Wednesday, April 23, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS

Employer Forum with Intel Nov. 20

El Dorado County Connections – One Stop is hosting a free Employer Forum on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 10:30 a.m. at the El Dorado County Child Support Services Building located at 3883 Ponderosa Road in Shingle Springs. During the event, a representative from Intel Corp. will share information about the organization, their current job opportunities and how to apply for job openings. Participants of the Employer Forum are advised to bring their resumes and to dress professionally.

Employer Forums are open to members of the public and offered as a community service through Connections – One Stop. Connections – One Stop is a program of the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency, and a member of America’s Job Center of California, a network of employment service agencies across the state and nation.

For more information about programs and services offered through Connections – One Stop call 530-642-4850 or visit edcgov.us/humanservices.

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  • Doris GrinnNovember 06, 2013 - 10:03 am

    One of the best things a community can do is organize Job Fairs and places where people can go and apply for jobs. I'd like to see Calif. start another CCC (1930's Civilian Conservation Corp) where President Roosevelt provided JOBS for Depression Era jobless, (who did not have TV or Internet) to construct Infrastructure Projects. Many of our National Parks and the roads to them, were constructed then. And at that time of severe poverty during the Depression, it might have seemed extravagant to have people constructing "recreational areas", but it was part of the enduring economy of centuries of human history..... Tourism. From getting ancient Kings and all their entourage to spend money in one's town- to present day National Park Tourism that brings jobs all along the route, and to the destination, and back. Another enduring job market is Managing the WATER SUPPLY. As evident by the past dam building projects. BUT as we know NOW, dams fill up with sediment and reduce the amount of water they can hold. AND NOW with Global Warming and hotter and hotter Summers, there is the problem of Mass Evaporation Water LOSS from those huge reservoirs. But a California State Water Resources JOBS PROGRAM: to CLEAN UP Toxins in Soil; and Flush out Toxins in Ground Water areas; and Re-vegetate Erosion areas, we could INCREASE OUR GROUND WATER STORAGE. Which will be "Water in the Bank" and no Evaporation; AND be the REMEDY for salt water intrusion in Central Valley and Ground Subsidence, because the Ground Water Underground Reservoirs have been depleted. JOBS: providing a Sustainable Water Source for California. Employ everyone NOW and improve the Economy; and Recharge and Protect our Vast Underground Water Supply

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