The Conservatory of Flowers invites high school students 16 years and older to become docents for their new Wicked Plants exhibit.
Wicked Plants Docents introduce visitors to the plant rogues and assassins that left their mark on history and claimed many an unfortunate victim. The Conservatory transforms the Special Exhibits Gallery into an eerie Victorian garden full of Mother Nature’s most appalling creations, all inspired by Amy Stewart’s New York Times Bestseller, Wicked Plants: The Weed that Killed Lincoln’s Mother & Other Botanical Atrocities.
The free training for Wicked Plants docents will be held on March 30 from 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of two three-hour shifts per month from April until the beginning of the fall semester. Volunteers may select their shifts, which are from 10:00-1:00 or 1:00-4:00 Tuesday-Sunday.
For more information or to sign up for the program, please contact Erika Frank, Director of Volunteer Services, at (415) 637-4326 or email@example.com.
Bay Area Youth Leadership Corps 2011
This course is designed for high school students (generally 14-17 year olds) who are looking to improve their understanding of leadership, who are interested in a challenge, and are open to learning new skills. In the school year following the trip, students participate in workshops, trainings, reunions and local service projects.
YLC is a full merit-based scholarship for a 14 day summer expedition, combined with post-course activities for the following school year. The program is designed to bring together a diverse group of students from across the greater Bay Area. We are looking for candidates that demonstrate leadership qualities in their social, athletic and/or academic lives.
This 14 day rock climbing and backpacking expedition takes place in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Eastern California. The Sierras are rugged and beautiful mountains that provide an inspiring Outward Bound experience which includes camping, map and compass navigation, and a unique solo experience.
There is no experience needed, and all instruction and equipment is provided by Outward Bound. OB provides transportation to and from the course area. While on course, students will travel with all the food and gear they need to conduct the expedition: stoves, tents, etc. The group may sleep in the same campsite twice, but generally will be moving to a new campsite as they hike along their expedition route. Gaining know-how by learning wilderness skills means students head home empowered and inspired!
The application process is simple: 1. Application form 2. Essay 3. One letter of recommendation 4. $100 application fee (this amount can be flexible and is returned to students who are not accepted). Students are then contacted for an interview. Applications are due March 25th.
More information can be found here <http://www.outwardbound.org/index.cfm/do/obyc.bayarea_youth> .
ACE is an after-school program that gives you a hands-on introduction to architecture, construction and engineering careers.
The program exposes freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors to ACE professionals, Architects, Contractors and Engineers.
Learn about where and how they work, the skills they use and some of their projects under design and construction.
The program consists of the students working with the professionals to design an actual project.
SFUSD students may receive general education credits upon completion of program.
Local and National Scholarships are available to Seniors! Must have successfully completed one year of ACE.
Apply online at www.acementor.org.
We are now accepting applications for the ACE Teams “SF2” & “SF3”.
Deadline to apply is Monday, January 17, 2011.
A newly opened pizzeria near the Marina at the Presidio gate would like to hire a high school student to work the counter/register and distribute flyers in the area. They have a need for a person who can handle customers and is friendly. The position pays minimum wage and free pizza and soda.
The position has very flexible hours where the student can almost pick their own hours. They are also flexible on the amount of hours worked which can be as little as 7hrs/week to 15-20hrs/week.
Please contact Manager, Steve, at 415-850-6258
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY AT UCSF!
UCSF is looking for High School volunteers for their week long “Summer Science Camp” for 5th graders. The Volunteer Application is due Friday April 30th, 2010. If you know students who are interested in gaining valuable leadership skills and mentoring 5th graders as they learn about science, then have them apply now!
Logistics: This year’s camp will be held on Monday, June 14th – Friday, June 18th from 8:00am – 5:00pm daily at UCSF’s Parnassus campus in San Francisco.
Here are just a few of the amazing experiments that volunteers will be trained by UCSF graduate students to help with:
· Make and eat liquid nitrogen ice cream
· Create explosions
· Launch water rockets
· Build speakers
· Experiment with dry ice
· Protect an egg from a ten-story fall
· Make slime
· Race self-made boats
· Meet famous scientists
Who can participate: Any high school student is eligible to participate as a volunteer for camp. Interested students should fill out the attached application and email it to us by Friday, April 30th!
How will you know if you are chosen: Volunteers will receive notification regarding their acceptance via phone and/or email by early May. Further camp information will be supplied at that time.
Please contact the camp directors at:Phone: 415.514.2624 or E-mail: UCSFScienceCamp@gmail.com
9th and 10th Graders:
Visit http://calacademy.org/join/internships/ for more information about a year-round internship through the Calif0rnia Academy of Sciences. Application and further information available on their website.
Are you a student looking to develop themselves professionally? This is an excellent opportunity for students to become familiar with the inner workings of a non-profit business, gain administative skills and learn what it takes to positively impact over 3,000 children during the course of a year. Experience first-hand the collaboration with our museum partners, the Exploratorium, Cal Academy of Sciences, Museum of Children’s Art, YMCA and Zeum. Support our year round team with a broad range of projects and get direct experience with our youth curriculum. This position could also lead to a paid summer position at one of our seven locations in the Bay Area.
Edventure More! Was created in 2004 as a summer camp, but has now grown into the Bay Area’s premier non-profit organization working to bring thousands of children quality enrichment programs year-round.
For PE credit (2nd year) – AVID Students ONLY!:
- One season of sports = one semester of PE credit. Form available in my office.
- 90 hrs of physical activity at a gym = one semester of PE. Letter (on the gym’s official letterhead) that states: “Student ________ fulfilled 180 hrs of physical activity at _________. Sincerely, _______”
- Time sheet to help log in those PE hours: PE log
Because i can no longer change the courses you requested for Fall 2009, if you would like to change a Fall 2009 course, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) the below information:
- Your name
- What course you want to add
- What course you want me to drop (to make room for the new course)
- Why you want to take this course
I will submit the requests to the Principal for approval. Please check back in with me by the end of the school year to find out if it was approved.
Bay Chiropractic Center
220 Bush St
San Francisco Ca 94104
fax 415 781-7514
HELP US HELP OTHERS!
WE are seeking a responsible,detail oriented individual to assist us in light office administrative duties: filing,chart formation and basic data entry.
We are seeking an outgoing ,friendly individual to assist us in educating the public on health issues thru our community outreach program.
we will train the best candidate.We will always work with you.
Hours are flexible ,6-8 hrs per week on Tuesday and Thursday unti 7or 8P.m.
Minimum Wage or greater and is dependent on skill set,experience. We prefer a high school senior.