Job Center

The Job Center: Now Open!

Not a Hand Out . . . But a Hand Up

The Hope of the Valley Job Center, located at the Navigation Center in North Hollywood, is a hub for day laborers, anyone seeking employment and employers looking for employees. The Job Center is a Day Labor Resource Center Program which provides a place where people participating in the casual labor force can safely congregate to solicit employment from residents and businesses seeking day labor. It provides a community service to residents, merchants and others providing a safe and comfortable place to seek work in public. There are no fees to employers or day laborers to utilize the services.

Job Center Information

Job Center Office Address:
11839 Sherman Way
North Hollywood, CA 91605

Office Hours: Monday – Friday
7:00am – 4:00pm
8:00am – 3:00pm (In-Person)

Office Ph: (818) 691-1191
Mobile Ph: (818) 698-9233

Seeking Employment?

Our Employment Specialists provide:

  • Job Placement & Education Support
  • Wage Theft Assistance
  • Job Application Assistance, Resumé Building & Mock Interviews
  • Computer Lab Access
  • Limited Financial Assistance
  • Linkage to English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes
  • Linkage to Legal counseling regarding immigration and employment issues
  • Linkage to HIV awareness and sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) and referrals
  • Linkage to other community resources
  • Food and Clothing

Employer Seeking Employees?

Our Employment Specialists provide:

Needs assessment for matching qualified individuals with job position
Liaison between employer and potential workers|
Employer/Employee mediation if needed
Fast & Efficient Job Placement
Ongoing and reliable assistance with job placement

Client Referrals

If you are a non-profit or local government community partner and would like to refer a client for services, please download the Referral Form and email it to

General concerns or community complaints please email us at

Referral Form

Non-profit or local government community partner?

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