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Chevron workers hold mock interviews for local job seekers

The Chevron Richmond Refinery hosted 12 students from the San Pablo cohort of The Stride Center last week for mock job interviews and speed networking support. Twelve volunteers from the Richmond Refinery committed time to...
Food vendors needed for Chevron Richmond Refinery Modernization Project

Food vendors needed for Chevron Refinery Modernization Project

The Chevron Richmond Refinery is seeking food vendors to serve workers on the Refinery's ongoing $1 billion Modernization Project. Those seeking to participate are asked to contact Akeele Carter, Local Hire Coordinator for the Modernization...
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Richmond summit connects youth with local employers, mentors

About 200 students were provided with a unique career resource fair Wednesday afternoon that aimed to connect them with multiple local employers and also to provide training on interviewing, networking and other skills. Prior to...
Building & Construction Trades Career Fair geared toward high school students

Building & Construction Trades Career Fair geared toward high school students

High school students are encouraged to attend a Building & Construction Trades Career Fair on Saturday, May 20 at Lovonya DeJean Middle School, 3400 Macdonald Ave. in Richmond. The free fair, which runs from 11...
Developer, union plan announced for 49.5-acre Richmond solar project

Developer, labor plan announced for 49.5-acre Richmond solar farm

A developer and union labor plan has been unveiled for the 49.5-acre, 10.5 MW solar project at a site provided by Chevron Richmond. MCE, the nonprofit, public power agency that partners with Pacific Gas & Electric...
Richmond council unanimously supports 'fair chance' employment bill

Richmond council unanimously supports ‘fair chance’ employment bill

Richmond City Council voted unanimously last week to support state legislation that would prohibit employers from inquiring into a job applicant's conviction history until after the applicant has received a conditional offer. On Tuesday, the...

RichmondBuild celebrating 10th anniversary

The highly-popular RichmondBuild Academy career training program will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday. The 12-week program that preps local residents for high-paying jobs in the construction and renewable energy industries was the subject of...
'Bootcamp' in San Pablo pairs local job seekers with opportunities

‘Bootcamp’ in San Pablo pairs local job seekers with opportunities

Local job seekers are encouraged to apply for a five-week bootcamp hosted by the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation that has proven to place people in positions. The Business Administration Bootcamp is set to run...
City manager defends Richmond's financial position

City manager defends Richmond’s financial position

In a letter addressed to Mayor Tom Butt and members of the City Council, Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay defended the city's financial position, saying a well-circulated Los Angeles Times article regarding pension is...
Job alert! Four openings related to Chevron Richmond modernization project

Job alert! Four openings related to Chevron Richmond modernization

Third-party contractors working on the Chevron Richmond Modernization Project are looking to fill four positions in the administrative and document control fields immediately. The positions offer starting pay at $20 per hour, depending on experience. If...

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