Participants in the Ready to Work program, run by the Los Angeles Black Worker Center, a project of the UCLA Labor Center


Struggling to find good-paying jobs to support their families, blacks with disadvantaged backgrounds have access to few career paths. One of them is to qualify for a union apprenticeship in the trades. In the Ready to Work program, participants receive tutoring by UCLA students and guidance from veteran leaders in the trades.

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