Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) the nation’s largest Latino-serving social service organization, has been helping children and families since 1963.
401 N. Garfield Ave. Montebello, CA
Options provides a coordinated, interdisciplinary network of quality, professionally delivered early care and education services for children and families living in the San Gabriel Valley area of Los Angeles County. Options is dedicated to meeting the needs of its clients in a holistic manner, with personalized services provided by staff who genuinely care about the well being and growth of the children and parents they serve.
Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc., Head Start/State Preschool Program was established in 1965 and currently operates 30 centers and 5 Family Child Care Providers strategically located in Los Angeles County, from East Los Angeles, North East to South East Los Angeles, and San Gabriel Valley. The program offers education, family and community partnerships, health, mental health, disabilities, and nutrition services to more than 2,500 of children and their families.
6440 Paramount Blvd. Pico Rivera, CA
Phone: (562) 949-1981
Employee Assistance Services for Education
Information for staff members that would like to consider a profession in the field of education as a credentialed teacher.
One of the largest state departments with employees at hundreds of service locations throughout the state. For more than 70 years, we have connected millions of job seekers and employers in an effort to build the economy of the Golden State. Here you’ll find an online job and résumé bank, CalJOBSSM, which contains thousands of job openings and the largest pool of candidates in the state; Labor market tools designed to help you make educated decisions; Information on filing an Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, or Paid Family Leave claim Payroll tax information and forms; and an array of employment and training services; and more!
The California Community Colleges Registry is a large scale database containing the names, qualifications and desired position(s) of potential California Community College faculty, support staff and management job applicants. The database is utilized by the 72 Human Resources offices, representing the 112 California Community Colleges. This web site provides a number of services for individuals seeking employment as a faculty, support staff or manager at a California Community College. Currently, there are 1238 open jobs in the CCC Registry. The California Community Colleges is the largest higher education system in the nation. It is comprised of 72 districts, 112 colleges and enrolls more than 2.6 million students. Community colleges provide basic skills education, workforce training, and courses that prepare students for transfer to four-year universities. The colleges also offer opportunities for personal enrichment and lifelong learning.
Indeed is the #1 job site worldwide, with over 140 million unique visitors per month. Indeed is available in more than 50 countries and 28 languages, covering 94% of global GDP.
Goodwill, Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County (SOLAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that transforms donated goods into job training, education and placement services for individuals with barriers to employment. Goodwill SOLAC serves 22 cities and communities throughout Southern Los Angeles County. SOLAC will help you find a job through our free Direct Job Placement Services. If you are a job seeker and are serious about finding work, please contact us. We have strong connections and long-term relationships with many employers in Southern California.
Phone: (562) 435-3411
Location: 800 W. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90806
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AltaMed serves the entire family with primary medical care, HIV and chronic care, dental clinics and complete senior long-term care services, including senior case management, and the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). AltaMed also delivers disease management programs, health education, youth services, and specialty HIV/AIDS care. There are 32 AltaMed locations, of varying services, for the Los Angeles County, one of these locations’ contact information is the following:
Location: 9436 E Slauson Ave, Pico Rivera, CA 90660
Phone: (562) 949-6069
Fax: (562) 949-0199
General Contact Information:
Location: Corporate Headquarters
2040 Camfield Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90040
Phone: (323) 725-8751
Phone for the hearing impaired: (800) 735-2922
Hours for AltaMed headquarters (hours for clinics and centers vary): Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We offer high quality, low-cost primary health care at seven state-of-the-art clinic sites in San Diego, Riverside and Orange counties. For your convenience, some of our sites offer extended evening and weekend hours, same day appointments, pharmacy and laboratory services on-site, and free door to door transportation.Our board-certified or board-eligible medical doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners serve all members of the community, regardless of insurance status. Uninsured patients can receive help in enrolling in insurance or may be eligible to pay on a sliding fee scale. The services we offer are: Behavioral Health, Chiropractors, Community Health, Dental, HIV and Immunizations, Insurance Assistance, Optometrists, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, a Teen Clinic, and a wide range of medical care for adults, children and families.
Phone: (844) 308-5003
Location: 341 South Hillcrest Street, La Habra
Hours: Monday, Thursday ESL 10 am-12pm, Friday-Food Distribution 9am-11am Nutrition Classes Starts at 11am
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Located at 6706 Friends Ave. Whittier, CA 90601
A licensed medical clinic with a mission to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy. We offer free and confidential services including pregnancy tests, confirmation, ultrasounds, limited STD testing, options counseling, post-abortion healing and recovery groups.
