WorkSource Centers – a Proud Partner of America’s Job Centers of California
Each year, WorkSource Centers help over 170,000 people like you find jobs. Last year alone, more than 1,400 Los Angeles-based businesses chose to list employment openings with us so that they could hire employees like you. Thus far, we've helped post job openings in a diverse area of fields, from manufacturing and industry to childcare, healthcare, and international trade.
We act as your personal employment agency, collecting listings of job openings across the L.A. area and providing them to you based on your abilities and needs. We’ll even help write your resume! There are 17 WorkSource Centers and 2 portal offices situated in convenient locations across the city. Worried about how you'll get to a center? We can help! Bus passes and childcare are available to those who qualify under federal economic guidelines.
If you’ve been laid off from work due to downsizing or economic changes in your employer’s sector, you are probably eligible for free training opportunities.
Ready to start your job search? Visit one of our WorkSource Centers located throughout the City. If you live in California but don’t live in Los Angeles, find your local center by visiting America's Job Center of California.
Did we mention it’s all free?!
Want to Begin Your Job Search Online Now?
Can’t wait to start your job search? Visit CalJobs, register and get started now – it’s free! Create or upload your resume online, and view thousands of job opportunities in the Los Angeles region. The new and improved CalJobs searches through corporate job boards and various online sources to match you with current job openings. And you can bring your CalJobs account to the WorkSource Center, should you later choose to visit one.
Are you a U.S. Veteran looking for a job?
You've served your country and understand the unique challenges faced by Veterans and their families. Let us help you with your next challenge - a career.
Need to register for Unemployment Insurance?
Visit the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) website to access online services for the Unemployment Insurance program.
As part of an initiative geared toward increasing the accessibility of job-search resources in the local community, the Workforce Investment Board is working closely with the Los Angeles Public Library to help Angelenos discover financial resources, explore opportunities for education and training, and obtain gainful employment. Their resource guide includes information on public, private, non-profit, and federal initiatives aimed at increasing employment.
Find more job hunting resources here.
City of Los Angeles WorkSource Center/America’s Job Centers of California LocationsJump to the Locations List Below
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Visit America’s Job Centers of California to find a location closest to where you live.
WorkSource Center List
1055 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 900-A, Los Angeles CA 90017
1st Saturday 9:00am-12:45pm
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment
342 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles CA 90031
Monday, Wednesday Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday 8:00am-7:00pm
1st & 3rd Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm
Goodwill Industries of Southern California
3550 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 500, Los Angeles CA 90010
Community Career Development, Inc
5401 South Crenshaw Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90043
Los Angeles Urban League
1851 North Gaffey Street, Suite F, San Pedro CA 90731
Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network
2220 East 114th Street, Los Angeles CA 90059
Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA)
400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90015
Coalition for Responsible Community Development
2900 South Crenshaw Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90016
Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc
13160 Mindanao Way, Suite 240, Marina del Rey CA 90292
Jewish Vocational Service