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Gwendolyn Said:Does anyone know of any internships with housing in the LA Area?
We Answered:schools.medianewsonline.com - I found such internship info here. It has lots of internships, job openings and scolarships for college students.
Alma Said:where are safe student housing in LA?
We Answered:Studio City, Burbank, and Toluka Lake are all pretty safe. Parts of North Hollywood are really nice and other parts aren't.
Stella Said:East LA...Cheap housing? How dangerous is it really? Good for a student outta high school?
We Answered:Just about everyone in East LA are latinos. It might be a good fit if you are hispanic/latino. There are a TON of gangs there too.
From an article in Time.com:
On a Sunday afternoon in July, 13-year-old Elizabeth Tomas was sitting at her bedroom window in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles. She was putting on her makeup when a bullet came through the window and hit her just above the left eye. Tomas, who had just started high school, was the innocent victim of a random gang shooting. After visiting her in the hospital, L.A.'s new mayor, James Hahn, put up a $25,000 reward for information on the crime. "If a young girl can't stay in her bedroom safely," he says, "we are in terrible shape."
Los Angeles is in terrible shape — again. The city's street gangs, which had been relatively quiet since the crack-cocaine epidemic of the late '80s and early '90s burned itself out, are back with a vengeance. After falling steadily from 1996 to '99, gang murders in the city increased 143% last year; 331 people died because of gang violence, in contrast to 136 in 1999. The violence got worse during the first half of this year, with a 23% increase in murders. Even as gang-related property crimes decrease — robbery is down 8.8%, carjacking is down 28% — other violent crimes are up. Felony assault by gangsters is up 9.7%, attacks on police officers are up 35.5%, witness intimidation is up 50%. In other words, there is less drug dealing and theft, more violence for the sake of violence.
Criminologists point to two reasons for the city's upsurge in violence. First, veteran gang members jailed a decade ago during the crack epidemic are getting out of prison — and returning to reinfect their neighborhood with violent habits hardened and reinforced in prison. "The next generation of gang homicides is going to have a different construct [from the crack epidemic]," says Jack Riley, director of the criminal-justice program at Rand Corp. His research points to returning felons as a major reason for the spike in shootings across Los Angeles. "Locals in South Central and East L.A. think it is people returning from prison and trying to re-establish their authority," he says. There are 100,000 gang members in jail in California, and they are getting out at a rate of about 3,000 a month, according to the state's department of corrections. This year alone will see more than 30,000 veteran gang members back on the streets. Social workers call them "spoons" — people who get out of jail and stir things up.
Louise Said:how much does FIDM student housing cost a month?
We Answered:check with my other answer for you. check with the DCBID for help. there are lofts with affordable housing available in the area!
Gertrude Said:Santa Monica Housing for Students?
We Answered:Santa Monica has some not-so-good areas, so you'll want to be sure to check out the neighborhood, building and tenants.
Many SMC students live at home with their parents. They didn't get into UCLA or USC out of high school, so they're doing the CC transfer route.
Here is some housing info from the SMC website (some is for international students, but it's appropriate for non-international students too).
UCLA Community Housing Options, look at Public link:
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