North Kern staff help college recruitment effort

North Kern prison staff at college recruitment fair.

In very early Might, personnel from North Kern State Jail joined in to aid Bakersfield University with their Summer Season Employing Employment Fair.

North Kern personnel participating in the university employment reasonable consisted of:

  • John Flores, Plant Supervisor
  • Joseph Lopez, Area Source Supervisor
  • Margarita Meza, Affiliate Governmental Program Expert
  • Edwin Ramsey, Correctional Therapist II

The group addressed inquiries concerning beginning a job with CDCR. Employment initiatives were not simply concentrated on correctional policemans however non-custody placements also.

Developed in 1913, Bakersfield University is among the country’s earliest continually-operating area universities, offering 33,000 trainees each year.

The university offers trainees on a 153-acre primary school in northeast Bakersfield, a Delano School 35 miles north of Bakersfield, the Weill Institute in midtown Bakersfield, as well as one more area in southwest Bakersfield. The university additionally supplies courses at a number of alternate areas, consisting of Shafter Discovering Facility, Arvin/Lamont, McFarland, Olive Drive Training Center, Wasco, as well as various other area areas.

CDCR remains to work with Correctional Administration for placements statewide. Interested candidates can use online.

By Joseph Lopez, Area Source Supervisor

See even more tales concerning CDCR centers as well as work.

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