Rose Bowl job fair in Pasadena
Date: 7/28/2011 Album ID: 1293615
Photos by Sarah Reingewirtz
People attend an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz)
From left, Mike Rubio, of Labor Union Local 300, talks to John Flores, who is looking for work, as Rubio's coworker Ivan Briggs, speaks with Mark Franco, far right, who was doing outreach for the Flintridge Center and is also an apprentice in Local 300, during an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/SXCITY)
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From left, Pasadena residents Jardll Taylor, Chris Brown and Johathan Williams speak with Labor Ready representatives during an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/SXCITY)
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From left, Mike Rubio, of Labor Union Local 300, takes an application from Jonathan Williams, of Pasadena, who has not worked in over two years, as Rubio's coworker Ivan Briggs, talks about the union opportunities to another job seeker during an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/SXCITY)
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Constance Anderson, director of the California SBDC (Small Business Development Center) in Los Angeles gives advice during an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/SXCITY)
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People attend an opportunity fair for subcontractors and residents looking for jobs and contracts on the Rose Bowl renovation Thursday, July 28, 2011 in Pasadena. The city projected the 3-year renovation would lead to 75 to 100 local hirings. At least 29 residents have been hired since the project began in January. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz/SXCITY)
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