Dear Manufacturers,
If you’re looking to hire an electrical or electronic technician, be sure and sign up for our community college job fair on November 30 in Concord.

The fair is co-sponsored by DVC (Concord) and LMC (Pittsburg), but we are inviting community college students (and alumni) from throughout the Bay Area who are majoring in electronics / electrical programs. Students from Chabot (Hayward), College of San Mateo, CCSF, and Laney (Oakland) will be in attendance as well as other colleges.

We had a large cohort of students (~90) at these six colleges go through an 18-month program and they'll be finishing up in December - so now’s a great time to come out and meet well-trained students ready to start new jobs.


More Info Below & RSVP HERE:

P.S. To see what classes are offered at the various college electronic / electrical programs, go to:
and choose the different colleges to see details.

Mark Martin, PhD
Regional Director (DSN), Bay Area
Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Development
California Community Colleges

(650) 248-7728

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From: "Albright, Allison" <>
Subject: Invitation to the Electrical and Electronics Career Expo: Thursday November 30, 2017 on Diablo Valley College Pleasant Hill Campus
Date: October 24, 2017 at 8:14:38 AM PDT
To: Mark Martin <>


Dear employers and community members, 


Diablo Valley College is hosting with Los Medanos College in partnership with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) our first Electrical & Electronics Career Expo on Thursday, November 30th from 12pm-3pm.  Lunch will be provided to all employers from 11am-12pm. 

We are marketing this as an Information and Networking event for DVC’s and LMC’s Electrical and Electronics students, however, if you have employment or internship opportunities we encourage you to share them at this event.  Our vision is to bring approximately 15-20 Electrical field organizations to campus to share information about best hiring practices, employment opportunities, and any other information that would be relevant to Electrical students seeking information related to pursuing their chosen career.

We invite you to click on the link to view event details and register to attend as early as possible. Employers will be notified if their registration is accepted by November 15th. If you encounter any issues opening this link please contact me and I can assist you in gathering the details for this event.




Mychael A. Heuer
Mychael A. Heuer, M.Ed.
Community Partnership Liaison,  Workforce Development Office
321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
administration building (ab) 214
Phone: 925-969-2037 •  EMAIL:  • Fax: 925-680-8291
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