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Veteran Youth Soccer Coach - Street Soccer USA/UP2US

Street Soccer USA (SF)

Aug. 27, 2018, 3 a.m. - Sept. 2, 2019, 3 a.m.

Up2Us Sports is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring youth to achieve their potential by providing them with coaches trained in positive youth development. We do this by identifying, training, and supporting coaches who bring sports-based youth development to low-income communities as part of our national service programs to help fight childhood obesity, to inspire academic success, and to reduce youth violence.Street Soccer USA uses the power of soccer to help people of all ages and backgrounds discover their strengths and take positive steps forward in their lives. Our unique curriculum connects soccer skills to life skills, giving our players the tools they need to unlock the promise in themselves. By hosting community-based events, connecting with community partners, and showing up for practices and games, we create the space for our players to cultivate trusting relationships and develop the confidence to succeed. Responsibilities Encourage participants to gain and develop life skills, knowledge, and techniques through soccer, using lessons learned at Up2Us Sports’ and Street Soccer USA training events. Embody SSUSA Curriculum & Methodology to lead youth practices four or more times per week, Monday - Saturday for one service year. Perform data collection activities including roster development for attendance tracking and reporting, fitness testing, and administering impact surveys as directed by your Up2Us Coach Program Manager Act as a role model, gaining the respect and trust of the community and youth served Completion of monthly reflection logs Attend/participate in Up2Us Coach monthly trainings, meetings, and special initiatives Eligibility Requirements Veteran applicants are given priority to this position Pass all necessary Federal and State background checks Must have, or be working toward, a High School diploma, GED or it’s equivalent Ability to commit to required hours of Up2Us Coach service Qualifications A focus on helping youth become successful young people Strong communication and interpersonal skills A commitment to improving conditions and providing opportunities for all youth Flexibility and adaptability in work style and in work environment Can manage a dynamic work schedule with other jobs, personal responsibilities, school, etc. Able to meet deadlines and complete tasks/projects on-time Compensation/ Benefits AmeriCorps Living Allowance (900 Hours = $7,700) End-of-Service Education Award (900 hours = $2,907) 40 hours of research-based training and professional development Sports-Based Youth Development Certification Uniform/gear provided by Uniqlo and Nike Access to the Up2Us Sports network of over 1200 youth sports organizations Free access to play with other SSUSA Coaches, Volunteers, and Supporters in the SSUSA’s I PLAY FOR Soccer League in San Francisco.

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701 Oak St
San Francisco, California 94117

Healthy Choices Americorps Member (Full-Time Paid Position)

SFUSD Mentoring For Success

Aug. 31, 2018, 10:30 a.m. - June 28, 2019, 7 p.m.

