From Thrive’s Job Board, this week’s job opportunities:
If you are looking for meaningful work – or know someone who is – there are some great opportunities via Thrive’s excellent job board, at this link.
Human Services Alum Kristine Ramillo wanted to make sure that NDNU PSP students new of a job opportunity at Mission Neighborhood Centers in San Francisco. (Thank you, Kristine!)
The job description and instructions for applying can be found at this link: http://mncsf.org/home/jobs/health-specialist/
Recently, we were searching for scholarships specifically for evening/part time/adult/ working students. There are a lot of useful resources out there! The following are links that may be helpful to those searching for scholarships (and who isn’t, right?)
Keep in mind as you look through the links below that we are here to help. Many require a letter of recommendation from a faculty member… we are glad to provide that. And if you are successful in obtaining a scholarship, please tell us… we love celebrating your successes!
Congrats to Det. Sgt. Seevers (center, below) on his graduation from the San Mateo County Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). We appreciate his hard work to keep our communities safe! Dan graduated from our Human Services program in 2012.
Courtesy of Thrive, San Mateo County’s Nonprofit consortium.
Science from Scientists Instructor. Do you want to feel like a science rockstar? We’re looking for charismatic scientists to teach hands-on science and engineering lessons to elementary and middle school students. Our Scientist Instructors work alongside classroom teachers during the school day to improve students’ attitudes and aptitudes in science and engineering. Science from Scientists’ mission is to teach and inspire the next generation to identify and solve real-world problems by improving STEM literacy.