Virtual AJCC Resource Room

Job Search Tools

Job Search Tools

Job seekers can find different resources in LA County AJCCs, and many of them are available here.  The virtual offerings include access to job openings, skills assessments, and labor market information.

Latest Job Openings *NEW*

California recently launched OnwardCA, a one stop resource for people impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Last updated on: 03/31/2020

 

CalJOBS

The CalJOBS is a virtual job center that gives you online access to thousands openings and tools to help you manage your career.

Labor Market Information

Explore a new career, compare occupational profiles, or find out what jobs are the most in demand in your local area by leveraging the Labor Marketing Information provided by the EDD.

California Career Zone*

The California Career Zone site is a tool , that helps job seekers explore, plan, and prepare for a career they will love.

Additional Skills Enhancement Tools:*

*Please note that these sites are not officially associated with or endorsed by the County of Los Angeles and are suggestions of useful resources.

Business Support Tools

Business Support Tools

LA County AJCCs are here to help your business thrive in our rapidly changing economy.  Whether you are a small business owner or an established company, here are some comprehensive guides and tools to help you with support services offered to you by the County.

LA County Business Solutions Portfolio

We have designed a comprehensive guide to all the resources available to help you start, manage, and grow your business.  Inside this portfolio you will find descriptions of business support programs and services, website links to additional information, and contact information to get you to the right place.  Download your free copy here.

LA County Economic Development Corp.

LAEDC’s Business Assistance team offers confidential, free-of-charge consulting to large and small, domestic and international businesses across all industry sectors.  We help businesses and key industries overcome challenges so they can grow and hire, including layoff aversion programs.

Rapid Response Program

Employers planning a closure or major layoffs can get help through the Rapid Response program. Rapid Response teams will meet with you to discuss your needs, help avert future layoffs, and provide immediate on-site services to assist workers facing job losses, including information about unemployment benefits, Trade Adjustment Assistance Act benefits, COBRA benefits, and re-employment services available through the America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) system.

Additional Resources:*

    Community Resources

    Community Resources

    Our AJCCs can connect you with several resources to help you get on your feet before getting on your path to employment.  Whatever you need, the AJCC will assist you with your search (even if it’s not for a job – yet!).
    Name of ResourceDescriptionResource Link
    Business Resource GuideCOVID-19 FAQs for EmployersClick here to access the employer resource guide in English. Click here for Spanish.
    Employee Resource Guide COVID-19 FAQs for Employees Click here to access the employee resource guide in English. Click here for Spanish.
    Homeless Engagement and Response TeamHEART staff are dedicated to operating the Los Angeles County Homeless Court Citation Clinic. The Clinic assists adults who are experiencing homelessness, or veterans in need of services to resolve eligible traffic tickets and pedestrian citations through community obligation hours instead of fines and fees.https://communityjusticeinitiative.wordpress.com/heart/
    LA Conservation CorpsLA Conservation Corps is a social enterprise with multiple locations across Los Angeles. Their mission is to provide at -risk young adults and school -aged youth with opportunities for success through job skills training, education and work experience with an emphasis on conservation and service projects that benefit the community.https://www.lacorps.org/
    LA DOT - The Community Assistance Parking ProgramThe Community Assistance Parking Program (CAPP) is a City approved pilot program, which allows homeless individuals the option to perform community or support service in lieu of paying for a parking citation.https://ladot.lacity.org/what-we-do/parking
    Los Angeles MissionLos Angeles Mission Is Among The Nation's Largest Service Providers To The Homeless.https://give.losangelesmission.org
    LAHSAThe Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is the region's primary organization in the fight against homelessness.https://www.lahsa.org/
    Los Angeles Regional Food BankSince 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has worked to mobilize resources in the community to alleviate hunger.https://www.lafoodbank.org/

    Click here for more information on the next Mobile Food Pantry event.
    North Hollywood Interfaith Food PantryThe North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry is a viable demonstration to the Valley and to our City illustrating that people of religious diversity can, and, do come together on the common ground of serving those needing assistance.https://nhifp.org/
    Social Security Administration - Representative Payee ProgramThe Rep Payee program is a free service that helps you budget your social security administration (SSA) benefitshttps://www.ssa.gov/payee/
    Union Rescue MissionHelping men, women, and children escape the streets of Skid Row through food, shelter, education, counseling, and long-term recovery programs.https://urm.org
    United WayUnited Way of America, based in Alexandria, Virginia, is a nonprofit organization that works with almost 1,200 local United Way offices throughout the country in a coalition of charitable organizations to pool efforts in fundraising and support.https://www.unitedwayla.org
    Workforce Program and Partners

    Workforce Program and Partners

    The LA County AJCC system has specialized programs to provide individuals from all backgrounds a chance at any opportunity.  Additionally, our partners include organizations from every walk of life, and include other County departments, state and federal agencies, community-based organizations, and educational institutions.  Click on each link below to expand for a list of partners and services provided in that area.
    PROGRAM NAMEDESCRIPTION

    Alternative Staffing Organizations
    Alternative Staffing Organizations provide temporary and permanent employment opportunities to assist those impacted by homelessness.

