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PG&E empowers youth through employment

PG&E empowers youth through employment

Applications can be turned in at the Raley Teen Center in Downtown or the Teichert Branch in South Sacramento.

This summer, many students in the Sacramento area will be taking advantage of a wonderful opportunity sponsored by PG&E and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento. The PG&E Summer Jobs Program is back for a second time to teach Sacramento’s youth skills in job readiness and employ 55 of them over the course of 6 weeks.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Old Town Franklin Community

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Old Town Franklin Community

ELK GROVE, CA – Local families the Lou-Dizon's and Rodriguez’s have collaborated in revitalizing our Old Town Franklin Community with their new enrichment program for kids.

The afterschool program supports children’s school work while giving kids an experience distinct from the school day. The program includes tutoring services, skill-building educational activities, and interaction with kids in their local community aside from school.    

The program is to implement the youth with opportunities to thrive in all areas of their lives.

•           Leadership teaches students to make careful and safe choices;

•           Education serves as the tool to make and pursue dreams;

•           Athletics, arts and other cultural experiences bring meaning and confidence into life.

Hundreds of Opportunities at Sacramento’s last 2013 Job Fair!

Hundreds of Opportunities at Sacramento’s last 2013 Job Fair!

Sacramento’s 17th Annual Career Expo will feature a variety of job opportunities from public and private-sector organizations, plus free expert advice on resume reviews. For more information, visit JobJournal.com or call 888-THE-JOBS (843-5627).

WHAT:      Sacramento’s 17th Annual Career Expo

WHERE:   Masonic Temple building, 1123 J Street

WHEN:      Tuesday, December 10th, noon – 4pm

WHO:        Some of the employers hiring include:

County of Sacramento, Planar Monolithics Industries, CarMax,

Family Financial Cents: Creative Ways to Get Cash for College

Family Financial Cents: Creative Ways to Get Cash for College

Do you have children and you are wondering how to pay for college? If your tween or teen has some entrepreneurial skills, there may be some great “college cash” available to them. Starting a business so young can open up opportunities for scholarships, grants, mentoring partnerships, and more.