Whittier (Santa Fe Springs), Ca: Corps Community Center
12000 E. Washington Blvd., Ste. 101, Whittier
2737 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
3107 S Grand Ave. Los Angeles
906 South Francisco Street, Los Angeles
2670 Griffin Ave. Los Angeles
5600 Rickenbacker Road, Bell
Phone: (323) 263 1206
Interfaith Food Center (IFC) is a non-profit, charitable organization established in 1983, and is one of the largest food pantries in the area and meets the requirements of “food recycler”. IFC serves local low and extremely low-income residents and homeless individuals with supplementary food assistance. Weekly more than 4,000 individuals participate in our programs. Help us continue our mission of feeding the hungry in our community.
Phone: (562) 903-1478
Location: 11819 Burke St. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Located on Burke Street between Sorenson and Dice Road, one block south of Slauson
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The California State Senate is there for Californians to provide Constituent Services, Legislation and be a Liaison between State Agencies and Constituents. As Thomas Jefferson famously said: “Democracy demands an educated and informed electorate.” It is their hope that this website will assist in that laudable goal.
Location: 400 N. Montebello Blvd. Montebello, CA
CWLC is a legal services support center dedicated to the pursuit of justice for women and girls in California. CWLC breaks down barriers and advances the potential of women and girls through transformative litigation, policy advocacy and education. We focus on women’s health and reproductive justice matters as well as the unique legal needs of veterans, pregnant and parenting students and victims of Title IX discrimination.
360 North Sepulveda Blvd. El Segundo, CA
Since 1929, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles has provided civil legal aid to poor and low-income people in Los Angeles County. Now with five neighborhood offices, three Domestic Violence Clinics and four Self-Help Legal Access Centers, LAFLA serves communities as diverse as East Los Angeles, the Westside, South Los Angeles, Koreatown and Long Beach. LAFLA is the first place thousands of poor people turn to when they need legal assistance for a crisis that threatens their shelter, health and livelihood. Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles seeks to achieve equal justice for poor and low-income people in greater Los Angeles. We change lives through direct representation, systems change and community education.
East Los Angeles Office
5228 Whittier Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Long Beach Office
601 Pacific Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Phone: (562) 692-0261
Location: 9255 Pioneer Blvd
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
A Native American Food Bank serving all communities without boundaries. A helping hand in difficult times. Native American Values: A man’s wealth is measured on how much he SHARES, while others measure a man’s wealth on how much he saves. Also, 100lb family pack voucher program available through our website or volunteer program. Highly rated fresh rescue food program designed for a healthy diet and family support.
2453 Troy Ave. South El Monte, CA
Location: 7056 Washington Ave. 90602
Hours: Mon-Fri 3:00-4:00 pm
The Mission of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is to mobilize resources to fight hunger in our community. To fulfill our mission, we source and acquire food and other products and distribute them to needy people through charitable agencies or directly through programs; conduct hunger education and awareness campaigns and advocate for public policies that alleviate hunger; and energize the community to get involved and support hunger relief. Since 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has distributed more than 1 billion pounds of food. It provides food to 300,000 people every month and in 2016 we distributed 55 million meals–that’s more than 62 million pounds of food. Community support enables the Food Bank to serve more than 300,000 people on a monthly basis.
Phone: (323) 234-3030
Location: 1734 E. 41st Street Los Angeles, CA 90058
Community Distribution Center provides food, non-food products and services to families who are in need, when they need them. 100% of the families we serve are low income and face severe food insecurities. Families are able to have a “shopping” like experience when they walk through the doors of the CDC. We currently serve approximately 500 families per week with enough food to sustain their families for up to 2 weeks. The CDC is an additional resource for families and people struggling to make ends meet. We: Make food affordable to needy families, obtain food and other products and distribute through charitable partners, offer additional resources and services for families and people in need. Contact Information: Phone; 818-759-0616 Location: Address: 11350 Saticoy Street, Los Angeles, California 91352 Hours: Monday through Saturday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Sunday: CLOSED
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Women’s Health Centers provides FREE Pregnancy Tests (No appointment required), Pre-Natal Care, Family Planning (Family PACT), Registered Dietitian Consultation, Psychosocial Evaluations, Group and individual educational program, Breastfeeding education and support, Quality professional care, and Medi-Cal application assistance.
