In addition to these sites, see listing of American Indian Agencies for local employment assistance. Each agency is a member of the California Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
Find a a listing of Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Programs at.
Department of Rehabilitation
The Department of Rehabilitation works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.
To access the Department’s web page, find a local office, or apply for services on-line click on:
Careers in Vocational Rehabilitation
Diversity Employment Sources
Provides employment services to both job seekers and businesses looking to hire in the Los Angeles area.
American Indian Employment Programs
Employment Development Department
Bakersfield , Campbell , Fresno , Santa Barbara , Santa Maria ,
Santa Rosa , Stockton , and Visalia
Native American Jobs.Com
Orange Co. One-Stop Center
11277 Garden Grove Blvd. Suite 101 A
Garden Grove , CA 92843
Part of the Orange County One Stop system offers corses specifically for American Indians through Coastline Community College . Free registration, financial aid, job training, on-the-job training, and job shadowing, and placement.
Provides information on free education, community events, and employment serves for Native Americans in the Los Angeles area.
Resources for Reasonable Accomodations
American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center
AIDTAC supports American Indians and Alaska Natives in their efforts to improve employment opportunities and vocational rehabilitation outcomes for tribal members with disabilities. AIDTAC offers training workshops in Tribal self-employment and community development.
Job Accommodation Network
Provides information on disability related accommodations for employment accessibility.
Pacific ADA and IT Center
Pacific Disability and Business Technical Assistance
Education and technical assistance. Includes information on legislation Hotlines for assistance, workshops, distance learning, Hotline for Americans with Disabilities Act ( ADA ) and Accessible Information Technical help, voice and TTY: 1 (800) 949-4232
California Telephone Assistance Program
For Deaf and Disabled telecommunications equipment and network services
The telephone that displays written, word-for-word captions of everything the caller says. Free to Veterans and US Tribal Members