If you’re between the ages of 14 and 24, you may quality for youth job programs offered through the VJC. From summer, seasonal and year-round jobs, to paid on-the-job training and internships, to job shadowing — we can connect you to a job and gain work experience.
Wherever you’ve been, wherever you are now — we want to help you find your way forward.
Fill out this form to tell us more about yourself and your goals.
Are you a high school senior with a little job experience, looking for work? The Training, Employment and Mentoring Program (TEAM) can match you to a worksite while helping you build job skills such as being on time, dressing for success, and following through on assignments. You’ll finish the TEAM Program prepared for success on the job!
If you’re interested in joining the TEAM Program, you must be:
Get paid while gaining 200 hours of experience. Open to young adults ages 18-24, EIP connects you to an employer who helps train and prepare you for success in the workplace.
If you’re interested in the Employment Incentive Program, you must be:
Program also has other eligibility requirements
If you’re between the ages of 14-24, Summer program can help you find your first job, and earn money while gaining work experience.
If you’re interested in joining the Summer Program, you must be:
Funded by Los Angeles County Youth@Work, services are designed to provide our youth with their first experience to the world of work.
Open to students between 16-21 with a physical or intellectual disability, the STEP program gets you job-ready while earning money. As part of STEP, you’ll be matched with a worksite that fits your skills and interests, and get paid while you accumulate 120 hours of work experience.
To support your success, you’ll also have access to work readiness training at Glendale Community College’s Professional Development Center. A dedicated case manager will make sure you have the support and resources you need to reach your goals.
If you’re interested in the STEP Program, you must be:
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