The Mayor made his announcement during remarks at the Northeast Valley WorkSource Center, which drew job-seekers and employers in the “sharing” or on-demand economy.
Connecting Transgender Job Seekers to LA's Employers
Held on June 20, 2016, the LA's Diversity Job and Career Fair focused on connecting transgender job seekers with employment opportunities in Los Angeles and surrounding communities.
Held at the Los Angeles Community College, representatives from 42 companies were recruiting including
The Workforce Development Board (WDB) and the Economic & Workforce Development Department (EWDD) currently have several open bid opportunities. These proposal requests include L.A. area real estate development options, running a local BusinessSource Center, aiding in the development of a competitive Los Angeles workforce, and the chance to improve the lives of struggling, under-served communities. Los Angeles has a range of potential business engagements - get involved in your City, make a difference and seize your opportunity.
Bank of America, through its Charitable Foundation, partnered with the Workforce Development Board and the Economic & Workforce Development Department by recently donating $121,000 to provide paid job opportunities for teens as part of the 2016 HIRE LA's Youth Initiative.
At the last meeting of the City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Board’s Youth Council, Dr. Richard Moore and his evaluation team at California State University Northridge (CSUN) presented an evaluation of the City’s HIRE LA’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP).
In 2015, HIRE LA’s Youth met and surpassed Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti’s goal of employing 11,000 youth in summer jobs, paid work experiences and internships. The bulk of these 11,000 summer jobs were provided through