Current Job/Internship/Volunteering Opportunities

Latest Update: 05/25/22 

  • Volunteering
    • Elevate Tutoring – Elevate Tutoring offers college students a $7,000 scholarship to provide STEM tutoring toto local disadvantaged students! Gain
      access to their professional development workshops, networking events, tutor training, + more! You can apply with the attached link: https://elevatetutoring.org/apply-for-fellowship/
    • Step Up Tutoring – Step Up Tutoring is a grassroots movement of young people providing free online tutoring and mentorship to under-resourced elementary school students. Their relationship with LAUSD schools provides infinite students looking for help. With over 400k students in LAUSD, their goal is to serve 25,000 students within the next 5 years. Volunteering is currently online which offers a flexible schedule, it’s an easy and meaningful way to support at-risk youth. Their leadership team is filled with young students and young alumni. (Continuous)
    • English in Action – English-in-Action (EIA) is part of a nationwide program in which volunteers meet with Berkeley students, visiting scholars and their partners, students from adult school and local community colleges, on a one-to-one basis or in small groups, to increase participants’ competency in the English language, by practicing conversational English once a week. (Continuous)
    • Communications Team – Join the YWCA Comms Team, a group of dedicated volunteers who are interested in advancing racial and gender justice in our communities. Our team shares the YWCA message of eliminating racism and empowering women across social media manages the YWCA blog and maintains the YWCA website. No experience is necessary! The role provides leadership development and in-house training for managing communications in a digital space.
    • Oakland School Volunteers Program: The Oakland Public Education Fund is a  program that has volunteers supporting students in Oakland Unified School District classrooms. As an ongoing volunteer, you will spend an hour a week( or more!) at an Oakland Public School. See Transfer and Career Center for more information. (Continuous)
    • Berkeley Mutual Aid – is a volunteer group of neighbors helping neighbors by meeting basic needs for isolated individuals such as grocery shopping, prescription pick up, social support, and wildfire evacuation planning. They match volunteers into pairs for ongoing weekly support, and they need your help. You can plan around your unique schedule and make new social connections in the process. Sign up today! (Continuous)

    • Reading Partners OaklandReading Partners mobilizes communities to provide our students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. They rely on community volunteers to work with our students for one-on-one literacy tutoring.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please visit https://readingpartners.org/location/sf-bay-area or e-mail volunteersf@readingpartners.org. (Continuous)
    • Alzheimer’s organization’s Volunteer – Organizations that support Alzheimer’s and dementia efforts are looking for virtual volunteers. Most of the outreach, advocacy, and administrative tasks that organizations need can be done online, even by support groups. Training for volunteer roles with organizations, like the Alzheimer’s Association, is now online. The Alzheimer’s Association provides general training for all volunteers and specialized training for specific roles. (Continuous).
      The list of virtual volunteer jobs at Alzheimer’s organizations.
    • Sidekicks: Adaptive Programming – Teen Sidekicks are truly committed and enjoy working closely with special needs students, befriending them, sharing lunch and activities, or helping them successfully integrate into mainstream programs. Teen Sidekicks attend a 2-hour orientation/training to learn about special needs and the basic principles of behavior management. Sidekicks are paired with a camper with special needs and will meet with their camper buddy and a family member before the camp begins to better understand the individual child’s needs. Together, they attend a PRD summer camp (1-week), creating lasting memories and having the time of their lives. If you are interested in becoming a Teen Sidekick please apply at https://bit.ly/34z83PT. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2022. Applicants must be 14 years of age, able to attend an orientation/training on May 18th at 6:00pm and commit to volunteering at least 1-week of Summer Sidekicks (weeks listed below). Community service hours available upon request. Volunteers may be eligible to receive a letter of recommendation. No experience is necessary. Questions? Contact Eva Phalen at ephalen@piedmont.ca.gov
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  • Law/Social Work
    • Youth Design Research Assistant – We are seeking a Youth Design Research Assistant for an exciting role with YLabs from June 20-August 12, 2022. We are working on a new project that seeks to 1) understand the main challenges that young people face in finding accurate, accessible sexual health information, and accessing health products and services that meet their needs, 2) identify and test new solutions to improve sexual health outcomes for youth in California. (Verified 5/25/2022)
    • The Office of Berkeley City Councilmember Rigel Robinson is accepting internship applications for Summer 2022! Candidates of all backgrounds are welcome to apply, so long as they are passionate about progressive policymaking and the future of the City of Berkeley. Intern tasks include drafting legislation, writing reports and memos, conducting background research, and assisting with constituent inquiries.
