Oct 4, 2016
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The Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County is hosting a career fair for local residents at Contra Costa College on Wednesday.

The free event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Fireside Hall and College Center Plaza, 2600 Mission Bell Drive in San Pablo. To register for the career fair, go here.

At the event, job seekers can get connected to local employment opportunities, career training, education and also career counseling and resume services. See the flier below for more details.

Attendees are encouraged to dress to impress and to bring multiple copies of their resume.

Here’s the long list of employers attending the career fair: Accentcare, Akima Infrastucture Systems (AIS), Auto Warehousing Co. (AWC), Autozone, Blue Apron,  C & H Sugar, Chevron Richmond Refinery, City of San Pablo Police Department, Comcast, Com Peer, Contra Costa County Human Resources, Donor Network West, Farmers Insurance, Home Depot, Five Star Valet Services, Lifelong Medical Care, Maritime and Trades Recruiting Services,  Mechanics Bank, Michaels Transportation Services, Nestle Waters, OnTrac, Operating Engineers Local 3, San Pablo Lytton Casino, Securitas, Shell Martinez Refinery, Solar City,Thrive Support Services, Inc., Title Nine, Turner Group Construction, United States Postal Service, Westamerica Bank, West Contra Costa Unified School District, Whole Foods Market.

Photo credit: Contra Costa College, taken at recent grand opening for new campus buildings.


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Comments

  1. Is Richmond Standard considering completing a follow-up story to this outlying how many residents were notified in advance, how many actually attended and how many ended up getting jobs? It would be a very good read and give a sense of the motivation of unemployed Richmond residents as well as gauge the success of the career fair.

    Mr. Edwards | Oct 6th, 2016

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