Orange County One-Stop Center

The Orange County One-Stop Center has partnered with Community Housing Council (CHC) Southern California to provide housing counseling to homeowners and renters. As residents work through forbearance and rent moratoriums, this program intends to educate and empower prospective homebuyers, current homebuyers, and renters to make informed housing decisions. A HUD-approved …continue reading

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The Orange County Workforce Development Board (OCDB) was awarded a Veterans’ Employment-Related Assistance Program (VEAP) grant by the California Employment Development Department (EDD) for the amount of $500,000 to help veterans find jobs. In partnership with the Orange County (OC) Veterans Service Office, OC One-Stop Center, and a consortium of …continue reading

On behalf of their employers, the Employment Specialist Team of the Orange County One-Stop Center in Garden Grove will be pre-screening resumes and conducting pre-interviews for open positions in Orange County. Please bring your Right-to-Work Documents, (Driver’s License and Social Security Card and/or Current US Passport), and be sure to …continue reading

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In partnership with the Orange County Workforce Development Board (OCWDB), the County of Orange is launching the second round of funding for the OCWDB COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Support Program. Through the OCWDB COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Support Program, eligible businesses can receive up to $10,000 in grant funds. This funding is …continue reading

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Effective immediately, job seekers can now borrow laptops and hotspots for free at the Orange County (OC) One-Stop Center in Garden Grove. The County of Orange Community Investment Division has 25 laptops and hotspots available to increase job seekers’ access to workforce development programs and services offered during this critical …continue reading

The County of Orange (County) Community Services Community Investment Division has partnered with Google Fiber and Orange County United Way to provide loaner laptops and hotspots in an effort to increase access to workforce development programs and services offered through the Irvine One-Stop Center during this critical period. “With over …continue reading

Many veterans separated from active duty within the last 48 months have upgraded their skills with the Veterans’ Employment-Related Assistant Program (VEAP) through a grant from EDD to Orange County One-Stop Center. Train to obtain employment in exciting industries including healthcare, government, education, and professional and business services. VEAP services …continue reading