Upcoming Events – Jan-Feb, 2016

Below please find upcoming events in our communities

JANUARY

January 20
Homeless Court Citation Clinic on January 20, 2016
10am to 2pm
First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood
60547 Yucca St.
LA, CA 90028

Assisting adults who are homeless and/or at risk of being homeless throughout Los Angeles County who may also struggle with:

  • Mental Illness
  • Substance abuse
  • Co-occurring disorders, or
  • Veteran related issues

Click to download the flyer with additional information

FEBRUARY

Youth Job FairFebruary 11
Los Angeles Opportunity Fair
LA Convention Center South Hall
Register and schedule and interview at: www.100kOpportunities.org/LA
Ages 16 – 24
If you are between 16 & 24 years old, more than 20 national and local companies are looking for you at the LA Opportunity Fair
Download Flyer!

Ongoing!
Internships with the Office of Public Engagement – LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
For undergraduate or graduate students or recent grads of 2 or 4 yr University or Vocational School.
Download the PDF for full details and contact information

Ongoing!
MAYOR GARCETTI ANNOUNCES NEW FUND FOR ART AND CULTURE IN PUBLIC SPACES
Arts Activation Fund will award $200,000 in grants to support the creation and installation of art and cultural projects throughout Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES—Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced the launch of a $200,000 grant program that will support the work of local artists and bring new vibrancy to public spaces across L.A.

The Arts Activation Fund, a partnership between Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets Initiative and the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), will provide funding to artists with inspiring ideas for public art projects and cultural events in their neighborhoods.

“Art has the power to transform our perception, attitude and behavior — and is especially impactful when it lives in places that are accessible to everyone,” said Mayor Garcetti. “The Arts Activation Fund will support the creative genius that thrives in our city, and give Angelenos an opportunity to reimagine public spaces in their neighborhoods as vibrant, exciting, and creative places.”
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