Volume 21 | March, 2019
#WeAreDACE Newsletter
The LAUSD Division of Adult and Career Education (DACE), part of the Division of Instruction, brings you the stories, pictures, videos, and events that showcase the exciting, dynamic work happening daily around supporting our adult learners so they can accomplish their dreams. Join the DACE family as we engage our communities to show our pride in being a pathway of hope for thousands of students each year! # WeAreDACE!
100% DACE hospitality cohort students placed in union jobs!
The Successful Partnership Between Evans Community Adult School, the Hospitality Training Academy, and the Downtown/Pico Union WorkSource Center has Lead to Employment for Evans’ ESL Students

LAUSD is “All In” for Apprenticeship
Anna Gray and Oscar Meyer, apprenticeship advisors, and Chris Cabrera, LAUSD apprentice, participated in the District’s “All In for Public Education” event at the Museum of Tolerance on February 27, 2019.

DACE students get 46 medals at SkillsUSA Regional Leadership & Skills Conference!
Year after year the Los Angeles Unified School District – Division of Adult and Career Education (DACE) continues to partner with the nationally recognized organization SkillsUSA to help each student to excel in different Career Technical Education pathways.

Los Angeles Technology Center construction success story
A little over a year ago, Geoff Smith made a living moving furniture and doing the occasional handyman job. Customers sometimes offered him better paying construction work, but, regretfully, Geoff declined because he didn’t have the skills needed to do the job right. Luckily, he came to LA Technology Center...

USC + East Los Angeles Occupational Center (ELAOC) partnership
East Los Angeles Occupational Center is proud to be associated with the University of Southern California’s Community Partnership for Civic Engagement and is excited to continue building a solid working relationship with its Executive Director, Ms. Dulce Acosta.

Success story from Maxine Waters Employment Prep Center & West Adams WorkSource Center
Sonia Gonzalez had a dream to work in the medical field, but she didn’t know where to start or how to pay for training. Fortunately, Sonia came to the West Adams WorkSource Center.

Diversity Apprenticeship Program offered by The Broad Museum (deadline to apply: April 5)
A 9-month, full-time apprenticeship in art handling. No previous experience required. Paid training with experienced preparators/ art handlers.

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