Do you love working with kids? Do you want a valuable experience working in public schools?San Francisco Unified School District Healthy Choices AmeriCorps might just be your springboard to a lifelong career in Education!The mission of San Francisco Unified School District’s School Health Programs Office is to ensure a coordinated system of supports and resources that, in partnership with family and communities, foster safe and caring learning environments where all students flourish. SFUSD Healthy Choices AmeriCorps is a new project to build our capacity to realize our mission. Through this program we will reach over 1,600 students in 30 public schools.POSITION SUMMARY Healthy Choices AmeriCorps seeks San Francisco community members to provide service to strengthen mentoring programs and to support a positive school climate. This position is an excellent opportunity to get your foot in the door in San Francisco public schools by coordinating programs and activities in partnership with School Social Workers, Nurses, Teachers, and Community Volunteers. Healthy Choices AmeriCorps members are paid a monthly stipend for their service engaging students, families, and school community members.The primary goal is to improve student success by increasing attendance and pro-social behaviors on school campuses. Regular training by San Francisco Unified School District will ensure Healthy Choices AmeriCorps members have the knowledge and skills to offer high quality volunteer service to schools at individual, group, and school-wide levels.Responsibilities include:- Support school-based mentoring programs; Mentor students- Lead organized recess and lunch-time activities, clubs and team-building activities; and activities during the after school program to support SFUSD personnel- Help school employees in organizing class materials, scheduling, and spreading the word to students and families about pro-social behavior; participate in school-wide incentives program- Help lead school-wide activities such as monthly Health Education events, school assemblies, fairs, and educational events to help students make healthy choices- Support the improvement of volunteer programs and strengthen school/community relationships by helping recruit and retain school volunteers- Participate in local and school-based service events; help produce appreciation activities Complete grant required paperwork and data entry in a timely manner- Attend regular supervision meetings and work cooperatively with school personnel such as School Social Worker or Counselor, School Nurse and other adults involved with the school and youth- Attend weekly professional development meetings and meetings relevant to Healthy Choices AmeriCorps- Develop a work plan in collaboration with school site supervisorQUALIFICATIONS - A passion for national and community service- Effective communication: writing and editing; comfortable speaking in front of groups- Excellent organization skills; able to effectively manage time and meet competing demands; reliable; punctual- Flexibility, adaptability, and positive attitude to learning- The ability to work independently and as part of a team- Commitment to youth development; Experience with children 5-17 preferred- Experience with and/or desire to work with diverse people, organizations and communities- BA/BS (Education, Social Work, Health) strongly preferred- Bilingual and/or Bicultural a plus- You must be a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent resident alien of the U.S. to be an AmeriCorps MemberAMERICORPS SERVICE REQUIREMENTS- Not a current SFUSD Employee- Commit to a minimum of 1700 hours of documented service during the school year Complete all required AmeriCorps documentation and monthly reporting- Complete service project activities in the community-Attend trainings and events to build skills and knowledge specific to school communities.- Complete all professional development requirements as part of member contractPOSITION BENEFITS- Monthly living allowance of $1,671 - $5,920 Education Award upon completion of service - AmeriCorps childcare benefits for qualifying members with children under the age of 13 - Opportunity to get health insurance - Professional training and networking in public education and the mentoring field - Extensive experience in public school district programming, communications and program strategies, as well as opportunity to strengthen writing and communication skills - A built-in network of Corps Members and colleagues

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various schools in SF
San Francisco, California 94110

Up2Us Americorps Coach (SF Bay Area)

Up2Us Sports

Sept. 1, 2018, 3 a.m. - Aug. 31, 2019, 3 a.m.

