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SJVC Interview with Employer Partner Bolthouse Farms [VIDEO]

July 1, 2021


For more than a century, Bolthouse Farms has been known as an innovative leader in growing and distributing carrots and other high-quality products. With close to 3,000 employees and headquartered in Bakersfield, California’s fertile San Joaquin Valley, Bolthouse Farms continues to be one of the largest carrot growers and distributors.


So we decided to sit down with the Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition at Bolthouse Farms, Christian Romo, to learn more about the company, what they’re looking for in a team member, and why they continue to hire graduates from SJVC’s Maintenance Technician program.


Check out the video to learn more about the company and how you can get your career started with Bolthouse Farms.


I’ve used SJVC before even working for Bolthouse Farms. SJVC is the preferred institution over many of the other institutions in our area. You guys [SJVC] have been a trusted member of our community for years. Leaders often request talent from SJVC exclusively because of the success factors in the past.”

-Christian Romo, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition, Bolthouse Farms

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