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JVS SoCal embraces diversity and creates pathways to equality. We foster and sustain a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. Our commitment is to ensure all stakeholders have access to resources and opportunities to develop, contribute and grow.

SERVING MULTICULTURAL AND DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES SINCE 1931

JVS SoCal is committed to diversity and to maintaining a work environment in which all employees are treated with respect and have opportunities to grow. The following graphic represents the makeup of our workforce, including leadership, and demonstrates the alignment between our employees and the individuals we serve.

Chart of JVS SoCal's workforce and participant percentages

Veterans are part of our Culture

 

JVS SoCal created the innovative Veterans First program, with the generous support of public and private donors. Many of our team members are veterans themselves and together, we are uniquely qualified to assist you in the transition from the military to the civilian workplace.

Veterans are part of our Culture

JVS SoCal created the innovative Veterans First program, with the generous support of public and private donors. Many of our team members are veterans themselves and together, we are uniquely qualified to assist you in the transition from the military to the civilian workplace.

Immigrants are part
of our History

 

JVS SoCal implemented unconscious bias training sessions for all staff members to help foster a more inclusive culture.

Immigrants are part
of our History

 

JVS SoCal implemented unconscious bias training sessions for all staff members to help foster a more inclusive culture.

LGBTQ is part
of our Strength

 

JVS SoCal proudly partners with TransCanWork, a nonprofit committed to providing career services for gender diverse populations and workplace inclusivity training for employers.

LGBTQ is part
of our Strength

 

JVS SoCal proudly partners with TransCanWork, a nonprofit committed to providing career services for gender diverse populations and workplace inclusivity training for employers.

Racial and Ethnic Equality is our Goal

 

We are committed to providing opportunities for learning, community building and celebrating diversity.

Racial and Ethnic Equality is our Goal

 

We are committed to providing opportunities for learning, community building and celebrating diversity.

Professional and Human Development Opportunities
for Staff and Volunteers

The Narrative Method
The Narrative Method is pleased to support the JVS SoCal / AJCC community by providing opportunities for radical human connection across the digital divide. Along with special programs and events exclusively available to the JVS SoCal / AJCC community, TNM has a variety of ongoing events and programs open to everyone! To learn more about The Narrative Method and the work they do visit JVS SoCal/AJCC | TNM (thenarrativemethod.org)

Currently Celebrating Disability Pride Month

Women’s History Month

March 12, 2022

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month originated in 1978 to increase the inclusion of women’s stories in California’s K-12 curriculum and in the general public consciousness. Up until the late seventies, the concept of women’s history was “virtually unknown” according to The National Women’s History Alliance. The official theme of this year, “Providing Healing and Promoting Hope,” reminds us of the importance of healers and caregivers who are helping to promote and sustain hope for the future. The NWHA encourages communities to honor local women who bring these priceless gifts to their families, workplaces, and neighborhoods, sometimes at great sacrifice. At JVS SoCal, we honored two women for #WHM2022: Roz L. Zukerman, a family law professional whose inspiring story and support for women’s causes made her…

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Black History Month

February 25, 2022

Black History Month

Black History Month commemorates the contributions and legacy of African Americans across U.S. history. The celebration originated in the early 1900s after the founding of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. It was officially recognized in the U.S. in 1976 by President Gerald Ford. This year at JVS SoCal, we celebrated the lives of two historical figures juxtaposed with the accomplishments of today’s black barrier breakers in our community.  Maggie Lena Walker, the first African American woman to start and lead a U.S. bank. Tom Bradley, the first Black mayor of Los Angeles. JVS SoCal staff got an insight into the work of one of our valued staff members through his participation in the creation of one of these articles.

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Disability Employment Awareness Month

October 1, 2021

In recognition and support for the National Disability Employment Awareness Month initiative, we spoke with Robin Davis-Moreno, Supervisor of JVS SoCal’s Disability and Assessment program. Robin trains and works closely with a team of professionals in assessments and providing vocational evaluations and resources to Southern Californians in need. Go to blog post →

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