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PG&E opens doors for women

PG&E partners up with to Tradeswomen Inc. to open more career opportunities for women who are interested in working with electronics and electrical equipment, and are technically and mechanically savvy. Or just women in general who feel they can tackle the tasks of an entry-level field operator.

Interested parties need only be physically fit, can pass a drug test, have good basic math and English skills, and a high school diploma or GED certificate. They can turn in applications online for the 60-hour course that aims to prep candidates for employment capabilities with the energy and utilities industry.

The following workshops are also available for further information:

On Dec.11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at San Jose Job Corps, 3485 East Hills Drive, San Jose, CA; On Jan. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. at PG&E HQ, 245 Market Street, San Francisco, CA; and on Jan. 15, from 5 to 7 p.m. Tri-Cities One Stop, 39399 Cherry Street, Newark, CA.

For more details, email or

The Student of the Year scholarship up for grabs

Sandia National Laboratories and the Livermore Chamber of Commerce Announce announced that they are now accepting applications from students for the opportunity to receive the scholarship worth $1,000.

Students applying must have excellent academic record, outstanding leadership qualities, and active involvement in activities and community service. Interested students must also have a recommendation from an LPC faculty sponsor.

The application packet can be obtained from the ASLPC webpage. Applications will be open until Feb. 14, 2013. For More Information please contact Student Life Head Cynthia Ross 925.424.1297.

LPC faculty to release health magazine

LPC Student Health & Wellness Center teams up with ValleyCare Health System, and will be providing a free yearlong subscription of online magazine “The Student Health 101” for students and their families. The Student Health 101 magazine aims to provide useful information targeting student health and wellness issues.

Every month, students will be receiving email containing the latest issues of Student Health 101 and Parent Perspective.

Students and other interested parties can check the latest issues of both magazines online through webpages and

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