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Los Angeles Southwest College, 1600 W Imperial Hwy, Los Angeles, CA 90047


The 4th Homeless Service Professionals Job Fair

Calling all job seekers.

Please mark your calendars for the 4th Homeless Service Professionals Job Fair on January 17, 2019!

Mayor Eric Garcetti, the L.A. Homeless Services Authority, the County of L.A. Homeless Initiative, Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, United Way of Greater L.A., Workforce Development Systems, and L.A. Southwest College invite you to the fourth Homeless Service Professionals Job Fair:

We will have 30+ employers in attendance, who are looking to fill hundreds of positions throughout the greater L.A. area — everything from case managers and outreach workers to housing navigators, supervisors and executives.

Join us for our job fair and learn about the incredible impact you can have to help people get all the support they need to start a new chapter. You can help change lives.

Types of Positions:

Direct Service / Entry Level: case managers, outreach workers, housing navigators, employment specialists, administration, finance, and more;
Management / Supervisory Level: supervisors, coordinators, program managers and directors, and similar positions;
Professional Level and Executive Level: with advanced degrees such as MSW, MPP, MPH, LCSW, certifications; senior management

On-site Resources Available:
- Resume review and editing
- Interviewing preparation and tips
- Connections to more local services

Please RSVP at:

***The job fair will be held inside the Thomas G. Larkin Fitness and Wellness Center.


This job initiative is led in partnership with Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the County of Los Angeles Homeless Initiative, Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, the City of LA's Workforce Development Board (WDB), the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD), the County's Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS), host Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC), and the CSU5, comprised of the five California State Universities that serve the greater Los Angeles region.