[BHS Etree] COLLEGE/CAREER: Jobs, Internships, Volunteer & Summer Programs

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Sat Apr 23 10:07:22 PDT 2016

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katerennie at berkeley.net

*Job Opportunities*

1.    Camp Galileo <http://www.galileo-camps.com/jobs/why-work-here> is
hiring for Summer 2016

2.    The Claremont Club & Spa will be hosting an open house job fair on
Monday, April 25th from 9am – 5pm in the Napa Ballroom. We have a huge
variety of positions we are hoping to fill including Culinary, Food &
Beverage, Houseperson, Room Attendant, Lifeguards, Aquatics Instructors,

3.    *Part time job available at Local Color Cards
<http://www.localcolorcards.com/>:* We are a successful greeting card
company based in Oakland.  We have an immediate opening for part time
weekend work.  Our company makes handmade cards and magnets that sell
across the country.  Some years back, we found several BHS students who
were very helpful.  The job involves processing orders, assembling cards
and magnets and shipping via UPS or USPS. Please call Steven Jenner for
specific details at 510-547-3107.  A car is needed to reach our home studio
in the Oakland Hills.

4.    Alameda County Fair is Hiring
<http://annual.alamedacountyfair.com/join/fair-jobs>!  Fair is 6/15-7/4.
Students must be 16 years or older.  Applications are available in the
College & Career Center

5.    CAL Camps Now Hiring: Flexible Range of Work Hours:
7:30AM-6:00PM/ Training Dates: June 6 — June 11, 2016/ Camp Dates: June
13th — August 19 2015/ Apply online: www.camps.berkeley.edu/people/jobs

6.    Gardening help about twice a month for 2-3 hours. The job involves
some weeding, pruning and clean up. I can certainly be reached by email. If
students prefer to text or call, my cell phone # is (510) 517-9902 Thanks
again, Steve Sperber

7.    SECURITY GUARD TRAINING Please contact the BYA Career Development and
Prevention Center for more information and to sign up.
Mclaridy at byaonline.org 510-845-9010 ext.219 <510-845-9010%20ext.219>
Ewahler at byaonline.org 510-845-9010 ext.220 <510-845-9010%20ext.220>

8.    Rising Sun Energy Services CYES program:  job application and
description are here:

9.    SweetGreen <http://www.sweetgreen.com/careers> is Hiring! Send your
resume to: brianna.davis at sweetgreen.com or apply online *Wage is
competitive based on experience

10.  GIRLFLY is the summer job for you! GIRLFLY brings together young women
from June 27 to July 22, 2016 to:Get hands-on experience in contemporary
and aerial dance, Earn $500, Create original dances and perform in a
professional theater, Learn about issues of girls empowerment and social
justice, Make a poster series, working with a professional screen printer
(new this year!) We offer GIRLFLY to young women ages 14-19 who are
strongly interested in performing, making positive change in the world.
African American, Arab, Latina, Native, Asian and Pacific Islander,
low-income and LGBT-identified women are strongly encouraged to apply. The
program takes place at Counterpulse, 80 Turk St in the Tenderloin,
SF. APPLY ON LINE AT http://www.flyawayproductions.com/youth

11.  NationJob <http://www.nationjob.com/>

12.  us.jobs

13.  CareerOneStop <http://www.careeronestop.org/>

14.  TeamWorkOnline <http://www.teamworkonline.com/> (Sports Careers)

15.  JobApplicationsOnline.com <http://jobapplicationsonline.com/>

16.  The North Cities One Stop Career Center at Berkeley Adult School is
bringing in an Outreach and Admissions Counselor for JOB CORPS
<http://treasureisland.jobcorps.gov/> every 3rd Tuesday from 10-11:30. If
you have students/clients or interested folks, send them over. Treasure
Island JOB CORPS has great training programs for youth aged 16-24.

17.  Localwise is a community job board featuring part-time jobs
at local businesses. We connect localstudents and community members
with local jobs in Oakland and Berkeley. At Localwise, we believe
stronger local businesses create stronger local communities. Visit us at

18.  Looking for a candidate who is Bilingual: English & Cantonese -or-
English & Mandarin. Located in San Ramon/ About Us: Hill Physicians Medical
Group offers our members and the communities we serve some of the most
advanced and comprehensive healthcare in northern California – through a
network of primary care physicians, specialists, and other healthcare
providers consistently rated among the best in California. With more than
3,800 physicians and over 300,000 members, we are the largest network of
independent physicians in northern California. At Hill Physicians, we are
dedicated to providing high-quality service and a positive overall member
experience. In the role of a Customer Service Coordinator we strive to
consistently provide knowledgeable, efficient, and excellent customer
service in a courteous and professional manner. Work schedules: Monday -
Friday, 8am - 5pm.
**The introductory period which includes training will be conducted on a
Full Time, 40 hours/week schedule for the first four months of employment
for part time as well as full time hires. email me if interested
mzarif at nelsonstaffing.com

*Internship Opportunities*

1.    SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Education
) is offering paid summer farming internships for high school students in
the East Bay area. SAGE also has a number of volunteer projects for
students interested in serving community service hours at the Sunol AgPark
farm. DEADLINE 5/6 Application & Info

2.    ACAP (Accounting Career Awareness Program) offers a one-week summer
residency program at UC Berkeley. For the calendar year 2016, the residency
program will be held from July 10-15, 2016 Field trips, lectures, and some
fun will make this a most memorable week.
Download the 2016 application Here

3.    Volunteers & Interns Needed at La Peña Cultural Center!  Event
Production and Marketing Internships also available. Do you want to help
promote cultural understanding, social justice & peace through the arts? La
Peña Cultural Center has been doing just that since 1975. Contact us:
510-849-2568 / natalia at lapena.org, Take a look at some of the events we
have coming up. <http://lapena.org/events/> If you have a few hours to lend
your creativity and presence to our process, we invite you to come on
down. Internships are typically 10 hours a week, but we can work with your
requirements (we have had high school interns work as few as 5 hours a
week). We are currently interviewing for the following
positions: 1.) Volunteers/Interns to help us flyer around Oakland,
Berkeley, Walnut Creek, Richmond, or wherever they may live, to help us
promote upcoming events. 2) Interns/Volunteers for our shows and
productions which run Thursday through Sunday. Check out our events
calendar here <http://lapena.org/events/> and if there is a show that
interests you, give us a call and you can join in on the fun for the
evening.  E-mail amber at lapena.org for all your production needs. 3.) We are
also seeking volunteers/interns who have skills in marketing,
communications, social media, web design/maintenance, etc. This would be a
great way to expand your portfolio while supporting a grass roots communal
cause.  E-mail natalia at lapena.org for all your communication needs. If
interested in a volunteer or internship opportunity, please email
natalia at lapena.org to sign up.  These are non-paid internships but in
exchange for your time, we do provide interns with tickets to our
events/concerts and more.

4.    2016-17 ACE Fellowship Application Open – ACE is now accepting
applications for our 2016-17 Action Fellowships in Boston, NYC, Raleigh,
Las Vegas and the San Francisco Bay area. Fellows meet weekly to gain the
knowledge, skills and confidence to be climate leaders. They work to
increase public support for climate action and campaign for climate justice
and solutions. Fellows receive a $100 stipend each semester. Invite your
students to apply
is May 30.

5.    Summer Discovery Internships Apply now
<http://trk.cp20.com/click?9y1z1-1buver-1wnyj6n0> and enroll to ensure your
first choice class is available.

6.    *UC Berkeley Perception Science Summer Internship Program for High
Schoolers : *Thisinternship offers advanced high-school students the
opportunity to be involved with cutting-edge research in vision science. In
this immersive experience, students will be involved in every step of the
research process, and will be working alongside Whitney lab members to
create and test novel research paradigms. Additionally, students will learn
advanced computer coding and statistical analysis techniques that are
fundamental to a successful career in all scientific fields. Please visit
our website to learn more about this program. This is a fee-based program;
full fee waivers are available for accepted low-income students. Program
Dates are: July 11th- August 5th, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm weekdays. We are
accepting applications for Summer 2016.  Website link:

7.    Farella Braun + Martel’s Diversity Pipeline Internship Program—it’s
a great way to learn about careers in the legal profession, prepare for the
college application process, and enhance your resume and interviewing
skills. This PAID six week program (June 14-July 21, 2016) is open to
students who will be entering their senior year of high school in the fall
of 2016, are bright, motivated, and enthusiastic, have an interest in the
law, and are eager to learn about being a lawyer. Please contact Priscilla
Zaccalini at pzaccalini at fbm.com for more details.

