Archdiocesan Youth Employment (AYE) teaches real world work skills that are essential to enable young people to secure employment.
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Youth Employment Services
Archdiocesan Youth Employment (AYE) Services provides job training, education and career planning for young people from low-income neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
AYE career and learning centers offer job placement assistance and computer labs for career exploration.
In addition, AYE provides paid internships with placements in business and community-based organizations. Many of these paid jobs are in banking, medical and retail industries, offering exposure to a wide array of careers.
AYE partners with community colleges, apprenticeship training programs and vocational schools to provide post-secondary training opportunities to prepare youth for America’s future jobs.
Such experience teaches real world work ethics and skills that are essential to enable young people to secure employment, continue their education and pursue viable career paths.
Get Educated! Gain Experience! Get Hired!
Robert Gutierrez, AYE Director
The City of Los Angeles Workforce Development Department posted a short video featuring Catholic Charities’ Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services’ (AYE) Worksource Center in South Los Angeles.
To watch the video, click on the image below.
A tour of EWDD's South LA YouthSource Center at LA Southwest College
"These opportunities are golden" @LAEWDD South LA YouthSource center can assist young Angelenos from ages 14-24 by providing real world job experience. To learn more, visit our center at @LASCCampus.Posted by Economic & Workforce Development Department on Monday, July 15, 2019
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