Oakland Construction Opportunity Project
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23.25 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(59.05 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom center: Recycle" symbol Ink Works "Allied Printing Union Label" logo 147".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a notice for an employment project. At the top of the poster is a house-shaped logo that reads: "OCOP". Below the logo is red text that reads: "Oakland Construction Opportunity Project / Asian and Latino Men and / Women. . .". At the top right and bottom left are black and white photographs of people working on construction sites. At the top left is black text that reads: "Dis you know that / construction work offers: / 4-5 years paid on-the-job training / $22 - 30/hr in wages after training / Opportunity to learn a skilled craft / through the apprenticeship program / Usually only requires a HS diploma/GED, / minimum age 18 and a driver''s license". At the bottom right is a black box that has text inside that reads: "To Find How You Can Start A New / Career In The Construction / Trades. . .Please Call: / Filipinos for Affirmative Action / 310 8th Street, Suite 308, Oakland / (510) 465-9876 / Spanish Speaking Citizens'' Foundation / 1470 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland / (510) 261-7839". At the bottom of the poster is black text that reads: "OCOP will provide individualized counseling, tutorials, referrals and / placement assistance to low-income Asian and Latino / men and women Oakland residents".
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