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Hub Cities Board Meetings
- Sep 15, 2016 - Agenda

Job Announcements
- Project Director: System Navigation
- Management Analyst

- Public Notice - RFP for Legal Services
- RFP for Legal Services
- Q & A - RFP for Legal Services

- HP Supervisor, Hilda Solis

Welcome to Hub Cities One-Stop Center

WorkSource California is a network of workforce experts that leverage funding and resources across the Los Angeles region to provide job seekers and businesses with no-cost, high value employment and training services. Hub Cities Consortium is a proud partner of WorkSource California, an initiative of the Los Angeles County Workforce Investment Board.

Hub Cities One-Stop Career Center provides a comprehensive system of training, placement and career planning for job seekers throughout Southern California. We also offer an array of services for businesses and employers, such as human resources and consulting services, labor market information, and economic development resources.

Hub Cities One-Stop Career Center provides workshops on topics ranging from new business ventures to career enhancement skills. We offer vocational classroom training and work related programs. A network of public kiosks connects users in local cities to our Web site, where they can search for business, training and supportive services, look for jobs, or access the vast resources available on the Internet.

Hub Cities One-Stop Career Center, based in Huntington Park, California, was founded in 1988 as the primary public job training and placement center for residents of the cities of Huntington Park, South Gate, Lynwood, Cudahy, Maywood and Bell Gardens.

The Los Angeles County Workforce Investment Board funds Hub Cities One-Stop Career Center employment and training programs.

Hub Cities consortium, a WIOA Title I financially assisted program/activity operative, is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.