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The Verdugo Jobs Center offers multiple programs to connect the Verdugo region’s job seekers— including individuals with disabilities, those experiencing homelessness, and veterans—with professional development opportunities and valuable resources.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all workshops and events have been canceled until further notice. For more information on the VJC’s operations, visit the COVID-19 Information for Workers page. 


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Looking For Work?

Attend the VJC Orientation

Every Monday at  10:00 AM







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Interested In Training? 

The Verdugo Jobs Center Can Help!

*Training subject to eligibility requirements and funding availability. 

If you are interested in participating in a training program, click here











How to find ETPL

Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL)

Search Approved Training Provider and Courses 









 Is your Desired Career in Demand?

Need Labor Market Information?






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Section 3 Employment Program 

 Construction jobs 










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The RIISE Project

Target: Individuals that are homeless and are either Foster Youth,                                                   Victims of Domestic Violence, have disabilities, or are receiving Government                                  Assistance. 

The VJC will provide counseling, career guidance, work readiness workshops and more

To learn more about how to qualify, contact:

Edwin Velasquez (818) 937 - 8062





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Training and Job placement services for individuals with disabilities

For information contact

Tina Hartyon 818-937-8080










Community Programs 


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 Glendale Community College

 Free  ESL classes

Level 4 High Intermediate - English for Work










Aviation Certificate Program at 

Glendale Community College 

Aviation Department

1500 N Verdugo Rd., Glendale, CA 91208








CalEIT Flyer

 California Earned income tax credit flyer

The California EITC puts money back into the pockets of

California's working families and individuals.

In 2019, the Cal EITC provided almost $400 million to 

  • more than 2 million working Californians.

To learn more about eligibility or how to claim these tax credits, please visit








Leadership Pasadena

Verdugo Jobs Center has partnered up with

Leadership Pasadena to provide leadership classes to veterans in our community.

Plus: Career Counseling                                                                                                                            Job Placement Help.                                                                                                                          Vocational Training for industry recognized credential/certification.                                                  On-the-job training options. Job readiness and retention services and MORE