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Chabot Las Positas Community College


Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) has joined forces with Career Expansion in developing ways to better serve the educational needs of adult learners, provide guided pathways to skilled employment and to support career growth opportunities in underserved communities. CLPCCD serves students in the San Francisco East Bay Area, particularly southern Alameda County, through its two colleges: Chabot College in Hayward and Las Positas College in Livermore. The Department of Economic Development and Contract Education supports the collaboration of education, business and industry to provide skilled workers throughout the State.

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Coastline Community College 

Coastline College partnered with Career Expansion in early 2016  to offer short-term, highly-successful, job-readiness training to fill today’s labor gaps.   At Coastline College, student success is at the core of our mission. . Coastline focusses on educational programs that lead job attainment and to rewarding careers. Coastline is proud to hold a Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding and multiple contracts with Corporations across the country. These partnerships represent our dedication to each student, and we are here to assist students in achieving your education and career goals.

Compton Adult 


“Compton Adult School as a member school of Compton Unified School District is proud to collaborate with Career Expansion to offer MC3 certification to members of our community, allowing them the opportunity to become employable, marketable, and able to compete for family sustaining wages and careers.” 

Additional Partners

Housing Authority of the City of

Los Angeles

HACLA is committed to preserving, enhancing, and expanding deeply affordable housing and improving the quality of life for Angelenos with a focus on People, Place, and Pathways to Opportunity.

The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.

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The free employment services offered to adults, dislocated workers, Veterans, the homeless and the re-entry population include:

  • Free job training, telephone and computer access, and literacy skills workshops

  • Employment referrals

  • Customized job matching, placement and listings via

  • Resume and interview skills building

  • Career guidance and program placement assistance

Watts Worksource Center


JVS Southern California


Empowering individuals to achieve dignity and economic independence through sustainable employment.


Workforce Development Board

We specialize in business solutions for employers seeking a trained workforce and the funds to access upskill training for existing and new employees. SELACO also specializes in career solutions for job seekers as they gain the skills necessary to secure long term employment. 

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Through a network of partners, Goodwill Southern California Employment Centers bring job seekers and employers together in one place. Employers receive assistance finding candidates and screening prospective employees, and career seekers receive assistance in the following areas:

  • One-on-One Career Counseling

  • Job Search Strategies

  • Access to Computer, Internet, Phone, Fax and Copier

  • Resume Writing

  • Computer and Skills Training

  • Interview Workshops

  • Financial Management

  • Access to Community Resources

  • Text Books, Bus Passes, and other Work Tools

  • On-the-Job Training Opportunities

  • Career Development and Job Leads

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Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services 

The Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services (AYE) of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc. provides over 2,000 less privileged youth with job training, educational and career services each year. An additional 1,500 young people receive referral and job placement assistance through an extensive network of employers and community organizations.


Workforce Development Aging & Community Service

The mission of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) is to connect communities and improve the lives of all generations in Los Angeles County.  We achieve our mission through effective, partnership-driven services and initiatives that:

  • Connect individuals to careers and employers to a skilled workforce

  • Ensure the well-being of older and dependent adults in the community

  • Resolve conflict and improve human relations in our diverse County

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation


To facilitate the successful reintegration of the individuals in our care back to their communities equipped with the tools to be drug-free, healthy, and employable members of society by providing education, treatment, rehabilitative, and restorative justice programs, all in a safe and humane environment.

The Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving Asian Pacific Islanders and other under-served communities with substance abuse services throughout Los Angeles County. Programs and services are provided to all individuals regardless of race or ethnicity.


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