Training, Re-Training, and/or Job Placement Initiative

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Were you laid-off

from one of these companies during

the dates listed? 

 

You are eligible if:

 

If you worked for one of the companies listed and you're still:

* Looking for work; OR

* Seeking an equivalent or higher paying job.

 

You may be eligible for a special training program called Getting LA Back 2 Work!

Are you still out of work?

 

 

Eligibility

 
 
 
 
Must have been laid off from one of the employers on the eligible list.
 
Valid CA ID/License, Social Security Card, or if not a US citizen, Right-to-Work documents
 
Valid US Passport, or Alien Card
 
Unemployment Insurance Documents (EDD); Lay-off WARN notice (if applicable)
 
Be registered with available Selective Services (for males only)
 
If you believe that you are eligible for Back 2 Work services, please fill out a simple form below to locate the WorkSource Center nearest you.

The specialized training includes:

 

Assessment

(basic skills, career, and vocational aptitude)

 

Customized training

 

Employment preparation 

(resume and interview skills)

 

Job/paid internship placement assistance

 

Vocational training

 

On-the-job training

 

Supportive services 

(bus tokens, work clothes, tools, child care etc.) 

 

If you were laid off while employed by a designated employer and want to learn more

about Getting LA Back 2 Work, please call 3-1-1 or email cdd.back2work@lacity.org

 

Facilitated by the City of Los Angeles Economic & Workforce Development Department (EWDD), under the leadership of the Workforce Investment Board (WIB), Getting LA Back 2 Work targets workers laid-off from companies designated by the United States Department of Labor (DOL).

This equal opportunity program is funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Labor and the State of California Governor's 25% Discretionary Fund, as administered by the South Bay Workforce Investment Board. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities.