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Solano Life House is a twice honored 2018 & 2017 Best of Assisted Living award recipient by SeniorAdvisor.com, which recognizes the top 1% in national senior care. Solano Life House ( www.SolanoLifeHouse.com ) is a medium sized RCFE located in Dixon. Our senior residence home cares for 38 residents. Although they are in our care because they need help with their daily lives, we believe the greater benefit of living in a small community environment is to remain active, have companionship and socialization among peers, as well as other generations. We don't believe in being a parking place for seniors to while away their days, but rather we strive to be a place of activity to the extent of each of our residents' abilities. The goal of Solano Life House is simple: to enhance our residents' lives. The motto for the activities department is simple: "Mental and physical stimulation for every resident, every day." Your goal will be to help us strive to uphold that motto. 

We are seeking a positive, professional, outgoing, enthusiastic and dedicated senior care Activities Associate for our senior care home. You will be working hands on with others in the activities department, our care staff, as well as volunteers from the community, to have impact on the daily lives of our residents. We are big proponents of the power of personal music, so we provide ipod Touches with Pandora so all residents can quickly access a genre of interest. We also believe in the power of therapy pets, and like to have animals around as many days as possible, and also encourage residents' families to bring their friendly dogs when they visit. We have a fifteen passenger van for day excursions, and like to get our more active residents out and about on excursions twice per week. You'll also be helping us to connect what we do, to the community of Dixon and beyond, bringing the community into our home, and connecting us out to the community. We like remaining engaged with the world, and playing a role in our community as much as possible, rather than being removed from society, and so we strive to create an active environment where we think and act differently than one might expect with a senior care home. We want you to be a catalyst toward our goals. 

Experience is great, but somewhat rare in this position, so most importantly, you should present a happy, positive, enthusiastic, patient, outgoing and opened personality, with the unending ability to create a fun and interesting atmosphere each day, and be a figurehead for our home, with the community. We would welcome someone who is creative, and thinks unconventionally, and is willing to explore new ideas, and not afraid of discovering lessons along the way. We believe that if everything is successful, you're not trying hard enough to know where the challenges can be found. We have a "NO BINGO allowed." sign at this home, because we strive to be better than that, with more stimulating and purposeful days, so if you think we need an adult sitter, you're not the person we're seeking. If you believe that you would have a passion for working with seniors and dedicating your days to having a positive impact on the quality of others' lives EVERY DAY, then please respond to this posting. 

Pay is hourly, commensurate with experience, reviewed with a raise at the end of a 90 day probation if you are invited to remain. If you're a star, you'll be rewarded. 

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Developmental & Behavioral Interventionist Needed Immediately!

As a multidisciplinary clinic, Holding Hands, inc. serves infants, children, adolescents and young adults with developmental, neurological and biological diagnoses. Our clinical team focuses on the child's strengths and individual difference while developing an intervention plan that addresses his or her unique profile. Our clinical team fosters a relationship not only with the client, but educate, empowers and supports the entire family unit.

We are currently seeking Developmental Interventionists to provide in home services in the Los Angeles area. Developmental Interventionist will be trained in Floor Time/DIR Play Therapy. Must have at least 1 to 2 years of experience working with children and teenagers diagnosed with Autism and developmental disabilities. Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required AND must have 2 years of experience with Special Needs population.

Minimum Requirements for position: Valid driver's license, auto insurance (position requires driving), TB clearance, and clear criminal background check. Agency provides intensive training, a minimum of 1 year commitment is REQUIRED and candidate must be open to working with diverse culture and socioeconomic diverse families.

Hours: 1-8:30 pm weekdays and Saturdays (home and clinic cases) Minimum 20 hours a week.

Please email resume as attachment only

Benefits:

Competitive compensation (dependent on experience)

Medical and dental insurance

Paid sick leave

Mileage reimbursement

Annual performance reviews with compensation increase opportunities

Weekly paid training

Opportunities for BCBA mentorship

Discounts at specific ABA Master's or Certificate programs

Vacation accrual

Bonus Options 

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Developmental & Behavioral Interventionist Needed Immediately!

As a multidisciplinary clinic, Holding Hands, inc. serves infants, children, adolescents and young adults with developmental, neurological and biological diagnoses. Our clinical team focuses on the child's strengths and individual difference while developing an intervention plan that addresses his or her unique profile. Our clinical team fosters a relationship not only with the client, but educate, empowers and supports the entire family unit.

We are currently seeking Developmental Interventionists to provide in home services in the Los Angeles area. Developmental Interventionist will be trained in Floor Time/DIR Play Therapy. Must have at least 1 to 2 years of experience working with children and teenagers diagnosed with Autism and developmental disabilities. Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required AND must have 2 years of experience with Special Needs population.

Minimum Requirements for position: Valid driver's license, auto insurance (position requires driving), TB clearance, and clear criminal background check. Agency provides intensive training, a minimum of 1 year commitment is REQUIRED and candidate must be open to working with diverse culture and socioeconomic diverse families.

Hours: 1-8:30 pm weekdays and Saturdays (home and clinic cases) Minimum 20 hours a week.

Please email resume as attachment only

Benefits:

Competitive compensation (dependent on experience)

Medical and dental insurance

Paid sick leave

Mileage reimbursement

Annual performance reviews with compensation increase opportunities

Weekly paid training

Opportunities for BCBA mentorship

Discounts at specific ABA Master's or Certificate programs

Vacation accrual

Bonus Options 

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KidzToPros is hiring coaching assistants for our after-school programs in the areas of San Leandro, Castro Valley, Union City, Fremont, Milpitas, San Jose, Palo Alto, San Mateo, and Los Altos, California. 

Overview:

  1. Coaches will be assigned on a consistent Monday-Friday basis
  2. Duration: 2-4 hours per day ($15-$20/hour) 
  3. Time:12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  4. Coaches will learn to coach the following sports/activities when assigned to the program for assisting the lead coach/instructor: 

Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Coding, Science, Art, Hip Hop, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Street Hockey, Flag Football, Baseball, Self-Defense, Lego Robotics, etc. 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  1. Must commit through the remaining school year (April-June).
  2. Must be coachable and willing to learn new programs
  3. Must be responsible, reliable, energetic, and motivational
  4. Must have a vehicle 
  5. Will undergo background check (Online)
  6. Will undergo training 

Perks of KidzToPros:

  1. Earn a spot (as a coach/ assistant coach) for our 8 weeks summer camp! 
  2. Gain hands-on experience working with Elementary aged kids 
  3. KidzToPros Reference Letter from the Supervisor upon request

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Earn a $50 bonus! Sign up as a coach on "KidzToPros" APP to get started!  

Step 2: Earn a spot for our Summer Camp positions!

Step 3: Refer another qualified candidate and earn another $50 as a referral bonus!

 

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KidzToPros is hiring coaching assistants for our after-school programs in the areas of San Leandro, Castro Valley, Union City, Fremont, Milpitas, San Jose, Palo Alto, San Mateo, and Los Altos, California. 

Overview:

  1. Coaches will be assigned on a consistent Monday-Friday basis
  2. Duration: 2-4 hours per day ($15-$20/hour) 
  3. Time:12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  4. Coaches will learn to coach the following sports/activities when assigned to the program for assisting the lead coach/instructor: 

Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Coding, Science, Art, Hip Hop, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Street Hockey, Flag Football, Baseball, Self-Defense, Lego Robotics, etc. 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  1. Must commit through the remaining school year (April-June).
  2. Must be coachable and willing to learn new programs
  3. Must be responsible, reliable, energetic, and motivational
  4. Must have a vehicle 
  5. Will undergo background check (Online)
  6. Will undergo training 

Perks of KidzToPros:

  1. Earn a spot (as a coach/ assistant coach) for our 8 weeks summer camp! 
  2. Gain hands-on experience working with Elementary aged kids 
  3. KidzToPros Reference Letter from the Supervisor upon request

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Earn a $50 bonus! Sign up as a coach on "KidzToPros" APP to get started!  

Step 2: Earn a spot for our Summer Camp positions!

Step 3: Refer another qualified candidate and earn another $50 as a referral bonus!

 

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KidzToPros is hiring coaching assistants for our after-school programs in the areas of San Leandro, Castro Valley, Union City, Fremont, Milpitas, San Jose, Palo Alto, San Mateo, and Los Altos, California. 

Overview:

  1. Coaches will be assigned on a consistent Monday-Friday basis
  2. Duration: 2-4 hours per day ($15-$20/hour) 
  3. Time:12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  4. Coaches will learn to coach the following sports/activities when assigned to the program for assisting the lead coach/instructor: 

Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Coding, Science, Art, Hip Hop, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Street Hockey, Flag Football, Baseball, Self-Defense, Lego Robotics, etc. 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  1. Must commit through the remaining school year (April-June).
  2. Must be coachable and willing to learn new programs
  3. Must be responsible, reliable, energetic, and motivational
  4. Must have a vehicle 
  5. Will undergo background check (Online)
  6. Will undergo training 

Perks of KidzToPros:

  1. Earn a spot (as a coach/ assistant coach) for our 8 weeks summer camp! 
  2. Gain hands-on experience working with Elementary aged kids 
  3. KidzToPros Reference Letter from the Supervisor upon request

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Earn a $50 bonus! Sign up as a coach on "KidzToPros" APP to get started!  

Step 2: Earn a spot for our Summer Camp positions!

Step 3: Refer another qualified candidate and earn another $50 as a referral bonus!

 

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KidzToPros is hiring coaching assistants for our after-school programs in the areas of San Leandro, Castro Valley, Union City, Fremont, Milpitas, San Jose, Palo Alto, San Mateo, and Los Altos, California. 

Overview:

  1. Coaches will be assigned on a consistent Monday-Friday basis
  2. Duration: 2-4 hours per day ($15-$20/hour) 
  3. Time:12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  4. Coaches will learn to coach the following sports/activities when assigned to the program for assisting the lead coach/instructor: 

Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Coding, Science, Art, Hip Hop, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Street Hockey, Flag Football, Baseball, Self-Defense, Lego Robotics, etc. 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  1. Must commit through the remaining school year (April-June).
  2. Must be coachable and willing to learn new programs
  3. Must be responsible, reliable, energetic, and motivational
  4. Must have a vehicle 
  5. Will undergo background check (Online)
  6. Will undergo training 

Perks of KidzToPros:

  1. Earn a spot (as a coach/ assistant coach) for our 8 weeks summer camp! 
  2. Gain hands-on experience working with Elementary aged kids 
  3. KidzToPros Reference Letter from the Supervisor upon request

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Earn a $50 bonus! Sign up as a coach on "KidzToPros" APP to get started!  

Step 2: Earn a spot for our Summer Camp positions!

Step 3: Refer another qualified candidate and earn another $50 as a referral bonus!

 

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The Tech Challenge 2018

Imagine you’re at the top of a mountain. Or a cliff. Or a building.
You need to get your supplies to a location at the bottom and up a hill.
You’re all ready to go when you find …Your batteries are dead.You can’t scrap the mission. So what do you do?The challenge: Design and build a device to survive a drop and deliver supplies. No batteries allowed! 

 

Volunteer Roles

There are many important roles at The Tech Challenge that are filled by an army of passionate volunteers:Judges: Teams of judges evaluate entries and recommend awards to the head judges, who make the final decisions. Judges will: 

  • Observe teams as they operate their devices.
  • Review teams’ engineering journals, examine devices, and talk to team members to understand their design process, from brainstorming through to testing and final preparations for the event.

