Information Session to be held at Verdugo Job Center in Glendale, CA, April 11, 2019, for positions:
Office Clerks $17.00/hour
Office Operations Supervisors $21.50/hour
Census Field Supervisors $23.50/hour
Recruiting Assistants $23.00/hour
Must be registered on Caljobs at www.caljobs.ca.gov
Must bring your Social Security Card and ID
Click here for information flyer.
Please click this link for flyer information on a food pantry available in Pasadena, welcoming all – as well as information about open affordable housing apartments for persons with disabilities and over 62 years of age.
Monday, September 11, 2017, 6:30pm
131 N Marengo Ave, Pasadena, CA (map)
Meditation, and engaging activities that destress the mind, provide relaxation, and self-awareness. Free and welcome to veterans and their supporters (friends and families).
Contact email@example.com for details and PARKING.
City of Burbank’s 5th Annual Veterans Job Fair – March 16, 2017, 9:30am to 12 noon
Location: McCambridge Recreation Center, 1515 North Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank, CA; 818-238-5627
You must register by March 15 at: BurbankVeteransJobFair2017.eventbrite.com
Click here for flyer
The Verdugo Job Center, Department of Employment Development and Burbank Workforce Connection have partnered to bring this event to you.
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
May 16, 2015, 11am to 3pm
Penny Lane’s Rainbow Room, 15314 Rayne Street, North Hills, CA
Sponsored by VHATs Inc. Learn about federal benefits for veterans, their families and survivors. Learn what are the necessary steps, and get help applying for benefits. Important documents to bring: Veterans DD214 or DD215; children’s birth certificates or adoption papers; veteran death certificate to determine survivor benefits. VHATS