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Acacia Gears Up for Their Second Year

Acacia Gears Up for Their Second Year

Acacia Elementary and Middle Charter School are now enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year! Acacia Charter Schools are located in Stockton (*TK is transitional kindergarten. It's for students who turn 5  between October 2nd-December 2nd).

Hundreds Of Employment Opportunities At Tuesday's Modesto's HIREvent

Hundreds Of Employment Opportunities At Tuesday's Modesto's HIREvent

Employers Ready To Meet Jobseekers at Modesto’s HIREvent

Modesto’s free HIREvent will feature hundreds of available job opportunities from a variety of Central Valley area employers, plus free resume help from employment professionals.

For more information, visit JobJournal.com or call 888-THE-JOBS (843-5627)

WHAT:      Modesto’s HIREvent 

WHERE:   Clarion Inn Conference Center – 1612 Sisk Road (near Highway 99 and W. Briggsmore Ave)

WHEN:      Tuesday, March 11th, noon – 4pm 

California and Israel Sign Pact to Strengthen Economic, Research Ties

California and Israel Sign Pact to Strengthen Economic, Research Ties

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed a broad agreement to develop joint projects and conduct mutually beneficial research in California and Israel. "Through this agreement, California and Israel will build on their respective strengths in research and technology to confront critical problems we both face, such as water scarcity, cybersecurity and climate change," said Governor Brown.

University of the Pacific to dedicate new San Francisco campus

University of the Pacific to dedicate new San Francisco campus

University of the Pacific today will dedicate its new San Francisco campus, expanding its presence in one of the world's great cities and marking one of the most important milestones in the university's 163-year history. The $151 million campus at 155 Fifth Street will educate dentists, audiologists and music therapists and offer such other academic programs as food studies and data analytics. State-of-the-art clinics located at the campus will deliver the highest-quality care to some 10,000 dental and audiology patients each year, and provide outreach to the Bay Area's most medically underserved communities. About 1,000 faculty, staff and students will work and study in the building, providing an infusion of energy and an economic boost to the South of Market neighborhood.

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Allegiant announces new non-stop between Stockton and Phoenix

Allegiant announces new non-stop between Stockton and Phoenix

Allegiant (NASDQ: ALGT) today announced new non-stop, low-cost service between Stockton, CA and Phoenix, AZ via Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport beginning May 15, 2014. the airline is offering promotional one-way fares for as low as $58 (seats are limited).

"We are pleased to expand our service in Stockton to include low-cost, convenient travel to the sunny destination of Phoenix, " said Andrew C. Levey, Allegiant Travel Company president and COO in a press release. "The community has embraced our long-running service to Las Vegas and our seasonal Honolulu flights, and we are confident that they will appreciate our low-cost flights to Phoenix."

Allegiant began service at Stockton Metropolitan Airport in June 2006 with nonstop service to Las Vegas.

For more information please visit Allegiant.com

Band & Orchestra Festival at Delta College March 6 & 7 8am-6pm

Band & Orchestra Festival at Delta College March 6 & 7 8am-6pm

50 bands! That’s right, count ‘em - 50 bands will perform at the Band & Orchestra Festival, March 6 & 7, 8am - 6pm at Atherton Auditorium & Tillie Lewis Theater. FREE to the public!
Delta College will host thousands of the top local junior high/high school musicians as they perform just for you! Both days will feature a free concert at 1pm by Delta’s outstanding Symphonic Winds Ensemble in Atherton Auditorium. Students will also have the opportunity to attend FREE Instrument Clinics & Master Classes at 2pm both days.
Festival Schedule (PDF): http://bit.ly/1ndbZF2

CA Dir. of Business & Economic Development outlines new state incentives program in Stockton today

CA Dir. of Business & Economic Development outlines new state incentives program in Stockton today

Kish Rajan, Director of the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) told a full room that the Governor has an urgency to get California on a better path, but he added, "I know change brings anxiety." Rajan was the key note speaker for the 2014 CEO Resource Spotlight, an first time event hosted by San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce, City of Stockton, Employment Development Department and San Joaquin County WorkNet.

Manex Consulting, a San Joaquin Partnership Investor, sponsored the event at the San Joaquin County WorkNet facility that drew about 75 people. Representatives from the Franchise Tax Board and the Board of Equalization also made presentations.