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2024 Careers in Geer call for Employers

2024 Careers in Gear, April 25, 9 am – 2 pm will be returning to the Jackson County Expo, spanning two buildings and outside options. This annual spring event is an opportunity to capture youth job seekers moving into the workforce after school/graduation.  Show off your business and COOLEST jobs.  Employers can accept applications on the spot! Approximately 2000 high school Students will be in attendance. Day prior setup available. Registration: $125.00 includes draped booth & 2 lunches. Sponsorship options also available.

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Grants Pass FREE LED Lighting Upgrade Opportunity for Small to Medium Commercial-Type Buildings (Josephine County)

The Grants Pass & Josephine County Chamber of Commerce and the City of Grants Pass are working with Energy Trust of Oregon to bring energy savings to our communities.  Currently, they are offering a no-cost LED lighting upgrade opportunity for commercial-type buildings – customers of Pacific Power in Grants Pass and Josephine County.

Buildings must be either less than 20,000 square feet OR have fewer than 20 employees.  Examples of qualifying types of businesses are non-profits, stores or commercial businesses, restaurants, offices, service stations, motels, food banks, social and community services organizations and buildings, churches/houses of worship or faith, clinics, and many others.  Also, industrial facilities and the common areas of multifamily/apartment properties may qualify.

Energy Trust will schedule with you to conduct an onsite review for eligible lighting upgrades. A lighting installer contractor will work with your schedule and clean up afterward.  All at no out-of-pocket cost to you.

Register here.

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Pro Bono Engineering Services Available for Almeda Wildfire-Impacted Businesses

A local group of construction industry professionals (including principals of several of the leading construction management and engineering firms in the Rogue Valley) have come together to support regional recovery from the Almeda Fire. Among other efforts, several of the participants would like to provide some pro bono support to businesses impacted by the fires as they make plans to rebuild. Particularly if you are having trouble figuring out where to begin, please let us know if you’d like to connect with this group of professionals. Please send an email to Marta Tarantsey at Business Oregon (Marta.Tarantsey@oregon.gov or click the link below) with just a little bit about your business and what kind of help you are seeking.

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