The 2017 Project Pull Summer Internship application is now available. Project Pull is a paid summer internship program that offers local youth the opportunity to learn skills and values in leadership, teamwork, integrity, creativity, community service and self-empowerment. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 28, 2017. For your reference, I’ve pasted the eligibility details below. Please also note that students must submit an essay and one (1) letter of recommendation from a current teacher or counselor from their school who can describe their skills, abilities and capacity to participate in Project Pull. Please email email@example.com if you have questions or need further information.
Feel free to share this opportunity far and wide!
Who is eligible for the program:
- Resident of San Francisco or attend school in San Francisco
- Students entering junior, senior year in high school or incoming college freshman (Age: 15 – 19)
- Students with a 2.75 GPA from last completed semester – Fall 2016
- Able to commit to twenty (20) hours a week for eight (8) weeks during the summer session (Early June through early August)
Nov/29/2016 LCCR’s upcoming Second Chance Legal Clinics
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights (LCCR) is holding two upcoming Second Chance Legal Clinics during the month of November: Tuesday, November 8th from 3:00 – 5:00pm at Goodwill (1500 Mission Street) andTuesday, November 29th from 6:00 – 8:00pm at the West Bay Community Center (1290 Fillmore Street) in San Francisco. Clients should call 415-814-7610 to sign up.
The Second Chance Legal Clinic assists people with conviction records in removing the legal barriers to reentry. At the clinic, individuals with prior arrests or convictions can receive advice in the areas of employment, housing, driver’s license suspensions, occupational licenses, record expungement, and background checks. If you know people who may be interested in our services, please have them call our hotline, 415-814-7610, to sign up for the clinic. I have attached our flyer with more details.
The Department of Children Youth & their Families wants to hear from you! Join a group discussion about what it’s like to live in San Francisco, and offer your recommendations on ways to better support families and children. Free dinner and childcare will be provided, plus a $25 gift card to each participant! Tuesday,November, 29, 5:00pm to 7:00pm at Support for Families, 1663 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94103 415.282.7494. Space is limited! Please contact Support for Families to sign up; call (415) 920-5040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
100% of the proceeds of this sale goes directly to the artist. Please come out to support local artists and get your Holiday shopping done early! Visit from December 2 to January 9, 2017.
To learn more about Hospitality House, visit their website here.
OCEIA Partners & Friends,
The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative will be hosting our next large FREE Citizenship Workshop on Saturday, December 3 at CitiCenter – 205 13th Street in San Francisco. This is the public, private, nonprofit partnership launched in July 2013 to assist legal permanent residents in San Francisco apply for citizenship. Please see the attached multilingual flyers with detailed information. We hope you will share with your networks and contacts that may be eligible to naturalize!
This is our last workshop before US Citizenship & Immigration Services increases the application fee, so please share with your networks!
Feel free to print & distribute flyers:
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Please use this link to register for your Free Coding Class:
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