WHEN: THURSDAY, 5/10/2018
330 25TH STREET
RICHMOND, CA 94804
- Temp to Hire – Full time Jobs
- $100 referral fee!
STEP 1: Complete our online application at www.select.com
STEP 2: Dress to impress & Bring your resume
- $14.50/hr Food Production– 3pm shift Wed-Sun
- $14.50/hr. Sanitation– 9:40pm-6:20am Tues-Sat
- $16/hr. ElectricPalletJack-4×10 rotating schedule
- $18/hr. QC– 7am with Wed and Sat off
- $16/hr. Inventory– Tues-Sat @ 5am
- $25/hr. CNC Machinist- in Concord
Don’t miss out on this “TASTEFUL” event!
Join us in celebrating the diverse food, beverage, music, and culture of Richmond at the second annual “Taste of Richmond”. This event will feature samples from Richmond’s diverse food and beverage scene, and will introduce guests to spectacular sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, the San Francisco skyline, and Richmond’s treasured shoreline. Local restaurants, caterers, and beverage establishments will offer limited tastes of both food and beverages.
The Second Annual Taste of Richmond will be held on Sunday, May 20th from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Riggers Loft Winery in the Historic Point Richmond Ship Building District, presented by the City of Richmond Economic Development Commission.
All samples and tastes are included in the Early Bird (before May 1st) single admission price of $15 or two tickets for $25. After May 1st, ticket prices will increase to $20 each and will be sold as single admission only. Children 10 years and under are admitted free.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.TasteOfRichmond2018.Eventbrite.com.
Mark Your Calendar So You Won’t miss
The IACCC 10th Annual Golf Event and Benefit Registration: CLICK HERE
DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE: 2018 Sisters in Solidarity Draft Poster v5 with speakers
The planning of the celebration is going well. We are finalizing the agenda and have confirmed the speakers. As a reminder, Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton will be our keynote speaker. This year, we will have a preconference activity in the courtyard for those of you who would like a low impact physical activity. Qigong will be offered from 9:40am to 10:00am. Qigong is a Chinese system of physical exercises and breathing control related to tai chi. By popular demand, we will bring back the table visits to exchange information and gain knowledge on the services/resources available from the various local organizations that will be in attendance.
Please help us to spread the word. We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day with you.
Ms. Trina Jackson
Liaison to the Richmond City Council
440 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 620-6581 (tel)
(510) 620-6824 (f)
Reminder: The Richmond Promise Scholarship Deadline is Fast Approaching, March 9th!
To be eligible for the Richmond Promise Scholarship, a student must:
- Have a home address in Richmond or North Richmond
- Have attended high school at least 9th-12th grade
- Complete the FAFSA/Dream Act by the March 2nd Cal Grant deadline
The application can be found on the Richmond Promise website: www.richmondpromise. org
Please share this opportunity with your friends!
Need help with financial aid or your scholarship application? The Richmond Promise is here to support you!
Visit Gaby from the Richmond Promise in office hours each week for one-one assistance
- El Cerrito HS: M – 11:30-12PM
- Richmond HS: M – 12:30-1:30PM
- RPAL: T – 5:00-6:00PM
- De Anza HS: W – 1:50-2:30PM
- Greenwood HS: Th – 1:00-2:00PM
- Kennedy HS: Th – 2:30-3:30PM
In addition, Richmond Promise is hosting Cash 4 College ONE more Cash for College event on Saturday, February 24! Parents and students are encouraged to attend to receive assistance in completing their financial aid applications, FAFSA or the CA Dream Act. Reminder to bring…
- Student and Parent Social Security Numbers (if any)
- 2016 tax forms and W-2s