      Apply here by Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 11:59 PMhttps://forms.gle/g3YUTAjXcLwh2nDo7. If you have any questions, please reach out to Legislative Assistant Angie Chen at achen@cityofberkeley.info.

    • U.S Jobs Forest Service – Make a lasting impact on the world around you and unlock opportunities for professional growth and career advancement. Join the U.S. Forest Service and be a part of an organization that is committed to caring for the land and serving people. The U.S. Forest Service is hiring students and recent graduate positions in natural resources and administrative positions across the nation. The various positions are open on the website www.usajobs.gov 
    • Youth Spirit Artworks, a local non-profit that provides a paid job training program for low-income, houseless, and/or underrepresented youth (Ages 16-24).
      Winter/Spring 2022 core job training semester will have open enrollment throughout the semester (January 10th- June 10th, 2022). Youth who participate in daily art and job training workshops will receive a monthly stipend.
      Click here and here for more details.
      If anyone has any further questions about Youth Spirit Artworks, you can ask them at eric@youthspiritartworks.org or at shelbyck@youthspiritartworks.org
  • Government/Politics/Journalism
  • Customer Service/Retail
    • Kissel Uptown Oakland (Hyatt) – Is hiring for a number of positions in the hospitality industry that can be found by viewing the attached pdf. (Verified 5/25/22)
    • Pet Food Express is currently has various positions that are open, to learn more about and see positions available, please visit their website by clicking the link attached.
    • Philz Coffee is seeking amazing candidates to come join their teams in East Bay Area locations: San Ramon (Bishop Ranch), Walnut Creek, Lafayette, College Ave (Rockridge), and Gilman (Northwest Berkeley).
      They are currently looking for baristas and shift supervisors click to see the job descriptions.
      If you are interested please contact 
      Alan Moreno. His  phone number is 408-466-4563 or email him alanmoreno@philzcoffee.com
    • Safari is the only campus recruitment software platform built exclusively for the insurance industry. It has launched career training bootcamp program to train the next generation of insurance and technology talent, with a particular focus on U.S. military veterans and underrepresented (Black, Hispanic, Indigenous) talent. 
    • Next Steps Marketing seeking outreach workers to provide coverage during specified outreach shifts, educating community members about the San Francisco Bay Ferry’s lower fares, more convenient midday schedule, and safe, comfortable ride. Click here for more details.
    • The Rollin’ Root – A food truck stocked with seasonal fruits, vegetables, and dairy products from the farmers market. They are launching a new San Francisco Route on Saturdays, serving culturally and linguistically diverse communities, especially Chinese and Spanish speakers, among others. They have multiple openings that can be found here.
    • Berkeley Bowl – Various positions within multiple departments in both locations available. Berkeley Bowl offers competitive wages and benefits, as well as an employee discount. (Continuous)
    • DoorDash – Make $30+ an hour with DoorDash Right Now! Highly flexible – you get to be your own boss. Work whenever you want and earn up to $1500/week (you keep 100% of the tips). Money is deposited into your bank account every week. Apply to start driving today, it only takes a few minutes! (Deadline: Continuous)
    • Peet’s Coffee and Tea – Various Customer Service positions are available throughout the Bay Area. (Continuous)
    • UPS Job Opportunities – UPS currently has various positions that are open, to learn more about and see positions available please visit their website at: https://www.jobs-ups.com/
    • Decathlon – Interested in playing sports, Decathlon is looking for retail associates who are devoted to giving their customers the best experience when handling sports products or events. More information will be provided when clicking on the link provided in the name. (Continuous) 
    • Visit Berkeley – Visitor/Digital Services Coordinator – Visit Berkeley is the Destination Marketing Organization representing the City of Berkeley. Our mission is to market and promote Berkeley as a desirable tourist and group destination. We develop advertising and marketing campaigns to attract overnight stays at local hotels and create local promotions to increase visitor spending at restaurants, retailers and arts & cultural venues. We also market to domestic Meeting Planners to educate them on the variety of hotels and venues available for conferences & events and to highlight the attributes of having a meeting in Berkeley. Click the link attached to view a complete job description and email dmarengo@visitberkeley.com for further questions.
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  • Business/Economics/Marketing
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  • Management/Leadership
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  • STEM
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  • Education
    • NAF Future Scholars at UC Berkeley hiring temporary residential advisors to support their in-person summer programming on UC Berkeley’s campus this summer. Any current undergrad/ grad or recently graduated students who may be looking for short-term summer work are eligible. They are not required to have any STEM or college access background, just an enthusiasm for community-building and a love for education! Any interested applicants can email their resume and cover letter as well as any questions to the NAF Future Scholars at UC Berkeley Program Director, Lakeysha Jones, at lspears.berkeley.edu@berkeley.edu.
      Click to see more details.
    • Climate Corps Education Outside – We are currently hiring for full-time AmeriCorps Fellows that will deliver hands-on ecoliteracy and inquiry-based science lessons in school gardens to K-5 students in San Francisco and San Mateo counties. The priority deadline for applications to the Fellowship are due March 18th, with rolling applications accepted following this initial deadline. You can find a link to the application page here.
    • Super Sports Stars coaching job opportunities – They are seeking FUN & energetic coaches, early-childhood teachers, students, Nannies, & anyone with a love of soccer & working with children to join our Soccer and/or Sports program! (Validated: 1/4/22)
      • Responsibilities/Requirements:
        • Assist / Teach an energetic, fun & motivating class to connect with and challenge each child
        • Provide positive/fun individual & group attention to children.
        • Prior experience working with children preferred
        • Passionate about teaching (Coaching/teaching experience encouraged)
        • Soccer playing background preferred.
    • The East Bay Asian Youth Center is looking for after school program teachers – Elementary After- School Teacher prepares and provide integrated in-person and virtual learning activities to cohorts of up to twenty elementary or middle school youth at one of six elementary schools – Bella Vista Elementary (1 position), Cleveland Elementary (3 positions), Franklin Elementary (3 positions), Garfield Elementary (2 positions), Lazear K-8 (6 positions), and Lincoln Elementary (4 positions), and one of two middle schools -Edna Brewer Middle School (2 positions) and Roosevelt Middle School (8 positions).
      • Responsibilities/Qualifications:
      • Plan, develop, and implement syllabi, lesson plans, and celebrations for up to three project-based learning themes that foster creative expression, critical thinking, and collaborative decision-making (e.g. art, music, drama, sports, science, media, gaming, gardening, cooking), including the use of distance learning methods and platforms. (FOR ELEMENTARY)
      • 48 College semester units or passage of the OUSD Instructional Aide examination
      • Plan, develop, and implement syllabi, lesson plans, and celebrations that foster literacy development (e.g. Reading with Relevance), including the use of distance learning methods and platforms.
      • Negative Result on a tuberculosis test
      • Maintain ongoing one-to-one communication and collaboration with parents and teachers.
      • Ability to manage and support a group of 20 elementary or middle school students.
      • Fluency in Mam, Spanish, Cantonese, or Vietnamese is highly desirable.
      • https://www.indeed.com/job/after-school-teacher-97a684b33154bb7e
    • The Stanislaus County Office of Education is looking for a Sign Language Interpreter/Tutor – The Stanislaus County Office of Education is looking for a sign language interpreter, please see the link above for information.
    • Teaching Jobs Posting Board – Our teaching jobs board is automatically updated daily with the latest teacher job openings from across the country. Check back often to find new openings in your area that match your interests and qualifications. You can also research the job market in your area to find who is hiring and what employers are looking for. (Continuous) 
    • Aspire Public Schools After School Educator – The After School Educator provides academic intervention, homework support, and enrichment activities to students as part of a high-quality after-school program. S/he independently supervises groups of up to 20 students, facilitates learning, and works with other members of the after-school program team to meet the academic, social-emotional, behavioral, and physical needs of all students. This position may be responsible for delivering specialized enrichments or intervention programs requiring knowledge/experience in that specialty. (Continuous)
    • East Bay Regional Park District Interpretive Student Aide – student will work alongside Naturalist staff to provide interpretive programs and public information in a park visitor center and surrounding parklands. These paid positions are designed for students considering a career in interpretation, environmental education, natural history, cultural history, or park professions. (Continuous)
    • Bay Area Discovery Museum (BADM) in Sausalito, a non-profit children’s museum with a 30-year history of providing fun, research-backed, hands-on STEAM experiences for children ages 0-10 and their caregivers.

