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As one of the most culturally diverse cities in the nation, Los Angeles is an unrivaled treasure trove of creative expression, food choices, and community groups pushing our city forward. Los Angeles County includes many cities and communities home to and popular among our corps members and alumni. Central L.A., or “Mid City,” is brimming with landmarks, retail, and housing opportunities and is situated between the West Side (Santa Monica, Brentwood, Venice), Downtown, and South LA (Exposition Park, Historic South Central, Baldwin Hills, and Inglewood, to name just a few). Downtown-adjacent Koreatown is an apartment-laden community with wonderful food. Below the San Fernando Valley, you’ll catch all the entertainment buzz Hollywood has to offer, while toward the east you’ll find the communities of Silver Lake, Los Feliz, and Echo Park, and beyond that, Boyle Heights and Lincoln Heights in East LA.  

 

Eligibility Requirements

In order to apply and work in Los Angeles you will need: 

  • A bachelor's Degree (by the first day of summer training)
  • A minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Citizen, National/Legal Resident, or DACA Status

DACA

The Los Angeles region places corps members with DACA status in schools. In addition, we provide support from staff and have relationships with regional organizations who support DACA recipients with legal and social support. 

LGBTQ Legal Protections

California is proud to be a state that prohibits employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. California also backs LGBTQ individuals on all laws and policies that affect the community. 

Learn more about LGBTQ employment protections in California.