8.    The California Academy of Sciences is now recruiting youth currently
in grades 6-12 for summer 2016 volunteer opportunities and
paid internships! Applications for the Careers in Science
, Digital Learning TechTeens
and Teen Advocates for Science Communication (TASC Force)
are now open for youth who are excited about the natural world and
interested in communicating their passion for science in dynamic and
creative ways. Applications close on April 3 for Careers in Science and
April 24 for TASC Force and TechTeens. For more information about our
programs, visit www.calacademy.org/youthprograms

9.    Google's 9th Annual Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI)
<http://www.google.com/students/cssi>, a three-week introduction to
computer science for graduating high school seniors with an interest in
technology —especially students from historically underrepresented groups
in the field.

10.  Laney College's Environmental Control Technology dept. is proud to
host its 12th summertime Physics for Building Science program for East
Bay high school students at the Laney campus. Juniors and seniors will
learn about building science, computer skills, math,
and sustainability through fun lectures and hands-on experiments. There
will be field trips to learn about green building, and topics will include
electricity, energy efficiency, heating, lighting, and more. Any students
or teachers can download the application, teacher recommendation form, and
flyer from:  *http://tinyurl.com/laneypbs <http://tinyurl.com/laneypbs>*

11.  The California Academy of Sciences is now recruiting youth currently
in grades 6-12 for summer 2016 volunteer opportunities and
paid internships! For more information about our programs, visit

12.  Lawrence Hall of Science Internship for Teens
must volunteer in the summer before applying for an internships

13.  Urban Releaf Internships
<http://www.urbanreleaf.org/get-involved/jobs-internships>: Urban Releaf is
always looking for motivated and caring individuals to support our various
programs including Tree Planting & Maintenance, Urban Forestry Education,
Ecosystems Research, Community Outreach and Administration. We offer
employment opportunities as needed and internships year round. Application

*Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities*

1.    *Lawrence Hall of Science Volunteer

*Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities*

1.    Athlete Study Center, Classroom J205 @ BHS, Mondays- Thursdays from
3:30- 5:00pm, contact Andy Waranoff <andywaranoff at berkeley.net>

2.    BHS Bridge Tutoring, Mondays- Fridays, 3:30- 4:45pm in G108B, H102B,
and A104 contact Jessie Luxford <jessieluxford at berkeley.net>

3.    Dockwalker Volunteer: The California State Parks Division of Boating
and Waterways (DBW's) and the California Coastal Commission's Boating Clean
& Green Program, and The Bay Foundation in partnership with the US Coast
Guard Auxiliary, the US Power Squadrons, Lake Berryessa Partnership, Save
Our Shores and many more organizations will conduct more free Dockwalker
year.  To become a volunteer, please contact the program coordinator,
Vivian Matuk, at (415) 904-6905 or visit www.BoatingCleanandGreen.com
more details and to view the 2015 Dockwalker Training Schedule

4.    Dorothy Day House Breakfast, most mornings of the week at Christ
Church. contact: dstegman15 at aol.com

5.    EarthTeam <http://www.earthteam.net/volunteer>: EarthTeam has a
small, committed staff and we’re seeking volunteers to play a key role in
helping us provide active and engaging environmental education experiences
that inspire East Bay youth to become environmental stewards and leaders in
their local communities. If you're interested in volunteering, please send
an email to info at earthteam.net - See more at:

6.    Ecology Center, If you are interested in volunteering for the Ecology
Center, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 510-548-2220 x235 or
volunteer at ecologycenter.org.  Click here
access the volunteer application form.

