Paid Internship Opportunites at the de Young Museum

We have exciting things happening at the de Young Museum! This fall we will host Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power (November 9, 2019 through March 15, 2020), which celebrates the work of African American artists created during two pivotal decades in American history (1963-1983), and examines the purpose of art in regards to self-determination and the role of the Black artist in society.

To encourage direct interaction with the strong and vital voices of the Black Power artists, we are seeking to hire graduate and undergraduate students to work as Community Representatives during the run of the exhibition.  Community Representatives will receive training to lead object-based, guided looking exercises, and discussions in the exhibition galleries at selected times. I hope you will be willing to pass along the attached job description to potential students.

Intern training begins in October. We are accepting applications until September 20, 2019. It’s a great opportunity for anyone with an interest in African American art, ethnic studies, education, anthropology, social justice, cultural studies, and beyond. 

The internship description is attached as a PDF and click on the link for our application.

Hiring Affair

Today from 12 – 4 pm at the success center there will be a hiring fairs. There will be 40+ employer. If you are looking for a job or want to looking for something new head on over.

You can find more information here.

Program Assistant position

USF is currently seeking applicants for a

Program Assistant (PA) IV who will work with the Graduate Program in Urban and Public Affairs and Engage San Francisco
The ideal candidate will be highly organized, able to handle confidential material, and must have or be able to quickly develop familiarity with academic environments. This role requires the ability to work in and with diverse populations, both at USF and off-campus. The PA will work with graduate students, faculty, academic staff, and community partners and manage multiple computer-based information management systems (e.g. Google docs, Banner, web management systems, Canvas, etc.). This position is located in the McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good at the University of San Francisco.

Please review the full job description here.

On Track Career Expo Event

Join United Way Bay Area and LinkedIn Today for this great event designed for 9th-12th grade students interested in exploring careers in STEM, manufacturing, health care, and more! Students will get to explore new career options, see hands-on exhibits, listen to career panels, and get summer job resources, prizes and more. To register for this awesome opportunity click here!

BEETS Summer program for youth

Community grows is excited to announce that they are accepting applications for their summer high school youth program, BEETS.  The program will run 2-3 days per week from June 24th-August 2nd.  They will be meeting from 12-3 at John Muir Elementary School and setting off from there to help maintain urban gardens in the neighborhood as well as develop skills for youth empowerment, healthy eating, food justice literacy and job readiness. Youth earn $12 p/h with an opportunity for bonuses. Please let me know if you’d like me to come make a presentation in your classroom or at your organization. Please direct any interested youth our way. Online applications are available here and I’ve attached a flyer if you would like to print one. Additionally, if you have ideas for collaboration or want more information about this years’ program I’d love to connect. 


Thank you all for your continued support. 

ECS Job Fair

ECS is having a job fair for different position on Feb, 15th from 8am-11:30am and from 12:30pm-3:30pm. If you are looking for career or even a second job go check it out.

City Job Fair happening in January

This month San Francisco Recreation and Parks, along with other government agencies will host a series of three Saturday job fairs this month! The first will occur on January 5 at Joseph Lee Rec Center, followed by January 12 at Hamilton Rec Center, and January 26 at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park. Job training resources and information will also be available. For more information, call (415) 831-2726 or email RPD_recruitment@sfgov.org.

If you are looking for a job or looking for a new job come and talk with us.

San Francisco Conservation Corps

San Francisco Conservation Corps is going to host a 2 days Orientation on November 13th and 14th from 10:30 am – 4:30 pm. Get paid for working toward your high school diploma and to develop new job skills.

For more information call (415) 928-7322 or visit sfcc.

This opportunity is for people ages 18 – 24

Beets is currently hiring for the school year!!!

Band of Environmentally educated& Employable Teens also know as Beets is currently hiring for the school year.

Help maintain gardens across San Francisco and grow as a leader while developing job skills, make some new friends, and while you are at it make some money too.

Earn up to $2,200 for this school year.

Go on camping trips and tour local farms in Oakland, Marin, and San Francisco.

Learn how to grow, cook, and where your food comes from.

 

Learn more: Communitygrows.org

Contact us: Debbie@cmmunitygrows.org

To apply: http://www.communitygrows.org/join-the-beets-2018/