The Glendale Youth Alliance invites you to our upcoming 25th Anniversary Gala & Award Ceremony! The event will take place on October 25, 2018 at 6PM, at the Armenian Society of Los Angeles. Every dollar raised through this event will be invested in the future workforce of our community!
Tickets may be purchased online via Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gya-25th-anniversary-gala-awards-ceremony-tickets-50668884999
For more information, please contact Tina Osborn at (818) 548-2714 or via email at TOsborn@Glendaleca.gov
The Glendale Youth Alliance is now accepting applications for the following youth employment programs:
To qualify, youth must be between 18-24 years of age and not attending school
Interested applicants must apply on the City of Glendale's NeoGov system.
For more information, please click on the appropriate program link.
The Glendale Youth Alliance (GYA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a partnership between government, education, businesses and our community. Community leaders established GYA in 1993 with a mission to provide jobs and employment preparedness training for low-income youth ages 14-24. GYA programs are designed to build civic values in youth, provide a foundation to learn job skills and to become productive participants of the workforce. GYA operates five programs on a spectrum that provide mentored employment to youth and has provided first time employment and training to over 10,000 local youth.
GYA programs strive to empower and educate, according to each individual's specific needs by providing resources to help youth recognize their own value and potential, giving them the tools needed for a better future.As we all know jobs change lives. A job can change the life of an adult professional and more so, the life of a young man or a woman seeking to find their place in the world to become self-sustaining.
GYA programs make special efforts in assisting youth with further barriers to employment such as foster youth, youth with disabilities, parenting youth and youth who are on probation. These groups generally have a harder time in entering the workforce. GYA not only provides employment opportunities for these youth, but comprehensive services to meet their human needs.