      Their most time-sensitive needs are the following:
      • Spring Break Camps staff, Lead and Assistant Educators ($18-$20.16/hour) – to start late March
      • Infant and Toddler Class Teacher (contractor) (up to $30/hour) – to start early April
        Click here for more details and open positions
    • Peninsula School is looking for a Nursery Assistant Teacher and for a Substitute Assistant Teacher. The Assistant Teacher works closely with the Head Teacher, specific duties in each Nursery – 8th-grade classroom may vary.
      The purpose of the Assistant Teacher role is to help enrich the children’s experience at the school and provide additional support for the Head Teacher to effectively carry out the program.
    • Engineering
      • City of Oakland Engineering Technician II– The City of Oakland is currently recruiting to fill one Engineering Technician II vacancy within the Department of Transportation. The ideal candidate will have basic knowledge of engineering principles and good communication skills as well as the ability to use design tools to develop complex work orders; work independently in the field making observations and measurements; provide direct service, for internal and external customers; and facilitate the coordination of various tasks, including over the counter permit services, on a daily basis. To apply, please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/oaklandca/default.cfm (Continuous)
    • Technical and Industrial
    • General Maintenance and Manufacturing
      • McEWEN:  We are seeking an industrious, organized, and detail conscious individual to work on our small production team. Must demonstrate a high degree of initiative and be capable of following through on complex job tasks with excellent attention to detail. Good communication skills and a positive disposition are essential. Must be skilled in basic metal fabrication, glass kiln forming & cold work operations. A full job description can be found by clicking the attached link.
      • Anamet Division of Acuren Inspection is looking for a Mechanical Testing Technician to support their Hayward, CA laboratory operations.  The Mechanical Testing Technician will perform a variety of ASTM, ANSI/ASME and AWS mechanical tests including tension, compression, 3-point bending, and Charpy impact on metal, plastic and composite test specimens. Click here for more details.
      • East Bay Municipal Utility District –  List of continuously updated job openings.
      • For more opportunities please sign up for the following newsletter: https://bayareamanufacturingcareers.com/newsletters.html
      • Backroads is looking for a Part-time Facilities Assistant. This position is onsite at Berkeley, CA office. The schedule is part-time, Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm-ish to 6:00 pm-ish (hours flexible). The Facilities Assistant works closely with the Office Manager to maintain a clean and organized office environment for the employees. You will perform daily facility operations, maintenance projects, and basic building needs, as well as maintain a clean and organized work environment. This is a unique job at Backroads, and it is super important to the function of the building. Click here to see more details.
      • Mirada seeks a positive and forward thinking intern as an addition to the development team that will contribute high quality work with a sense of urgency. The applicant’s primary function will be assembling product for current orders. Secondarily, the applicant will participate in production optimization projects and production efficiencies studies and improvement projects. Depending on the applicant’s background, other projects in other areas will be possible. More details here! 
      • Work on a Civicorps crew with some of largest employers in the East Bay, such as CalTrans, EBMUD, and East Bay Regional Parks District. Through their paid internships, you have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and earn tool certifications that will help jumpstart your career. Click here and here for more details.
    • Environmental Sciences/Outdoor Recreation

      • Waterworks Swim School: Become a swim instructor! Waterworks Swim School is a premier indoor swim school that teaches children ages 2.5 years to adult how to swim. From $33 – $37 hr!
      • Point Blue Conservation Science is offering a Community College Conservation Internship.
        The CCC Internship is a part of Point Blue Conservation Science’s STRAW program. Point Blue’s 160 scientists work to develop nature-based solutions to climate change, habitat loss, and other environmental threats to benefit wildlife and people. Point Blue’s STRAW team works with over 50 schools throughout the academic year throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, immersing K-12th grade students in active restoration. Students implement professional restoration technician work while learning about the importance of conservation, restoration, and community. We hope to address the growing need and scope of our work by continuing to engage grade school students and young people beyond the classroom by creating this summer internship for motivated, local community college students! For more details click here!  Application Deadline – Thursday, May 12th, 11:59 PM
      • SF zoo is looking for Zoo Camp instructors to teach K-5th graders from mid-June to mid-August & a Zoo Camp coordinator.
      • Urban Adamah  – Urban Adamah is an educational farm and community center in Berkeley, CA that integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, mindfulness, sustainable agriculture, and social action to build loving, just, and sustainable communities. We are hiring for multiple full and part-time summer camp staff positions!
