Each Monday, nearly 50 job seekers meet with Women At Work Job Developer, Perla Bernal. For one hour each week, the group discusses employment trends, exchanges ideas and provides encouraging support. Each attendee receives a list of Hot Jobs, - OVER 100 EACH WEEK! – generated from the Women At Work Resource Center and job database. Guest speakers from local businesses and HR departments attend frequently offering friendly advice, insight and tips. If you are a job seeker looking for an extra boost of motivation and some fresh leads, the Women At Work Job Club may be the place for you!
Job Club is open to the public and is available on a first come, first served basis. They begin promptly at 12:30 pm each Monday. $3 donation is requested to attend. Employers with job leads or who are interested in supporting Job Club should contact Perla Bernal at 626-796-6870.
SAVE THE DATE our next Employer’s Forum is set for Wednesday, October 16, 2013 from 3-5pm. Details to come.
Three reasons to join Women At Work Job Club
- Each Job Club attendee receives a first-hand look at the Women At Work generated Hot Jobs list before it is distributed to other clients. Women At Work manages an average of 200 new job opportunities each month. For those that think there are no jobs out there, it is simply not true.
- Opportunity to connect with others that share similar circumstances. Feel support, share ideas, information and successes from peers in the same situation. Renew your motivation to improve, enhance and continue your job search.
- A chance to connect with and hear announcements from local employers and community partners. Women At Work has lots of friends in the community who regularly contact us with job leads and career resources. For example, LA Urban League partners with Women At Work to provide increased accesses to supportive services like gas cards for the first three weeks of employment, gift certificates to Ross to purchase professional clothing, as well as financial assistance for purchasing necessary tools or clothing like uniforms.
For more information on Job Club, contact Ms. Perla Bernal, Women At Work Job Developer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Job Club meets every Monday at 12:30 sharp. A $2 donation is requested to attend.