Find Your Future participants
Find Your Future
Find Your Future helps young Angelenos find jobs that align with their interests and will kick off their careers. Developed in partnership with the City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Find Your Future’s online portal lets young job seekers access free career planning resources, and connect to employers and an online support community.
of cost-free community college for eligible students
in full-time enrollment for LAUSD first-time college students
LA College Promise
Los Angeles College Promise (LACP) is the realization of a bold vision to make higher education attainable for any striving young Angeleno. Launched in 2017 as a partnership between the Mayor’s Fund, the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity, and the Los Angeles Community College District, LACP provides two years of free community college tuition for eligible LAUSD graduates. The LACP model has now been adopted statewide as California College Promise, giving millions of first-time students a path to college.
elected officials in attendance
All 50 States & D.C.
National League of Cities
In November 2018, Los Angeles hosted the National League of Cities Annual City Summit, a convening of local government leaders to exchange ideas and strategies around economic development, climate change, transportation, and more. Representing city leaders at all levels, the City Summit showcased LA’s 21st-century leadership on sustainability and innovation. It also provided high visibility for the release of new tools to help city governments realize data-driven policy solutions.
VolunteerLA Corps members
VolunteerLA’s mission is to revitalize LA’s culture of service by making volunteer opportunities accessible and meaningful, and by building collaborations that inspire citizen engagement. Through an online platform of service opportunities and active measures to coordinate and track volunteerism, VolunteerLA is helping Angelenos create positive change in their city.
women and girls attended 2019 conference
brands and vendors at 2019’s Expo
gender equity conference led by an LA mayoral administration
Women Move LA
For three years, Los Angeles has convened City officials, business and community leaders, and hundreds of LAUSD students for conversations and workshops on gender equity. At 2019’s Third Annual State of Women & Girls Address and Expo, Mayor Garcetti and First Lady Amy Elaine Wakeland announced the first-ever international gender equity network for cities, which will make gender equity tools developed in LA available to cities across the globe.