Current Job/Internship/Volunteering Opportunities

Latest Update: 10/28/20

  • Volunteering
    • 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. (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • Reading Partners Oakland – Reading 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. (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • Patient Safty Volunteer Program – San Francesco Veterans Administration Patient Safty office is inviting applications for healthcare preprofessional program. Students intending to apply to nursing, medical school, dentistry or pharmacy are welcome to apply. Students will have an opportunity to engage in infection prevention strategies, falls prevention program, learn about patient safety programs and high reliability programs at SFVA. (Validated 10/15/20)
      • The program is 4 hours a week of volunteer service
      • Students who complete 6 months of the program will receive a letter of recommendation.
      • Must be 18+ years or older
      • The link to apply is: https://tinyurl.com/Spring2021SFVA
      • For any questions please email: Bernice.fan@va.gov
    • Alzheimer’s organizations 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 support groups. Training for volunteer roles with organizations, like the Alzheimer’s Association, are now online. The Alzheimer’s Association provides general training for all volunteers and specialized training for specific roles.(Validated 10/22/20)
      • The list of virtual volunteer jobs at Alzheimer’s organizations
  • Arts
  • Law/Social Work
    • Compass SF HOME – Bilingual Case Manager (Spanish) – Compass SF HOME case managers help homeless families find and maintain housing via rental subsidies. It’s a great job for someone who is a strong advocate – talking with landlords is tough! – and who is excited about developing long term relationships with the families, who are often in the program for a year or longer. There is no specific education or professional background required, but strong communication and advocacy skills are absolutely essential, as well as an understanding of homelessness and trauma.(Validated 10/15/20)
      • Pay is $23-26/hr, 37.5 hours per week
      • Full benefits (medical, dental, paid vacation and sick time, etc.).
      • For more information: Job description pdf
    • 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(Validated: 10/22/20)
      • Between October 27-November 2, 2020, the Forest Service (FS) will be hiring natural resource positions, primarily in forestry, in conjunction with the 2020 Society of American Foresters National Convention.
      • Summer 2021 intern positions will also be available between November 1-10, 2020 in a variety of fields.
      • See attached flyer for upcoming webinars and to start your application on usajobs.gov
    • Silent Professionals -Our small, experienced team has direct pipelines to a wide range of jobs available within the defense and private security industry as well as unique corporate security job opportunities. We also frequently have jobs that pop up for immediate fill all around the world. Besides the fact that job seekers never pay to apply for jobs, we personally vet each job and each candidate and match the right person for the right job at the right time. We talk directly to the decision-makers who make the call on hiring and they lean on our team to advise them. If you’re a job seeker, register as a candidate in our system. Please go to the link provided to learn more, there at multiple opportunities for veterans, and each job has different requirements as well as deadlines. (Validated: 10/15/20)
  • Government/Politics/Journalism
    • State Senator Nancy Skinner Internship – State Sen. Nancy Skinner was elected in 2016 to represent the East Bay cities along the I-80 corridor from Rodeo to San Leandro. Sen. Skinner serves as the majority whip and chair of both the Public Safety Committee and the Budget Sub-Committee on Public Safety. A social justice advocate and accomplished legislator, she has successfully passed many progressive laws to prevent gun violence, reform the criminal justice system, alleviate the state’s housing crisis, and fight climate change.
      Sen. Skinner is committed to training, mentoring, and exposing young leaders to government and public service and offers interested high school and college students a hands-on and engaging internship opportunity. She seeks individuals with strong organizational skills, commitment, and a passion to learn.
      Summer deadline: April 16th
      Fall deadline: Rolling
      Winter/ Spring deadline: Rolling  (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • Student Programs – The U.S. Department of State offers programs that help students gain experience and insight into our work, as well as a number of fellowships that assist in funding your education and can lead to employment. PLEASE read the attached pdf link for more information, contains various internship opportunities, fellowships, and other programs. Please make sure to visit their website to learn about eligibility, deadlines, and so on. Reach out to Diplomat in Residence Micaela Schweitzer-Bluhm at DIRNorthwest@state.gov with any questions! 