    INVEST
    INVEST is a collaborative 5 year partnership between WDACS, LA County Probation and the LA County Office of Diversion and Reentry (ODR) that seeks to provide employment opportunities and barrier mitigation services to LA County Adult Probationers.

    LA:RISE
    LA:RISE is an innovative and collaborative partnership that unites the Workforce Development System with employment Social Enterprises (SEs) to assist those impacted by homelessness into the workforce via transitional jobs.

    Senior Community Service Employment Program
    The Title V - SCSEP Program provides subsidized part-time work-based training opportunities with community service organizations for low-income, unemployed older persons (age 55 or older).

    Rapid Response
    The Rapid Response Program is a proactive, business-focused, and flexible program designed to respond to layoffs and plant closures by quickly coordinating services and providing immediate aid to companies and their affected workers.

    Youth@Work
    Youth@Work provides youth ages 14-24 with comprehensive services preparing youth for the 21st Century workplace. Services include: work experience, personal enrichment training, academic and career counseling, and involve partnerships with various County departments.
    ORGANIZATIONPHONE NUNBER
    Antelope Valley Community College District(661) 722-6300
    Citrus Community College District(626) 963-0323
    Los Angeles Southwest College(323) 241-5400
    Mt. San Antonio Community College District (909) 274-7500
    Rio Hondo Community College District (562) 692-0921
    Santa Clarita Community College District (College of the Canyons)(661) 362-3293
    Santa Monica Community College District(310) 434-4000
    Five Keys Schools and Programs(323) 685-2782
    Antelope Valley Union High School District(661) 948-7655
    Azusa Unified School District(626) 967-6211
    Baldwin Park Unified School District(626) 939-4456
    Bassett Unified School District (626) 931-3000
    City of Covina(626) 974-7000
    Claremont Unified School District(909) 624-6402
    Compton Unified School District(310) 639-4321
    Culver City Unified School District(310) 842-4220
    El Monte Union High School District(626) 444-9005
    Glendora Unified School District(626) 963-1611
    Hacienda La Puente Unified School District Adult Education(626) 933-1000
    Los Angeles Unified School District, Division of Adult and Career Education(213) 241-1000
    Lynwood Unified School District(310) 886-1600
    Monrovia Unified School District-Monrovia Community Adult School(626) 471-2000
    Montebello Unified School District, Department of Adult Education(323) 887-7900
    Monterey Park Monterey Bruggemeyer Library(626) 307-1458
    Mt. San Antonio Community College District (909) 274-7500
    Paramount Unified School District(562) 602-6000
    Pasadena Unified School District(626) 396-3680
    Pomona Unified School District(909) 397-4800
    Rowland Unified School District(626) 965-2541
    Santa Monica Community College District(310) 434-4000
    Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District(310) 450-8338
    Tri Community Adult Education(626) 974-4200
    Whittier Union High School District(562) 698-8121
    William S. Hart Union High School District(661) 259-0033
    Connect with an AJCC

    Connect with an AJCC 

    Book an appointment with one of the LA County AJCCs.

    Please click here for a list of online training programs eligible for funding via our AJCCs. For a complete listing of ALL training programs eligible, please click here.

    If you are here to apply for the supportive services related to COVID-19, please follow the steps below to get your application started!

    Note: Funding for these programs is not guaranteed, and is subject to multiple factors, including, but not limited to, availability of funds and individual assessments.

    Get the application process started at home:

    1. Visit caljobs.lacounty.gov and register for an account.
    2. Create a WIOA Pre-Application on CalJOBS.
      How to Complete the WIOA Pre-Application (Video)
      How to Scan Documents with Your Mobile Device (External Link)
      How to E-Sign Documents: iPhone | Android
    3. Once you get to the Summary Tab, come back here and click on the map above and find the AJCC nearest to you.
    4. If you’ve selected one of the AJCCs, find the “Book an Appointment” section and call or email the AJCC to let them know you want to get started.
    5. The AJCC staff member will provide you with the next steps.

    Contact Us

    For Job Seekers/ Employees, contact us:

    Email:  AJCCJOBS@wdacs.lacounty.com
    Ph:  (888) 226-6300
    Social Media:  @LACountyWDACS

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    For Business/ Employers, contact us:

    Email:  Bizdev@wdacs.lacounty.com
    Ph:  (213) 810-1641
    Social Media:  @lacbizdev

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