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Job and Family Resource Fair

Event Address

East Los Angeles College
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
Monterey Park, CA 91754
United States

Job and Family Resource Fair

Registration Now Open!

  • Full time and part time employment opportunities
  • Paid and unpaid internship and apprenticeship programs
  • Help with Medi-Cal, CalFresh, WIC, CalWorks and more


Additional Resources

  • The Strong Workforce Program offers Career Technical Education (CTE) opportunities leading to high-demand, high-wage jobs so students can get employed and improve their earnings.
  • CalJobs, OnwardCA, and CareerOneStop help job seekers find jobs, apply for them, get professional training and support, and answer their employment related questions.
  • From entry-level jobs to student opportunities to full career paths, offers a wide variety of opportunities for job applicants, including jobs fairs for diverse employers. Use or to apply to work for a state or local government office and provide essential services to your fellow Californians every day.
  • A lack of access to childcare is often a barrier preventing parents from working. Call 211 or visit for childcare services, as well as early childhood education, school readiness, and welfare-to-work services information and referrals. Visit the CA Department of Education to learn more about childcare and schools reopening.
  • My Next Move is an interactive tool created by the US Department of Labor for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. There is also a My Next Move specialized website for Veterans, as well as for Spanish speakers.
  • Through an apprenticeship program, you can obtain paid, relevant workplace experience while acquiring the skills and credentials that employer's value. 94% of apprentices who complete an apprenticeship retain employment. Visit gov to learn more.
  • The Miguel Contreras Foundation helps people of color, formerly incarcerated Californians, immigrants, women, and others find better jobs through its readiness training and placement programs. The MCF can also connect job seekers with worker centers, partnerships, academies, and other resources.
  • Homeboy Industries offers adult and career training programs in the Los Angeles community for those seeking to transform their lives. Call their workforce development department at 323-526-1254 ext. 333 for more information.
  • As two of the largest job posting and recruiting sites in the world, Monster and Indeed are used by countless employers to fill vacant job positions around the world. Idealist and Foundation List are great places for those who wish to work in the nonprofit sector.
  • New tools, technology skills training, and other resources for job seekers available from LinkedIn, Microsoft Learn, and GitHub are available for free at