Jun/30/2017 Continuing the Conversation: Race, Equity, and Social Justice in Education w/ Dr. David Stovall – RSVP!

Posted by lgannon • June 30th, 2017

Join the San Francisco Human Rights Commission as we welcome Dr. David Stovall, Friday, June 30, 5:30 p.m., at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) (685 Mission Street @ 3rd Street).

David Omotoso Stovall is professor of Educational Policy Studies and African American Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  The discussion will be followed by a signing of Dr. Stovall’s new book, Born Out of Struggle: Critical Race Theory, School Creation, and the Politics of Interruption. Youth are encouraged to attend.

 

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Veronica Garcia at veronica.garcia@sfgov.org or (415) 252-2500. Feel free to share this event with others who may be interested in attending.

We hope to see you there!

Jun/30/2017 Attend A CLAS Act

Posted by lgannon • June 30th, 2017

 

A CLAS Act
A Training Exploring What We Can do as Behavioral Health 
Practitioners to Build Health Equity
This training will provide an overview of the concepts and principles of the Enhanced National Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards and enable participants to meaningfully incorporate these critical components into their work.
With a specific focus on African American adults, and Transitional-Age Youth (TAY), this training will help participants address some of the common misconceptions about culture, and take a close look at how personal and organizational culture can drive our interactions with beneficiaries, and impact their treatment outcomes.
Participants in this training will gain an understanding of the National CLAS Standards, and learn research-based approaches to building personal and organizational cultural competency.
At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to:   
  • Establish a working definition of culture, its role and purpose
  • Assess salient cultural impacts in your work
  • Recognize appropriate and inappropriate responses to common scenarios facing those in the field of behavioral health
  • Apply CLAS  guidelines and concepts when having difficult conversations about race, culture, and equity
  • Utilize the Enhanced National CLAS Standards to assess current practices and plan for the future
Friday – June 30, 2017       9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
125 – 12th Street, Suite 400, Oakland, CA  94607
Register Now!
This COST-FREE training is presented by ONTRACK Program Resources with funding from the California Department of Health Care Services.  It meets the qualifications for 5-hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs and/or LCSWs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, Provider Approval Number PCE 307; the California Board of Registered Nurses, BRN Provider Number 12040; and the California Foundation for Advancement of Addiction Professionals (CFAAP), Provider Number 4C-04- 604-0618.

Jun/30/2017 SF Environment Now is Hiring! – Apply by June 30, 2017

Posted by lgannon • June 30th, 2017

Environmental Outreach Aide

Do you enjoy talking with people?  Are you passionate about making a positive difference in your community?  If so, we invite you to take advantage of an opportunity to use your skills to build a better future for San Francisco residents. The San Francisco Department of Environment is a great place to work and offers an attractive benefits package, including healthcare and retirement options.

Department Background:
The mission of the City and County of San Francisco Department of the Environment (SF Environment) is to improve, enhance, and preserve the environment, and to promote San Francisco’s long-term environmental sustainability. SF Environment includes: Zero Waste, Toxics Reduction, Environmental Justice, Clean Air Transportation, Climate Change, Energy, Green Building, Urban Forest and Public Information Programs.

Position Description:
The Environment Now Public Service Aide will function as a part of the Outreach and Communications team aimed at promoting the Department’s policies and initiatives to businesses and residents of San Francisco. Under minimum supervision, the Environmental Outreach Aide will assist the Environment Now Coordinators in developing and delivering educational outreach projects related to: zero waste, toxics reduction, clean transportation, energy efficiency and environmental justice.