Requirements and restrictions:

  • Must attend a 75-minute training session.
  • Judge training occurs on the same days as test trials, so you can stay and see test rig operations.
  • Judges are strongly encouraged to volunteer for more than one shift.
  • Engineering experience is not required.
  • You cannot be a judge and a team adviser the same year.
  • You cannot be a judge if you have a child participating in the Tech Challenge.
  • Judges must be at least 18 years old and not current high school students.

Event support: We need flexible folks who can help out where they are needed most throughout the eventTeam check-in: Be the first to greet our teams at the showcase. Help us track who shows up, and help the teams head off in the right direction.Judging support: Collect scoresheets and return them to head judges. 

 

To apply or find out more, please visit our website:

https://www.thetech.org/thetechchallenge/volunteer

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Volunteer Chef Coordinator position. 

Liaison to dozens of renowned chefs in Bay Area which includes: 

 · Extending Chef Invitations 

· Confirming participation 

· Acquiring their four-course menus 

· Coordinating details of the event  

Work can be done from home with periodic visits to our Berkeley office; Lunch or dinner will be provided when on site. Estimated work time is about 3hrs per week, with some weeks where communication is more urgent and possibly time consuming.   

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House of Bread Christian Academy (HBCA) is a private school – serving students from TK through 6th grade – with a music/performing arts program. HBCA is a ministry of HofB Christian Church.    

We have an opening for a committed:
Transitional K/ Kindergarten Teacher, full-time/part-time.
 

REQUIREMENTS
- Must have experience working with children and parents.  -  Early Childhood degree preferred (CA Preschool Teacher Certification with 12 units in ECE)/B.A. in Child Development a big plus.   
- CPR and First Aide certification preferred.
- Ability to work in a team.  
- Must be a practicing Christian, an active member of a local Bible-based church, and be willing to support/follow HBCA’s statement of faith.
- Organizational skills, creativity, and enthusiasm for improvisation.  
- Experience and competence in advising and working with parents.  
- Assumes responsibility for the educational objectives of the program as well as program policies and regulations  
- Shows enthusiasm for the day, coming up with new and interesting ideas and activities to share. Engages the children throughout the day.
- Enjoys teaching children and expresses a genuine interest in their needs. Cultivates positive self-esteem through respectful and caring interactions with children.
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check including fingerprinting.     

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  
- Prepares lesson plans and implements curriculum for the TK/K class (Abeka).
- Works with the Administration, parents, teachers, and students to provide excellence in service, instruction, and communication.
- Follows preschool policies and procedures.
- Attends all training, staff meetings, and other HBCA functions.  

Please direct your completed application, including a cover letter, resume, a copy of diploma(s), reference letters, transcripts, etc. to:
HBCA, 6521 Hazel Ave., Orangevale, CA 95662
or
email scanned copies to office@HOFBacademy.org
 

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  Interested in working to benefit others while exploring your own mind and awareness? Join a six-month residential program that integrates spiritual practice with meaningful work.    The program includes:  

  • Daily morning reading and meditation sessions
  • A supportive and beautiful environment where you can      engage Buddhism, meditation, and meaningful work 
  • Access to a full range of evening classes on      meditation, Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga, Buddhist studies, Tibetan language and      more 
  • Housing in a community setting, in the foothills of      Berkeley with a spectacular view
  • Vegetarian meals, created with organic ingredients      whenever possible 
  • A small living stipend reimbursement 

Work-practice opportunities include:  

  • All aspects of managing and running a small retreat      center; we are a volunteer-run organization that is also an intentional      community 
  • Responding to student inquiries and handling      administrative matters at the Front Desk 
  • Cleaning, construction or gardening 
  • Promotions, fundraising, and outreach for retreats and      events 
  • Cooking vegetarian meals for community members and      retreatants to enjoy 
  • We try to find a best fit your skills, but ask that      participants adopt a flexible, as-needed attitude about work-practice assignments      

