Experience Unlimited Contra Costa Chapter

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Contact Information and Directions

EUCCC Workshops, administration, and member services are located in the Concord EastBay WORKS facility:

 4071 Port Chicago Highway, Suite 250
Concord, CA 94520
** See directions below or click here for Google map.


Mailing Address:
Experience Unlimited – Contra Costa Chapter
4071 Port Chicago Highway, Suite 250
Concord, CA 94520

Phone: (925) 602-0166
FAX: (925) 602-0168
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(monitored by the EU Admin Desk)

Office Hours:
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, except holidays. Closed Tuesday mornings for general meetings.

Dress Code:
Business attire for weekly general meetings and networking events. Business casual at the EU office and workshops.

 Meetings are held every Tuesday morning at the Temple B'nai Shalom, 74 Eckley Lane, Walnut Creek, CA 94596.

Click here for map or for printable general directions: Download Directions.

 


Directions to EUCCC Office View Larger Map

From Highway I-680 (North in Concord or South from Martinez/Benicia):

  • Exit at Hwy 4 East (toward Pittsburg/Antioch).
  • Exit at Port Chicago Hwy (about 0.7 miles), and take the North ramp (toward Naval Weapons Station/Clyde).
  • Merge onto Port Chicago Hwy and continue North about 0.3 mile to Bates Ave.
  • Enter the complex in the SW corner of Bates and Port Chicago Hwy.
  • Experience Unlimited is on the second floor of the building on the corner, 4071 Port Chicago Hwy, in the Concord EastBay WORKS facility. Free parking is on site.

Alternate directions from Walnut Creek and Hwy 24 (Lafayette/Orinda) and further South on I-680 (Danville/Dublin/Livermore):

  • Take I-680 North (toward Concord).
  • At Hwy 242 split, merge from right lanes onto Hwy 242 toward Concord/Pittsburg.
  • Exit at Hwy 4 West/Port Chicago Hwy (toward Richmond).
  • Exit onto Port Chicago Hwy, and take the North ramp (toward Naval Weapons Station/Clyde).
  • Merge onto Port Chicago Hwy and continue North about 0.3 mile to Bates Ave.
  • Enter the complex in the SW corner of Bates and Port Chicago Hwy.
  • Experience Unlimited is on the second floor of the building on the corner, 4071 Port Chicago Hwy, in the Concord EastBay WORKS facility. Free parking is on site.

From Richmond/Hercules on Hwy 4 East or Pittsburg and the Delta on Hwy 4 West:

  • Exit at Port Chicago Hwy in North Concord, and take the North ramp (toward Naval Weapons Station/Clyde).
  • Merge onto Port Chicago Hwy and continue North about 0.3 mile to Bates Ave.
  • Enter the complex in the SW corner of Bates and Port Chicago Hwy.
  • Experience Unlimited is on the second floor of the building on the corner, 4071 Port Chicago Hwy, in the Concord EastBay WORKS facility. Free parking is on site.
 

Our Recent Featured Speakers

Upcoming Presentations:

July 10, 2018, Sarah Holtzclaw, Sarah Holtzclaw 10 points for Beating the Dreaded Applicant Tracking System

July 17, 2018, Marcia Davis-Cannon, Encore Careers: Finding Work that Matters in Your Second Half of Your Life

July 24, 2018, Susan Chritton, Writing a Bio that Connects

July 31, 2018, Kevin Moore, Search Engine Optimization and You

August 7, 2018, Peter Engler Over 45 plus Job Search

August 14, 2018, Diane Greer, 30*60*90 First Days job Plan 

August 21, 2018 Steven Campbell - The Brain Whisperer, Rewire Your Brain to find that Perfect Job

September 4, 2018, *** No Meeting ***

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Don Toyofuku - November

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