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Welcome to PACE
PACE is a Community Development organization that annually serves more than 60,000 low- to moderate-income residents of the Los Angeles area by creating economic solutions to meet the challenges of employment, education, housing, the environment and business development in the Pacific Asian and other diverse communities.
At PACE, we believe the greatest social good that can ever be generated is the creation of a full time job – a tool that hardworking people can use to build a life for themselves and for their families.See how we can help
PACE Early Childhood Education (ECE) is a comprehensive, integrated, holistic program that provides early childhood development, health, mental health, nutrition, social services, disabilities services,and family-focused programs to empower and strengthen the whole family.View our school sites
Starting your own business and developing it into a successful enterprise is no easy task, and a key factor to success is a matter of knowing about and taking advantage of the resources available to help you.Are you an entrepreneur?
In the news
- 18 OctRead more
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE) is the recipient of a one year, $50,000 grant from Wells Fargo to support unemployed and under-employed low-income and
- 07 FebRead more
PACE is requesting Qualification and Cost Proposals for the renovation of an existing Head Start classroom into (2) Early Head Start Classrooms (one for infants
- 02 FebRead more
PACE is soliciting bids for services related to the implementation of its Weatherization Program Contracts including the Federal Department of Health’s Low Income Home Energy
- 29 DecRead more
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE) is seeking a proposal from qualified and experienced organizations and institutions to provide business Technical Assistance to and obtain
Read what our clients are saying about their experience
I am glad they help with your bills its a Relief.Kimm Sayles
Thank you for all that you all do.
I learned so much from the Entrepreneurial Training Program. Their list of speakers from business consultants to corporate lawyers, marketing experts were dynamic and inspiring in their presentations.June Feir-Cruz
PACE is the place for job seekers needing computer access for their job search. Staff members are ready to assist you and answer any questions you may have about the many resources available at PACE.Charles Malow