Eric Martinez, standing at the Sacramento Job Corps Center in January, is one of 70 apprentices chosen from low-income neighborhoods to help build the new downtown arena. The region lost many middle-class construction jobs during the recession.
Eric Martinez, standing at the Sacramento Job Corps Center in January, is one of 70 apprentices chosen from low-income neighborhoods to help build the new downtown arena. The region lost many middle-class construction jobs during the recession. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Eric Martinez, standing at the Sacramento Job Corps Center in January, is one of 70 apprentices chosen from low-income neighborhoods to help build the new downtown arena. The region lost many middle-class construction jobs during the recession. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com