Jun/28/2010 Boys & Girls Club Event

Posted by Richard • June 28th, 2010

There will be a lot of fun activities set for the kids like:

Face painting

Tree frog Treks

Acro Sports

Jun/25/2010 Fitness Day

Posted by Richard • June 25th, 2010

Give away – soccer
Kick ball, soccer and batting cage

Jun/22/2010 Lush Life Gallery Event

Posted by Richard • June 22nd, 2010

Jun/17/2010 Crissy Field Rocks! (25 students max, grades 2nd-4th)

Posted by Richard • June 17th, 2010

Please check with the office if your group would like this spot. Transportation provided.

For more information on the program: http://www.parksconservancy.org/our-work/crissy/programs/parks-to-people.html

Jun/15/2010 Summer Reading Kick off

Posted by Richard • June 15th, 2010

Kick off the summer with some music, friends and fun!

Listen to the live music of the  Alphabet Rockers, pick out some new books and celebrate the MAGIC of summer. Learn the countdown and prepare to have the best summer ever.

Jun/10/2010 Mo’ MAGIC Meeting

Posted by Richard • June 10th, 2010

Summer kick-off

Distribution of books, final lists and miscellaneous materials. Please join us as we launch into the summer campaign and prepare to work together to keep our youth and community safe and engaged.

Join the countdown and help students grow and go back to school prepared in the fall.

Jun/3/2010 Mo’ MAGIC Meeting

Posted by Richard • June 3rd, 2010

Mo’ MAGIC Meeting, finalizing events, activities and field trips. We will use this time to confirm program/organization participation in field trips; get a count for books, explain and define events and create final lists.

Please plan to attend if you expect to attend any of the summer events and activities, want books, t-shirts or any of the shared resources being offered this summer.

Jun/3/2010 EMT Program Recruitment – EXTENDED!!

Posted by Richard • June 3rd, 2010

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Training Program
Deadline Extension – Now Accepting Applications until June 10!!

Tuition-free, credit class starts NOW at City College, in conjunction with
San Francisco’s Health Care Academy.
Previous medical field experience not required. Attend Info Session
·         Are you a San Francisco resident with valid authorization
to work in the U.S.?
·         Are you 18 or older with a High School Diploma or GED and
a valid driver’s license?
·         Are you low-income, laid-off, unemployed, or

Then you can get started on your new career as an Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT)!

The Health Care Academy is offering a short-term, intensive Emergency
Medical Technician (EMT) training program from June 1 to August 12.
Tuition and most expenses will be covered by the Academy with minimal
costs to participants. Learn the skills you need for an exciting and
life-saving career, such as:
·         Life Support Skills: cardiac, respiratory, and medical
·         Traumatic and Environmental Injuries
·         Obstetrical and Pediatric Emergency Care
·         CPR training
·         Preparation for National Certification

To get started, you must attend a  3-hour orientation session:

Friday, June 4, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010

Jewish Vocational Service
225 Bush Street, 4th Floor (enter West Lobby, not East), San Francisco

To learn more, contact Adam Ling at aling@jvs.org.

Please bring valid driver’s license, documentation of your address, and
social security card and/or other right-to-work documentation with you.

The Health Care Academy is offered by the San Francisco Office of Economic
and Workforce Development (OEWD) in partnership with local community-based
organizations JVS, Arriba Juntos, Bay Area Medical Academy (BAMA),  and
City College of San Francisco (CCSF).

Jun/1/2010 Summer of MAGIC 2010

Posted by Richard • June 1st, 2010

Draft of summer calendar of events and activities. Please email info@momagic.org or call 415.563-5207 if you would like to sign up for one of the activities or have questions.

Summer of MAGIC

Jun/1/2010 3rd annual BREAKING GROUND: Urban Gardening Youth Conference

Posted by Richard • June 1st, 2010

Attention High School Students! San Francisco Parks Trust invites you to the 3rd annual BREAKING GROUND: Urban Gardening Youth Conference!

It is free, and open to all Bay Area high school students!

Registration takes place from 9-10am, and the conference runs from 10-4pm.

Why should YOU attend?

– All our workshops are led by youth, for youth, and feature hands-on, learn-to-do-it-yourself activities: learn to compost, care for an organic garden, or discover our Green Jobs panel offering tons of jobs and paid internship opportunities.

– Enjoy excellent food and live entertainment!

– You’ll have the option of touring some of San Francisco’s coolest gardens, and a plant nursery with an unexpected twist

– Get inspired by an awesome speaker who is 17 years old- and changing the world with biofuel!

– Connect with youth interested in the same issues as you are, and learn how to get involved in projects improving YOUR community!