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Promise ahead for RichmondBUILD’s 31st class of graduates

Separately they are 16 unique personalities -- one of whom was called "Forest Gump" for frequently being seen running to class -- but together they are Cohort 31, a group of local residents who...

MetroPCS in Richmond seeks bilingual customer service reps

The owner of the nearly decade-old MetroPCS Unlimited Wireless at 12800 San Pablo Ave. in Richmond is reaching out to the local community in search of bilingual customer service representatives. The store has openings for...

San Pablo agency releases lengthy list of job opportunities in local area

The San Pablo Economic Development Corporation has released a lengthy list of job opportunities within the city and encourages local residents to apply. The following positions are available to work for the city of San...

Locals encouraged to attend Contra Costa College career fair Wednesday

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...

Richmond hosting on-site recruitment for Amazon jobs

On Friday, Sept. 23, the Richmond agency that helps connect local residents to jobs will be hosting on-site recruitment for the position of courier for Amazon, which recently leased a 224,154-square-foot industrial space at...

After providing jobs for hundreds of locals, Mike Davenport set to retire

Years ago, while Mike Davenport was helping the Kiwanis Club of Richmond spruce up the school grounds at Verde Elementary in North Richmond, he ran into a special someone he hadn't seen in years...

Calling all teachers! Chevron’s Fuel Your School program is back

Local teachers needing extra funds to carry out educational classroom projects are encouraged to participate in the Chevron Fuel Your School Program, which has returned for a seventh straight year. The Fuel Your School program...

Richmond workshop on Tuesday to connect locals with state job openings

RichmondWORKS, the city's employment and training department, is partnering with the the California Department of General Services in an effort to connect local residents with "hundreds of job openings." At 10 a.m. Tuesday, the city...

City partnership brings bus driver training to Richmond

Three Richmond residents who wanted to receive training for a career as a bus driver lacked the resources to travel to a training facility in Vallejo, so instead the training came to them. For the...

First Student looking to fill 30 bus driver positions in Richmond area, 200 Bay...

First Student, which provides bus transportation services to schools nationwide, is seeking to fill 30 open driver positions in the Richmond area for the next school year and encourages the community to attend a...

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