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Communities in Harmony Advocating for Learning and Kids (CHALK)

Youth Summer Jobs

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MyEEP

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Work Creation Teen Employment Program

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CHALK is hiring!

Position One: CHALK Outreach Worker: Number of Positions Available: 5

Position Description: CHALK Outreach Workers are a group of young leaders who work directly in the community. As front-line staff, Outreach Workers provide youth and their allies with resources and information and employment opportunities. Outreach Workers inform the community about CHALK programs and build connections throughout San Francisco. Also, they will be responsible for facilitating a youth-led drop-in space that supports 16-24 year old youth with securing employment. Conduct presentations and job readiness workshops, identify available resources, connect participants with resources, and develop outreach plans and strategies. Applicants must be: -Must be between the ages of 17-24 -Must be on probation with a San Francisco case.

Position Two: CHALK YouthLINE Technology Intern: Number of Positions Available: 8

Position Description: Interns will get hands-on experience with real-world creative assignments: digital media, host our live television show, web design, photography, and journalism. Youth will be required to work in groups. Interested applicants are not required to have experience. YouthLINE will train you! However, experience is a plus and we will accept portfolios. Applicants must be: -Must be between the ages of 15-18 years old -Must be a San Francisco Resident – Must have an interest in digital media and/or information technology.

Position Three: BACR Youth Policy Leaders Intern: Number of Positions Available: 8

Youth Policy Leaders do community-based research, policy, and organizing. The upcoming Health Rights Campaign is 5-year project in which we will focus on how tobacco companies target low-income communities of color and youth by giving out coupons for tobacco products and making prices very low. Youth Leaders will conduct research by collecting community opinions, identifying health effects, and creating policies on how to stop the tobacco industry from targeting low-income communities of color. Youth leaders will survey their communities, complete a photo project, and conduct interviews. Youth Leaders will use the data they have collected to create a policy that they feel best protects the health of their community.

Applicants must be: -Must be between the ages of 16-24 years old

-Must be a San Francisco resident

-Passionate about being a LEADER and committed to improving the health of the community!

***Mail or drop off your applications to: CHALK, c/o Bianca Faddis, 271 Austin Street, SF, CA 94109 or Fax application to: 415-977-6950 or email applications to: faddis@chalk.org

*Questions? Call Bianca at the CHALK office 415-977-6949 make sure to call between the hours of 10:00am – 4:00pm Monday – Friday.

New Door Ventures

Are you 17-21 years old?
Looking for a job?

New Door Organization is offering a group information session for youth.
When/Time:
Every Tuesday at 10:30am or every Thursday at 4:00pm
Location:
3221 20th Street, SF
415-857-9412
Website:
http://www.newdoor.org/

SF YouthWorks is Accepting Applications!

SF YouthWorks is accepting intern applications for the 2015-2016 school year session until January 15th, 2016. We encourage youth to apply as soon as possible since we have a limited amount of positions available and applications will be reviewed as they come in. YouthWorks interns will work up to ten hours per week until May, and will be paid $12.25 per hour.

 

Applicants must be in the 11th or 12th grade, live and attend school in San Francisco, be interested in exploring a career in government, and have the ability to work at least 6 hours per week after school. Youth gain important work experience while learning about careers in public service.

 

***There are three ways to complete and submit your application:

1) DOWNLOAD: Download your application here, complete all questions and essays, and turn in your application at our office. You can mail it or bring it in person but it must be in our office by 5pm on Friday, January 15th in order to be considered.

2) ONLINE: Complete an online application here.  Then complete a Required Documents Packet (RDP) that can be downloaded here or picked up at our office. Application and RDP must be received by Friday, January 15th at 5pm. Online applications are our preferred method.

3) IN PERSON: Pick up a copy of the application from our office, complete it, and return it in person or by mail before 5pm on Friday, January 15th.

About SF YouthWorks

San Francisco YouthWorks is a unique high school internship program that teaches young people crucial job skills while sparking their interest in public service careers. Within our program, 11th and 12th-grade students work in paid internships with San Francisco city employees.

 

Internships for youth
San Francisco YouthWorks provides an enriching employment experience for high school students throughout San Francisco. Since 1997, SF YouthWorks has placed more than 7,500 youth in paid internships within San Francisco city government.

In a supportive environment
Each intern works closely with a mentor who is a city employee, gaining essential job skills and learning about public service careers. SF YouthWorks staff members oversee every internship to ensure a successful experience for both interns and mentors.

Where interns gain job skills and explore careers in public service
In addition, SF YouthWorks provides workshops and activities that teach interns job readiness and help them explore opportunities for public service careers. Participants have the option to intern in more than 30 city departments, such as the Department of Public Health, the District Attorney’s office and the Board of Supervisors.

 

Learn more about our mission and program by watching this video featuring youth interns, mentors, and YouthWorks staff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GXWJO5fGV0&feature=youtu.be

 

“Having an experience in city government will give students great perspectives on their own careers and open up a whole new range of options for their futures.” – Supervisor John Avalos

S.A.F.E. Management - Now Hiring Event Security for Super Bowl 50

S.A.F.E. Management - Now Hiring Event Security for Super Bowl 50 - Will be interviewing in San Francisco on Saturday, November 21st! Call to schedule an interview 408-645-7251.

 

You have a chance to kick-off 2016 with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work at one of the biggest

sporting events in the world! We are NOW HIRING for part-time security positions for Super Bowl 50.

 

Since 2006 S.A.F.E. Management has been the primary security provider for the National Football

League’s Super Bowl. Each year, S.A.F.E. recruits and trains local personnel to provide security services

for pre-event, game day and post event festivities.

 

We are excited to be able to offer $17.00 per hour for work performed with us for the events associated

with the Super Bowl. No experience necessary. Training provided by experts in the industry including

the Secret Service!

Maloney Security

Maloney Security will be at Mission Hiring Hall Folsom office on

Tuesday, November 1 th at 9:30am for a hiring event 1048

Folsom Street (@ Russ) | SF | CA | 94103.

 

They are looking for people to staff Super Bowl-related events.

 

Interested applicants need to bring ID and their social security

cards. Guard cards are preferred but not required. Maloney

Security does prefer applicants with clean records.

 

The hiring managers will do a brief orientation and then

applicants can fill out job applications and other paperwork.

 

If interested please send resume to Dennis Marzan at

dmarzan@missionhiringhall.org