Friday, July 30, 2010

Thanks for honoring and supporting our Sacramento area heroes EVERY day of the year!

VETcentral FCJL Job Alert- Ref#10698657

Center: Sacramento Works Career Center - Rancho Cordova
These jobs are posted by a federal contractor in your area. The details of the Federal Contractor Job Listing (FCJL) are available online by following the link on the job title(s) below. These jobs are provided to your center to allow you to provide priority referrals to veterans under the provisions of the Jobs for Veterans Act of 2002 (38 USC 4212(a)).

You may view a full set of the daily job announcements at any time from the following URL:

Thank you,
VETcentral Support

Capitol Autism Services Recruitment Event @ Franklin Sacramento Works Career Center 8/11

Franklin Sacramento Works Career Center
7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 540 Sacramento, CA 95823
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at 1:30 PM
Check-in no later than 12:45
Be prepared to speak to a hiring manager (bring your resume on event date)
Call to reserve a seat: 916-262-3227
All candidates must have your right to work documents. Otherwise submit your resumes to:

Craig Cares - Caregivers, CNAs, HHAs needed immediately

Craig Cares, a home health care agency, is seeking Caregivers, CNAs and HHAs to work in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. Candidates who meet the qualifications listed on the attached flyer are urged to apply in person at 576 North Sunrise Ave., #110B, Roseville and bring a current resume, 3 professional references, proof of insurance, and two forms of right to work documentation.

RSI - Field Service Technician-Supervisor position in Sacramento

RSI, Recruiter Solutions International, is seeking candidates fora Field Service Technician/Supervisor position in Sacramento. Must have 5 years minimum related experience working the field service rebuilding automatic transmissions from a heavy duty automotive standpoint AND 4 or more years supervisory or workshop management experience.

To apply: E-mail resume in Word format to See flyer for details.

Dianne’s New Employment Opportunities for Veterans

Dianne Ames

Workforce Development Professional 2

Rancho Cordova -Sacramento Works Career Center

10381 Old Placerville Road, Suite 150

Sacramento, CA 95827

W: 916-255-3240

F: 916-255-3932

Keeping The Spirit of ’45 Alive Reunion – Fresno - August 14, 2010 2:pm

CA JFSAP Military OneSource Consultant

phone: 916-386-6421| fax: 916-381-1209| mobile: 916-217-5197
B.T. Collins Army Reserve Center
6270 Midway St. Bldg 652
| Sacramento, CA 95828

Military OneSource
Call Anytime: (800) 342-9647
Access Online:
You name it...we can help.
Military OneSource is a virtual extension of existing installation services.


To my friends and veteran's families..




Some of the last remaining veterans of World War II, the men who fought and the women who served in uniform and on the home front, will gather in Fresno, CA at the Warnor theatre 2:00PM, the afternoon of August 14, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of what is perhaps the Greatest Day of the Greatest Generation: the day the war ended and the peace began. It was a day of national unity.

On Saturday, August 14, from noon 2 p.m. they and their families will be gathering at the Warnor Theatre, to share their memories of their great day, listening and dancing to live entertainment of the '40s, Son of Joaquin, Jeremy "ELVIS" Pearce, and Sound of Freedom Band, posing for photographs that will be archived on the Internet and published in a special "Class of '45" Yearbook. The public is invited to join them, to shake their hand and to thank them for their service to America, and the world.

Deployment suggestions from a Blue Star Mom

A Blue Star Mom - who has gone through 2 deployments - offers suggestions for parents about their child's deployment (whether the child is still single or already married).

96 Days..Till We Need to Ship Our Holiday Packages

The holidays will be here before we know it! Soldiers' Angels has lots to do to get ready: we need to help collect enough to ship out 180 thousand Holiday Care Packages.

We have 96 days to collect items for our soldiers Christmas packages and ship overseas to our soldiers. We have much to do to get ready to meet our holiday goals. Get the word out you are collecting holiday items for Soldiers' Angels holiday care packages. Contact your local Walmart, grocery store, schools, churches, workplace, service group, ask to put out a donation collection box. Monetary donations are always accepted. We need postage money to ship our holiday packages.

Every item collected is that much closer to filling a care package with holiday cheer~

We need 180,000 of Everything:

Hot Cocoa Packets
Hot Cider Packets
Men's White Socks (sizes 9-15)
Candy Bars (any size)
Hard Candy - 90,000 pounds
Candy Canes
Beef Jerky
Sunflower Seeds
Halloween Candy
Power Bars
Any yummy prepackaged yummy goodies!
Christmas Cards- signed with encouraging messages
Stainless Steel Thermal Mug
Handmade Blanket of Belief - directions on our website
This list is flexible - anything will be considered for our holiday packages.
Contact me with questions -

Fliers will be sent to your email soon!

Ship your holiday donations, with your contact information plus an estimated
value to:

Soldiers' Angels - Christmas
4408 N Pan Am Expressway
San Antonio, TX 78218

Wingtip to Wingtip~

Lisa Luhrman
Blog Coordinator
Soldiers' Angels

Louise Stanley
Soldiers' Angels Northern California Chapter
"May No Veteran Go Unloved or Be Forgotten..."
"It is vital to the future of our nation that we keep the faith and that we stand up with courage and conviction to defend our American way of life and our veterans who have made it possible."

1 comment:

H. Ome said...

I would like to thanks federal contractor in my area and also thanks for honoring and supporting our Sacramento area heroes EVERY day of the year.