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Registration opens for free ROP career training program

Registration opens for free ROP career training program

Registration has opened for the Chevron’s Regional Occupational Program (ROP), a free job training program that prepares local residents for high-paying careers in industrial facilities. Click here to register. Day and night classes start on...
Baltic Kiss restaurant hiring for all positions at ‘open calls’ this week

Baltic Kiss restaurant hiring for all positions at ‘open calls’ this week

By Kathy Chouteau Baltic Kiss, the new dining and music venue opening soon in the historic Baltic Building at 135 Park Place in Point Richmond, is hosting open call hiring events Tues., July 26 and...
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Richmond Promise, YouthWORKS partner to provide job placements for young adults

By Kathy Chouteau A new partnership between Richmond Promise and Richmond YouthWORKS—two local trailblazers in the young adult job/education sector—will parlay into direct job placements for the former of the two organizations’ participants, according to...
Career fair coming to Hilltop Community Church

Career Fair coming to Hilltop Community Church

Looking for a new career? You don't have to go far to make that connection. On Saturday, June 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Hilltop Community Church at 3118 Shane Drive in Richmond...
North Richmond fulfilment center project to be ‘fastest in nation’ to achieve zero-emission truck fleet

North Richmond fulfillment center project to be ‘fastest in nation’ to achieve zero-emission truck...

Representatives of Contra Costa County, developer Scannell Properties Inc., Ironworkers Local 378, Overaa Construction and Chevron Richmond broke ground Wednesday on a cutting-edge fulfillment center project in North Richmond that will lead the nation...
16 newest Richmond YouthBUILD graduates celebrated

Newest Richmond YouthBUILD graduates celebrated

If you could change your life trajectory in just 18 months, would you? The question posed by Richmond YouthBUILD instructor Eric Smith during YouthBUILD’s graduation ceremony last week was, at least in part, rhetorical. By...
San Pablo EDC hosting bus driver and transportation hiring event

San Pablo EDC hosting bus driver and transportation hiring fair

A large demand for drivers and related positions like mechanics, and employers are offering great wages with excellent benefits and in some cases a $1,500 signing bonus. The increased demand is also prompting a remote...
San Pablo EDC hosting bio-tech hiring fair on Wednesday

San Pablo EDC hosting bio-tech hiring fair on Wednesday

The San Pablo EDC is hosting a Virtual Hiring Fair on Wednesday May 11 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. with two local biotech companies that are both recruiting for multiple positions. Bio-Rad and Penumbra...
U.S. Dept. of Labor awards Richmond YouthBUILD $1.2M

U.S. Dept. of Labor awards Richmond YouthBUILD $1.2M

The Richmond YouthBUILD program has been refunded with a nearly $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor announced today grants totaling nearly $90.4 million to help fund Youth Build...
WCCUSD to host community safety forum via Zoom

WCCUSD Office of African American Student Achievement seeks social work interns

The West Contra Costa Unified School District’s (WCCUSD) Office of African American Student Achievement (OAASA) and the Positive School Climate department are seeking social work interns to work primarily with Black/African American children and their...

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Ed Fund hosting virtual open house for West County community

Ed Fund hosting virtual open house for West County community

The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund (Ed Fund) is hosting a virtual open house for the broader West County community on Wednesday, Sept....
Hercules Bay Front Festival & Run set for this Sunday

Hercules Bay Front Festival & Run set for this Sunday

By Kathy Chouteau The Hercules Education Foundation is lacing up its sneaks to host its 2022 Annual Bay Front Festival & Run Sun., Oct. 2—an...
Ribbon cut on special new garden at Rolling Hills Memorial Park

‘Garden of Grace and Freedom’ celebrated at Rolling Hills Memorial Park

By Kathy Chouteau The Baptist Ministers' Conference of Richmond and Vicinity (BMCORV) commemorated the new Garden of Grace and Freedom at Rolling Hills Memorial Park...