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Help is available for nonprofits and public lands dealing with fire damage


Last updated 6/16/2018 at 4:56pm

SAN DIEGO – The Center for Employment Training (CET) has received $1.3 million from La Cooperativa Campesina de California (La Coop) and the State of California EDD National Emergency Department to administer a Southern Wildfires Temporary Jobs Program to serve the needs of individuals in wildfire impacted counties.

At this time they are currently looking for potential work sites; work can only be done at public or private nonprofit organizations and some private properties deemed hazardous due to the fires.

That work may include fire mitigation, clean-up, repair, debris removal, and humanitarian assistance.

For more information, contact Chelsie Garcia, (619) 373-2880; Isela Ochoa, (619) 373-2024 or Alexa Erwin, (619) 373-4104.


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