    • U.S. Department of State Veterans Innovation Partnership Fellowship – The U.S. Department of State is now accepting applications for the seventh cohort of the Veterans Innovation Partnership (VIP) Fellowship program until Friday, October 23, 2020 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time (8:59 pm Pacific Time). This program aims to serve America’s veterans and separating service members’ transition to diplomacy and development careers through a year-long paid professional fellowship at the U.S. Department of State. Fellows are exposed to career opportunities, gain valuable skills for working in the public or private sector, and receive mentoring from experienced professionals and support from other high achieving fellows and alumni. (Validated 10/15/20)
      • Eligible veterans may submit applications on USAJOBS. 
      • Foreign Affairs Officer (Veterans Innovation Partnership Program)
      • Program Analyst (Veterans Innovation Partnership Program)
      • Please note: While the official application period closes on October 23rd, it may close earlier if 250 applications are received for each of the two position descriptions.
  • Customer Service/Retail
    • AmazonService Partner looking to hire enthusiastic drivers to deliver Amazon packages in the East Bay! We require no prior delivering experience, and provide training, vehicle, and all the tools you need to become a successful Delivery Associate. (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • AT&T Part Time Sales Consultant – Currently looking for applicants in the Richmond and the El Cerrito area. For more information please contact Tina Garcia at TG1538@att.com
      • AT&T does its best to work around college schedules
      • Part-Time works approximately 20-24 hours a week
      • Paid Training
      • Great benefit packages medical, dental, vision, tuition aid reimbursement, and much more
      • Validated (10/15/20)
    • 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)
    • Gorjana Full-time and Part-time Associates – As a Part-Time and a Full-Time Sales Associate/Stylist, you will be responsible for creating an exceptional shopping experience for our customers in a genuine and enthusiastic manner. Your goal is to engage with guests regarding product knowledge, brand awareness, and the art of layering. You are a true style ambassador and wear Gorjana jewelry that you live in, love always, and layer every day. For more information please contact this email katiet@gorjana.com (Validated 10/28/20)
      • Some duties would include for both Part-time and Full-time positions:
        • Assist and encourage customers to sign up for our mailing list
        • Serve as a brand ambassador by wearing the product, providing company background information and product knowledge
        • Provide a positive first impression for the customer through an energetic and genuine attitude
        • Respond to customer complaints and concerns in a professional manner while being results-oriented
        • Maintain store cleanliness, organization of product, and general store upkeep
        • May be responsible for opening and closing procedures
        • For more information on the Full-time position, please visit this link:https://www.gorjana.com/pages/careers?gh_jid=4581722002
        • For more information on the Part-time position, please go to this link: https://www.gorjana.com/pages/careers?gh_jid=4926080002
  • Peet’s Coffee and Tea – Various Customer Service positions available throughout the Bay Area. (Continuous)
  • Target – Positions will be seasonal and part-time, especially for the holiday season, with the opportunity for permanent placement afterward. As a Fulfillment Team Member, you will be responsible for collecting the items on guest’s orders with accuracy and speed. Apply in-store or online at target.com/careers (Validated: 10/15/20)
  • UPS Seasonal Opportunities – UPS currently has various positions that will be open for the holiday season, 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) 
  • Business/Economics
    • Part Time Service Specialist – At 1st United Credit Union, we are committed to improving the quality of life for our members and communities we serve across the East Bay and Tri-Valley areas. Part-Time Service Specialist primarily promotes a positive image of the credit union by displaying a knowledgeable and professional manner, with a focus on sales and services. Knowledgeable in all credit union products and services. Consults with members on their specific needs. Quotes relevant information about accounts, products or services. Opens new accounts, processes deposits, withdrawals and loan payments. Must be available to work on Saturday hours. (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • CrypoPotato Scholarship -As part of our educational efforts that have included a long series of featured guides, articles, and videos we have decided to create a scholarship that will be given for Economics and Computer Science students. (Validated: 10/15/20)
      • A yearly $1,400 Scholarship (2 scholarships of $700 each)
      • Deadline: 15th December 2020 and 15th May 2021
      • Undergraduate students enrolled on an economics or computer science course in an accredited college or university in the United States
      • Any questions contact: scholarships@cryptopotato.com
      • The winner of the competition will be announced by the 30th of Dec 2020 and May 2021 respectively. The winner will be notified personally by email.
