Building better lives, one job at a time, by empowering individuals
to achieve dignity and economic independence through sustainable employment.
Last year, tens of thousands of people turned to JVS for help. With your support, we directly assisted over 30,000 clients, with thousands of additional individuals accessing our job training and career services.
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We assist all military Veterans with a special focus on women veterans and post-9/11 veterans by providing professional career coaching, assessments to identify transferable skills, training in high growth career sectors, plus job search skills and job placement assistance.
Our skilled and dedicated team is here to help you in your job search. Whether you are currently unemployed, working part-time, looking for training or certification opportunities, transitioning to a new career or re-entering the workforce, we have resources to assist you.
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) program serves out-of-school youth ages 17 to 24 in Los Angeles County. Participants receive an array of services, from job readiness workshops to college and career exploration, and on-the-job training opportunities in the local community.
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In our Refugee Employment and Acculturation Services (REAS) program, virtually every staff member has experienced the challenges of navigating the immigration system, overcoming language barriers, and finding employment.
When Hanna Tverdokhlib received an early morning call on February 24, she knew it was time to drive to the hospital. Her client needed her by her side. Hanna is a certified Doula who provides expectant mothers with physical, emotional, and informational support.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting the vital role women play in providing healing and promoting hope, this year’s official Women’s History Month theme.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we are shining the spotlight on two African American public officials, mayors Aja Brown and Tom Bradley. These two local city leaders challenged expectations and helped the communities they served to grow and thrive.