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Inspiring Kennedy High grad needs advice on becoming voice actor for animated films

Inspiring Kennedy High grad needs advice on becoming voice actor for animated films

A remarkable graduate from Kennedy High school has a voice made for animated movies -- all she needs now is advice on how to break into the field, according to her former teachers. Kennedy teachers...
266 Richmond youth sign up for summer employment program at 52 local work sites

266 Richmond youth enroll in summer employment program at 52 local work sites

A total 266 Richmond youth have enrolled in the city's Summer Youth Employment Project (SYEP) and will be placed at one of 52 participating work sites, according to City Manager Bill Lindsay. Four of those...
Job seekers encouraged to attend career expo at Richmond Memorial Convention Center Sept. 30

Cool jobs alert! Building Blocks for Kids Richmond Collaborative hiring for two positions

The Building Blocks for Kids Richmond Collaborative (BBK Richmond) is hiring for two exciting positions: Manager of Finance and Operations and Health and Wellness Lead. To find out more about the positions and our organization,...
Richmond homeowners encouraged to apply for free home solar systems

GRID Alternatives installs another local home solar system with help from RichmondBUILD, Chevron

Another Richmond home was outfitted with a rooftop solar system as part of a partnership involving GRID Alternatives, Chevron Richmond volunteers and students in the RichmondBUILD career-training program. In two days, Gilda and Bill Harrell's...
RichmondBUILD gets nearly $200,000 EPA grant to place graduates in green jobs

RichmondBUILD receives nearly $200,000 EPA grant to place graduates in green jobs

RichmondBUILD, the highly successful local job training program that places 80-percent of its graduates in jobs with an average starting wage of $18.33 per hour, has received a $192,300 grant from the U.S. Environmental...
Richmond teens seeking careers as firefighter, EMT should apply for youth academy

Richmond teens seeking careers as firefighter, EMT can apply for youth academy

The Richmond Fire Department released a statement Tuesday night encouraging local high school students to join the Richmond Youth Academy, which can help prepare them for such careers as a firefighter, emergency medical technician,...
Job seekers encouraged to attend career expo at Richmond Memorial Convention Center Sept. 30

Job alert! Agricultural specialist sought for plant pest detection and control

Community members are encouraged to apply for a San Rafael-based position with Cooperative Agricultural Support Services (CASS). The position of Agricultural Specialist I-Plant Pest pays $13.25 per hour and begins June 1. The person hired...
Job seekers encouraged to attend career expo at Richmond Memorial Convention Center Sept. 30

North Richmond residents can apply for paid internship and career-development opportunity

Community Energy Services Corp. (CESC) is seeking an administrative intern to assist with day-to-day operations of a Chevron Richmond-funded program that is reducing asthma triggers in North Richmond homes. The paid internship is 24 hours...
Two arrested after spotted on tracks at Richmond BART station

For Richmond partners with BART to offer paid summer internships for city students

The nonprofit For Richmond announced this week it has partnered with BART to offer internships this summer for students who live in Richmond and are enrolled at a West Contra Costa Unified School District...
Awesome job alert! ESL instructor sought for new LEAP, Building Skills Partnership partnership.

Awesome part-time job alert! ESL instructor sought for new nonprofit partnership in Richmond

An exciting job opening for ESL instructor has opened in conjunction with a unique partnership between Building Skills Partnership and the Literacy for Every Adult Program (LEAP).  Anyone with a passion teaching ESL, and...

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