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New LGBT Platform Volunteers


7 hours ago
7h ago

San Francisco, CA

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EqualityPact: Stronger LGBTQ Communities for a Better World

If we all work together, we can make better lives for ourselves. Each and  every one of us – that’s how many people we want to get involved in our  movement. Serving all LGBTQ communities, we at EqualityPact are excited  to introduce a free community platform that connects people and delivers  all the latest news, political action information, social issue talking  points, travel tips, health tips, and more. Finally, you can get the  life coverage that you need instantly on your mobile device. Additional  features will include a lost and found, urgent alerts, crime tips, and  safety information.

We invite all EqualityPact users to express  themselves and to let their opinions be heard. Our environment is  designed specifically for inclusiveness, helping you to feel closer to  the LGBTQ community at large. While we have done a lot of conceptual  work behind the scenes to get ready for the EqualityPact launch, there  is still plenty to be done in terms of technical stuff. This is where  you come in, friends.

We’re eager to build connections with talented volunteer people in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have no exact  requirements for volunteering at this stage but are always looking for: 

  • Bloggers
  • Writers
  • Therapists
  • Assistants
  • Fundraisers
  • Grant Writers
  • Life Coaches
  • Program Coordinators
  • Researchers
  • School Counselors
  • Social Service Specialists
  • Social Media Specialists
  • UX/UI Designers
  • Web Designers
  • Web Developers

If you’d like to join our team, send your details

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STEM Teacher - Transition from industry to the classroom

EnCorps STEM Teachers Program

15 hours ago
15h ago

Los Angeles, CA

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New year, new career:
Will 2018 be the year you discover a rewarding and meaningful opportunity to share your professional experience? 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!

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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AmeriCorps Fellow

Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL)

2 days ago
2d ago

San Francisco, CA

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The Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) creates effective volunteering programs in nonprofits providing direct service to low-income families, the homeless, or environmental restoration and conservancy, so that those organizations can better meet community needs. Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership will be placing each selected VIP Fellow inside a Bay Area nonprofit agency to increase the number of skilled and one-time volunteers, providing needed services to nonprofits and other community-based organizations. VIP Fellows will build capacity within the partnering nonprofit's volunteer program by providing the support, skills, and resources volunteers need to be successful.Term of service: January/February, 2018 - July/ August 31, 2018


  • Recruit, train, and lead new volunteers, particularly specialized/skilled volunteers
  • Develop and implement a volunteer program and community service projects for the nonprofit
  • Coordinate community outreach strategies for volunteer recruitment that involves social media outreach, creating and distributing marketing and communication materials, etc.
  • Build business partnerships that provide support for the nonprofit, including fundraising
  • Track volunteer program and infrastructure development at the nonprofit, utilizing a defined AmeriCorps Member Work Plan
  • Serve side-by-side with volunteers to provide guidance, to better understand the clients’ needs, and to improve the volunteer experience
  • Participate in all program-required trainings and development opportunities, including orientation, regular meetings with your local VIP team, and in-person and online trainings

Desired Skills:

  • Organized, responsible, flexible, motivated and professional
  • Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback
  • Strong personal standards of excellence, ethics, and integrity
  • Ability to create positive relationships with staff
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks
  • Possess leadership and interpersonal skills to work effectively with others

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must Speak Spanish
  • Must have completed some college by your start date
  • Must either be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident of the United States
  • Must not have more than 4 or more terms of service previously with AmeriCorps

Benefits of Service:

  • Living Stipend $7,500
  • Education Award of $2,907 to pay for post-secondary education or to repay qualified student loans
  • Health Care coverage
  • Student loan deferment and interest repayment if applicable
  • Child Care assistance if applicable
  • Food assistance if applicable
  • Extensive professional development and experiential learning opportunities
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Lead / Assistant preschool teacher - Montessori


Stem Montessori Academy of Libertyville

3 days ago
3d ago

Libertyville, IL

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This teacher need to:

 Be responsible for preparation of the classroom environment, materials and equipment; ensures that all materials are in good repair and all sets complete. Develops and makes materials when needed.

 Plan and implement the Montessori curriculum. Give appropriate presentations and establish a record keeping system to track the children’s progress.

 Supervise the classroom assistant, aide, interns, substitutes, and parent volunteers. Provide necessary instruction and training for those assisting in the classroom environment

 Promote good communication among staff members.

 Facilitate a respectful environment for children and adults by advocating conflict resolution and Grace and Courtesy lessons.

 Ensure respectful and open lines of communication with parents. Be available to parents through written communication, setting up conferences, and educating parents in Montessori philosophy.

 Plan and host Parent Education events twice a year

 Assess prospective children when they visit the school.

 Provide first aid as needed and complete appropriate forms for parents.

 Be a community leader, responsible for the school in the absence of an Administrator

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Live, Work, and Learn in a Buddhist Community

Nyingma Institute

3 days ago
3d ago

Berkeley, CA

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  Join our six-month residential program that integrates spiritual practice with meaningful work.   Located in Berkeley, California, the Nyingma Institute offers retreats and courses based on the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Our fields of study include: Nyingma Meditation, Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga, Nyingma Psychology, Buddhist Studies, Skillful Means and more.    We seek residents who are interested in committing for a six-month period as part of our live-in staff.    The program includes: ● 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  ● Evening classes and workshops on meditation, Tibetan yoga, Tibetan Buddhist studies, and more  ● Daily morning reading and evening meditation sessions ● A weekly Mandala Training class that introduces our wider community and the fundamentals of Buddhism  ● A supportive and beautiful environment where you can engage Buddhism, meditation and meaningful work    Possible tasks include: ● Responding to student inquiries and handling administrative matters at the Front Desk  ● Cleaning, construction or gardening  ● Help with systems / maintaining information accurately  ● Promotions, outreach, graphic design or copywriting for retreats and events  ● Facilities support and management  ● Cooking vegetarian meals for community members and retreatants to enjoy  ● We try to work with your skills, but ask that participants adopt an as-needed attitude towards work-practice assignments    We accept participants with great care, but do not require that you be Buddhist, only that you are open, respectful and interested in being here!    Join a community that seeks to make a difference in the world through meaningful work.    To learn more, please Contact:   

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Upper Level Tutor


WorldWise Tutoring LLC

5 days ago
5d ago

Chicago, IL

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I need qualified and experienced tutors to work in-person with Chicago students grades 8-12. Most students need assistance with upper level maths and sciences and/or prep for ISEE, HSPT, ACT, and SAT. Experience working with students with LDs such as ADHD and Executive Functioning is a plus. Tutors with Master's and PhDs are paid more.

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Part Time Tutoring


Professor Ha Tutoring Center

7 days ago
7d ago

Alameda, CA

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This is the Professor Ha Tutoring Center in Alameda. We are looking for new teachers to join our part time teaching staff. Since 1991, we have helped local students with homework and essay writing, test preparation and general counseling. Our students range from Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle through High school. We tutor all subjects including Math, English, Science and Humanities. We work with all types of students, from those who are struggling with classwork to highly advanced and motivated students.

We prefer candidates who are good with kids and have some previous tutoring experience. A background in Math, Science or Education would be most helpful. You do not need a teaching credential, and we will provide training. The job is fun and rewarding in many ways.

We offer flexible hours and a competitive salary, depending on your qualifications. You're looking at 12 to 15 hrs a week of time commitment. The hours will be mostly afterschool on the weekday, and on Saturday morning. Please email us your resume and we will contact you to set up an interview. Please check out our website at for more info. Thank you. 

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Spanish Daycare Teacher

Little Builders Day Care

7 days ago
7d ago

Redwood, CA

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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.

  • Taking care of children from 0-2 years old (changing diapers, prepare food, putting children to sleep)
  • Teaching Spanish 
  • Singing, dancing and reading
  • Responsible for most of the daily operation 
  • develope a daily curriculum and weekly lunch schedule 
  • Be creative, participate in contributing ideas as well as follow instructions 
  • Keeping the daycare clean
  • And miscellaneous others

This is a full/part time job. Hours needed 7:30 am - 4:00 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, and have a good attitude.

Please apply via Localwise and provide your contact information, tell us about yourself and your qualifications or submit a resume.

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Law 4 the People Internship

The National Lawyers Guild Bay Area Chapter

7 days ago
7d ago

San Francisco, California

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The National Lawyers Guild Bay Area Chapter (NLGSF) is currently seeking an enthusiastic and administratively competent intern. The individual will gain access to the Bay Area progressive legal community and knowledge of challenges and attacks on human rights throughout the country. Includes working on issues such as demonstrations law (defending protesters), human rights, immigrant rights, anti-racism and queer/transgender rights. Also involves engaging with members of the NLGSF at events in various parts of the Bay Area.

The internship is 3-6 months, during which time the intern will assist office staff with general administrative duties and be assigned individual projects to complete during the summer and/or semester. Must be computer literate, comfortable working in a hectic environment, have a good phone demeanor and a passion for social justice. Please keep in mind this internship is 90% administrative work and is at a social justice oriented NGO and not a law firm. However, there is the potential for interns to undertake independent initiatives and projects and to attend membership subcommittee meetings and participate in member events. The office is open from 1-7 Monday through Friday and interns usually work during this time with some events taking place in the evenings.

The internship is unpaid. Perfect for activists and pre-law students. Both undergraduate and postgraduate students welcome. People of color and members of the LGBTQI community strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to with subject line "Law 4 the People Internship" and please include ideal start/end dates and approximate weekly availability.

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Field Biology Intern

John Muir National Historic Site

8 days ago
8d ago

Martinez, CA

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Open to: College students or recent graduates  

Summary:  The Field Biology Internship is designed to prepare students for careers in Conservation Ecology and Environmental Sciences. Students working in this internship will assist Biologists in a variety of natural resource management projects, inventory and monitoring activities. Work may involve collection of field data and observations, reporting to park biologists about notable findings, geographical information systems (GIS), invasive plant management and resource protection issues. The skills and knowledge learned from this internship include, but are not limited to, wildlife and vegetation study methods, scientific techniques, the mission and history of the National Park Service, professionalism and public speaking.  Interns will also learn how to work as a team, how to communicate project results to others, and how to develop a career in the environmental field.   

Internship Work Responsibilities include: · Inventory, monitor and remove invasive plants · Assist with general natural resource management projects and activities   · Conduct habitat restoration · Assist with wildlife surveys   · Apply basic biology concepts and methods in a field setting  · Help with community outreach and education efforts   

Internship Qualifications: · Interest in Environmental/Biological Sciences or other related fields preferred · Strong communication skills (verbal & written); use of appropriate language · Observant and strong attention to detail · Ability to work independently or on teams in various outdoor settings and conditions   

Internship Requirements:  · Ability to balance academic and work commitments · Agree to and sign Volunteer Service Agreement after selected for internship · Maintain a professional demeanor and appropriately represent the National Park Service   

Hours and Commitment: · Minimum commitment of once/week during the spring/summer  · Weekly hours may change based on project requirements and intern availability · Interns are expected to work no less than 80 hours total throughout their commitment. · After a commitment of 80 volunteer hours, performance will be reviewed to determine eligibility into a paid position   

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House Museum Docent

San Francisco Heritage

8 days ago
8d ago

San Francisco, CA

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House Tours: Volunteers lead the public through tours of the exterior and interior of the Haas-Lilienthal House. Public tours are offered on Wednesday (12-3), Saturday (12-3), and Sunday (11-4). All tours of the house are guided. Volunteers complete training in order to conduct tours. Docents choose a weekday or weekend shift and asked to commit to two shifts a month for at least a year.

  School Tours: Tours are offered to select 3rd-grade classrooms through our popular Heritage Hikes program. December through May local school groups schedule visits to the Haas-Lilienthal House on Tuesdays and Thursdays mornings (9:30 AM -10:30 AM) or (11:00 AM-12:00 PM) and are given a guided tour. Heritage Hike House tours involve additional teaching aids and a different presentation than a regular House tour. Volunteers complete training in order to conduct Heritage Hikes tours and asked commit to two shifts per month for at least a year.  


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Spring/Summer Camp Instructors


BrainVyne Camps

8 days ago
8d ago

Palo Alto, CA

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     Come join our 2018 Team!

    Required Qualifications:   

  • Love working with kids  
  • Bachelor's degree or several years of college  
  • Demonstrated skills in classroom management  
  • Ability to acquire knowledge of the camp curriculum.  
  • Professional manner and positive attitude.  
  • Have the habit of responding quickly to text and email. Must have a smart phone  
  • Have a reliable, insured and registered car, along with a valid local driver’s license  
  • Must be 100% fluent in English; be able to write interesting, concise and  grammatically correct notes to parents  
  • Must have great references  
  • Can pass our rigorous background check  


  • Preferred Qualifications:  
  • Master’s Degree or higher  
  • Summer camp experience or experience working with youth  
  • Teaching experience  
  • Availability to teach in multiple camp locations  


  • Responsibilities  
  • Create a fun environment  
  • Deliver the BrainVyne curriculum  
  • Customize the curriculum and delivery to meet the students' needs  
  • Foster a classroom environment that encourages interaction and collaboration among  camp students and teachers  
  • Ensure the success of every student in the class including active engagement,  academic understanding, project accomplishment, and social interaction.  
  • Represent BrainVyne to parents through effective daily communication.  Communication topics include the highlights of the day, the child's strengths and areas  of improvement  
  • Lead Instructors must provide leadership guidance to the Instructor team  and Counselors-in-training  
  • Maintain adequate communication with the site director on a daily basis  
  • Participate in mandatory pre-camp meeting and classroom setup  
  • Participate in mandatory post-camp meeting  
  • Provide feedback on the curriculum and camp operations  
  • Report to camp site on time.  
  • Prefer commitment of 4 consecutive weeks or more.  
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Sperm Donor

The Sperm Bank of California

9 days ago
9d ago

Berkeley, CA

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 We are seeking healthy men of all ethnicities!

You may preliminarily qualify to be a Paid Sperm Donor if:

  • You are between 20 and 38 years of age
  • You live within 25 miles of our downtown Berkeley office
  • You are at least 5'7" in height.

If you meet these requirements and would like to become a donor, go to our Online Application

TSBC donors say:

"The staff was very accommodating of my schedule; they were flexible."

"Everyone was very friendly and professional. I never felt like I didn't know what was next."

"I have a deeper respect for people who need programs like this."

How does it work?

  • Sperm donors make a commitment to donate samples at least once a week for up to 12 months.
  • Donations are made at our lab in downtown Berkeley, one block from BART, two blocks from UC Campus. Monday-Thursday 8am-3pm, Friday 8am-2pm.
  • Program Donors earn $125 for every acceptable sperm donation, and are paid once a month.

Many Program Donors qualify for extra Bonus Payments!

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Environment & Behavioral Economics Projects/Research/Communications Assistant

Root Solutions

11 days ago
11d ago

Emeryville, CA

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Human behavior is at the root of both environmental problems and their solutions.

Project/Research and Communications Assistants 

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 looking for both Project/Research assistants and Communication Assistants for winter and spring of 2018. Although this is a volunteer position, you will be an active member of our team, and are vital to the success of programs that will transform the environmental movement and the planet.  (Scroll down for more information about each position.)


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  

During the months of January & February the position is primarily working remotely online, with occasional in-person meetings in the Bay Area (SF, East Bay or North Bay). After February, the position includes a mix of remote work and in-person work at our Emeryville office. Position is part time.

