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Wal-Mart grant funds more Green Jobs in LB

(L to R) Bryan Rogers, Executive Director of Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster, Kim Sentovich, Vice President and Regional General Manager, Walmart Stores, Inc., and Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network directors. (L to R) Bryan Rogers, Executive Director of Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster, Kim Sentovich, Vice President and Regional General Manager, Walmart Stores, Inc., and Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network directors.

LB’s Green Jobs Center attracts funding from EPA

long-beach-green-jobs The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network is a recipient of an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act job-training grant totaling $452,212 to train low-income residents in skills that can lead to a Green-Jobs Career Pathway ladder.

Governor Announces Nearly $1 Million for Green Job Corps

long-beach-green-jobs The Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Board has been named as one of 11 regional California Green Job Corps pilot programs in the State: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced yesterday that its Network was the recipient of $935,797 of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding.

Conservation Corps of Long Beach Announces 2009 Founder’s Award Recipient Larry Forester

larry-forester Last month The Conservation Corps of Long Beach (CCLB) announced the honoring of Signal Hill Council Member Larry Forster with the 2009 Founder’s Award. This recognition will be awarded at the 17th Annual Dine on Pine, being held, Monday, July 13, 2009.

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