September 4, 2021, federal unemployment insurance (UI) benefit programs created under the CARES Act will expire in California and across the states.
Three million+ California workers impacted by expiration of these critical federal programs were notified by the Employment Development Department (EDD). In an effort to support these Californians, EDD is partnering with Covered California, the Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Department of Social Services to promote other vital state-run benefit programs and that can help Californians in need. These include low-cost health care, rent relief and utility aid, and access to food assistance, which have been significantly expanded by the American Rescue Plan and California Comeback Plan.
For example, these workers are entitled to over $234 per person per month for food via CalFresh (GetCalFresh.org). They are also eligible for 100 percent rent and utilities via Housing is Key (HousingIsKey.com), as well as free or low-cost coverage for as low as $1 per month for workers who received unemployment benefits through Covered California and Medi-Cal (coveredca.com). EDD recently posted links to these benefits to the on-line accounts of UI recipients, including to GetCalFresh.org, which boosted CalFresh (i.e., SNAP) applications by 108,000 people this summer.
Verduugoo School to Career Coalition (VWDB) meetings are open to the public. Any member of the public who wishes to participate must contact Diana Antonio at least 48 hours before the meeting date to receive meeting call-in information.
The meeting will begin promptly at 9:30 A.M.
RSVP to: Diana Antonio @ (818) 937-8081, dantonioATglendaleca.gov
Together for L.A., powered by LAEDC, invites you to join our upcoming complimentary webinar this Tuesday, June 29 at 10:00AM PT, to learn about recovery and resilience resources for your small business with presentations focused on reopening, programs, grants, etc.
Together for L.A. is a collaborative of partners working together to advance a more equitable, sustainable and resilient economic recovery by offering no cost consulting and support to women and diverse-owned small businesses, funded by Wells Fargo.
With various global and local privacy laws (GDPR & CCPA) and standards in collecting personal data such as email, phone number, cookie or mobile ID, it is going to be more and more important for businesses who plan to advertise to do it in such a way they are more efficient.
Glendale businesses that engage in any type of digital marketing will need to understand what is happening so they can prepare themselves as they engage in any type of digital advertising in the future including working with the big platforms like Facebook and Google.This will be an online event, April 28, 2021 from 2-3pm. Click here for more information about event
In this LAEDC economic analysis webinar, Shannon Sedgwick, director of LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics offers perspective and analysis of the latest labor market and jobs data from California EDD, published 8-24-20. In addition LAEDC economist Tyler Laferriere discusses housing prices and the stock and bond market relative to the economic recession. LAEDC CEO Bill Allen introduces the speakers and provides an overview.
Verdugo Workforce Development Board One-Stop Partnership Quarterly Meeting will be June 16, 2020 at 9:30am . A Conference Call . To participate in this meeting via conference call, please contact Diana Antonio at: dantonioATglendaleca.gov
Attached is the agenda for the next One-Stop Partners Meeting this Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Click here to download