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Learn how to bid, win contracts, and sell goods and services.
Catch this dynamic interactive panel discussion; you’ll learn about doing business with the government and local public agencies. Ask questions and learn best practices from contract and procurement managers.
This event is FREE for businesses in San Joaquin, Stanislaus and surrounding counties, including contractors, suppliers, distributors, and others. Community partners are also welcome to attend. Assistance and additional resources will be available for attendees.
Thursday, April 06, 2017
Registration begins at 8AM
Public Works Panel
*(Speakers are subject to change based on availability)
This showcase is organized by the San Joaquin Public Agency Consortium (SJPAC), a collaboration of local government and community agencies.For more information on the SJPAC and upcoming outreach opportunities, please visit http://thesrpac.com/
Every year, thousands of workers become sick from exposure to heat, and some instances can be fatal. Heat illnesses and deaths are preventable. Employers are responsible for creating a workplaces that is safe from excessive heat, and this training can support that. Heat illness prevention applies to those that work in the following industries:
If the heat illness standard applies to you and your organization, please consider attending this event. Employees who attend will be certified as Heat Illness Trainers and provided with sample materials to assist in the development and implementation of a Heat Illness Prevention Program. In addition, this training will meet both the supervisor and employee requirements for training.
The Central Valley Job Fair & Veterans Summit is hosted by Opportunity Stanislaus along with honorary host U.S. Congressman Jeff Denham.
The Job fair will take place on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 3 PM, with 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM exclusively open to Veterans, at the SOS Club, 819 Sunset Ave, Modesto, CA 95351.
Last year there were over 60 employers and nearly 1000 job seekers in attendance. This year we are encouraging employers to bring equipment and other material for display to job seekers. In addition, we will have several vendor packages to choose from to best fit your company’s needs.
The registration must be complete along with payment to ensure reserved space. The registration fee is non-refundable. This fee helps defray the expenses associated with the Job Fair. Employers must be registered no later than April 24, 2017, to ensure inclusion in marketing materials and day of event signage. Reservations will be taken on a “first come, first serve” basis; over-capacity/late registrations will be placed in adjacent space to the main area.
To ensure job seekers have the highest possible outcome of success we require your company have at least one hourly or salaried job opening. No Commission-Based only jobs will be permitted. We request you have two representatives present during the entire duration of the event and have access to employment applications, job descriptions, promotional items, or other materials you need to assist in your recruitment process.
Please contact us at (209) 747-4473 if you have any questions or to reserve your booth today!
Ticket sales will be discontinued online on the Chamber website after 5 p.m. Friday May 12. Please call the Chamber at 547-2770 to purchase your tickets. You MUST come to the Chamber office at 445 W. Weber Avenue, Suite 220 to pick up your tickets after Friday May 12th. NO WILL CALL at the Event. Any orders before May 12, 2017 tickets will be mailed to the address provided