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The Lost Angels Children’s Project Class of 2022


Lancaster , CA.-The Lost Angels Children’s Project held their first graduation since they moved into their new building.


Their program has been extremely successful in helping students between the ages of 18 and 24 gain employment skills, on-the-job training, and paid work experience in the industrial arts. This newly expanded facility has given more students the opportunity to join the program after it’s garnered so much success and growth.



The Lost Angels Children's Project is now enrolling more students! For additional information, visit www.lostangelscp.org



The Lost Angels Children's Project was made possible by City of Lancaster, Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), and America’s Job Center (AJCC). This paid 12-week work program is designed to help transition-age youth (18-24-year-olds), in the community find good-paying jobs in the manufacturing field. Students get hands-on training in welding and fabrication, electrical, composites, auto body, and paint.


Courtesy of : CITY OF LANCASTER

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