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142 views, By Ventura County Community College District
Ventura College's new degree program in advanced manufacturing is training the future manufacturing workers of Ventura County.
150 views, By Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
The Rodney Fernandez Leadership Fund Scholarship program awarded a total of $23,500 to student recipients
85 views, By Workforce Development Board of Ventura County
Grants will go towards preparing justice-involved individuals for the workforce and provide workforce training to English Language Learners.
142 views, By Ventura College Foundation
Ventura College is offering a new two-year Veterinary Technology Program.
100 views, By Homes with Heart VC
The holidays are a special time of year filled with memories, celebrations, and annual family gatherings. It is also a time to acknowledge the families who are less fortunate who may not enjoy the same shared experiences.
161 views, By Bike Rack Locations
Bike Rack Location's objective is to help bike riders and businesses connect!
113 views, By Ventura College Foundation
Ventura College Foundation's Weekend Marketplace will temporarily move to a new location on the Ventura College campus while solar panels are installed at its current site.
182 views, By Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG)
An anonymous donor has stepped forward and will match all donations up to $15,000 for every dollar donated to Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG).
111 views, By Homes with Heart VC
Businesses will be provided with a unique opportunity to show community support while benefiting their local businesses.  
101 views, By Ventura College Foundation
More than 400 scholarships will be awarded to Ventura College students.
180 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
With $625 million dollars in project funds, Engineering Services is helping build numerous construction projects for local hospitals, libraries, and fire stations
137 views, By SEEAG
The evening includes a question and answer session with John Chester, farmer, cinematographer and co-founder of Moorpark's Apricot Lane Farms where the documentary was filmed.
243 views, By Consortium Media
Consortium Media is pleased to announce multiple promotions across departments within the well-known branding firm.
114 views, By PODS Tri-Counties
Local PODS® Moving & Storage is celebrating its 15th anniversary by giving back to our communities.
156 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
Ventura County Public Works Agency - Watershed Protection (VCPWA-WP) is soliciting input on the Ventura River (VR-1) Levee Rehabilitation Project's (project) Environmental Impact Report (EIR).
127 views, By SEEAG
Proceeds from the evening will go to SEEAG's mission to educate students and the public about the farm origins of food and agriculture's contribution to our nutritional wellbeing.
368 views, By
Redefining urban suspense stories...Fred loves to write for the curious and inquisitive reader who yawns at the hero's journey, and desires to venture down a dark twisted path of moral ambiguity. Born in St.
136 views, By PODS Tri-Counties
For the month of July, local organization Women of Substance & Men of Honor (WOSMOH) is the well-deserved recipient of a $1500 donation from Local PODS Moving and Storage.
113 views, By Ventura County Public Health
Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health today expanded statewide its indoor closures  for businesses that encourage mixing of individuals beyond immediate households and make physical distancing and wearing face...
133 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
Residents in Ventura County Public Works Agency's Water and Sanitation's four water districts can look forward to an easier way of paying their utility bills with the launch of its new online portal on July 1.
168 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
According to the state, this year is the 11th driest snowpack on record since 1950 and with the State Water Project announcing it will deliver only 20% of requested water supplies in 2020, projects like the Piru Stormwater Capture for Groundwater...
195 views, By PODS
In honor of their 15-year anniversary, Local PODS® Moving & Storage is doing their part to give back to a different charity in the community each month.
137 views, By Ventura College Foundation
Veterans will be given up to $250 per semester for two semesters. To receive the textbook-buying stipend, recipients must donate at least one of their books purchased with the stipend to the Jerry Arellano Veteran Resource Center Library.
135 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) awarded longtime personnel, Sean Hanley, Kelly Hahs and Tony Sheppard as the 2020 Employees of the Year.
479 views, By SEEAG
Growers were quick to respond when SEEAG put out the call for produce donations.
202 views, By Ventura County Public Works Agency
2,400 new LED light fixtures will replace streetlights in unincorporated areas of Ventura County
156 views, By Homes with Heart VC
As the county adjusts to the new normal, it is important to ensure the safety and wellbeing of one of our most vulnerable populations – older youth in care.  Homes with Heart VC believes it is essential to provide a network of support...
123 views, By Ventura College Foundation
The Marketplace has been closed since March 14 when social distancing restrictions took effect because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
188 views, By VCPWA
VCPWA's 8th annual Public Works Week event May 17-23 goes virtual, bringing all the bells and whistles from years prior
294 views, By Team Corona Busters
Group desires to add-on additional team leaders in key cities across the globe
185 views, By SEEAG
Duda Farm Fresh Foods is a big supporter of SEEAG's agricultural education programming that has reached over 40,000 elementary school students in Southern California.

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