You will learn:   

  • How spiritual practice can be integrated with work and      daily life
  • How to deepen your awareness through investigating      mind, body, emotion, and thoughts 
  • What it means to engage a Bodhisattva path of action      through service 

Located in Berkeley, California, the Nyingma Institute offers retreats, workshops, and courses in seven fields of study. We seek residents who are interested in committing for six-months or longer as part of our live-in staff. We do not require that you be Buddhist, only that you are open and respectful.    Please note that this is a full-time, intensive program with 6 days of structured work-practice, and 1 day of free time per week.    Nyingma Institute is a 501(c)3 non-profit, volunteer-run organization that offers programs to connect you with your inner resources, expand well-being, and offer a path of wisdom. We also have a direct connection to cultural preservation work via the printing and distribution of over 3.5 million sacred Tibetan-language texts over the last 30 years.    To learn more, please visitwww.nyingmainstitute.com/volunteer  

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Inspire the next generation of innovators by exploring teaching as a second career.

The EnCorps STEM Teaching Fellowship is a rigorous on-ramp and exploration of a teaching career -- offering you the field experience, knowledge and connections to ensure you thrive. As a professional coming from STEM industry, you are uniquely positioned to inspire and engage students who need you most - those in our country's most disadvantaged schools. Change a student's view of the STEM subjects and life prospects by teaching and mentoring. EnCorps is looking for passionate and driven science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) industry professionals who want to make a difference in urban education with the following eligibility criteria: EnCorps Fellows come from a diverse range of STEM industries, but share a core commitment to public service and teaching in high needs schools. Candidates must meet the following eligibility criteria:*

  1. Three or more years of science, technology, engineering or math industry or research experience
  2. Do not currently hold a California single subject teaching credential
  3. Possess at least a bachelor's degree with a 2.50 GPA or higher
  4. Currently live in an area we serve (Greater San Francisco Bay Area, Greater Sacramento Area, Greater Los Angeles Area, Orange County, San Diego)
  5. Fully eligible to work in the United States (US Citizen, Permanent Resident, Work Visa)

Apply to the EnCorps Fellowship! http://encorps.org/apply

EnCorps Offers:

  • Immediate working with high need students as a tutor and/or guest teacher
  • from EnCorps staff and an experienced host teacher
  • and (including counseling on paying for your credential)
  • Robust slate of
  • Collaborative to share ideas, support and best practices
  • Opportunity to in and with a variety of public schools > "One of my passions in life is to see people live up to their potential. I have such fun watching my students grow and accomplish what I know they can do." -EnCorps Fellow LaTeira Haynes

Find Out More!

Visit our website, check out our next informational webinar, read answers to applicant FAQs, or reach out to Bethany Orozco, Southern California Recruitment Director, at 310-293-9220.  

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  Volunteers help greet visitors to the Haas-Lilienthal House. Responsibilities include handling admission and gift shop sales, providing tourist information, and showing historical/orientation films when necessary. Volunteers can choose between weekly shifts on Wednesdays (12:00 PM-3:00 PM), Saturdays, (12:00PM-3:00 PM). There are two shifts to choose from on Sundays, a morning shift (11:00 AM-2:00 PM) or afternoon shift (2:00 PM- 5:00 PM). Volunteers will receive training and are asked to commit to two shifts per month for at least a year 

    Volunteer Requirements: 

· Fill out and return Volunteer Application/Contact information

 · Complete all training assignments 

· Meet a minimum of 6 hours of service a month   

Volunteer Benefits:

 ·  SF Heritage membership 

· Invitations to special volunteer only events 

· Continuing educational opportunities 

·  Free House Tour admission for friends and family  

· Rewarding experiences and being part of the historical preservation community    

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Working on flyers for a community based on human development and co-working. 

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The Beat's Work Exchange Program is looking for volunteers to continue  servicing the warm, fun, and friendly environment of our studio.

