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 Tuesday May 23
INTERNSHIPS with YWCA Silicon Va (San Jose)   
TechGYRLS is a highly successful and innovative YWCA after-school program that provides elementary through high school-age girls with opportunities to increase their skills and confidence in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). We are now recruiting Interns to join our STEM Coordination Team for the 2017/2018 Academic year. If you have the qualifications, skills, passion, and commitment required for this internship submit your application soon. Please see attachment for the Application Form. The number of internships available is limited. Internship opportunities are open until filled. OPTION #1: August 1st, 2017 – June 15th, 2018 Time Commitment: 10 – 12.5 hours of service per week (post-orientation) Required: Must be fully available 2:00pm – 5:30pm at least one day, on a weekday, to be onsite at a school location AND be available to attend Team Meetings on Friday afternoons, and routinely available additional scheduled weekly hours as arranged with the Supervisor, during the daytime, during the week. Stipend: $75 paid each pay period. Pay dates are on the 15th of each month and the last day of each month. OPTION #2: August 1st, 2017 – June 15th, 2018 Time Commitment: 20 – 25 hours of service per week (post-orientation) Required: Must be fully available 2:00pm – 5:30pm at least two days, on weekdays, to be onsite at school locations AND be available to attend Team Meetings on Friday afternoons, and routinely available additional scheduled weekly hours as arranged with the Supervisor, during the daytime, during the week. Stipend: $150 paid each pay period. Pay dates are on the 15th of each month and the last day of each month. ---------------------------------------------------- Locations: YWCA Silicon Valley, Linda Haskell Empowerment Center, 375 South Third Street, San Jose, CA 95112, and one or more elementary, middle, or high schools in the San Jose Unified School District, Alum Rock School District, and/or the East Side Union High School District. Purpose: Proactively participate in the YWCA Silicon Valley’s mission - to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all - by coordinating a diverse range of empowering experiences to provide girls with opportunities to increase their skills and confidence in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, in collaboration with the San Jose State University Girls STEM Network Computer Science Curriculum Program. Major Responsibilities: • Working independently, and collaboratively as a member of a diverse team of Interns and Volunteers, provide direction, instruction, support and guidance to facilitate the provision of hands-on STEM/Computer Science education to YWCA’s TechGYRLS Program participants. • Support the engagement of girls in curriculum activities to stimulate a deeper interest in technology using critical thinking, time management, teamwork, problem solving, leadership, and presentation skills. • As arranged with the Supervisor, commit to leading/co-leading a minimum of one weekly on-site classroom instructional experience (if 10 - 12.5hrs/week internship) OR a minimum of two weekly on-site classroom instructional experiences (if 20 - 25hrs/week internship). • Proactively participate in the planning, coordination and hosting of Special Events, Field Trips and Small Projects. • Attend Team Meetings, and review and communicate on a regular basis with Supervisor any changes, updates, challenges, outcomes, schedules, absences, as requested. • Work in compliance with all legal requirements, and organizational and departmental policies, procedures and standards. Required Qualifications: • Experience working with children ages 8 - 18 in a STEM/Computer Science education capacity with a hands-on learning focus OR demonstrated experience and commitment to empowering youth, and a strong desire to engage in STEM/Computer Science education. • High level of interest in, and a commitment to, continuous learning about the provision of STEM education to children. • Ability to work as a member of a team, be open to feedback, and seek guidance, direction and input from others. • Ability to practice cultural humility, i.e. maintain an interpersonal approach that is other-oriented in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the person. Ability to work with/support individuals from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. • Commitment to developing knowledge, skills and abilities to better connect with individuals and communities, and to gaining more insight into personal biases and identities. This includes, and is not limited to, treating all people with respect and dignity, recognizing and appreciating cultural differences, and working to interact with greater cultural sensitivity. • Ability to be non-judgmental, open, honest and calm, and maintain professional boundaries. Training & Other Requirements: • Completion of training/orientation sessions to develop personal comfort level in classroom management, hands on STEM/Computer Science education, and the San Jose State University Girls STEM Network Computer Science Curriculum. • Clearance on a background check, including DOJ & FBI fingerprinting. • Submitted documentation that confirms an absence of active Tuberculosis. • A valid California Driver License and a reliable and insured DMV registered vehicle. • Preferred but not required (mandatory for driving on behalf of the YWCA to perform agency business): i) A minimum of 4 years driving experience, ii) vehicle insurance with a single limit liability of $100,000 for Bodily Injury and $100,000 for Property Damage, and (iii) the satisfactory completion of a Motor Vehicle Record Check. • Completion of all policies and procedures documentation. Contact: Lorraine Michelle Director of Volunteer Engagement YWCA Silicon Valley Tel: 408 295 4011 Ext 497

Become a YWCA Counselor! (San Jose)   
IMPORTANT: We typically reply within 2 business days. If you are not receiving our messages, please check your spam/junk e-mail folder. Eliminate Racism. Empower Women. Volunteer as a Counselor with the YWCA Silicon Valley! Are you a caring, passionate, and talented individual with a desire to help eliminate racism and empower women? If you are, please apply to join our team of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence/Human Trafficking Counselors! Every day, dedicated YWCA Counselor-trained Volunteers help empower victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Our Counselors are caring, passionate, and talented. They answer calls to our Support Line; accompany individuals to hospitals, courts, and community locations, and provide information, advocacy and referral services. They conduct in-person counseling, co-facilitate groups for children, and volunteer at our emergency shelter. Their participation helps make it possible for women, children, and families to flourish. We are seeking SART Specialists, Children’s Activity Volunteers, Crisis Counselors, Legal Advocacy Volunteers, Life Skills Support Persons, Support Line Counselors, and Community Education Volunteers. The steps to becoming a Counselor-trained Volunteer include submitting a completed Volunteer Application Form, an interview, completion of the CA State legally-mandated 65-hour Counselor Training, a background check, and a little more. Summer 2017 Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking Counselor (65hr) Training Schedule Day 1: Tues, June 27; 9:00am - 5:30pm Day 2: Thurs, June 29; 9:00am - 2:30pm July 4th Holiday: No Training Day 3: Thurs, July 6; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 4: Tues, July 11; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 5: Thurs, July 13; 9:00am - 2:30pm July 17 - 21: No Training Day 6: Tues, July 25; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 7: Thurs, July 27; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 8: Tues, Aug 1; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 9: Thurs, Aug 3; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 10: Tues, Aug 8; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 11: Thurs, Aug 10; 9:00am - 2:30pm Training and Orientation Fee Schedule: $85 - Full attendance of Summer 2017 Training (no absences) $100 - Attendance of Summer 2017 Training with up to 8 hours of missed sessions completed by watching video recordings. $115 - Combined attendance of Summer 2017 Training and Fall 2017 Training (Maximum of 18 hours can be deferred to Fall 2017 Training.) Training Venue: YWCA Silicon Valley 375 South Third Street San Jose, CA 95112 Volunteer Positions open until filled. Applications accepted anytime. Interviews held May 26 – June 23, 2017. For the Volunteer Application Form, position descriptions, and/or answers to your questions, contact: Lorraine Michelle, Volunteer Engagement 408 295 4011 Ext 497 www.ywca-sv.org (Volunteer Application Form available online). YWCA Silicon Valley is an equal opportunity provider and does not discriminate against Individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender/gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, immigration status, socio-economic status, familial/marital status, veteran status, medical status, being differently-able, or any other basis prohibited by law.

Stanford Museum Volunteer (Stanford)   
Visitor Service volunteers work at the information desks located in the lobbies of the museum. The volunteers are responsible for providing our visitors with the information and resources they need in order to have a positive and enriching museum experience. Our volunteers are considered ambassadors of the museum; they represent the University, the Anderson Collection at Stanford University and the Cantor Arts Center. Duties: • Actively greet visitors and welcome them to the museum • Provide accurate details related to the museum history, exhibitions, gallery rotations, programs and events • Assist with museum and Stanford campus way finding • Count and record visitor attendance • Work in cooperation with staff and volunteers to ensure visitors’ needs are met • Ensure information desks are organized and adequately stocked with museum related print collateral

 Monday May 22
FRIENDS OF MENLO PARK LIBRARY (Menlo Park)   
We have opportunities for regular volunteers (2-3 hours a week for at least six months) to help process donations and turn them into Dollars for the Menlo Park Library. Please contact us by email at info@friendsmpl.org or by phone at 650-330-2521 and ask for the Volunteer Coordinator. For more about these opportunities, please see www.friendsmpl.org

