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    Assemblymember James Ramos Secures $1 Million for Job Training Program Low-income Inland Empire residents will soon have access to training programs in property management, maintenance and other fields through National CORE and Chaffey College, thanks to $1 million in state funding secured by California Assemblymember James C. Ramos. The funding will help launch CORE Academy ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Always true to their tagline “hard work, low pay and miserable conditions,” the California Conservation Corps is home to a lot of happy people working for meager sustenance, even if they have to drag 40 pound packs up the side of the mountain toward the raging fire. Until her next leg of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Top-level engineering degrees are always good paying, but for all those who may have missed that train, entry-level solar energy offers a living wage for a few months investment of time. GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit solar contractor and jobs training organization, is making renewable energy accessible to local low-income communities of color. ...