Assemblymember Arambula Chooses Genoveva Islas, Founder and Executive Director of Cultiva La Salud, as the 31st Assembly District Woman of the Year for 2023
FRESNO, CA – Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) has chosen Genoveva “Veva” Islas, founder and executive director of Cultiva La Salud and president of the Fresno Unified School District governing board, as Woman of the Year for the 31st Assembly District.
Assemblymember Arambula Reacts to Governor Newsom’s Proposed State Budget for 2023-24
FRESNO, CA – Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) today responded to Governor Gavin Newsom’s $297 billion State budget proposal for fiscal year 2023-24:
Fresno State receives $4M in state funding for new mobile health units
The year was 2015 and the Fresno State mobile health unit was rolling into its very first location in Parlier, California – a small town southeast of Fresno with a population of just over 14,000. Parlier would be the first of hundreds of stops the mobile health unit would make in its first seven years, benefiting thousands of residents in rural and underserved communities along the way.
Looking for a new job? This California program will pay women to work in construction
State and local officials are doubling down on efforts to support women in California’s central San Joaquin Valley that want to pursue careers in the construction trades.
On Wednesday, California Assemblymember Joaquin Arambula, a Democrat who represents the Fresno area in California’s 31st district, presented a $3 million check to the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board to support its ValleyBuild construction training programs.
Assemblymember Arambula to Present $3 Million State Allocation to the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board
Neighborhood Industries gets $1.5M to renovate Tower District building
FRESNO, Calif (KSEE/KGPE)- Neighborhood Industries announced its campaign to purchase and renovate its building, which is currently under lease in the tower district.
Neighborhood Industries have been a part of Fresno’s Tower District since 2008 employing those who have little to no work experience.
Fresno State Gets $4M from State for New Mobile Health Units
Healthcare in Fresno County’s rural and disadvantaged areas is getting a $4 million boost thanks to a state appropriation secured by Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula, D-Fresno.
The money will purchase two new mobile health units and also support and provide stipends for nursing students who sometimes travel long distances to provide health care services, including COVID vaccines and boosters, flu shots, and blood pressure and blood sugar screenings
Assemblymember Arambula to Present $4 Million State Allocation to Fresno State’s Mobile Health Unit Program
FRESNO. CA – Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) on Tuesday, October 4, will present a $4 million check to the Fresno State Mobile Health Unit to support the important free basic health services that the unit’s nursing students and administrators provide to rural and disadvantaged communities throughout Fresno County and neighboring counties.