 Sunday May 21
ASSIST IN FRIENDS BOOKSTORE (Palo Alto)   
ASSIST IN FRIENDS BOOKSTORE MITCHELL PARK LIBRARY OR SUBSTITUTE Friends of the Palo Alto Library now has a bookstore inside the new Mitchell Park Library featuring many books, CD's, DVD's, and notecards for sale at very low prices. Payment is on the honor system, but FOPAL needs volunteers who would be willing to sit in the bookstore from 3 to 5 any afternoon Monday through Friday (or other days/times to suit your schedule) to restock shelves as needed, sell miscellaneous school supplies, and generally provide a friendly public face for FOPAL! We also need volunteers who would be willing to occasionally substitute for our regular store assistants. For more info about FOPAL, visit our website at: www.fopal.org, or call our Volunteer and Sales Manager, Janette Herceg, at 650-494-1266

ASST SECTION MGRS FOR FOPAL (Palo Alto)   
ASSISTANT SECTION MANAGERS NEEDED FOR FOPAL's MONTHLY SALES The year-round monthly sales put on by Friends of the Palo Alto Library feature book sale rooms that are organized by subject matter -- just like a bookstore! To accomplish that, each section is managed by volunteer managers who select organize, research, and price the books in their sections. FOPAL is seeking additional volunteers who would like to ASSIST some of our section managers in the Main Book Sale Room in getting their sections ready for each sale. Currently we have openings in Reference, Politics, Biography/Memoir. If you have another special interest, let us know! This is a great opportunity to share your expertise and interest in your favorite subject area. Once you've learned the ropes, your hours and schedule are entirely flexible. To learn more about volunteering for FOPAL, call Janette Herceg, Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266 or fill out the Volunteer Interest Form at our website www.fopal.org.

FRIENDS OF THE PALO ALTO LIBRARY (Palo Alto)   
Love Books? Love Libraries? Won't you join us for a few hours a week to help keep our libraries up-to-date and thriving? FOPAL's monthly sales (always the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month) of donated books and media raise much-needed funds to purchase new books, furniture, technology, and special programs for Palo Alto public libraries. Choose a task to suit your time, talents, and interests. Here is a selection of available jobs - and their special benefits, besides the immense satisfaction of giving back to your community! 1) Pick up donations and move boxes of books (meet friendly donors; free body-building exercise) 2) Sort new donations into subject categories (meet friendly fellow sorters; enjoy a first look at an amazing assortment of books) 3) Manage specific subject areas, organizing and pricing books for our monthly sales (share and expand your interests and knowledge) 4) Help staff our monthly Book Sales, held on the 2nd weekend of every month - we need cashiers, floor supervisors, and donation monitors (meet hundreds of fellow bookaholics, and experience the Thrill of the Marketplace!) 5) Work with our online sales team: research higher value books, list books online, fulfill/ship orders (exercise your mental muscles) 6) Work on our website, newsletters, and other publicity/outreach projects (exercise your urge to research, write, and communicate with your community) 7) Assist our Sales and Volunteer Manager with various administrative/publicity projects (exercise your creative and organizational talents) 8) Stock and staff our library branch bookshops (an important part of our sales effort; meet new people in our community) 9) And many more jobs to suit your time, inclinations, and expertise (your contribution will be greatly appreciated!) ** Students needing to fulfill community service hours requirements for school and corporate groups looking for one-time work projects can help us as well. To learn more about how you can get involved with Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please call Janette Herceg, FOPAL Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266. For more information about our organization, visit our website at: www.fopal.org Our Main Sale Room is located at Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303 (portable building at rear of campus next to tennis courts, north entrance). WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

 Saturday May 20
FRIENDS OF MENLO PARK LIBRARY (Menlo Park)   
We have opportunities for regular volunteers (2-3 hours a week for at least six months) to help process donations and turn them into Dollars for the Menlo Park Library. Please contact us by email at info@friendsmpl.org or by phone at 650-330-2521 and ask for the Volunteer Coordinator. For more about these opportunities, please see www.friendsmpl.org