Perks: Volunteers would receive an hour of free class for every hour that they work behind the desk.

After  a detailed orientation, volunteers will shadow an experienced desk  volunteer until they are capable of handling a solo shift. Minimum of  two hours a week (Open for discussion)

 **Sundays 9:15AM-11:45AM, Wednesdays 3:15PM-5:15PM, Fridays 2PM-4PM**  

Duties include:

* Welcomes visitors by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.

* Directs visitors by maintaining employee and client registration; giving instructions.

* Professionalism and Customer Focus

* Responsible for taking money in the form of cash, check, or credit card.

* Provides change, balances drawer, and processes card transactions through Mind Body website.

*Signing In students with the Mind Body website and confirming that their class cards are up to date.

* Additional tasks to be assigned by the Work Exchange Coordinator

 

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Mandala Training Program - Live, Work, and Learn in a Buddhist Community

Seeking dedicated idealists with interest in Buddhism and living in community.

We are looking for responsible, serious residents who are excited to explore a way of life centered on community, personal growth, and service to others. 

We offer a challenging and enriching work-study environment, where working to benefit others is the key to unlocking your inner potential.

Are you curious and creative? Do you love participating in a variety of activities, working in non-profit, team-oriented settings, and cooperating with others to accomplish a shared vision to bring goodness into the world? Then the Nyingma Mandala may be the perfect community for you. 

The program includes:

  1. Freshly-prepared vegetarian meals
  2. Housing in a community setting - either your own room, or with one roommate. 
  3. Classes on meditation, Tibetan yoga, Tibetan Buddhism, and more at the Nyingma Institute and Dharma College.
  4. Daily meditation and practices 
  5. Opportunity to transform work into a meaningful practice that leads to inner development and benefits others

Work-practice assignments may include:

  1. Copywriting, e-marketing, email design, website updates, social media
  2. Event planning and coordination, office administration 
  3. Grant-writing, both academic and for non-profits
  4. Sacred art projects, especially involving sewing
  5. Cooking vegetarian meals for groups
  6. Maintenance and property management, including gardening
  7. Bookkeeping 
  8. Volunteer management and coordination
  9. Information technology

We seek people who have the experience, education, or who have the aptitude and willingness to learn and develop the necessary skills in one or more of these areas. Special training will be provided for the sacred art projects. 

Selection Criteria:

  1. Willingness to fully participate in all program activities 
  2. Readiness to contribute energy and enthusiasm
  3. Open-minded, self-reflective, and ready to learn and engage deeply on inner and outer levels.
  4. Will follow all the program rules and abide by a simple Code of Conduct for the community. 
  5. Healthy and able to care for oneself, and without significant mental or physical health issues
  6. Comfortable with either office work or light physical work, or a combination 
  7. You do not need to be Buddhist, but you must be open, respectful, and curious about what we do. 
  8. Minimum commitment is 6 months 
  9. Couples are welcome.
  10. We are a drug-free community and ask that alcohol and meat not be brought onto the premises.

Please visit www.mandalatraining.org for full details about the program. 

We are located in the colorful and free-spirited city of Berkeley, with two locations near the University. The Mandala Training program offers a structure to help you work with and deepen your experience, with mandatory meditation and a class specially designed for full-time participants.

How to apply

Please visit our website to understand the details and nature of the program prior to applying. To apply, download the application on our website and email it to mtp@mandalatraining.org. Please also feel free to reach out with any questions or to chat about living and working with us! 

Email: mtp@mandalatraining.org 

Website: www.mandalatraining.org 

 

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Root Solutions is seeking volunteers to join a team of visionaries, creators, and disruptors who want to re-shape the future of the environmental movement in North America and beyond. We are currently looking for four Project/Research Assistants to join our team. Although this is a volunteer position, you will be an active member of our team and a listed staff on our website and in correspondences. You’re vital to the success of programs that will transform the environmental movement and the planet.  

