Goodwill, Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County is offering free 10-week computer skills and training programs each quarter. Classes offered for beginners and mid-skilled level users. The program is open to the public and is free of charge. The program will develop and train students in Microsoft Office applications. Registrations accepted now.
Please call us at 562-435-3411 X234.
To view our flyer, click here.
Goodwill SOLAC’s Supported Employment Program enables our participants to work at various companies in the manufacturing, retail, warehousing, hospital and product manufacturing industries. This program allows for individuals to work at an employer site to fulfill contract services to the company’s specifications while also assisting the company in meeting its “bottom line.”
Our Supported Employment Program layers in a job coach to supervise this group at no extra cost to the employer. Positions can be part-time or full-time in a variety of industries and work settings.
If you are or know of someone who is affiliated with Harbor Regional Center, South Central Regional Center, Orange County Regional Center or the Department of Rehabilitation and is interested in employment, or if you’re an employer interested in hiring an individual to work part-time or full-time, contact our Workforce Development Department at (562) 435-3411, ext. 263. To view our brochure, click here. Employers if you would like to know more, click here.
Goodwill’s Life Skills and Employment Preparation Program is a 2-week program aimed at enhancing quality of life while creating balance in various areas of the participant’s life, including counseling, transitional and permanent housing assistance, and job placement services.
Job Placement Services at the Multi Services Center works with individuals who have barriers to employment The Career Coach works closely with community-based organizations and local employers to establish diverse employment opportunities. Opportunities can be offered in multiple industries (ie. healthcare, security, customer service, general staffing, etc.).
The City of Long Beach is a large, active and diverse city and we strive to create places and spaces that are welcoming for all residents in our community. We invite you to join our movement to create a Father Friendly Long Beach for all! The City of Long Beach is encouraging businesses, agencies and organizations to implement father friendly policies and practices that make places and spaces better for the whole family. This campaign works to acknowledge the important role that fathers play in their child’s life; fathers are caregivers, nurturers and role models to their children. Let’s empower and celebrate our dads by building a supportive community that will let fathers, their children and the whole Long Beach community thrive! For more information, please visit http://www.longbeach.gov/fatherhood