The Verdugo Job Center has partnered with The Wellness Center and the YWCA to provide comprehensive life and work services for women of the military. Our services include job search and job training, community reintegration, self-care and healing opportunities, support and social groups with other military women and more.
Los Angeles County Military Women Meetup Group Women in the Military past and present from southern California are invited to join our meet up group to discuss our work and life needs, opportunities and resources available to us. We'll also host events and attend events together. The Verdugo Job Center is partnering with the Glendale YWCA and the Wellness Center to sponsor our meet-up group. It's an opportunity for us to come together and help each other. Click on this text or tab above for more information and how to join!
The Verdugo Jobs Center/Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA) program in collaboration with the Employment Development Department (EDD), Glendale Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), and State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) would like to invite you to the 3rd Annual Disability Resource Fair on October 23, 2019.
The Disability Resource Fair is featuring the State Council on Developmental Disability (SCDD) who will be presenting a film clip highlighting employed people with disabilities’ success stories and sharing other resources to encourage and empower the disabled population within the community to return to the workforce
When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 10AM-12 NOON
Where: 1255 South Central Ave., Glendale, CA 91204
Glendale, California boasts a thriving tech ecosystem that is home to over 1000 high tech firms that generate over $5 billion dollars in sales each year and employ over 41,000 people. Get in on the action during Glendale Tech Week 2019. Employer demos, Job Fair, Start-up Pitches, Speakers and More!
Did you know a Hollywood actress revolutionized wireless communications? Or that the first computer programmer was a woman? Many of these women didn’t get credit for their work until long after their deaths, but their contributions and inventions have shaped technologies that have changed our lives and the course of history.