AAPI Youth@Work Career Pathways Initiative
Paid internships in private & government
sectors for ages 14-24! In partnership with LA County WDACS.
Click below to fill out FACE preliminary interest form and apply today!
What is it?
Long Term Career
FACE's AAPI Career Pathways Initiative is a partnership with LA County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services that provides youth with paid internship opportunities in public and private sectors. In addition to job training, through this unique opportunity, AAPI Interns will be able to gain leadership skills and be mentored by influential leaders from CEOs to government officials.
Click the button below to fill out FACE's preliminary interest form!
What You Do
Earn $15 per hour
120 hours of paid training and work experience. *
Over 700 internship sites at Businesses, Non-Profits, & LA County Government such as Parks & Recreation, LA County Supervisors, District Attorney's Office and more!
Jobs include administrative, clerical, IT, hospitality, etc.
Opportunity to network with County leadership!
Do you qualify?
LA County Residents Ages 14-24
Must have the right to work in the United States
If male and 18 years old or older, you may be required to register for Selective Service
* For County placements, upon completion of 120 hours, candidates will be eligible to compete for 1 year full time internships and then potential permanent county work positions.
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Choose from over 700 sites which private, government and non-profit opportunities fit your interest!
Hear what past & present participants gained and what future participants are hoping for!
Take a look at the excitement and support surrounding this initiative!
Dakota, Age 15
FACE Youth Ambassador
I am excited to have the opportunity to gain work experience and leadership skills that can be applicable towards my future career! Thank you FACE!
Amanda, Age 18
Thanks to Youth @ Work, I was able to obtain some job experience. At the time, I had a lot of difficulty searching for a place to start gaining job experience and because of this program, I was able to do so.
Halena, Age 18
My experience working for the Youth @ Work intern was amazing! I learned so many more valuable life skills that will definitely help me out in my future and expand my knowledge of customer service, teamworking, leadership, problem-solving, communication, and so much valuable skills!