Unemployed Job Seekers: LAVC offers Free Training to Get You Back to Work - LA Fellows

Los Angeles Valley College Job Training is searching for unemployed men and women for the LA Fellows program. The program will provide unemployed mid-career individuals with skills training and volunteer opportunities while they seek full-time positions.

LA Fellows participants will be selected through an application and interview process. They will receive nine weeks of training at Los Angeles Valley College covering executive level topics, including critical thinking, advanced job search skills, and how to generate effective business leads. In return, participants will volunteer their time and talents by sharing their professional expertise through project based roles at local nonprofits.

The LA Fellows participants will acquire new skill sets, encounter countless opportunities to network with professionals, and project a marketable career candidate impression while presenting a community-focused image.

Interested individuals can join us at our information session to learn more about the LA Fellows program and application process, and get their questions answered. Job Seekers must attend one information session in order to apply.

LA Fellows Informational Session - Be prepared to stay two hours.
Friday, January 3, 9:00am

Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Avenue -- Job Training Office
Valley Glen, CA 91401-4096
Located in Administration Building

Free parking in available in Lot B at the corner of Oxnard St. and Fulton Ave. Parking tickets will not be issued during the informational sessions.

An application is available online and you are encouraged to fill it out prior to attending the information session -- but it is not required in order to attend.

If you know other job seekers who might be interested in the program, please encourage them to attend this sessions.
For more information about the LA Fellows program, please visit: www.lafellows.org or call 818.947.2941.

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