Richmond Museum of History

Rich City Biz Blog-March 27, 2017

Featured Member - Richmond Museum of History The Company Town - Legacy Businesses in Richmond Richmond has one of the last remaining Carnegie Libraries in California. Designed by Canadian-American William H. Weeks in 1910, the library hosts the Richmond Museum of History’s expansive collection of documents, artifacts, and folklore. The...

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Rich City Biz Blog – March 6, 2017

March is Women’s History Month! In honor of Women’s History Month, the Chamber is contacting women-owned businesses to feature on our blog. Please contact nadine@rcoc.com for details. Funding Opportunities March 10: The Richmond Promise Scholarship March 20: ECIA Community Grant Program Application Due   Highlights from the Richmond City Council Meeting...

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City of Richmond – Minimum Wage Ordinance

Are you an employer looking for more information on Richmond’s Minimum Wage Ordinance? Are you an employee interested in finding out more information about Richmond’s NEW minimum wage ordinance?   MWO – Employee Know Your Rights MWO – Employer Know Your Rights MWO – Official Notice   Click HERE to...

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Chevron to accept applications for Operator Trainee positions at Richmond refinery starting Monday

We are pleased to share Richmond Proud’s article Starting Monday, Chevron will begin accepting applications for Operator Trainee positions at its Richmond refinery, the company announced Wednesday. Interested applicants should go here on Monday to create a profile and apply. Applications can be submitted through Nov. 17 (no later than...

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Happy Earth Day

A monthly update from the Richmond Chamber Government Relations Committee. Written by Michelle Blackwell, Chair. In April, the Government Relations Committee meeting focused on water conservation and a discussion about the minimum wage proposals at the council. The current water year is one of the driest on record and EBMUD...

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