SF Rising Jobs ($15/hour) — Interviews next week!
San Francisco Rising is hiring a team of 12 outreach workers starting in 2 weeks, as part of a statewide tax justice reform work with California Calls.
Pay is $15/hour, interviews are next week; this is a fantastic opportunity to develop the leadership abilities of emerging leaders, regardless of age.
The Hook: Are you interested in making San Francisco a better place for working families, immigrants and people of color? Are you a people person – do you like talking to people? Do you have fun being part of a team of people who all have the same mission? Do you want build a movement for justice and equality? Are you trying to improve your communication and intellectual skills? Come join San Francisco Rising!
The job: SF Rising is hiring 12 outreach team workers to be a part of our “Daily Team.” This team will make phone calls and knock on doors of San Francisco voters, educating them on issues related to economic and racial justice.
This outreach team will focus on educating people about health care – specifically, the federal health care reform law called the Affordable CAre Act (aka, so-called “Obamamcare”) and our local universal healthcare program Healthy San Francisco.
The schedule: October 14-November 3 (5+ hours/day; Thursdays & Fridays off; see attached job description)
Where: San Francisco, CA (home base will be in Excelsior District)
Requirements: A desire to make San Francisco better for working families. Ability to speak English and work a computer.
How to apply: You MUST attend one of the following mandatory interviews: Monday, October 7 from 4pm-7pm (interview starts at 4pm sharp!) or Thursday, October 10 from 4pm-7pm (interview starts at 4pm sharp!).
Both interviews will be at Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth: 459 Vienna St. (b/w Persia & Brazil), San Francisco, CA 94112 (Closest MUNI lines: 29 and 54.)
Call Mario Yedidia at 415-684-3473 or email email@example.com to learn more! http://www.sfrising.org http://www.facebook.com/SFRisingAlliance.
Horizons Unlimited is Hiring
Horizons Unlimited, a San Francisco Community Based Organization, is hiring for a part-time Academic Resource Specialist for LifeWorks Employment Program position. For job description and application, please click on the following link:
Attention San Francisco Youth!
“Do you have an opinion about how this City makes decisions that affect you and your friends?
Join the San Francisco Youth Commission!”
This is an amazing opportunity to be truly involved in the decision making process of San Francisco! Applications are due May 3rd, 2013.
To download the application, click here! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!
They Way Ahead Program
Enterprise for High School Students (EHSS) is recruiting youth ages 16-18, who face barriers to employment, for their The Way Ahead program. This Way Ahead offers San Francisco high school and GED students an opportunity to invest in their future, develop professional skills and gain access to employment opportunities.
The Way Ahead begins with a paid 14-week Job REadiness Training from January to mid April. Once you have completed the training they are eligible to apply for exclusive 4-month paid internships in Gap and Old Navy stores in San Francisco from June through September.
Call to sign-up for an Info Session: 415-392-7600 ext. 319
- Info Sessions are held from 4:30pm-5:30pm on October 31, November 1, 2, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 12
- their office is located at 200 Pine Street, 6th Floor, San Francisco, Ca 94104
- For more information visit http://www.ehss.org/twa
San Francisco’s Most Vulnerable Young Adults Need You Now.
What is TAYSF?
In 2006, in response to urgent calls by youth advocates, former mayor Gavin Newsom named a 36 member task force comprised of the City’s advocates, providers, and funders. The task force was charged with identifying policy and practice reform that would serve young people into self sufficiency, not just until their 18th birthdays. The group developed 16 comprehensive recommendations to improve the outcomes for disconnected youth and young adults. In 2008, TAYSF, the Transitional Age Youth Initiative, was created to sustain these high priority recommendations beyond the life of the task force and to implement and enhance them.
Who is at Risk?
TAY, or transitional age youth, are youth and young adults aged 16-24 who are disconnected and marginalized. in San Francisco, 5,000-8,000 transitional age youth are homeless, underemployed, and isolated from positive communities and opportunities. They often experience systemic barriers and bureaucracy. evidence shows that these highly vulnerable populations are least likely to successfully transition to adulthood and self-sufficiency.
How can you help?
1. Build and enhance education and employment opportunities for youth and young adults.
2. Improve service coordination for transitional age youth.
3. Improve outreach services for transitional age youth and their allies.