Looking For A Job? age 18-24, and NOT attending school?

Contact the Glendale Youth Alliance TODAY at 818-937-8073, www.glendaleyouthalliance.org if you are between the age of 18 and 24, need a job, and are NOT attending school. We have programs to find you employment with local employers. The GYA is a California 501 (c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation

California Conservation Corps Has Job Programs for Veterans

The California Conservation Corps has a veteran program which houses and trains veterans for fire careers. They are actively recruiting for their Veteran program. Their Fire Veteran training with the USFS is scheduled for mid- April.  It is a great training and opportunity for Veterans who are interested in careers with fire agencies.

They also have a Fisheries Program that has expanded this year to more locations, Fortuna, Ukiah, San Luis Obispo and Camarillo. Please share the attached flyer with your veteran network.

CCC Recruitment Unit
California Conservation Corps

web link:  www.ccc.ca.gov


Veteran Services from 211

Here is a link to the services that phone number 211 provides in LA County for Veterans,  https://www.211la.org/lacommunityveteransportal/veterans-military-services/female-veterans/

Services Include:

Women Veterans Call Center, Jobs for Female Veterans, Financial Health, Shelters for Women, Child Care, Transportation Assistance


Reboot Event Octorber 19 – Attend with our Meetup Group Members!

Monday, October 19, 2015, 9:00 AM

National University
5245 Pacific Concourse Dr #100, 90045, los angeles, CA

National Veteran Transition Services, also known as REBOOT, has launched the women veterans initiative. It is the only program of its kind that provides the tools needed for a successful transition back to civilian life. Our Meetup Group will be attending, so join them by joining Meetup.com and adding your name to their list of attendees: Link to our Meetup Group for this event.

Career Fair at Cal State LA, Oct 30, 2015

California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Dr. , Los Angeles,

Located in the GOLDEN EAGLE BALLROOM in the Golden Eagle Building

>Dress to Impress

> Govt Agencies/Federal Contractors will be present!
>Internet Access will be available

RSVP: GONZALO CENTENO 323-343-3140 (within 2 weeks of event)

Honor a Hero – Hire a Vet Job & Resource Fair October 22 – Woodland Hills, CA

9th Annual “Honor a Hero – Hire a Vet” Job & Resource Fair
October 22 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, Thursday, October 22, 2015 from 11am to 3pm
Where: Warner Center Marriott, 21850 Oxnard Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
call for more information: 818-379-7000
Click here for more information

VJC Women Veterans Advisory Board Joins the Veterans Coalition of Glendale

Next Meeting October 15, then every third Thursday.

In order to make our Advisory Committee more efficient, productive and connected, we are joining the Veterans Coalition of Glendale. Our meetings will take place in conjunction with the Coalition every third Thursday of the month at Glendale City Hall.

On October 15th during our next coalition meeting, we will have Nathan Graeser, Community Liaison for USC’s Center for Innovation and Research for Veterans and Military families and who runs the monthly L.A. Veterans Collaborative, to share his work and vision regarding community. He will also share his desire to learn more about our coalition to incorporate into USC CIR’s research.

We will also have updates on Veterans Village and about planned events for November 11, 2015 – Veterans Day.

Operation Do Ask Do Tell Invite

Monday, September 21, 2015 9:00am – 3:00pm Bob Hope Partiotic Hall at 1816 FigJoin American Veterans for Equal Rights & The County of Los Angeles in celebrating the accomplishments of LGBT Veterans here in LA County. On Monday, Sept 21 we will be partnering with SoCalGas, Supervisor Hilda Solis, Congresswoman Grace Napolitano, Assemblymember Richard Bloom, Mayor Eric Garcetti, the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs, the California Dept. of Veterans Affairs and many other local officials and service providers to honor the sacrifices and accomplishments of the brave LGBTQ/A Veterans and Service Members. This will be the first ever LGBT Veteran Event at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall.

Operation: Do Ask, Do Tell serves as an annual gathering of the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs (Benefits, Cemetery, and Healthcare), California Dept. of Veterans Affairs, County of Los Angeles, American Veterans for Equal Rights (only Federally recognized National LGBT Veteran Service Organization), Local Service Providers & Employers to discuss the needs and services provided to LGBT Veterans in and around Los Angeles County. The event is designed to honor the memory of the old DADT law & those negatively affected during its tenure, while bringing the much needed resources to one location, for them to take advantage of in a safe and accepting environment.
AVER-Greater Los Angeles