      • City of Orinda Parks & Rec – We’re hiring for Summer Camp Counselors and Director positions! Night-free work schedules and competitive salaries! Contact Recreational Coordinator, Matt Delmartini, at mdelmartini@cityoforinda.org for more information.
      • City of Berkeley Aquatics Specialist –  Aquatics Specialist I – is the entry-level in the Aquatics Specialist series, providing teaching and instruction in swim skills, and serving as a lifeguard at assigned swimming facilities. (Continuous)
        Aquatics Specialist II is responsible for supervising the conduct of swimmers at City swim centers to ensure their health and safety. Incumbents in this class are expected to lead and train assigned staff; provide teaching and instruction in swim skills to persons of all ages, and serve as a lifeguard at assigned
        swimming facilities. (Continuous)
      • Albany Unified School District, jobs available at Albany Pool
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      • City of  Berkeley Camps Division – Summer Positions available at residential Berkeley Echo Lake Camp and Berkeley Tuolumne Camp.
        Position Descriptions and application links.
      • California State Parks is currently hiring at local State parks, Candlestick Point State Recreation Area here in SF, and on Angel Island. They are hiring Park Aides for the summer camp that will take place from June 27th– August 12th , with opportunity to continue in the position after summer. There will be a week of training/orientation for all staff before the kid’s summer camp. There is the general application form which can be filled out and emailed with a resume to Charli Baker, at her email charli.baker@parks.ca.gov
  • Health/Health Care
    • UCSF Emotion, Health, and Psychophysiology Lab AssistantThe Emotion, Health, and Psychophysiology Lab at UCSF focuses on how the mind influences the body, and the reciprocal, how bodily changes influence thoughts, emotions, and intentions. Research assistants working in the lab are exposed to a variety of studies at the intersection of social psychology, emotion, and psychophysiology. RAs learn how to conduct studies, collect physiological data, and edit and score autonomic data. Our RAs work at least 10-12 hours a week for two school semesters. This volunteer opportunity is ideal for undergraduate students or recent graduates looking to gain research experience for graduate school or medical school. Please note that while this program does welcome international applicants, they cannot help with the visa process. To apply please use the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsXIve5wXO_1K_5U5sJvlwghLFQ9Bwpo8D1XUnOmKIRWLFZg/viewform (Validated 1/4/22)
    • Autism Intervention Professionals is hiring behavior technicians to provide in-home ABA therapy to individuals diagnosed with Autism.  Under the guidance of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), BT assists in providing behavioral interventions to children on the Autism Spectrum.
    • Kadiant has openings for Behavior Technician role, which would be a great hands on opportunity for students looking to gain experience working with children and/or pursuing degrees in Psychology, Child Development, Education, etc. As a Behavior Technician, students would work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and help them achieve goals developed by a Board-Certified Behavior Analysis. Kadiant offers many great benefits including flexible schedules, paid trainings, and a student loan paydown program. 
    • Maxim Healthcare Services provide in-home support and caregiving needs for children and adults with developmental delays and/or challenging behaviors. Behavioral Aides work closely with the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to implement the behavioral care plan and keep track of the clients’ goals/progress through each session. Behavioral Aides also assist family members in maintaining the client in his/her home by relieving the family members from basic self-help needs and other activities of daily living which family members would ordinarily perform including interaction, socialization, and continuation of daily routines. More details here.
      Apply NOW by email mesyeda@maxhealth.com directly, or calling their office at 510-542-5775, please ask for Meryum! (validated 03/10/2022)
    • Medical Scribe -The central role of the Medical Scribe is to relieve the physician of clerical or secretarial duties; thus allowing the physician to focus more directly on clinical care. A scribe is an unlicensed person and exclusively non-clinical. They do not touch patients and do not engage in any type of patient care. A scribe’s role is limited to documentation and efficiency management for the physician.
    • Kisco Senior Living, a family-owned and award-winning organization,  looking to connect with skilled and compassionate individuals interested in joining their team.  They have 3 beautiful communities in the Bay Area – Bridgepoint in Los Altos, Bryon Park in Walnut Creek, and Drake Terrace in San Rafael.  Their openings range from a variety of positions in Resident Relations, Care Services, Dining, Wellness, Environmental Services, and Sales.

 

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