Do you need to recruit talent for your business or organization? Maybe the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce can help. Give middle school, high school, post-secondary students and transitioning Marines and other adults an opportunity to gain insights into career pathways and apply for jobs now at your organization or company. It’s all part of the Student Opportunities for Career Awareness and Learning, or SOCAL, a joint project of local chambers of commerce, economic development councils, and the Tri-City Medical Center.
We recently interviewed award-winning Chef de Cuisine Samantha Parker on why she does what she does. “I love the way food brings everybody together,” she told us. Try one of Samantha’s dishes at The Privateer Coal Fire Pizza and wine bar, 1706 S. Coast Hwy., Oceanside.
We also interviewed EMT Jonathan Pinto on why he does what he does. “Seconds count in our profession,” he told us. Learn more about being an EMT, a paramedic, an EMT trainer for the Oceanside Fire Department and anyone who wants to learn, and even an entrepreneur at the Institute of Healthcare, Inc., 2181 S. El Camino Real, suite 302, Oceanside.
Samantha’s and Jonathan’s stories are sponsored by the City of Oceanside. There are numerous industries such as Food and Hospitality, Public Safety, Health, Advanced Manufacturing and more represented in the video project and yours could be next. Visit www.SOCALWorkforce.org or Contact email@example.com to learn more.