Address: 14515, 91401, Van Nuys Hamlin, CA :(818)781-2522UAW-
Labor employment training company
A private non-profit company that provides human resources services to employers, employees and others.
Services: * job search and placement * classroom training in basic skills and office automation/word processing * On-the-
Job training * human resources management, development and support * custom training fees: Free to eligible employers, employees and other applicants: 8m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Fri. Address: 790 E. Willow St.
, Long Beach, California 90806 (
Company Office)
Telephone number of 12 field offices in Southern California :(213)562-
6100UCI expand the Career Development Center of the women\'s Opportunity Center.
Open to men and women in the community. Services:* One-on-
A career coaching * workshop * resume coaching * weekly work-
Search Support Group * career for Orange County executive management-
Education Resource Library * job list * discount for specific UCI extended courses * career and vocational ability test * job search internet access fee: $60 year membership fee;
Additional costs for workshop and occupational/occupational competency testing. Hours: 9 a. m. -7 p. m. , Mon. -Thur. ; 9 a. m. -4 p. m. , Fri. ; 9 a. m. -noon, Sat.
Address: The center is located at the UCI Extension Center at the University of California, Irvine.
URL: edu /~ Unex/wocTelephone :(714)824-
The University of California, Los Angeles, 7128 extended the University of California, Los Angeles, to provide more than 80 certification programs to help job seekers become more market-oriented.
Topics include: * Business and Management * Computer and Information Systems * entertainment research * Graphic Design * hotel and food services * interior and Environmental Design * International Business * news, public relations and funds-
Promotion * landscape architecture * legal interpretation and translation * Personal Financial Planning * screenwriter * Art * Education * fitness * outdoor entertainment * humorous new products in emerging technologies: * Customers-
Server network and objects
Programming-oriented * computer graphics with emphasis on interactive, multimedia design * entertainment research courses in multimedia and digital technology * programming costs for interactive media writing * online courses * writers: variable 10995 lecomont Avenue.
CA 900 24, Los Angeles, tel :(800)554-UCLA (
Directory request); (310)825-9971 or (818)784-7006 (
Registration)
Venice/Oakwood jobs Project: * employment Bank in Santa Monica/Venice-
Based on employment services, provide employers with resume writing and job hunting skills workshops, skills training opportunities, monthly announcements listing the work of local workers. (310)822-8687* St.
Training program at Joseph center restaurant.
Regular courses in food services and certification and employment assistance. (310)450-
9095 * Venice Community Housing
Develop affordable housing and for-risk youth.
318 Lincoln Avenue
Suite 225, Venice, CA 90291 (310)399-
4100 * work available at Venice Skills Centre-
Training and work
Resettlement Assistance.
Contact Cynthia Moore (310)392-4153, Ext. 108.
Fees range from free to $35 plus a nominal material fee.
Cost: free, unless the notedVerdugo work and Evaluation Center is a federal-funded organization that primarily serves workers fired by aerospace and defense contractors or subcontractors (
Regardless of residence).
Also for people living in other industries in Burbank Glendale, Los Angeles, Canada
Los Angeles or Los Angeles.
Service: * job posting * career assessment * retraining assistance * job search consultation * computer access statewide job list * resume and letter of professional preparation * newsletter with customer advertising * anxiety stress management and consultation, anger, frustration and other unemployment issues with clients and their families * general job assistant: Free to eligible clients: 8m. -5 p. m. , Mon. -Thur. Address: 2600 WVictory Blvd.
CA 91505 Burbank second floor phone :(818)972-
2695 women at WorkNonprofit focused on women\'s professional issues, but men were welcome. Service: * drop-
In the resource room, there is a library and work list * consultation, testing and resume writing * special funding for single parents, displaced housewives, Latin professionals with limited English and laid-off
Evening classes after 50 on career planning, resume writing, interview skills, networking and job search * information dissemination and consultation on women\'s non-traditional job opportunities (trade and tech)Costs: Drop-
In the resource room, $2 is recommended;
Coaching and resume writing, $55;
$110 in career tests, including counselling;
Workshops in the evening range from free to $10 for 20 hours. m. -4 p. m. , Mon. , Tue. and Thur. ; 10 a. m. -7 p. m. , Wed. Address: 50 N. Hill Ave.
Suite 300, Pasadena, CA 91106 Tel :(626)796-
6870 Women Help Women\'s Services non-sectarian community services sponsored by the Los Angeles National Council for Jewish women. Services:* Job-
Hunting Support Group * line (
Telephone consultation service and training to become a volunteer counselor)
* Community recommendation for networking and education * job posting * Low-
Fee counseling for job seekers: low fees based on sliding scale and personal income;
Call line, call time: 10a. m. -1 p. m. , Mon. -Thur. and 6-8 p. m. , Tues. and Wed. ; 24-
Hour voicemail: NCJW/LA Women\'s Center, 543Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036 Tel :(213)655-
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