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Kaiser Permanente School Seeks Applicants for Medical Assistant Training Program

Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences (KPSAHS) is accepting applications for its second cohort of Medical Assisting students. To encourage applicants in this...

Job with Tesla Helps Single Father Change His Life

John Williams, a single father of 4 sons, was looking to move from Sacramento back to the Bay Area but he was worried about...

Opinion: Oakland Needs Good Jobs; Can We Trust Uber to...

When The Greenlining Institute joined with other Oaklanders to launch a campaign for Uber to take responsibility for its business practices in Oakland, we...

Opinion: Oakland Needs A Jobs and Justice Budget

In order to strengthen quality of life and opportunity for all of our communities in Oakland, we need to look not only at what...

PIC Hosts Hiring Events for Local Job Seekers

The career center operated by the Oakland Private Industry (PIC) is hosting a number of hiring events in April for Bay Area job seekers. For...

Marin: Training in the Construction Trades Begins April 11

Enrollment is open for the Jacari Cook Construction Trades program, which begins April 11, at 10 a.m. at the Marin City Community Development Corporation...

Oakland Career Center Hosts Tesla Hiring Events, Feb. 16 & 17

  Bay Area job seekers are invited to two job recruitment events to learn more about multiple positions at Tesla, the energy-efficient car company. Staffing agencies...

Youth Jobs Fairs for East Bay Parks

By Ned MacKay The East Bay Regional Park District is holding two Youth Job Fairs this month to highlight the wide variety of employment opportunities...

Will City-funded Jobs Go to Oakland’s Black Residents?

The City Council will vote Tuesday on a resolution to guarantee jobs for unemployed and underemployed African American and women workers who have long...

Op-Ed: Council Needs to Ensure Hiring of Black Workers on City...

By Kitty Kelly Epstein African-Americans are 28 percent of the Oakland population but get only nine percent of the work on projects that their tax...
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