This role is for people who are passionate about supporting youth and who are willing to commit to a year of service at a community sports-based youth development program.About Up2Us Sports & AmeriCorpsFounded in 2010, Up2Us Sports is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring youth to achieve their potential by providing them with coaches trained in positive youth development. We do this by identifying, training, and supporting coaches who bring sports-based youth development to low-income communities as part of our national service program, Up2Us Coach. Up2Us Coach and Up2Us Training focus on providing coaches with positive youth development and mentoring strategies to help fight childhood obesity, to inspire academic success, and to reduce youth violence. While cultivating caring, trust-based relationships with the youth they serve, Up2Us Coaches can make a great impact and experience meaningful connections within their community.AmeriCorps State and National programs provide thousands of Americans each year the opportunity to improve the lives of their fellow citizens through long-term service efforts in their local community.Principal Member Duties and ResponsibilitiesDuring the term of service, the Up2Us AmeriCorps Coach will primarily serve in a direct-service role at his/her host site for a total of 900 hours over the course of 12 months (apx20 hrs/wk). Direct-service duties and responsibilities must account for at least 70% of the coach’s total service term hours, align with Up2Us Sports’ mission and goals, and coincide with the following guidelines:Sports Based Youth Development (SBYD) Coaching (70%)Lead SBYD programming (schedule, activity/sport determined by the host site) for at least 80 youth participantsWith support of the host site and Up2Us, comply with host site training and guidance for program implementationMaintain knowledge of and implement Up2Us SBYD training strategies and techniquesCreate and utilize lesson plans that maximize youth physical fitness and skill developmentIncorporate opportunities to recognize, practice, and develop competence in the Up2Us High Impact Attributes (life skills for healthy decision making) during sport activitiesEnhance skill development during non-sport enrichment activities by intentionally connecting and cascading skill competence learned from sports sessions with classroom and community applicationsCreate and foster an inclusive team culture by maintaining a safe space, by encouraging pro-social connections, and by practicing positive traditionsServe as a supportive mentor by consistently showing belief in youth participants and by celebrating their successesIncorporate "informal time" into program activities to strengthen relationships with and among youth participantsSupport program recruitment effortsSet up and break down for program/practice/activityMaintain/organize equipmentVolunteer Recruitment/Community Engagement (7%)Recruit and engage ongoing volunteers in program activitiesTrack volunteer participation using a volunteer logBuild strong relationships and gain trust within the community (including but not limited to parents, guardians, volunteers, school staff, and partners) in order to serve the needs of youth participantsAct as an ambassador of Up2Us Sports and the host site by spreading awareness about SBYD programmingReporting Relationships (5%)Report to and collaborate with the Up2Us Sports Program ManagerReport to and collaborate with the Host Site Supervisor and other host site staff membersSupport volunteers at the host siteSubmit bi-weekly timesheetsReport student safety concernsData Collection (8%)Accurately monitor youth participation in SBYD programming at the host site using the Up2Us roster for the duration of the service termAdminister pre and post physical fitness testing (PACER) to youth participants at the host siteAdminister pre and post Up2Us High Impact Attribute (HIA) Survey to youth participants at the host siteComplete pre and post Up2Us Coach SurveysComplete additional data collection required by host site (eg: attendance, surveys, youth performance reviews)The Up2Us AmeriCorps Coach will also engage in training and professional development as part of his/her service term. Training is not considered direct service and will not exceed 20% of the coach’s total service term hours. Training duties and responsibilities are as follows:Training & Professional Development (10%)Attend and complete all training and professional development sessions required by Up2Us and the host site in order to provide high-quality direct service and to successfully complete the service termComplete all required knowledge checks to achieve Up2Us Sports SBYD CertificationBasic EligibilityMembers must be U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent residentsMembers must be 18 years old, or 17 with written parental/guardian consentMembers must have or be working toward a High School diploma, GED, or its equivalentMembers must consent to a background check performed by Up2Us Sports. The term of service is always contingent upon satisfactory completion of a background check. The results of state and FBI criminal history background checks and national sexual offender checks through the National Sex Offender Public Registry Website (NSOPW) are considered.Members must commit to the entire term of serviceMembers must have access to consistently reliable transportation (eg: personal vehicle or public transit)Military Veterans have priority status for this positionDesired QualificationsExpresses commitment and excitement to a year of service to the community by coaching youth sportsValues making connections with people (especially youth) and building relationshipsAbie to encounter challenges with a solution mindset and remain optimistic despite setbacksHas flexibility and adaptability in work style and in work environmentCan manage a dynamic "work" schedule with other jobs, personal responsibilities, school, etcAble to meet deadlines and complete tasks/projects on-time

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701 Oak Street
San Francisco, California 94117

Teaching Fellowship For Sci/Engineer/Math/Tech Professionals

Encorps STEM Teachers

Sept. 1, 2018, 3 a.m. - June 30, 2019, 3 a.m.

Have you ever considered becoming a teacher? Do you enjoy leading, creating, organizing, and serving others? Are you motivated to give back and improve your community and the world? Inspire the next generation of innovators by beginning the transition to teaching middle or high school as your next career. The EnCorps STEM Teaching Fellowship is a rigorous on-ramp to a teaching career - offering you the field experience, knowledge and connections to ensure you thrive. EnCorps has won regional , state , and national awards for our Fellowship experience, which provides a convenient, guided, and seamless pathway into teaching for STEM industry professionals that can be started while you are still working . EnCorps is looking for passionate and driven science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) industry professionals who want to make a difference in urban education. You do NOT need prior experience in education, but in order to qualify for the Fellowship, you must meet these eligibility criteria: Three or more years* of full time work or research experience in a science, technology, engineering or math related industry Do not currently hold a California single subject teaching credential Possess at least a bachelor’s degree with a 2.50 GPA or higher Currently live in an area we serve (Greater San Francisco Bay Area, Greater Sacramento Area, Greater Los Angeles Area, Orange County, San Diego) Fully eligible to work in the United States (US Citizen, Permanent Resident, Work Visa) *For more, see our full eligibility criteria

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Bay Area
San Francisco, California 94103

Help A Student Improve Their Literacy With One Email A Week - Become A Digital Buddy

Dialog To Learn

Oct. 8, 2018, 3 a.m. - May 31, 2019, 3 a.m.