  • Technology
  • Education
    •  Bay Area Virtual Hiring Event: Behavioral Technicians -As a Behavior Technician, you will help shape the future of individuals by providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy and related services to individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). You will enjoy creating and working in a fun, playful setting to help individuals close the gap by teaching the social, behavioral, and daily living skills they need to succeed. Sessions include the reward of working closely with parents and families of assigned clients, taking important data, and implementing protocols as trained by your supervisor. Various positions open throughout the Bay Area, please check out this link to see all cities listed: https://kadiant.com/careers/?p=jobs (Validated: 10/26/20)
    • ABA Therapist_RBT Contra Costa -Behavior Treatment & Analysis is seeking FT/PT Applied Behavior Analysis Therapists or Registered Behavior Technicians to work with our clients in the Contra Costa County. The professional in this position will be responsible for providing treatment and implement ABA services, pursuant to a treatment plan developed and approved by the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Please check the link above to view all duties/responsibilities, conditions, skills/qualifications, as well as the benefits and shift schedule for this position. Here is the link to the job application: https://behaviortreatmentanalysis.bamboohr.com/jobs/ For any further questions please contact mark.moreno@behaviortreatmentanalysis.com (Validated: 10/15/20)
      • Duties/Responsibilities:
      • Provide direct client care in a 1:1 setting in the client’s home, community and/or school
      • Attends staff meetings, training, and other meetings as requested
      • Complete daily paperwork and data collection notes in detail and timely manner
      • Skills/Qualifications:
      • **MUST HAVE: Bachelor’s Degree (preferably in the related field) or Board Certified Assistant Behavioral Analyst (BCaBA) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT®) or Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT) with an AA degree or 60 units college credit or 2 years of ABA experience
      • Preferably recent experience in working with children with Autism Spectrum (ASD) and/or related development disabilities in a direct care capacity (1-year minimum)
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion pertaining to the work environment
      • Bilingual, Spanish is a Plus
    • After School Program Leader-We are looking for energetic, outgoing team players to join our After School Program team in Oakland
      and Richmond. This position will actively supervise students in a structured after school program. They
      will plan and lead daily activities that are meaningful, culturally relevant and engaging for all students
      including academic skills & homework help, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), physical
      activities and/or sports, and performing arts. Check the flyer for further requirements as well as benefits and pay. Submit your application or resume to Shamonica Clark: sclark@ymcaeastbay.org (Validated: 10/15/20)

      • Some requirements:
      • At least 18 years of age
      • Must have (a) 48-semester college units, or (b) successful completion of the Instructional Aid (IA)
        Exam
      • Must have a general knowledge of core elementary subjects
      • Must possess strong knowledge of basic computer skills & functions (zoom, google hangouts, etc.)
