Women Vets on Point – Mental Health Support for Women Veterans in Southern California

If you are a woman veteran in Los Angeles and are feeling lost or worried about your mental health, you are not alone. Connect with Women Vets on Point today.

Women Vets on Point is an independent, not-for-profit program designed and informed by women veterans for women veterans in order to address critical needs and barriers to mental health care after military service. The program is funded by a consortium of Southern California foundations and brings together a team of program developers, service providers, and researchers from Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), and the United States Veterans Initiative (U.S.VETS).

Women Vets on Point Website

Domestic Violence Community Forum & Candlelight Vigil, October 11, 2018

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On Behalf of the Glendale Commission on the Status of Women: Join us for a Domestic Violence Community Forum & Candlelight Vigil

When: October 11, at 6pm

Location: Glendale Central Library

6:00 Reception

6:30 Program

Presentation of Domestic Violence Community Survey

Panel Discussion, moderated by Assemblymember Laura Friedman – including experts from YWCA Glendale, Glendale Police Department, Glendale Unified School District and Armenian Council of America

Questions and Answers

Candlelight Vigil

Click here to see flyer

Los Angeles Needs 2 Bilingual Outreach Specialists

City of L.A. is currently looking to fill two positions for Bilingual Outreach Specialists for any of the two languages listed on the flyer. These would be field folks that do from administrative tasks, communication with organizations via phone, email, etc. to staffing events in the community (set up/break down) to doing presentations to small and large groups. Most of the work is performed in English, the language is for official language translation review.

Must be available to work weekends. Only qualified candidates.

No phone calls please.

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U.S. Census Bureau in Hiring for 2020 Census

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting workers for temporary jobs available in California, Washington, Oregon and Alaska starting this month in advance of the 2020 Census Hiring events will kick off at local job centers in October.

The census website is now accepting applications for area census office managers, field supervisors, census takers and clerks in Anchorage, Alaska; Salem, Ore.; Seattle, Wash.; and Bakersfield, Oakland, Riverside and Van Nuys, Calif.

Click here to go to Census Hiring Website.

Voices in Action Community Forums

Join the discussion on important employment issues that affect your community

The Verdugo Workforce Development Board wants to put your voice into action! We invite you to our Stakeholder and Community Forums where we want to hear from you about important employment issues that affect you today. Your valuable feedback is critical in the development of a plan that is reflective of our community’s workforce needs.

Forums run October 18 to Nov 15. Click here to download flyer with details.

Diversability Work Event, October 24,2018 in Glendale, CA

Please join us at the Verdugo Job Center located in Glendale, CA. All ready to work candidates are welcome.  Light refreshments will be provided.

Time: 10 am — 12 pm

Date: October 24, 2018

Motivational Speaker: Dana LeMon

Sponsoring Employer: Pride Industries

Location: 1255 South Central Avenue Glendale, CA 91204

Limited space RSVP by Oct. 15: Fernando 818.409.0498 or Alex 818.937.8063

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act is an Equal Opportunity Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. –  TTY (818) 548-3857.

Free Adult Literacy Program Offered in Glendale

The Library, Arts & Culture Department Adult Literacy Program offers services to help adults improve their reading, writing, and speaking. Instruction is provided by trained volunteers. The Adult Literacy Program is free and open to all adults ages eighteen and over.

The Adult Literacy Program helps adults who want to learn English as well as English-speaking adults who need to improve their reading and writing skills. Conversation classes and one-on-one tutoring sessions are offered.

The Adult Literacy Program is also seeking volunteers to work with adults to improve their reading, writing, and speaking skills. No prior teaching experience is necessary. Successful volunteers need to make a commitment of at least one hour per week for a minimum of six months.

click here for contacts and more information

and click here to read the Adult Literacy Program Newsletter