Ideal start date is during the week of January 15th or 22nd, 2018.

To apply  Submit your cover letter, resume and any additional materials to


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


Overall Function  

We seek talented employees who crave learning new skills and aren't afraid to tackle big projects. As our Communications Assistant you will have ownership over important initiatives that will help us grow. The Communications Assistant is responsible for supporting social media efforts, including developing content for Facebook, Twitter and blogs. This will require research into the growing application of behavioral science to the environment.  Our ideal candidate is someone who walks into a room of people and walks out with new friends! Someone who is thoughtful when interacting with online communities and building relationships. Interested applicants should have communications, research and writing skills. Basic knowledge of environmental issues is needed. Interest and experience in environmental psychology or behavioral economics is preferred.      

What You Will Learn:         

  • How to create a long term social media plan and marketing calendar  
  • How to schedule social media and track social media analytics and report results  and new ideas to our marketing team  
  • How to create compelling content  
  • Techniques to create viral loops between our Facebook, twitter, and blog  accounts  

 Specific duties may include, but are not limited to:        

  • Monitoring traditional and non-traditional media outlets for coverage and opportunities  
  • Circulating bi-monthly media clips  
  • Writing content for social media (blogs, tweets, Facebook posts) and other  communication as needed 
  • Researching behavioral insights  
  • Creating visual-based content for social media  

  What We Require:        

  • Background in marketing, communication, or other related discipline  
  • Strong writing skills  
  • Must be well-organized, self-motivated and detail-oriented  
  • Knowledge of media including Twitter, Facebook and blogging  
  • Ability to meet deadlines and demonstrate initiative  
  • Fearless – not afraid to be a bold and outside the box thinker  
  • Love for using social networking sites, and excitement to learn new skills  


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Work-study Program Participant

The Nyingma Association of Mandala Organizations (NAMO)

15 days ago
15d ago

Berkeley, CA

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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 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 Please also feel free to reach out with any questions or to chat about living and working with us! 




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The Forget Me Not Childrens Hospice

Bradford, West Yorkshire

Asda Rooley Lane Bucket Collector Volunteer – Bradford We are looking for volunteers who strive to be brilliant – it's not just money that keeps the cogs turning here at Forget Me Not, it's the ...

Strictly Pennine Bucket Collector Volunteer

The Forget Me Not Childrens Hospice

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Strictly Pennine Bucket Collector Volunteer Lawrence Batley Theatre We are looking for volunteers who strive to be brilliant – it's not just money that keeps the cogs turning here at Forget Me Not ...

Gender Equality And Social Inclusion Coordinator - Volunteer

Cuso International

Toronto, Ontario

The Volunteer's Role Cuso International and the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) are co-implementing the “Midwives Save Lives” (MSL) project with the financial support of Global Affairs ...

Gender, Knowledge And Communication Advisor - Volunteer

Cuso International

Toronto, Ontario

As a volunteer, you will: - Provide technical support to develop advocacy strategies for beneficiaries and communities - Identify gaps in the Centre for Health Works and Development existing ...

Volunteer Development Officer

CHM Recruit

Midhurst, West Sussex

Volunteer Development Officer Location: Midhurst, West Sussex Salary: £28,564 to £35,806 per annum Hours: 37 hours per week Type of post: Permanent Across the organisation volunteers from over 170 ...

Volunteer Programme Manager.


Manchester, Greater Manchester

Volunteer Programme Manager. Location: Manchester. Salary: £22,000 per annum. Level: Management. Job Type: Contract. Hours: 38.50 hours (occasional evenings and weekends). Holidays: 28 days plus ...

Volunteer Services Team Manager.


London, Inner London

The Volunteer Services Team Manager will ensure that the volunteer network is effectively and efficiently supported with practical, technical and welfare advice. They will pro-actively work with the ...

Volunteer Manager - Gwent - fixed term contract - ...

