Job Fair—Inland Empire Solar Careers

Job Fair—Inland Empire Solar Careers

Riverside, CA

GRID Alternatives, a national solar nonprofit, is providing a dedicated space for jobseekers and solar companies to connect. 

Meet face-to-face with top industry employers and job training organizations to start your green career, or to take your career to the next level, on Wednesday, October 4 at the California Family Life Center (CFLC) Rubidoux Youth Opportunity Center (YOC), 5656 Mission Boulevard, Riverside. 

CFLC Rubidoux YOC, of Riverside County, is a proud member of the Youth Opportunities Consortium, led by the Council for Youth Development, the youth voice for the Riverside County Workforce Development Board. This Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program; auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 

GRID Alternatives is a nonprofit organization that makes renewable energy technology and job training accessible to underserved communities, bringing together community partners, volunteers, and job trainees to implement solar power and energy efficiency for low-income families. 

The Solar Training Network is a US Department of Energy SunShot Initiative program that connects solar employers with job seekers and training opportunities. It is led by the Solar Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization with a reputation for excellence in solar jobs research and workforce development.

To register for the event visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grid-ie-solar-career-fair-tickets-36754553860. For more information, contact Sandra Mancilla Romero at (951) 471- 7043 or volunteerie@gridalternatives.org. 

Parking for the event will be available along Mission Boulevard and behind the facility on Pontiac Avenue. Additional parking is available at the Bank of America ATM parking lot at Avalon Street and Mission Boulevard, and the Stater Bros parking lot at Mission and Rubidoux Boulevards. 

Vendors are encouraged to participate in the Career Fair to meet, interview, and hire diverse and talented job seekers. For more information, contact Cindy Corrales at (951) 228-9381 or ccorrales@gridalternatives.org.

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