7.    English Language Development Tutorials, Classroom H308 2 BHS,
Mondays- Fridays from 3:30-5:00pm, email Ms. Stewart
<patriciastewart at berkeley.net>

8.    King Middle School ELL, King Middle School Classroom S-7, Mondays,
Tuesdays, and Thursdays 3:05- 4:00pm, Wednesdays from 2:15- 3:15pm, contact
Ms. Hamai <akemihamai at berkeley.net>

9.    King Middle School Homework Lab, King Middle School Library, Mondays,
Tuesdays, & Thursdays from 3:00- 5:00pm, Wednesdays from 2:15- 4:30pm Email
Mr. Leaks <johnalfordleaks at berkeley.net>

10.  Longfellow Middle School After School Homework Center, Longfellow
Middle School Classroom 23, Mondays- Fridays from 4:15- 5:30pm, contact Ms.
Gilder (510) 883-5258

11.  MoveOn.org campaign volunteers <http://front.moveon.org/>: volunteers
will gain experience in electoral campaign, opportunities for leadership
positions, email Caroline Stanton at caroline at moveon.org for more

12.  Oakland Zoo <http://www.oaklandzoo.org/Teen_Programs.php>

13.  The Learning Center, College & Career Center @ BHS, Monday- Thursday
3:30- 6:00pm, email Wyn Skeels  <wynskeels at berkeley.net>

14.  Rosa Parks MathPower, Wednesdays 6:15- 7:30pm, email Ms. Reyes
<roxannreyes at berkeley.net>

15.  Waterside Workshops

16.  Willard Mathworks, Willard Middle School Classroom 206 pod, Tuesdays
from 4:00-5:00pm, October- December, February- May, email Jesse Ragent
<jesseragent at berkeley.net>

*Career Exploration*

1.    The Student Conservation Association Youth Programs
<https://www.thesca.org/serve/youth-programs>:  Join an SCA Crew and plug
yourself into SCA’s nationwide network of young conservationists –
thousands of students who are as passionate as you are about preserving
wildlands, protecting nature in urban areas, and keeping the
planet green. SCA offers a range of programs for youth ages 15-19.  Apply
Online <https://www.thesca.org/serve/youth/how-to-apply>

*Summer Opportunities *

1.    Outward Bound California's Youth Leadership Corps program.
<http://www.studentsonice.com/>This is a full merit based scholarship
available to Bay Area High School students that will be in grades 10-12 in
the 2016-17 school year. Students will participate in a 12 day backpacking
and climbing program in the high Sierra in the summer of 2016, followed by
student led service projects once a month during the school year. More
information and an application can be found on-line
are only 5 days left to apply for Outward Bound California's Youth
Leadership Corps. Please have prospective students apply though the link


Back to Earth's 10-day backpacking program in Yosemite National
Park, supports teenage boys to achieve their next level of maturity and
express their authentic selves. Participants learn how to travel safely in
the backcountry, manage risk, and develop real world leadership skills. For
more information visit www.backtoearth.org/wild or write to
info at backtoearth.org

4.    embARC Summer Design Academy
<http://ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/embarc-design-academy/> JULY
5 - 29, 2016, embARC is a four week summer design intensive at UC
Berkeley's College of Environmental Design that brings together high school
students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and
sustainable city planning through four components: an Architecture + Urban
Design Studio, a Sustainable Planning Workshop, a Lecture Series and a
Design-Build project.Visit www.ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs for
more information.

5.    Abbey Road Summer Programs <http://www.goabbeyroad.com/> was founded
in 2000 by Stanford Alum, Dr. Arthur Kian, and provides French, Spanish,
and Italian language immersion, along with Art, Photography, Film, and
History programs in the most beautiful cities throughout Europe.  Check out
this e-brochure
more information!

6.    ACLU Summer Advocacy Institute – to invest now in the next generation
of social justice advocates. We’re looking for high school students who
will be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2016 to join us at Georgetown
University this summer, June 19-25. If you know anyone who fits the bill,
please encourage them to apply!
 Learn more about the program and apply here!

7.    Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program
<https://girlswhocode.fluidreview.com/> is a FREE seven-week introduction
to computer science for current 10th and 11th grade students. The program
is designed for beginners, which means no previous coding experience is
necessary! Additionally, we offer need-based scholarship and transportation
stipends for those who qualify.

8.    VISIONS Service Adventures was one of the first teen community
service travel programs, and our high school volunteers have completed more
than 1,300 construction projects in addition to environmental work and
social service. www.visions-service.com​/Like Us!
<https://www.facebook.com/VisionsServiceAdventures> Follow Us!

9.    Bay Area Girls Rock Summer Camp is a week-long program for girls ages
8-18. Through music lessons, workshops, group activities and performance,
girls acquire skills that help guide them throughout their lives.


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