If You Were Laid off from Los Angeles Unified School District You May Be Eligible for Re-Employment Services under a National Emergency Grant

Thanks to a multi-million dollar National Emergency Grant (NEG) from the U.S. Department of Labor, the Los Angeles County Workforce Investment Board has received funds as part of the California Multi-Sector Workforce Partnership to assist individuals impacted by recent layoffs.

The aim of this program is to provide retraining and career transition needs to individuals who experienced layoffs.

Additionally, we also provide assistance to employers with job openings to locate well-qualified employees.

On behalf of North East San Gabriel Valley WorkSource Center, I would like to briefly introduce you to our organization and to our Training and Supportive Services Program. Our business is to successfully match our participants with employers at no cost to the employer. Our grant funding, under the Workforce Investment Act, is designed to help train a new employee in learning a new skill or adding skills necessary to hire a valuable employee and supportive services.


  • Car Payment, insurance, registration
  • Bus/Train Pass
  • Utility Bills (cell or home, electric or gas)
  • Work Attire, Shoes

I am happy to explain the entire program in detail to you by phone or in person. We are here to assist you with job placement, training services and supportive services. We look forward to speaking with you if you are interested in learning more about our program.

Giovanna Garnett: (323) 454-6122 or ggarnett@mcscareergroup.com