 

Overall Function  

Under the supervision of the Project Manager & Executive Director, the Project/Research Assistant will play an active role in all of Root Solutions initiatives. Projects may include, but are not limited to:   

  •  Researching how behavioral design can reduce energy and/or paper consumption  
  • Acting as a research assistant for our environmental behavioral design practitioner’s guide -- translating research into more accessible, actionable information  
  • Assisting in the design of training materials  
  • Developing content for our website and social media  
  • Watching and curating relevant TED talks and other videos  

Qualifications/skills and knowledge requirements 

  • Ideal candidate is a part-time student or post-grad seeking experience in the environmental field (We prefer volunteers that can commit at least 15 hours per week and can primarily complete their work during regular business hours, Monday - Thursday)  
  • Must have strong research and writing skills  
  • Must be well-organized, self-motivated and detail-oriented  
  • Must be able to adapt and to prioritize  
  • Must have the ability to meet deadlines and demonstrate initiative  

Opportunities 

  • Every two weeks, we have intern activities, which include at least one field trip, one-on-one mentorship, gain professional development, and to present your own input and research to the group.  
  • We work hard to pair our volunteers with projects that are interesting to them or important for their career growth.              

 

Organization

Root Solutions works to provide conservationists and policy makers with tools and resources informed by the proven methods of behavioral economics and behavior design, allowing them to create more effective campaigns, policies, and strategies that reflect how people are actually motivated and make decisions. By understanding human behavior, and the factors which influence the choices people make, conservationists will be able to “nudge” people toward decisions and behavior that are good for them and good for the planet.  As a young non-profit with ambitious goals (including expanding our work to all cause movements), our existing funding is restricted to program activities. Root Solutions is primarily volunteer run.  

 

Location & Logistics  

This position includes primarily working in-person work at our Emeryville office, with the opportunity to mix in remote work. Position is part time. We generally ask for a commitment of at least 4 working days, over the course of a 10-week period. Ideal start date is during the week of May 1st or 22nd – September 7th, 2018. We are happy to offer flexibility with your schedule, and are open to any variants of days that work best for you.  

Compensation: This is a volunteer position  

Application Materials  

Deadline for Applications is April 15th, however, we will continue accepting applications on a rolling basis for future career opportunities.  Interested applicants should submit a brief cover letter and resume to: 

Lauren Highleyman
Project Manager
Email: lauren.highleyman@therootsolutions.org 

Subject Heading: Communications Assistant  

Indicate whether you are able to work for class credit or note whether you will receive any work-study or grant money for this position.     

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Assist with delivering orders to customers seated at their tables, take phone orders making sure to note order clearly to the kitchen, bag completed orders and hand over to the customers. possibly added tasks as seen appropriate. Some cafe experience is preferable but not a must.

here are few summarized qualifications:

  • Excellent customer interaction
  • Speaks fluent English 
  • willing to multitask 
  • Punctual and willing to accept new tasks
  • work well under pressure 
  • communicate well with colleagues 
  • Fast learner
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Little Builders' Preschool & Daycare is an in home family Preschool & Daycare located on the westside of Redwood City. We are looking for a Spanish speaking teacher. 

Job description.

  • Teaching Spanish 
  • Develope a daily curriculum
  • Singing, dancing and reading
  • Responsible for most of the daily operation 
  • Be creative, participate in contributing ideas as well as follow instructions 
  • Taking care of children from 0-5 years old (changing diapers, prepare food, putting children to sleep)
  • Keeping the daycare clean
  • And miscellaneous others

This is a full/part time job. Hours needed 8:00 am - 5:30 pm. We prefer someone with daycare experience and have Early Childhood Education (12-15 units) but not require. Other requirements after being hired: current First AID, pediatric CPR certified and AED training, must pass fingerprint background check. Must love little kids, be reliable, open minded, work well with others, and have a good attitude.

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