Jubilee’s Urban Interns serve full-time with agencies working for social change in LA. They hold positions with specified duties and responsibilities and receive appropriate training and supervision.
Jubilee partners with different agencies around LA to provide corps members with high-level, meaningful engagement with problems and solutions of social injustice. EUIP has partnered with agencies serving the homeless, the unemployed, abused children, at-risk youth, and persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Our current sites:
Alliance ESAT High School is a public charter school that focuses on environmental science and technology to “prepare all students for graduation and readiness to enter and succeed in college.”
The Center at Blessed Sacrament exists to be a catalyst for ending homelessness in Hollywood. For those experiencing homelessness the Center offers a unique environment to find a place for activity, engagement, and community. The Center’s staff actively work to connect participants with services available on and off site, such as medical care, legal counsel as well as partner agencies who specialize in housing and other vital services.
Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-sufficient through employment opportunities. Since 1984, Chrysalis has helped over 30,000 individuals change their lives through jobs. Our EUIP volunteers are placed at both Chrysalis’ Downtown and Pacoima offices.
Crown Preparatory Academy prepares scholars in 5th through 8th grades to succeed in high school, college, and beyond. Through a rigorous academic curriculum, well-structured environment and the PRIDE values of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence, scholars develop the skills and character necessary to succeed in academics and in life.
Delaney Wright Fine Arts Preschool , a preschool and day care center located in Hollywood, California focussing on “enhancing each child’s development through a curriculum integrating language arts, math, science, and social content through music, movement and dance, art, story-telling, dramatic play and exploratory experiences.”
Hillsides Education Center is a school for children with special needs that include emotional disturbance, a learning disability like attention deficit disorder, or other health impairments. Hillsides Education Center was founded to serve the special education needs of children at Hillsides, a residential center that creates safe places for children by treating abuse, neglect and mental illness; strengthening families; providing special education; and advocating for children’s rights.
Jubilee Consortium’s mission is to create healthy and just neighborhoods through enrichment opportunities and leadership programs. It develops and implements innovative programming designed to make a real impact on the long-term future of its under-served communities.
Los Angeles Metropolitan Churches (LAM) is an association of small and mid-sized African American churches that formed in the aftermath of the 1992 civil unrest in Los Angeles. Today, LAM is an association of 50 active member churches that work together to address hopelessness and despair by organizing around social justice issues related to poverty, education and health. LAM’s efforts are directed by a team of 14 staff members and through relationships with state and local policymakers and private foundations.
St. Joseph Center is a multi-faceted social service agency located in the neighborhood of Venice Beach that serves very poor, as well as homeless, families and individuals. A significant presence on Los Angeles’s Westside through its 10 programs and eight different locations, St. Joseph Center responds to the wide-ranging needs of homeless and low-income families and individuals in the community.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church located in Hollywood, this community is a “progressive, inclusive, and intimate Episcopal community that welcomes children and youth, creative expression, and tough questions.”
Young Eisner Scholars (YES) finds and helps gifted students among the lower class so they can succeed in their studies. Our Jubilee volunteer operates as a bus and seminar coordinator to help transport the children to school and a multitude of other tasks to educate and assist.
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles – Seeds of Hope is a ministry which seeks to help congregations, communities, and schools turn unused land into productive gardens and orchards to provide healthy and fresh food in areas of need across the county.
Through garden workshops, nutrition education, and with creative collaboration with Churches, we are working to Cultivate Wellness in Los Angeles to create stronger, healthier churches and communities!
Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship provides programs that inspire young people from low-income communities to stay in school, to recognize business opportunities and to plan for successful futures.
St. Luke’s Long Beach is an inclusive, multicultural community pursuing spiritual and social transformation. Over many decades, St. Luke’s has built a facility that serves their needs and has enhanced the ability to meet the needs of our community.
St. Luke’s has long traditions of cultural excellence in music and the arts, service to the poor, and – in recent decades – radical inclusion.