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Whether or not you feel a moral imperative to help, homelessness is a costly enterprise for everyone. Getting people off the streets and into a job is good for all of Los Angeles, including you.

Leaving homeless people on the street is a bad investment of your tax dollars. With 57,000+ homeless in Los Angeles alone, we spend over $2 billion every year without a positive return for society.

The homeless are an untapped resource of human potential. Once employed and back on track, they are productive citizens paying rent, taxes and helping support local businesses as contributing members of Los Angeles.





          



Weingart Center Team Members Help Others Find Success!


Make a difference in people’s lives and the community around you when you start working at Weingart! The Weingart Center is one of the largest human and social services agencies serving the homeless population on the west coast. Motivating, inspiring, serving and assisting, our employees take great pride in providing an excellent level of service to the clients who utilize our wide array of homeless programs and services. We are rewarded by seeing lives transformed every day.


Applying for Work at the Weingart Center


** Download a copy of our application here ** 

To be considered for an open position, every interested person must submit a resume or application designating the specific job for which they are applying. 

Walk-in applications are accepted Wednesday & Thursday only from 9:00am–11:00am & 1:00pm–3:00pm. 

Applications and/or resumes with cover letter may be: 

- emailed to Yvette@weingart.org.

- faxed to (213) 683-9912, Attention: H.R. 

- mailed to: Weingart Center, 566 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, CA 90013, ATTN: H.R. 


Weingart Center is firmly committed to equal employment opportunities. We invite applications from all qualified candidates regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age and physical ability.

Current Openings:

Clinical Services Director



Substance Abuse Counselor


Program Monitors


Residential Services Coordinator



The Weingart Partners is a dynamic group of upwardly mobile professionals who commit themselves to creating a better community by volunteering their time and resources to organize annual fundraising events and activities that will benefit the Weingart Center and homelessness throughout Southern California.  The Partners are an invaluable asset to the Weingart Center.

The Value of Being a Partner

Your investment in the Weingart Center is an investment in people. It is an investment in the community. We depend on you to join with us in transforming lives and changing the streets of Skid Row.
There are many reasons to become a Weingart Partner.  As a Partner, you can:
  • Contribute to one of the country’s largest and most comprehensive transitional housing and human services agencies for the homeless

  • Have close contact in ongoing networking and social activities with like-minded, fun and successful professionals 

  • Participate in high profile fundraising events, including the Summer Soiree ▪ Plan Partner Activities such as clothing drives, holiday parties, graduations, and BBQs where you interact with our clients 

  • Gain access to Weingart Center board members, who are made up of senior executives of major corporations, financial institutions, law firms, etc. 


Getting Involved — Become a Weingart Partner Today

The Weingart Partners are constantly striving to increase its quality member base.  Members must be community minded, have an interest and desire to be involved, and, ideally, add value to the Partners’ charitable initiatives.  Members are encouraged to participate on event committees and to bring an energetic perspective to the overarching issues the Weingart Center must solve.




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Weingart Center 566 S. San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 627-5302

www.weingart.org


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