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TDC is Hiring!

TDC is Hiring!

We're hiring! Yahoo... I am officially looking for some additional help in the drafting and plans department around here, with a project request list a mile long and updates that need to be made to existing plans it just might take a village to get her done... so if you are familiar with sketchup and the furniture building process, you may be a good fit!

DRAFTSMAN / FURNITURE BUILDER

// This is a paid position and is perfect for the guy or gal who wants to work from home on a part time basis. How and when you work is entirely flexible and pay is structured by project so speed and proficiency are helpful for increasing your earnings... Read More

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

The grass is always greener — at least until there’s a severe drought that prompts water restrictions and causes landscaping to turn brown... Read More

Historic Old Sacramento Foundation Now Hiring Guides for New “Gold Rush Experience” Tours!

Historic Old Sacramento Foundation Now Hiring Guides for New “Gold Rush Experience” Tours!

The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation (HOSF) is now hiring part-time tour guides for new “Gold Rush Experience” walking tours that will be launched later this summer.   Candidates interested in leading tour groups, meeting people from all over the world, sharing Sacramento’s fascinating history and working in the dynamic historic district in Old Sacramento State Historic Park are encouraged to apply by Monday, July 27, 2015.

Successful candidates must be 18 years or older, reliable, enthusiastic, energetic, articulate, friendly, responsible and have strong public speaking skills.  A background in Sacramento and California history is not required as comprehensive training will be provided.  Applicants able to speak multiple languages, including American Sign Language, are encouraged to apply.  Also, preferential consideration will be given to those with college-level coursework in history, theater, education and/or with tour guide experience.

Hundreds of Openings at Next Week’s HIREvent

Hundreds of Openings at Next Week’s HIREvent

Sacramento’s 24th Annual June HIREvent will feature a variety of public and private sector employers looking to hire. Free one-on-one resume help from employment counselors will also be available.

WHAT:               Sacramento’s 24th Annual June HIREvent – FREE ADMISSION

WHEN:               Tuesday, June 23rd, noon – 4pm

WHERE:            Lions Gate Hotel- 3410 Westover Street, McClellan

List of best industries for job growth revealed

List of best industries for job growth revealed

The career site has released its list of the hottest industries for job growth for the next five years.

The United States is expected to create about 8 million new jobs through 2019 and not just in health care and technology sectors.

“While it’s not surprising that technology and health care made the list, the accumulation of new jobs will take place within a diverse mix of industries requiring a broad range of skills and experience,” said Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder and co-author of The Talent Equation... Read More

If You're Not Making Money, It's a Hobby!

If You're Not Making Money, It's a Hobby!

In this seminar you’ll learn the basic skills to organize and interpret financial information – and stay in control of your finances. It is designed to help you create a financial spending plan (budget), and a pricing structure that opens the door to profit in your business. You will also learn how to prepare for your future.
Included in this seminar are:
•How to price your products or services
•Fun with a financial spending plan (or budget)

Folsom Dentist and Staff Provide Free Care to Nicaraguan Children

Folsom Dentist and Staff Provide Free Care to Nicaraguan Children

Folsom children’s dentist, Bryan Randolph, DDS, is committed to improving the smiles of children here at home and 3,000 miles away in Nicaragua.

The owner of busy dental practices in Folsom and Natomas, Dr. Randolph recently returned from providing free dental care to more than 100 patients at schools in Jinotepe and Managua. The trip has become an annual tradition for his office, his recent trip being his fourth to the area.

“We believe in treating every child as if they were our own,” says Dr. Randolph whose son, Christian, and wife, Martina Randolph, MD, a Folsom physician, often accompany him on his travels. “Nicaragua is stricken with poverty and it means the world to us to provide basic care including teeth cleaning, filling cavities, taking x-rays and applying sealants to both new and familiar patients.”