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The South Bay One Stop Career Center

The South Bay One Stop Career Center provides many services for youth and young adults, both in school and out of school, ages 14-24 years old. Services include pre employment training, work experience and internships, career preparation, occupational skill training, academic enrichment and job placement assistance.


JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!

JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!

Download the PDF file to get a complete list of companies hiring youth now in the South Bay Area.

JOBS FOR YOUTH IN THE SOUTH BAY

14 to 24 Years Old

The South Bay One Stop Business & Career Center is a great place to start your job search. The services at the One Stop Center are provided at no cost to you.Our job developers will help you find and land your first job or put you on a path to a successful career. Download the list of companies hiring youth in the South Bay now!

CONTACT US!

CONTACT US!

Contact one of our job coordinators in your area to get started TODAY!

CONTACT A JOB COORDINATOR TO GET STARTED TODAY!
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Inglewood Area

Lily Albarran

Inglewood One Stop
110 S. La Brea Ave.
Inglewood, CA 90301
(310) 680-3818

Gardena Area

Elizabeth Trujillo

Gardena One-Stop
16801 S. Western Ave.,
Gardena, CA 90247
(310) 538-7065<

Carson Area

Latoya Butler or Romeo Hebron

Carson One-Stop
801 E. Carson St., Suite 117, Carson, CA 90745
(310) 952-1762

Hawthorne, Lawndale, El Segundo

Gloria Garcia

Hawthorne Teen Center
3901 W. El Segundo Blvd.,
Hawthorne, CA 90250
(310) 970-7002

Torrance, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach & Hermosa Beach

Yesenia Tercero

Torrance One-Stop
1220 Engracia Ave.,
Torrance, CA 90501
(310) 680-3830

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS

Attend one of our free workshops and classes, check the monthly calendar for listings.

CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS
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SEARCH FOR JOBS!

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2016 Blueprint for Workplace Success Job Fair Results

 
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Blueprint for Workplace Success

Job Preparation Training

Blueprint I - How to get a job. This course is designed for entry-level workers who want to gain practical skills for landing a job. Learn how to communicate effectively, prepare a winning resume, how to contact employers and perform an effective interview, time management skills, understanding workplace issues and much more!

Blueprint II - How to keep a job. This is an interactive job retention training class that assists workers in developing skills for success and career advancement. It builds on skills learned in Blueprint I, and takes the student into more depth and covers additional topics such as, teamwork and leadership, critical thinking and problem solving, managing conflicts and working in a cultural diverse environment.

For more information and to place an order please call Jessica Kim (310) 970-7700

 

 

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FIT FOR GOLD PROGRAM

Tutoring & Fitness Acadamy

FIT FOR GOLD PROGRAM

Curriculum includes training in mentoring, nutrition and homework assistance. Earn wages for mentoring younger kids. Develop citizenship and leadership skills while improving academic performance.

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SOUTH BAY PROMISE

College Preparation Program

SOUTH BAY PROMISE

The South Bay Promise Program assists high school students to make a seamless transition to college. Some benefits include, free tuition & books at El Camino College and guaranteed admission to Cal State University, Dominguez Hills.

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BRIDGE TO WORK PROGRAM

Paid work experience for youth and young adults.

BRIDGE TO WORK PROGRAM

On the job training for youth and young adults, both in school and out of school. Training is comprised of work readiness classroom training, paid work experience and job placement assistance.

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JOB CLUB

Job placement services for youth and young adults.

JOB CLUB

Staff-assisted job search: cover letters, resumes, interview techniques and job leads.

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SUMMER JOBS PROGRAM

Annual program that provides first-time work experience to youth and young adults ages 14-24 at various city governments and community based organizations. Youth go through 20 hours of personal enrichment training and later are placed at employers to work an average of 100 hours.

CAREER PATHWAYS

Through the Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Technology Linked Learning (AMETLL) Consortium, career pathways have been developed. Work based learning activities Include worksite visits and company tours, guest speakers, job shadowing and internships.

BRIDGE TO CAREER PATHWAYS

Out of school youth and young adult program focusing on a Learn and Earn Model and On-The-Job training. Opportunities include working in Advanced Manufacturing, Construction, Healthcare, Hospitality customer service, trade logistics and utilities.

South Bay Youth Teen Centers

 
Inglewood Teen Center

Inglewood Teen Center

A place where teens can have fun with games and activities and learn with computers, workshops and fieldtrips.

THE INGLEWOOD TEEN CENTER
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For youth ages 13-17

HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Some late night or weekend events will be scheduled.

LOCATION: 101 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301 (310) 680–3701

SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES (No Cost) Academics and Homework Assistance: Tutoring, SAT and CAHSEE Prep College Preparation Leadership Workshops Computer and Internet access Community Service Projects Enrichment / Fun and Game Programs: Arts and Craft club Guitar Lessons Video Games tournaments Field Trips Connections to Parks and Recreations activities Billards, Ping Pong, and Board Games

 
Hawthorne Teen Center

Hawthorne Teen Center

A place to “hang out” after-school and have fun.

THE HAWTHORNE TEEN CENTER
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For youth ages 13-17

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday – Friday, 3:00 – 6:00 PM Some scheduled Saturday activities.

LOCATION:  3901 El Segundo Blvd. Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 970-7002

No Cost SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES Games (pool, video games, Nintendo Wii, foosball, board games, air hockey, etc.) Computer access (6-8 computer stations) Homework assistance, SAT and CAHSEE Prep Training Workshops (character and leadership, job preparation, college readiness and career counseling) Job training services Counseling and family mediation services Sports and recreation activities Field trips (Dodger games, Universal City Walk, Magic Mountain, College Campuses)

 

Gaby Goetz
Youth Program Manager
South Bay One-Stop Business & Career Center
110 S. La Brea Ave., 3rd Floor
Inglewood, CA 90301
Office: 310.680.3700
ggoetz@sbwib.org

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