LA Youth at Work needs volunteers to serve as mock interviewers
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The LA Youth at Work program trains youth (16-24 years of age) to become work ready. The youth we work with go through a 3 hour, Job Skills Workshop (JSW) and a Work Readiness Certification Interview (WRC).
LA Youth at Work needs volunteers at a WRC to serve as mock interviewer. To volunteer you do not need to attend a training. The first time you volunteer as an interviewer, you will be asked to come in for a 30 min orientation to teach you the process. Please, click on this link to view and RSVP to upcoming events: http://www.layouthatwork.org/interview_events
We will have a short orientation at 8:30 am, please arrive by then and dress professionally.
The interviewer (YOU):
- Will review resume and application
- Will conduct the interview using a scoring rubric
- Will provide feedback to the student about areas they are doing well or areas that need to be improved
- Will complete the checklist and scoring rubric
- The whole interview process should take no more than 30 min
- Each youth will have an appointment time
- They are asked to bring their resume and a typed application
- When they arrive, we’ll check for punctuality, and we’ll give them a math test as well as a customer quiz
- They will also complete a hard copy application
- Once done with the steps mentioned above, they will proceed to the interview room where an adult volunteer (YOU) will conduct the interview.
To participate in the program, please RSVP at any upcoming events: https://www.layouthatwork.org/interview_events
If you have any questions, please contact Johana Garcia at email@example.com.
350 S. Bixel Street, Ste. 160, Los Angeles, CA 90017, US
UNITE-LA is the School-to-Career (STC) partnership that facilitates STC initiatives and activities throughout the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), and the City of Los Angeles. Creating and implementing diverse and enriching programs and opportunities that support STC, UNITE-LA provides a seamless sequence of school- and work-based learning opportunities as well as connecting activities aimed at creating a vital link between classroom learning and â real worldâ living.
Presently there are approximately 8-900,000 students in UNITE-LA service area. UNITE-LA represents more than 660 traditional school sites and 240 learning centers throughout LAUSD as well as the nine community colleges within the City of Los Angeles. Targeting both in-and out-of-school youth, UNITE-LA also works with more than 15 local non-profit and city agencies targeting at-risk youth and many, many more community based, labor, government and other organizations. UNITE-LA strives to capture the interest of all students, starting as early as kindergarten to foster a life-long love of learning, academic achievement, and overall personal and career success.Business/Professional Involvement:
Employers and professional organizations are an integral part of UNITE-LA and School-to-Career. Hundreds of area organizations â large and small â are supporting UNITE-LA and School-to-Career in a number of ways: in-class speaking opportunities, workplace field trips, job shadowing and mentoring, on-the-job training, internships, scholarship programs and career fairs are just some of the ways our professional partners are making an invaluable contribution to the success of UNITE-LA and School-to-Career.
1527 Lakme AveWilmington, CA 90744
- People 55+
- Must be at least 25
- 3 hours