Pico Rivera: 5062 Rosemead Blvd. Pico Rivera, CA 90660
Whittier: 11807 Whittier Blvd. Whittier, CA 90601
Here to provide services to women and children, focusing on sexual, domestic, and family violence and HIV/AIDS. We work to EMPOWER and give HOPE to Individuals, Families and the Community at large with an emphasis on bilingual/bi-cultural services for the Latino Community.
1255 S. Atlantic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA
The Women’s Pavilion and Breast Center offers an array of outpatient services designed exclusively for women. Skilled female technicians administer exams using the latest technology while results are reviewed by our staff radiologists and reported quickly. We offer: Digital mammography, Breast ultrasound, Ultrasound-guided breast biopsy, Stereotactic breast biopsy, and Bone density scans. We also offer a wide selection of classes and events to help women better understand topics such as hormone replacement, breast self-examination, nutrition, and stress management.
Beverly Hospital Central Phone: (323) 726-1222
Women’s Pavilion Center Phone: (323) 725-2452
Location: 101 East Beverly Boulevard Suite 104 and 105, Montebello CA 90640
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Mature job seekers offer a unique value to companies; experience. However, you must present it in a way employers can appreciate. This section has strategies for mature job-seekers looking for a new job or career-change.
• Target companies who value mature adults and what they offer.
• Set up email and social media accounts and use them daily. Friends, children, grandchildren are often willing to help you setup and navigate your accounts.
• Consider non-traditional businesses, such as startups, nonprofit organizations, the public sector, and smaller companies that are growing. Also check state, local, and federal governments.
• Move beyond your last salary. Be open and willing to start at a lower rate, since in some cases you are starting over.
You have knowledge, insight and understanding of the real world and workplace.
You have addressed challenges and know how to solve problems calmly and systematically.
• List computer skills and current training/courses (including on-the-job.)
• For high-tech positions, show you have updated your experience within the last 3 years.
• Do not list all of your experience, only the last 10 years*. Highlight skills and accomplishments relevant to the position.
*Exception: For managerial openings, it is okay to include the last 15 years of experience.
• Eliminate dates for degrees and certifications received more than 10 years ago.
• Use “more than” or “+” rather than an exact number.
• For example, “more than 15 years cashier experience” or 10+ years’ experience.
• Write a cover letter every time you send a resume. Emphasize:
- Your flexibility
- Your solid attendance record
- Your solid attendance record
- Your desire for a long-term position
• Recent or updated training and/or professional development courses
• Consider a resume format that highlights categories or experience rather than chronological dates.
You do not have to be trendy, but look current and professional.
A current hairstyle or sharp haircut creates a youthful, polished look. If you dye your hair, have fresh roots.
Mention your computer literacy including email, social media, the latest Microsoft Office suite and other relevant programs.
If the position is physically demanding or requires long hours, provide examples of your high energy level and physical ability.
Discuss work situations in which you regularly had to think quickly and make changes under pressure.
Emphasize your ability to work with people of all backgrounds and ages. Demonstrate your enthusiasm about working and joining their team.
Emphasize your ability to work with people of all backgrounds and ages. Demonstrate your enthusiasm about working and joining their team.
Be prepared to interview with employers younger than you. Be respectful, not condescending.
Long sleeve, button down dresss shirt. Wrinkle free.
By the time you shake an employer's hand they have already formed an opinion of you.
Clean, neat, and well groomed.
Clean and neatly trimmed.
Wear polished dress shoes and dark socks.
Make sure your clothes have a good fit.
Wear a minimum amount.
Black, Grey, Blue, Beige, Tan
Simple pattern that matches your outfit. Length should be no longer than the top of your belt. (For help tying a tie check out videos online)
Clean shaven before your interview. If you wear facial hair, make sure it is well-groomed.
Fit well. Freshly pressed and breaks at the top of the shoe.
Always wear a belt and match the color to your shoes.
Discussing your military experience and the time spent serving your country is a career highlight that will help you stand out.
Below are two examples of how to mention your military experience in a concise way:
1. "My name is Brian Murphy. I served 5 years in the military and have an active guard card and gun permit. My experience includes international and homeland security, patrol, search and rescue, and completing daily security reports. My superiors commended me for my firm, yet calm demeanor."
2. "My name is Jordan Wetzel. I have 5 years' experience in driving and delivery service that required a high level of accuracy and timeliness. My experience includes driving small, large, cargo and passenger vehicles. I have transported VIP personnel, hazardous materials, and high value inventory. My superiors commended me for my ability to drive and maneuver in all weather and road conditions."
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