      • CPR, First Aid, AED certifications within 30 days of hire and much more
    • Mathnasium Math Instructor – We are looking for math instructors who are excited to work with kids, passionate about education, and have a love for math! Mathnasium is a math learning center that utilizes customized learning plans to address student’s individual learning needs and foundational gaps. We teach math in a way that makes sense to kids grades 2-12! Instructors work in a dynamic, team-teaching setting that provides students with individual one-on-one instruction in a fun, rewarding environment. We offer part-time jobs with flexible scheduling and ongoing training opportunities.To apply, please send a resume to alameda@mathnasium.com and a cover letter including details about your math competency, experience teaching or working with children, and availability.  (Validated: 10/15/20)
    • Lotus Bloom – OUR MISSION: Providing a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space to traditionally underserved populations to come together as a community to provide children with a rich learning foundation. OUR VALUES* High-touch approach to families * Community-building approach * Multicultural * Philosophy of Listening * Parents and caregivers do not feel they are being judged* (Continuous Learning 10/15/20)
    • 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 enrichment’s 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)
    • Maker Ed: Lead Maker Trainer (LMT) – Are you interested in education, the arts, storytelling, making, and justice. You have experience in intentionally telling stories of and working in solidarity with communities of color. Maker Ed is looking for an amazing educator to work with us on our Learning in the Making: LIVE! Program. Are you excited to showcase how making activities can support learning outcomes from equity, to STEM, to writing? Our team launched this program as a response to COVID-19 in April 2020 and one of our hosts is on family leave, so we need your help! Consider joining a great team of people from July through February. The Lead Maker Trainer (LMT) works as a member of Maker Ed’s Learning Team to develop and deliver effective professional development, resources, and content for educators and institutions across organizational programs, projects, and initiatives. (Validated: 10/15/20)  To apply please visit this link: https://makered.org/get-involved/careers/apply/ 
      • Primary and Secondary roles + responsibilities:
      • Brainstorm topics and ideas for live stream sessions
      • Select topics and identify guest hosts
      • Develop scripts for each live stream
      • Host and implement weekly session
      • Community and Communications – amplify the voices of Maker Ed partners and community and participate in virtual opportunities to share, connect, and discuss the field of maker education
      • Professional Development – supports the coordination of, development of, outreach for, and facilitation of professional development
  • Engineering
    • Network Operations Center (NOC) Engineer– The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet, https://www.es.net/) at Berkeley Lab, is a high speed network serving thousands of Department of Energy (DOE) scientists and collaborators, and a global leader in developing and operating high performance network services. ESnet provides DOE scientists with comprehensive connectivity to the global Internet and high bandwidth access to DOE sites and primary science collaborators, including research and education (R&E) networks in the US, Europe, Asia Pacific, and elsewhere. The Networking Operations Center (NOC) Engineer role will work for the ESnet Network Operations Center (NOC) and serve as the primary point of contact between ESnet engineers, DOE sites and vendors to provide initial network diagnoses and early problem resolution. (Validated: 10/15/20)
      • No degree required. A minimum of 2 years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
      • This is a full-time career appointment, exempt (monthly paid) from overtime pay.
      • Work will be primarily performed at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.
      • For more information, check out the application link, & the ESnet About page.
    • 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)
  • Environmental Sciences/Outdoor Recreation
    • Conservation Intern – Through our paid internships, you have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and earn tool certifications that will help jumpstart your career. Civicorps’ Environmental Management Social Enterprise conducts environmental enhancement and mitigation projects for 11 public agency sponsors while providing paid job training for young adults. Corpsmembers earn $14.14/hour while gaining occupational skills, soft skills, positive work evaluations, attendance and performance awards, and industry-recognized as well as in-house tool certifications, which bolsters their resume and makes their application competitive when seeking positions with partners such as East Bay Regional Parks District or CalTrans. Corpsmembers also earn AmeriCorps Education Awards and graduate with anywhere from $1,221 – $5,775 (depending on hours worked) to fund their post-secondary education. Contact Bethany Rivard, Outreach and Retentions Specialist (510) 915-5459, and visit their website (Validated 10/27/20): https://www.cvcorps.org/ 
    • CalRecycle Sr. Environmental Scientist (Specialist) –  Are you looking for an exciting and fulfilling career that makes a positive impact on California? Are you a motivated individual who enjoys solving complex issues? The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) is seeking an enthusiastic senior environmental scientist to join our talented team that is passionate about reducing organic waste.
      • For external candidates, you must take the exam and receiving a ranking on the list to be eligible to apply for this position. Click on the link to search for information about taking the online exam:
    • Biodynamic Farming Apprenticeship Program 2021–  Three Springs Community Farm Foundation will be hosting five students for our full time, year-long Farm Apprenticeship Program for the 2021 season (start date negotiable between the new year and February; end date negotiable between Mid December and February). The Apprenticeship Program takes place on a beautiful and secluded 80-acre ranch & Biodynamic Farm, in Sonoma County, California between the towns of Freestone and Bodega. (Validated: 10/15/20)
      • On-site housing, a living stipend and farm produce is provided.