 Wednesday May 17
Become a YWCA Counselor! (San Jose)   
IMPORTANT: We typically reply within 2 business days. If you are not receiving our messages, please check your spam/junk e-mail folder. Eliminate Racism. Empower Women. Volunteer as a Counselor with the YWCA Silicon Valley! Are you a caring, passionate, and talented individual with a desire to help eliminate racism and empower women? If you are, please apply to join our team of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence/Human Trafficking Counselors! Every day, dedicated YWCA Counselor-trained Volunteers help empower victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Our Counselors are caring, passionate, and talented. They answer calls to our Support Line; accompany individuals to hospitals, courts, and community locations, and provide information, advocacy and referral services. They conduct in-person counseling, co-facilitate groups for children, and volunteer at our emergency shelter. Their participation helps make it possible for women, children, and families to flourish. We are seeking SART Specialists, Children’s Activity Volunteers, Crisis Counselors, Legal Advocacy Volunteers, Life Skills Support Persons, Support Line Counselors, and Community Education Volunteers. The steps to becoming a Counselor-trained Volunteer include submitting a completed Volunteer Application Form, an interview, completion of the CA State legally-mandated 65-hour Counselor Training, a background check, and a little more. Summer 2017 Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking Counselor (65hr) Training Schedule Day 1: Tues, June 27; 9:00am - 5:30pm Day 2: Thurs, June 29; 9:00am - 2:30pm July 4th Holiday: No Training Day 3: Thurs, July 6; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 4: Tues, July 11; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 5: Thurs, July 13; 9:00am - 2:30pm July 17 - 21: No Training Day 6: Tues, July 25; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 7: Thurs, July 27; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 8: Tues, Aug 1; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 9: Thurs, Aug 3; 9:00am - 2:30pm Day 10: Tues, Aug 8; 9:00am - 4:30pm Day 11: Thurs, Aug 10; 9:00am - 2:30pm Training and Orientation Fee Schedule: $85 - Full attendance of Summer 2017 Training (no absences) $100 - Attendance of Summer 2017 Training with up to 8 hours of missed sessions completed by watching video recordings. $115 - Combined attendance of Summer 2017 Training and Fall 2017 Training (Maximum of 18 hours can be deferred to Fall 2017 Training.) Training Venue: YWCA Silicon Valley 375 South Third Street San Jose, CA 95112 Volunteer Positions open until filled. Applications accepted anytime. Interviews held May 26 - June 23, 2017. For the Volunteer Application Form, position descriptions, and/or answers to your questions, contact: Lorraine Michelle, Volunteer Engagement 408 295 4011 Ext 497 www.ywca-sv.org (Volunteer Application Form available online). YWCA Silicon Valley is an equal opportunity provider and does not discriminate against Individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender/gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, immigration status, socio-economic status, familial/marital status, veteran status, medical status, being differently-able, or any other basis prohibited by law.

 Tuesday May 16
JOIN OUR ONLINE STOREFRONT TEAM (Palo Alto)   
In addition to our huge monthly sales of used books and media (2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month), Friends of the Palo Alto Library now sells the more valuable donated items on our Amazon storefront. We need volunteers who would like to learn how to: 1) do preliminary research of online prices to determine if items should be listed online; 2) create listings for books and media; 3) monitor listed prices to maintain competitiveness; or 4) pack and ship orders in a timely manner. Familiarity with computers, but not expertise, is needed for these tasks. Let us know if you'd like to learn more about getting involved with Friends of the Palo Alto Library (there are lots of ways to volunteer at FOPAL). Call Janette Herceg, FOPAL Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266 or complete our online Volunteer Interest Form at www.fopal.org and we'll get back to you promptly. For more information about Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please visit our website at www.fopal.org. WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

JOIN OUR ONLINE STOREFRONT TEAM (Palo Alto)   
In addition to our huge monthly sales of used books and media (2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month), Friends of the Palo Alto Library now sells the more valuable donated items on our Amazon storefront. We need volunteers who would like to learn how to: 1) do preliminary research of online prices to determine if items should be listed online; 2) create listings for books and media; 3) monitor listed prices to maintain competitiveness; or 4) pack and ship orders in a timely manner. Familiarity with computers, but not expertise, is needed for these tasks. Let us know if you'd like to learn more about getting involved with Friends of the Palo Alto Library (there are lots of ways to volunteer at FOPAL). Call Janette Herceg, FOPAL Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266 or complete our online Volunteer Interest Form at www.fopal.org and we'll get back to you promptly. For more information about Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please visit our website at www.fopal.org. WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

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