LOST ANGELS WORK PROGRAM

This program is for 18-24 year olds who live in the Antelope Valley, or are able to commute to our training facility in Lancaster, CA.

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12-WEEK PROGRAM
THE BREAKDOWN

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6-WEEK APPRENTICESHIP

Students learn classic car repair and shop skills in a hands-on training program. All while receiving soft skills training provided by The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE).

The class begins fabricating simple structures almost immediately. All students must pass a drug test to participate in the program and also receive forklift training and certification.

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6-WEEK ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

During the program, apprentices have the opportunity to join Lost Angels as paid skilled laborers earning 15-16 dollars an hour and continue their training by applying skills learned towards classic car restoration.

 

The program teaches highly transferable skills designed to help students land jobs in aeronautics, aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing industries. 

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Barrier Assessment

  • GED/Diploma

  • Driver Permit/License

  • Housing

  • Reliable transportation

  • Criminal records

  • Food insecurity

  • Healthcare needs

Soft Skills

  • Resume building

  • Mock interviews

  • Job search training

  •  LACOE’s award-winning “Bring Your ‘A’ Game to Work” curriculum

Industry Basics

Hands-on Vocational Training in:

  • Welding & fabrication

  • Blueprinting

  • Engine assembly

  • Basic electrical

  • Auto body & paint

  • Composites

Paid Job Training

  • Hired by Lost Angels

  • Continued industry basics training

  • Drug screening

  • Forklift certification

  • Graduate with money in your pocket and experience on your resume

Career Placement

With the help of our partners, the program assists in finding permanent employment after graduation. 

THE WHY

THE SOLUTION

After years of working with students in our after-school program, we realized one of the biggest struggles our young people faced after turning 18 was landing that first job.

In 2020, LACP partnered with the City of Lancaster, Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), and America’s Job Center (AJCC) to create a program called Lost Angels Work Program. The program offers job training and transitional employment in an industrial manufacturing and automotive restoration social enterprise to transition-age youth (16-24 years) experiencing poverty and homelessness.

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