LA Fellows: A unique collaboration combining professional development and volunteerism as a meaningful pathway to employment.

LA Fellows are an esteemed group of motivated, hard working, enthusiastic individuals, with solid work experience, who are looking for their next opportunity.

They receive nine weeks of training at Los Angeles Valley College and volunteer their time and talents by sharing their professional expertise at local non-profit organizations.

LA Fellows gain invaluable career growth skills, job search assistance, and give back to the community while seeking full-time employment.

Our next knowledge management training session will begin in August 2017. Informational sessions will take place starting in June. Please click here for dates and times. If you would like more information prior to the information sessions, please call (818) 947-2941 and ask for Mary Turner or Allison Silver.

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