The new Chipotle restaurant in South Pasadena, CA is hiring Team Members!
Here's what's in it for you...
Panda Express locations throughout the Southern California area are hosting Virtual Hiring Events this month.
These events are great opportunities to talk with hiring managers and discuss immediate restaurant hiring opportunities in the following areas:
Panda Express Employee benefits include health insurance, income protection, paid time off, educational scholarships and more.
Virtual Hiring Event Details:
** Tuesday, November 24, from 10a - 4p, (Interviews for Culver City, Inglewood, Santa Monica, and LA area locations). Click here to register for this event.
Zoom family gatherings, and virtual everything seems to be the 2020 holiday theme. I haven't done a drive thru light show yet but this one looks pretty rad. And lets face it, we ALL could use a little light this season 🎄 #LosAngeles #coronavirusLosAngeles #coronavirus #california
Save and sustain the local music scene! A new non-profit is launching the first week in January to Sustain the local music scene in #LosAngeles. Looks like they'll be helping with merchandise, virtual experiences, and more.
I don't know about you but I really miss live music and discovering new musical talent...
Sometimes during COVID, I have to stop and marvel at how creative we are becoming as a nation to keep things “normal” and this doesn’t disclude entertainment.
Lately in Los Angeles, it seems the art of dance is alive and well!
Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles held its first ever drive-in performance in Fullerton this past September. Then in October, the contemporary company Clairobscur Dance used Zoom to develop new work which was performed for audiences in cars at L.A.'s Original Farmers Market.
Santa Monica’s Westside School of Ballet organized a drive-in dance film festival and Heidi Duckler Dance presented drive-up or walk-up performances throughout L.A. over 10 days.
Audience members are typically instructed to wear masks if they want to leave their windows open and if they prefer to be maskless, they could tune to a radio station frequency to hear the streamed performance score.
The dancers trained individually and outside as well as in masked sessions to learn the choreography. If someone chose to rehearse inside the L.A. Dance Project’s studios, the space was aired out for 24 hours to keep others safe.
So it seems that drive-in dance performances are the new normal for dance companies during the pandemic, but I personally believe that if you have an audience anywhere becomes your stage.
Would you attend a drive-up performance during COVID?
The USPS is looking to fill about 1700 positions throughout the greater Los Angeles area.
Job Openings Include:
Interested candidates can visit www.usps.com/careers and create a profile in order to apply.
Latin and Black communities in LA are now disproportionately impacted by #Coronavirus. I couldn't agree more with LA County Public Health Director, Barbara Ferrer on this one:
"Those on the frontlines keeping healthcare facilities open, transportation and energy systems working and making sure that we are safe ought not to be asked, once again, to bear the brunt of rampant community transmission,” - B. Ferrer
What do you think?
Launched today, Secure Emergency Relief for Vulnerable Employees, or SERVE, provides a one-time $800 stipend to people who work in the food service industry. Your job would be in front and back of restaurants, food stands, mobile food units and push carts, and breweries, wineries and bars that serve food on the premises. About 4,000 food service workers will be offered the stipend.
You will need to apply by Friday 12/11, live in the City of Los Angeles, and be 18 years of age or older. Applicants will be picked at random to get the relief.
While people have the choice to opt in by downloading the app, I'm very curious to know what people think of this technology.