Sunday, July 21, 2019

Chevron

Nonprofit expo connects Chevron workers to volunteer opportunities

They repair kennels at the Richmond's Milo Foundation, help fix meals at the Bay Area Rescue Mission, knit winter clothing for clients of the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program, and sponsor and mentor local students...
2019 Richmond Promise Scholarship Launch set for Oct. 1

24 local organizations awarded Chevron ECIA grants

Two dozen local organizations have been approved for funding this year from the Environmental and Community Investment Agreement (ECIA) grant program. The annual ECIA grant program is part of a $90 million community benefits agreement...

Meet Gail Thomas and learn about Rubicon Programs

What is Rubicon Programs’ mission? We help people break the cycle of poverty through economic empowerment. Our goal is to get people to the point where they are able to earn a family-sustaining wage. Helping...
Chevron machinists repair kennels at Milo Foundation

Chevron machinists repair kennels at Milo Foundation

A beloved no-kill animal shelter in Point Richmond is once again expressing gratitude at having highly-skilled neighbors. The Milo Foundation at 220 S. Garrard Blvd. in Point Richmond says a group of animal-loving employees from...

Chevron accepting applications for Operator Trainees at Richmond Refinery

Chevron is currently accepting applications for Operator Trainee positions at the Richmond Refinery. Applications can be submitted through April 19 (no later than 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, 8:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time). For information and...
MESA program in East Bay creates future STEM professionals

MESA program in East Bay creates future STEM professionals

Building a functional model glider is difficult enough. Getting one that will, after takeoff, make a right turn at just the right degree and then land a specified distance from the launch area? Aerodynamics is...

Chevron Speaks to Lucia Watson, Operational Excellence Assurance Team Leader

Tell us about your career with Chevron. I have worked at Chevron for 30 years in a variety of roles. I have had several different jobs all based here in Richmond over my career including...

WCCUSD students inspire at Chevron Richmond scholarship ceremony

When Sukari Wright’s mother gave her The Dream Keeper by Langston Hughes, her life changed. The Middle College High senior was 12 years old at the time, and “it was the first book I...
How the Bay Area made Chevron a global leader in diversity, inclusion

How the Bay Area made Chevron a global leader in diversity, inclusion

Shannon Reeves wanted to do more than talk. In 1997, when he was Invited as the keynote speaker of a relatively new Black History Month event at Chevron headquarters, Reeves, then president of the NAACP’s...

Meet Rev. John Anderson, CEO of the Bay Area Rescue Mission

Tell me about the work of the Bay Area Rescue Mission (BARM)? One of the most important things we do is provide short-term emergency services to people in our...

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