      • If you’re interested in applying check out the job application link.
    • Piedmont Pool– If you are interested in helping others, developing practical skills, or a career in public safety, education, or medicine, the aquatics industry is the perfect place to start. Dive in and submit your resume today! Earn $14-$19/ hour.
    • 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. Incumbents work under close supervision and teach lower swim levels, and perform customer service functions.  (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; certify swimming participant’s completion of swim curriculum level, and if acting as a coach, plan and direct group practices and work with swimmers on an individual basis. (Continuous)
    • Albany Unified School District, jobs available at Albany Pool
  • Health/Health Care
    • Berkeley HOPS (Healthy Options at Point of Sale) – About HOPS: Bay Area Community Resources and young health advocates in Berkeley have been working on drafting and organizing to pass this first-in-the-nation Healthy Checkout Ordinance.  They want the Bay Area to be a model in favor of our community for food justice. They are recruiting advocates in Berkeley to do things such as conducting interviews, social media campaigns, and participate in City Council Hearings.
      • All work is virtual until shelter in place is lifted
      • Eligibility: 16-28 years old Berkeley residents
      • BCC students encouraged to apply
      • Earn $1,000 and Gain Skills!
      • For more information check out the attachment!
      • (Validated: 10/15/2020)
    • AmeriCorps Health Fellows program – AmeriCorps Health Fellows program is a community service and professional development opportunity wrapped into one. This experience enables individuals to connect our patients and communities in need to services to increase access to health care services, health benefits programs, and promote prevention and wellness; while developing skills and exposure to the health care field.We are recruiting for 20 full-time positions (40 hours/week) and require a one-year commitment to serve a minimum of 1,700 service hours over an 11-month period. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about health equity and social justice, and is considering public health, medicine, social work, and mental/behavioral health for their higher education/career goals. The duration of this program is September 2020 to July 2021.Benefits of the Program:
      • Stipend $18,000
      • Education Award $10,000
      • Personal time off
      • Loan Forbearance/Interest Accrual
      • Health Insurance/Child Care Benefits
      • Network Opportunity
      • Training/ Professional Development

      Open Positions

      • Chronic Care Management
      • Geriatric Health
      • Behavioral and Mental Health
      • Maternal & Child Health
      • Adolescent Health
      • Recruitment & Capacity Leader
      • (Validated: 10/15/2020)
    • Senior Residential Counselor – Primary responsibility of the Senior Residential Counselor (also known as a Personal Care Provider II) is to assist the Site Coordinator with case management and treatment planning for adults diagnosed with a mental illness, living in an agency board and care setting in Marin County. This includes completing daily Medi-Cal progress notes, medication assistance, and accompanying residents to medical and psychiatric appointments. (Continuous)
    • 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. The 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.The scribe observes the physician during patient encounters and performs documentation on the physician’s behalf. Under the direction of the physician, they enter information into the patient’s electronic or written chart. All documentation is reviewed and edited by the physician. It is signed with an attestation by the provider that the scribed chart accurately reflects all work, treatment, procedures, and medical decision making performed by them. (Continuous)
    • YMCA Lifeguard or Swim Instructor – Part time position through the Berkeley YMCA, no prior training required (will be supplied by the YMCA upon being hired). (Continuous)
    • Production Operator – We partner with Sun Chemical to fulfill their recruiting needs. We are working to fill a Production Operator role at their plant in San Leandro. This is an entry-level role with an excellent organization! If interested in the position please contact jjurek@blockforcetalent.com
      • 7:00 am – 4:00 pm shift (potential overtime)
      • $18.00 an hour
      • Must be able to operate a forklift
      • Removing paint and cleaning totes
      • Ability to handle strenuous work
      • Capable of repeatedly lifting 50 lbs.
      • If you want a job that keeps you in shape and moving, this position is right for you!

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