The City of Los Angeles seeks to connect all Angelenos to employment opportunities, particularly those that may face significant barriers to employment. The Targeted Local Hire Program is an effort to help an underserved population find an alterative pathway to rewarding Civil Service careers with the city of Los Angeles. Individuals hired through the program will receive on-the-job training and must successfully complete an assessment period before transitioning to regular Civil Service employment.
Orientation/ Application sessions are held every Tuesday at 11 AM by The Targeted Local Hire Program Coordinator Melissa Young. Once scheduled you will need to come with your right to work documents (i.e. ID / Driver’s License & Social Security Card) and resume. For more information or for any questions you may have please call.
Targeted Local Hire Scheduler (562) 674-0874
Melissa Young (Program Coordinator) (562) 674-0873
John Alvarez (Program Manager) (562) 674-0875
The Tech Hire L.A. Projects is a 3.93 million dollar program fully funded by a U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration grant awarded to and managed by LETC. This program is an equal opportunity program/employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities.
Applicants must qualify for the program (18-29 years old: unemployed or underemployed).
All participants will need to submit the right-to-work documents (current ID / Driver’s License and Social Security card and proof of selective service for males) in order to enroll into the program.
Contact: Elda Jansen
H1-B One Workforce Program is a 4.5 million dollar grant awarded and managed by LETC. This program is equal opportunity program/employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request by individuals with disabilities.
This DOL Grant provides industry–recognized certificate training to unemployed/underemployed individuals (18 and over) and incumbent workers primarily in the Information Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Biotechnology sectors to provide career pathways into globally competitive fields.
All participants will need to submit the right to work documents (valid Driver’s License/ State ID and Social Security card and proof of Selective Service (male only) to enroll in the program. Eligibility requirements do apply.
MO Contact: Kelly Spangler firstname.lastname@example.org (314) 899-0648
CA Contact: Elda Jansen email@example.com (562) 977-4778