The instructors will lead student workshops for 15-20 students. The workshops consist of a balance of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and study skills to facilitate and foster the transition into an Independent School for our 6th grade students, and continue supporting our 7th grade cohort. The cohorts meets 10 times in the academic year (September-May). All materials and resources will be prepared and provided by Peninsula Bridge. The instructor will be responsible for reading all communications (monthly lesson plans, newsletters, etc) and be well prepared for all sessions. The instructors will lead engaging small and whole group activities in the sessions to develop key academic and social skills.
The Peninsula Bridge Middle School Student Support and Services Coordinator will work as a part of the Middle School Team to oversee an after school program site, as well as student and family support for all Middle School Programs. They will be a key collaborator on the Middle School Team that manages the relationships between families and the Peninsula Bridge organization that identifies and addresses compliance, needed support, and effective communication from all parties.
The coach will collaborate with High School aged Teacher's Assistants in order to effectively plan for and teach the Computer Science and Science curriculum to students that are Rising 5th-8th grades. The teacher should be familiar with Blockly, Scratch, and other coding applications, as well as be able to train/instruct high school students in their delivery and presentation of these skills. The teacher should also be skilled at delivering lab based Science instruction. The teacher will observe and co-teach throughout the summer program at Peninsula Bridge's multiple summer sites.
The Peninsula Bridge Independent School Program Coordinator will work as a part of the Peninsula Bridge Middle School Team to support all students and families that are applying to, or are enrolled in independent schools in the Bay Area. The candidate should be experienced with all parts of the independent school application process for Middle School students. They should also have the knowledge and skills needed to connect with and support first generation students attending independent schools. They should have the ability to identify and address the needs of our stakeholders socially, emotionally, and academically. They are the key liaison managing the relationships between Peninsula Bridge and Bay Area independent school personnel and attendees.
The English Language Arts/Humanities instructor will teach 15-20 students per session using the Peninsula Bridge English Language Arts/Humanities curriculum. All materials and resources will be prepared and provided by Peninsula Bridge. The English Language Arts Instructor will be responsible for reading all communications (lesson plans, weekly newsletters, etc) and being well prepared for all sessions. The teacher will lead engaging small and whole group instruction in the sessions to develop grade-level proficiency in English Language Arts skills and to prepare students for success in higher-level high school English courses.
The instructors will lead student workshops for 15-20 students per session using the Peninsula Bridge 8th Grade Academy Curriculum. The workshops consist of a balance of STEAM, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), and hands on presentation/study skills activities to promote high school readiness for our 8th grade student cohort. The cohort meets 10 times in the academic year (September-May). All materials and resources will be prepared and provided by Peninsula Bridge. The instructors will be responsible for reading all communications (monthly lesson plans, newsletters, etc) and be well prepared for all sessions. The instructors will lead engaging small and whole group activities in the sessions to develop key academic and social skills.
The 5th grade instructor will teach 15-20 students per session using the Peninsula Bridge curriculum. The curriculum is a combination of English Language Arts, Humanities, Math, and Science. All materials and resources will be prepared and provided by Peninsula Bridge. The 5th grade instructor will be responsible for reading all communications (lesson plans, weekly newsletters, etc) and being well prepared for all sessions. The teacher will lead engaging small and whole group instruction in the sessions to develop grade-level proficiency in English Language Arts skills and to prepare students for success in higher-level high school courses.
The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Masterworks Chorale. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and ensures that the organization achieves its mission and meets its financial objectives. The Executive Director is responsible for many aspects of season planning, fundraising, finance, marketing, administrative functions, and personnel management.
The Food Service Worker is responsible for the preparation of the healthy food program, including preparing and serving food to patrons at Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center. With assistance from the Site Director this position is responsible for coordinating and supervising any available Title V trainees and volunteers.
The Financial Empowerment Coordinator performs a wide variety of administrative and consumer lending functions. Under limited supervision, the Financial Empowerment Coordinator will be responsible for efficiently performing all tasks involved in the daily operation of the DriveForward Vehicle Loan Program, and referring other financial services to our participants.
The mission of Art Bias is to be a community where artists have access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive. We provide artist studios, professional development events and resources, exhibition opportunities, and a thriving community of artists interested in each others’ success. We are accepting applications for a paid, part-time administrative assistant role to support the organization and its board of directors for 10 - 15 hours per week. Pay is commensurate with experience. Some work may be performed remotely.
The purpose of this position is to provide legal advocacy services to victims/survivors of domestic violence with family law (restraining orders, divorce, child custody, etc.) and related criminal law issues. The Legal Advocate will provide legal information and referrals; assist in preparation of legal documents and correspondence; accompany clients to court proceedings; and assist with volunteer coordination.
Fuse Theatre is currently accepting inquiries from community members interested in joining our Board of Directors. Fuse is a nonprofit (501c3) organization that focuses on theatre for social justice and is in the third year of programming. Much of our work is for youth and families. Our goal is to work with and in communities through the art of theatre-making. We take pride in making theatre accessible for all audiences. We are a project based company that pays all of our artists. Our board members have a strong desire to support the powerful experiences that theatre gives the communities and the importance of making theatre. Specifically we are interested in recruiting new members who have background in fundraising/development and/or legal advising.
In this role, you will be responsible for stewarding a portfolio of current and prospective major donors and deepening their engagement with Second Harvest Food Bank. Your relationship building skills and comfort with soliciting large gifts will lead you to meet and exceed annual revenue targets to help the Development team achieve the overall fundraising goal.
Sisters of Mercy is seeking Food Service Workers. The position is located in Burlingame, CA and will include a full benefit package. Performs a variety of kitchen duties as assigned in the preparation and serving of meals to Residents and guests. Follows established hand-washing procedures. At all times, follows kitchen safety guidelines and sanitary food preparation restrictions according to department and facility guidelines. Demonstrates respectful treatment of the dignity, privacy, and individuality of Residents, guests, and co-workers. Incorporates an understanding of Mercy mission and values into work performance.
Sisters of Mercy has housekeeping positions available. Experience with institutional housekeeping and janitorial skills in a hospitality or larger facility is desired. Duties include general cleaning of guest and conference rooms, hallways, windows, patio, bathrooms, and storage areas. Cleaning involves sweeping, mopping, vacuuming of carpets, dusting and emptying waste areas. Flexible schedule is required along with availability for weekend work.
The Housing Services Coordinator’s (Coordinator’s) priority is to lead, support and develop CORA’s team of Family Advocates in the Supportive Housing Department and to simultaneously hold a small case load of clients. The person in this position will have a passion for mentoring, training and supporting staff who are developing their skills. The Family Advocates supported by the Coordinator provide housing advocacy, case management and supportive services for domestic violence survivors and their families while they increase their self-sufficiency and transition into permanent housing.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Human Resources Manager will develop and implement HR processes, procedures, and systems for employment practices that align with compliance and business objectives. This position will drive the evaluation and implementation of standard operating procedures and systems needed to build infrastructure. This position is also responsible for the full cycle employee administration, HR compliance/policies and daily operations of the HR department. This position is an ideal opportunity for an HR professional to grow into a Senior Leadership role.
Responsible to recruit, screen and train new volunteer counselors for San Mateo HICAP.
To provide technical assistance to child care and preschool program operators seeking to expand or open new programs in San Mateo County, under the umbrella of the Build Up initiative – a new initiative designed to grow and improve the supply of child care and preschool facilities in San Mateo County.