Volunteering Matters

Newport, Gwent

Volunteer Manager. Ref: V164. Salary: £22,443. Hours per week: 35. Location: Gwent. Closing date: Noon 29 January 2018. Interview date and Location: 6 February 2018 – Pontypool. To Apply please ...

Volunteer Learning and Development Officer (Matern...

MS Society

London, Inner London

The Volunteering team provides information, advice and support to all staff and volunteers across the UK on issues related to volunteering. Position: Volunteer Learning and Development Officer

Volunteer Activity Research Assistant - Cottesloe

(unknown company)


4 – 8 hours per week Join the world's largest humanitarian network The Program You'll provide assistance to our Activity & Volunteer Coordinator by assisting in the research of both centre-based ...

Child Safe Contact Officer Support Volunteer - Cottesloe

(unknown company)


The CSCO Support Volunteer will support the CSCO team in developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating child safe policies across multiple programs The opportunity The CSCO Support Volunteer ...

Administrative Assistant, Community-led Services, Library Volunteering team, Banstead 18 hours

Surrey County Council

banstead, england

A wide range of other volunteer roles are available in the remaining 42 libraries. You would support the library volunteering team with administrative tasks including collection, manipulation, and ...

Volunteer Development Manager.

National Trust

Woodbridge, Suffolk

As Volunteering Development Manager you'll be developing the many exciting new opportunities that have arisen as part of the project and ensure volunteers time andd talents are used effectively. You ...

SBP Volunteer Manager


Houston, TX

SBP Volunteer Manager To Apply: Submit a tailored cover letter, resume, three professional references and salary history to We will follow up with qualified candidates- please no ...

Volunteer Fundraisers

United Contract and Management

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Apply today and help us raise funds for an EPIC awareness festival taking place in July 2018. Our company UCMI has something for everyone; but our pride and joy is our Annual Awareness event that ...

Volunteer Administrative Assistant / Receptionist

You & Me Counselling

Hornchurch, Essex

We are looking for an Administrative Assistant / Receptionist to join our team for three days a week. Duties will include providing general administrative support to the development manager ...

Referral and Volunteer Development Officer



The Referral and Volunteer Development Officer is responsible for sourcing new contacts with people that can make child referrals and new respite break volunteers from across the UK as well as ...

Volunteering Officer

Alzheimers Society

Bristol, Avon

... our volunteer recruitment across the region. About you: Along with excellent people skills, you must have the confidence and expertise to communicate our vision and inspire others to take up ...

Head of Volunteering.

Save the Children

London, Inner London

Establish and deliver a comprehensive volunteer management framework and policies, procedures and processes, which operate in parallel to HR policies for staff in line with legislative and ...

Corporate Relationships Officer.

National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO

London, Inner London

You understand the voluntary sector and volunteering, as well as current developments in corporate social responsibility. An excellent communicator, you have a track record in business development

Volunteering Development Officer.

Teenage Cancer Trust

London, Inner London

Finally, you will have a good understanding of volunteer management best practice, and be supportive, solutions orientated, confident, and approachable. How to apply. For more information and to ...

Volunteering Co-ordinator.

Central London Samaritans

London, Inner London

Situated in the heart of London, 450 volunteers deliver the Central London Samaritans service round the clock, every day of the year providing support for anyone struggling to cope. Assisted by a ...

Group Quality and Impact Officer.

Bolton Community and Voluntary Services (CVS)

Bolton, Greater Manchester

Bolton CVS has an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about the voluntary and community sector, understands the challenges it faces and who can drive forward our focus on quality and ...

Senior Recruitment Specialist, Volunteer Services (Salt Lake City, UT)

Red Cross

Salt Lake City, UT

: The American Red Cross is a strong network of volunteers, donors and partners who are always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that all people affected by disaster ...

Volunteering Business Partner.

Parkinson's UK

London, Inner London

The successful candidates will be responsible for providing specialist advice to teams on volunteer management and champion volunteer engagement throughout the charity. This is an exciting time to ...

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