Sign up. Are you a professional in the San Francisco Bay Area? Sign up to volunteer with Dialog to Learn at dialogtolearn.org/join! It only takes a few minutes to register. Cycles are 8-10 weeks, during which volunteers spend an average of 10-20 minutes a week to write 1 or 2 emails.We match you to a fourth or fifth-grade student in a local low-income elementary school.Topics are student lead. We encourage volunteers to be engaged and ask questions! In order to keep the program on track and allow the teachers to schedule time in class for students to respond, we ask that you respond within 48 hours.Are you a professional in the San Francisco Bay Area? Sign up to volunteer with Dialog to Learn! It only takes a few minutes to register. Cycles are a semester or full academic year, during which volunteers spend an average of 10-20 minutes a week to write 1 or 2 emails.We match you to a fifth or sixth-grade student in a Bay Area low-income elementary school.That's it: you receive emails from your digital buddy and respond. Topics are student lead. We encourage volunteers to be engaged and ask questions! In order to keep the program on track and allow the teachers to schedule time in class for students to respond, we ask that you respond to emails received by Wednesday before the following Monday.You can guide students toward better language usage through language modeling during a fun, easy email conversation. For example, if a student writes, "My family goed on vacations this summer." A volunteer could respond with, "I went on vacation this summer too. My vacation was really fun. I went to Disney World for vacation." By using correcting we are able to teach the specific rule of language that the student is missing. This is an effective method for teaching language and does not discourage students from writing.

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670 Brunswick St
San Francisco, California 94112

Social Media & Marketing

Fotc - Sf Bay Area

Jan. 1, 2019, 3 a.m. - June 1, 2019, 3 a.m.

Basic Function / Position Objective: The Social Media and Marketing Intern is responsible for developing and executing plans to reach the organization’s strategic goal to brand Friends of the Children as one of the most recognizable and respected nonprofit organizations in the SF Bay Area. This position reports to the Development & Communication Manager and is accountable for both quantity and quality of public-facing communications, including social media, website, print publications, and earned media. The position will work closely with the Development & Communications Manager in executing strategies to ensure increased awareness translates into increased donation support. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: · Manage content development for website and social media channels. Write original content. Identify and follow up with content providers (staff, volunteers, community leaders) to ensure diverse voices are represented. Ensure website and social media content are current, engaging, and accurate. · Provide coaching and accountability to ensure content supports organizational messaging strategies. · Grow social media following. · Develop multi-channel strategies to support mailings through digital content. · Identify opportunities to nominate Friends of the Children - SF Bay Area and its key supporters for awards and recognition. Prepare nomination/application materials. · Identify opportunities for press coverage, draft press releases, send to media outlets, and make follow up calls to encourage coverage of newsworthy events. Experience, Skills and Knowledge: · Experience with communications directed at diverse constituents and market segments. · Strong computer skills are essential: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite. · Wordpress, Craft CMS, or other web design skills preferred. · Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. · Excellent project management skills - strong attention to detail and ownership for project timelines. Ability to effectively manage several projects concurrently, meet deadlines and communicate status effectively. · Self starter with high level of initiative and willingness to learn.

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111 QUINT ST
SAN FRANCISCO, California 94124

Volunteer Resources Intern

Prc (Aka Positive Resource Center)

Jan. 14, 2019, 3 a.m. - May 27, 2019, 3 a.m.

