The *Free Community Health & Job Fair is set for October 26, 2013 at St. Genevieve Catholic Church, 14061 Roscoe Blvd.,Panorama City, CA 91402 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Remember to dress to go for job interview and bring your current resumes for job applicants.
St. Vincent Medical Center MHAP Center & St. Genevieve Catholic Church Free Community Health & Job Fair event is in partnership with Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles, Los Angeles Schoold District Board of Directors, Daughters of Charity Foundation, Seafood City and United Health Foundation.
For more information, please call: (213) 207-5766, (888) 602-3280 or (818) 894-2261
*All services are on a first come, first served basis.
About St. Genevieve Catholic Church:
Since World War II, the San Fernando Valley has experienced one long population boom. St. Genevieve Parish was founded in 1950 to care for the spiritual needs of Catholics in Panorama City, Arleta and other nearby residential areas. For more information visit http://www.stgenevievechurch.org/about.aspx
About Multicultural Health Awareness and Prevention (MHAP) Center:
The Multicultural Health Awareness and Prevention (MHAP) Center is one of St. Vincent Medical Center’s key community outreach and benefit programs that focuses on health education, disease prevention, early detection and information and referral services for high-risk ethnic communities including Korean, Latino, Filipino and Chinese and other vulnerable populations in the central Los Angeles area. This program reflects the St. Vincent Medical Center’s long tradition and commitment to provide care for low income and underserved adults, children and families in the surrounding communities. MHAP’s outreach is a cornerstone of the medical center’s mission to serve the sick poor in the timeless tradition of the Daughters of Charity. For more information visit http://stvincent.dochs.org/health-and-wellness/multicultural-health-awareness-program/
About The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce LA: The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles (FACC-LA), est. 2001 is a 501c(6) nonprofit organization (Tax I.D.#54-2171511). The FACC-LA was founded in 2001 as San Fernando Valley Filipino American Chamber of Commerce (SFV FACC) by Leo Maranan, Rick Rolda, Joe Arciaga and Noel S.V. Omega.
The FACC LA continues to promote and further the interests of the Los Angeles business community. As part of the ongoing effort to grow the business community, FACC-LA thrives and ensures maximum return of business owner’s investment of time, energy and dollars. We further develop ways and means to advance the interests of businesses. We provide resources in the growth of existing local businesses and industries as well as providing assistance to new business owners and individuals offering services that will benefit and enhance the quality of life in our society. The chamber also supports and encourages local cultural and civic activities to improve and/or expand the quality of life in the community. For more information visit http://www.facc-sfv.org.
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