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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Retiring Substitutes Create Opportunity

A wave of substitute teachers retiring in West Contra Costa County Unified School District this year means new opportunities for qualified individuals. Click here to find out more about the substitute teaching shortage at WCCUSD and find out how qualified teachers can apply.

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September Events

There are some very exciting events coming up in September. Be sure to mark your calendars for the 7th Annual First Responders Fiesta and the West County Breakfast for Business – 2013-18 WCCUSD Strategic Plan, with Dr. Bruce Harter. Learn more and RSVP for these events here. ————————————————– Click the...

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WCCUSD Strategic Plan Town Halls

As you may already know, WCCUSD has been engaged in a year-long strategic planning effort. As a continuation of WCCUSD’s efforts to engage the community in this process, the District is holding two additional community-wide town halls to provide students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the community-at-large the opportunity to provide...

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For Richmond continues its Chabot-to-Go traveling science fair series at Sheldon Elementary on Friday

Article by For Richmond, posted April 16, 2013 This Friday, Richmond students will be able to experience space and science up close as the For Richmond coalition and the Chabot Space & Science Center once again bring the famous, hands-on Chabot-to-Go traveling science fair directly to Richmond. The family fun...

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An Evening with Julian Bond

On Friday, April 12, Contra Costa College (CCC) and Single Stop USA are hosting, “An Evening with Julian Bond,” accompanied by members of the Freedom Singers in the John & Jean Knox Center for the Performing Arts on campus.

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