PRC is looking for an organized individual to assist with recruiting and administering volunteers for PRC events and projects. Positive Resource Center has merged with the AIDS Emergency Fund and Baker Places to form PRC, a San Francisco-based nonprofit whose mission is to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use, or mental health issues better realize opportunities by providing integrated legal, social, and health services that address the broad range of social risk factors that impact wellness and limit potential.The position is designed to provide real work experience that can help build a professional resume. You will have the opportunity to be a part of a great team. The ideal candidate is someone who is diligent, creative, eager to collaborate and comfortable managing multiple tasks. This is an unpaid internship, but the karma is priceless.DescriptionAssist the development team in recruiting volunteers for various events and projects, including PRC managed events, third party events where PRC is a beneficiary, and other PRC and community projects. The intern selected for this position will report to the Director of Annual Giving.ResponsibilitiesWorking with the Development Team, obtain volunteer requirements and details for all events and projects.Help compose a weekly update of volunteer opportunities and/or make phone calls/send emails as needed to recruit volunteers from PRC’s volunteer database.Coordinate volunteer communications by confirming volunteer responses and sending reminders for volunteer shifts.Create and maintain records of all volunteer information, including volunteer assignments for each event or project.Help to input and maintain PRC’s volunteer database.Working with the Director of Annual Giving, organize volunteer orientations and keep orientation materials up-to-date.Perform other tasks/projects as needed from the Development Team.Commitment10-12 hours per week for a minimum of four months; hours are flexible and usually take place during Monday thru Friday business hours, with an occasional evening or weekend.Preferred Skills and QualificationsMust be able to type at least 25 WPM.Basic computer skills in MS Office Excel and Word.Proficiency in Outlook, internet websites.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.Excellent writing skills.Knowledge of salesforce.com, Vertical Response and MailChimp helpful but not required.

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12 Grace Street
San Francisco, California 94103

Spring '19 Education Internship

Children's Creativity Museum

Jan. 28, 2019, noon - May 26, 2019, 7:30 p.m.

Spring 2019 Education Internship at the Children’s Creativity MuseumOrganizational Description: The Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco is an innovative art and technology experience for children ages 2-12 and their families. Our mission is to nurture creativity and collaboration in all children and families. We believe that creative expression, innovation, and critical thinking are core to fostering the next generation. Commitment: Minimum 14 hours per week (9:00- 4:30 two days per week) Orientation is Monday, January 28th The first day is Tuesday, January 29th Applicants must be able to commit to the full internship from January 28th through May 26th, 2019 Tuesdays from 9:00-4:30 are mandatory along with at least one other full day during the week (or two half days)Compensation: Unpaid: college credit when applicableGeneral Responsibilities: Facilitate the Field Trip experience for children ages Pre K--8th grade in our multimedia exhibit spaces Work with Educators and Volunteers during General Admission hours to teach basic, intermediate and advanced art and technology skills to youth and families Prepare, maintain and troubleshoot equipment and supplies in the exhibit/production areas; identify and report the status of exhibits and supplies Responsible for opening and closing the museum floor and reporting on all issues related to running the museumMinimum Qualifications: Strong interest in art, education, museum studies, or media studies strongly desired Experience working with children Good computer skills on both Macs and PCs, working knowledge of media arts applications and the ability to learn and teach new software Strong written and oral communication skills Fluency in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, or Tagalog a plus Experience working with families and community groups, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area strongly desired Must have earned or currently be pursuing a Bachelor’s degreeBenefits of the Internship: Hands-on teaching experience with children ages 2-14 College Credit (where applicable) Working with an Education Team mentor to further professional goals A chance to learn about Museum operations and programming Experience working in a leading Children's Museum Learn how to create projects using stop-motion animation, green screen videos and software programs such as Garage Band, Blockly and iStopMotion Joining a large network of CCM Education Intern Alumni A creative, fast-paced and supportive work environment, surrounded by entertaining and innovative co-workers Application Process: Please go to http://creativity.org/programs/application-education-internship-program/ and fill out the online application. Spring intern applications will be accepted on a rolling basis starting October 15th, 2018 The last day to apply is Monday, January 21th 2018 Promising applicants will be invited for an interview and tour of the Children's Creativity Museum Orientation will be Monday, January 28th Applicants must be able to commit to the full internship from January 28th through May 26th, 2019. Tuesdays from 9:00am-4: 30 pm are mandatory, along with a minimum of one other full day between Wednesday - Sunday (or two half days).

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221 Fourth St.
San Francisco, California 94103