Examples of Important and Essential Duties:
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Conduct outreach to residents, businesses and schools regarding the city’s environmental policies and programs, including: door-to-door canvassing, phone calling, event tabling, presenting, and surveying
  • Facilitate meetings and workshops with businesses, neighborhood associations, parent-teacher organizations, and community groups
  • Conduct on-site zero waste assessments and facilitate employee and resident trainings at businesses and apartments
  • Provide technical assistance to businesses regarding sustainability practices
  • Respond to public inquiries
  • Research, collect, and compile data
  • Assist in the preparation of reports and documents
  • Assist in coordinating and scheduling outreach activities
  • Participate in eco-literacy and project-related trainings
  • Perform administrative support and other duties/tasks as required
  • Follow the City departmental procedures

Read the full job description and apply >

 

 

 

 

Jun/29/2017 Walgreens is Hiring a Beauty Consultant!

Posted by lgannon • June 29th, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

Jun/24/2017 Black to The Future Family Day – 12pm – 4pm

Posted by lgannon • June 24th, 2017

Family Day

Jun/23/2017 YEF Honors! – 5:30pm – Free – RSVP!

Posted by lgannon • June 23rd, 2017

 

YEF Honors
June 23rd, 2017
Gallery 16
501 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
5:30pm-8:30pm
You’re invited!

Come celebrate this past year with our friends and partners.Take part in food, mocktails, DJ and photobooth fun with us.
Let us know if you can make it.
RSVP Here.

Jun/22/2017 Citizen Film – Summer 2017 – What We Carry with Us: A Refugee Storytelling Lab

Posted by lgannon • June 22nd, 2017


WHAT WE CARRY WITH US:
A Refugee Storytelling Lab

Thursday, June 22, 7:30pm
JCC East Bay, 1414 Walnut St, Berkeley

Get tickets here »

You have one hour to gather your belongings and leave your home. What do you take with you? What do you leave behind?Director Sam Ball will moderate a timely community conversation and unveil a new film & photomontages narrated by young adult refugees. Discussants will also include Amy Weiss, Director of Refugee & Immigrant Services at Jewish Family and Community Services East Bayand Francesco Spagnolo, Curator of the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, which will mount an interactive multimedia exhibition of refugees’ memories, objects, and maps.

View an excerpt featuring co-curator Zander Berkeley Liberty.

Refugees from AfghanistanPakistanSyriaand Uganda are part of an ongoing storytelling lab co-produced by Citizen Film and the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life thanks to support from the Covenant Foundation, and Professor Spagnolo’s Mapping Diasporas, a research project and course at the Magnes, in the Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, with support from Digital Humanities at UC Berkeley.

BALANCING ACTS at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts through June 13th

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has extended the run of Chagall: Colour and Music, a multidisciplinary exhibition.

Citizen Film’s Balancing Acts, produced by Sam Ball, Kate Stilley and Bill Susman, is featured in this first-of-its-kind “sensorial immersion” into the life and works of one of the most original artists of the twentieth century.

View a clip from our film about Chagall’s seminal work with the storied Yiddish theater GOSET.

#CitizenSpotlight:
The Living Legacy of GLIDE

For over 50 years, San Francisco’s GLIDE Memorial Church has been “mobilizing a radically inclusive community to alleviate suffering and break cycles of poverty.”

We interviewed co-founders Reverend Cecil Williams and Janice Mirikitani to create a series of digital documentary shorts.

Watch the series to learn about GLIDE’s living legacy.

Citizen Film is dedicated to crafting documentary stories with care and dignity.
www.citizenfilm.org
Copyright © 2017 Citizen Film, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
1426 Fillmore Street #201
San Francisco, CA 94110

Jun/22/2017 Salt & Straw Ice Cream is Hiring! Multiple Positions.

Posted by lgannon • June 22nd, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, TuesdayWednesdayand Thursday at 10:00am.

Jun/21/2017 Hamilton Recreation Center Play Day for Mo’MAGIC Partners

Posted by lgannon • June 21st, 2017

Note: This is for Mo’MAGIC Collaborative Partners.

Jun/20/2017 Employer Contact – Relationship Building For Placement – Engagement – Various Dates & Locations

Posted by lgannon • June 20th, 2017

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