Volunteer at the Conservatory of Flowers

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 efrank@sfcof.org.

Bay Area Youth Leadership Corps 2011

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> .

Job Opp — Receptionist/Dental Assistant at Dental Office

Part-time Receptionist/Dental Assistant in Downtown Dental Office

Location: Downtown, Union Square

Starting pay: $10-11, raises based on performance

Work Schedule: 12-20 hours per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; Will try to work with school schedule

Duties Include: answering the phone, speaking to patients, making appointments, filing, data entry, communicating with insurance companies, assisting dentist with patient treatment (5% of the time), cleaning and sterilizing instruments

Qualifications: high school senior who will be attending college locally, must be bilingual in English/Chinese, high moral standards, conscientious, self-starter, works well without supervision, good communication and people skills, positive “can do” attitude, well groomed; NO experience necessary

Contact Dr. Wong at (415) 433-5280 for an interview ASAP!

Date of Job Posting: February 22, 2011

The Princess Project

Princess Project is a non-profit organization that provides free dresses and accessories to Bay Area high school girls who could not otherwise afford prom.

Who can participate?

The Princess Project has FREE, beautiful dresses and accessories for Bay Area girls who would otherwise miss out on prom due to expenses. Girls determine their own financial need.

Where and When are the dress giveaways?

SAN FRANCISCO

Saturday, March 12 8am – 5pm

Sunday, March 13th: 8am-5pm

Sunday, March 20th: 8am-2pm

901 Market Street @ 5th Street

All girls will receive a wristband with an appointment time. The line to get a wristband opens at 7am; we cannot allow girls to line up prior to this. Wristbands are given on a first-come, first-served basis, and will be distributed until appointment times run out.

What are the rules?

  • Each girl MUST bring her valid Bay Area high school ID. If your school does not issue an ID, please bring a recent report card or other official documentation, along with a picture ID.
  • Dresses will be replenished, both days, throughout the event – so there will be plenty to choose from!
  • Each girl is allowed to receive ONE dress, plus one accessory.
  • Each girl may bring one additional female guest (parent or friend) to help her shop.
  • An adult cannot shop for a girl unless that girl is present.

What else?

Advanced registration is not required

Come prepared – don’t forget your valid high school ID

For more information, including directions to the site, please visit www.princessproject.org.

Bay Wellness Center is hiring!

Bay Wellness Center is located at 220 Bush Street, San Francisco Ca 94104
baycare4u@aol.com
phone: 415 984-2706
fax: 415 781-7514

Help us Help Others!

We are seeking an outgoing, mature individual to assist us in educating the public on health issues thru community outreach, Table topping and health surveys.

This position may occassional include office assistant duties such as computer entry, filing,chart formation.

The best candidate is one who is self motivated, ready to learn, work hard and contribute to the team.

High school senior or 17+.
Hours: 4:30-7pm Tuesday and Thursday.
Salary:minimum wage or greater for the candidate with experience
Please fax or email your resume. Phone calls accepted.Please include contact information.

ACE Mentor Program – Spring Teams starting soon!

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.

Bank of America Student Leaders Summer Program

“Do you have what it takes to be a Bank of America Student Leader?

If you are a student with a passion for improving your community, we would like to help you turn that passion into action. We are looking for leaders who are high school juniors and seniors in the US and secondary students in sixth form college or college of further education in the UK.

As a Student Leader, you will participate in:

  • An eight-week paid internship at a nonprofit/charitable organization
  • A week-long Student Leadership Summit in Washington, DC (July) to gain valuable civic, social and business leadership skills (all expenses paid as part of the Student Leaders Program)”

To be considered as a Student Leader, you must:

  • Currently be a junior or senior in high school (U.S. Markets)
  • Be able to participate in a week-long Student Leadership Summit in Washington, DC (July)
  • Be able to participate in an 8-week paid internship at a local nonprofit/charitable organization
  • Be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship (U.S. Markets)
  • Be a student in good standing at his/her school”

Application deadline is January 12th. For more information, see Ms. Kornblith!

SF YouthWorks is now hiring for Spring 2011

Apply NOW to become a YouthWorks intern for Spring 2011

YouthWorks is currently accepting applications for a small number of openings for the Spring 2011 session. Youth who are accepted into SF YouthWorks will be placed in internships from late January through May 2011.

Please see their Become an Intern section for more information and to apply. Deadline to submit an application is Monday, January 10 by 5pm.

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San Francisco YouthWorks is a unique high school internship program that teaches young people crucial job skills while sparking their interest in public service careers. Within our program, 11th and 12th-grade students work in paid internships with San Francisco city employees.

Internships for youth
San Francisco YouthWorks provides an enriching employment experience for high school students throughout San Francisco. Over the past 11 years, SF YouthWorks has placed more than 4,000 youth in paid internships within San Francisco city government.

In a supportive environment
Each intern works closely with a mentor who is a city employee, gaining essential job skills and learning about public service careers. SF YouthWorks staff members oversee every internship to ensure a successful experience for both interns and mentors.

Where interns gain job skills and explore careers in public service
In addition, SF YouthWorks provides workshops and activities that teach interns job readiness and help them explore opportunities for public service careers. Participants have the option to intern in more than 30 city departments, such as the Department of Public Health, the District Attorney’s office and the Board of Supervisors (for a full list of departments, see our About page).

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