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									Elder Care
30th Street Senior Center • San Francisco • Special Projects Coordinator
30th Street Senior Center provides a wide range of programs to low-income seniors in the Mission
District of San Francisco. The agency offers a wide variety of elderly services from case management,
meal assistance, health & wellness classes, recreational opportunities, and more. The economic crisis has
heavily burdened seniors on a fixed income and as a result the agency has seen a dramatic increase in
clients. The JV will be responsible for aiding with a variety of programs including: the Senior
Ambassador Program (new senior orientation), tutoring seniors in computer literacy, outreach, and elder
advocacy for retention of main services and funding. This position also includes occasionally being the
Staff-on-Duty, whose responsibilities include emergency procedures, opening of center and facilitation of
the center's main events, etc. www.onlok.org/30thsite/index.asp
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Shelters and Transitional Housing
Berkeley Food and Housing Project • Berkeley • Case Manager
BFHP provides services for people who are homeless in Berkeley. Their services include two shelters,
two transitional programs, a permanent supportive housing program for the chronically homeless and/or
mentally ill, two drop in centers and a meals program. Case Manager in the women's resource center is
responsible for outreach, information and resource counseling, intake and appointments with homeless
women both in shelter and in the Day program. This position will engage in both short and long term case
management with the goal of moving women along the continuum from the street to permanent housing.
www.bfhp.org

Pastoral Ministry • Secondary Placement Category: Youth Development
Brophy Preparatory Office of Peace & Justice • Phoenix, AZ • Jesuit Volunteer in Ministry
Brophy College Prep is the only Jesuit High School in Arizona. Through nurturing the soul, Brophy
offers the all boys student body an intimate relationship with God and inspires leaders who are devoted to
the service of others in a global community. JVC has partnered with Brophy in their Community Service
and Ministry program for many years. The JV will be responsible for coordinating all campus ministry,
justice and service activities on and off campus. Including, retreats, liturgies, service projects and
requirements, and immersions programs. www.brophyprep.org

Refugee and Immigration Services
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara -Refugee Resettlement • San Jose • Refugee Volunteer
Coordinator
Catholic Charities Refugee and Immigration Services aids qualified refugees in the citizenship process.
This includes application preparation, language classes, interview skills and a commitment to providing a
larger environment of support. Assesses skills and employment needs of assigned refugees; develops
employment opportunities, maintains case records, provides follow-up services on employment
placements, and assists with all other necessary tasks. www.ccsj.org

Refugee and Immigration Services
Catholic Charities--PHX • Phoenix, AZ • Life Skills Specialist
Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement works with people who are granted refugee status. Major groups
expected to be resettled will be from countries such as Bhutan, Burma, Iraq, and Cuba. Smaller groups
will consist of people coming from Somalia, and Burundi. Assumes responsibility for organizing life
skills related groups for newly arrived refugees by: preparing and maintaining curriculum, setting up and
implementing training on an on-going basis. Must have interviewing and communication skills; be
familiar with American local laws, customs, and culture as well as culture of refugee people; be familiar
with community service resources in local area; must have knowledge in life skills area; ability to work as
a part of a team. www.catholiccharitiesaz.org
Ability to speak, read, and write a language of one of the refugee populations beneficial and helpful, but
not required. Major languages that will be spoken will be Arabic, Nepali, Spanish, Burmese, and the
Karen dialect. Other languages may be French, Somali, Swahili, Vietnamese, and Kirundi.
Refugee and Immigration Services
Catholic Charities--PHX • Phoenix, AZ • Job Developer
Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement works with people who are granted refugee status. Major groups
expected to be resettled will be from countries such as Bhutan, Burma, Iraq, and Cuba. Smaller groups
will consist of people coming from Somalia, and Burundi. Assesses skills and employment needs of
assigned refugees; develops an employment plan for each client. Provides job placement services; assists
refugee client in completion of specific job applications, in preparing for interviews and in keeping
appointments; assists the client to become knowledgeable regarding job duties, company offered benefits,
rates of pay, and employment policies and practices. www.catholiccharitiesaz.org
Ability to speak, read, and write a language of one of the refugee populations beneficial and helpful, but
not required. Major languages that will be spoken will be Arabic, Nepali, Spanish, Burmese, and the
Karen dialect. Other languages may be French, Somali, Swahili, Vietnamese, and Kirundi.

Refugee and Immigration Services
Catholic Charities--PHX • Phoenix, AZ • Match Grant Case Manager
Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement works with people who are granted refugee status. Major groups
expected to be resettled will be from countries such as Bhutan, Burma, Iraq, and Cuba. Smaller groups
will consist of people coming from Somalia, and Burundi. Provides Match Grant case management
services to refugees by working in collaboration with the Resettlement Case Manager; exploring client's
perception of problems, strengths and weaknesses; develops short and long term goals to increase self
sufficiency; coordinates referrals to appropriate resources/programs. www.catholiccharitiesaz.org
Ability to speak, read, and write a language of one of the refugee populations beneficial and helpful, but
not required. Major languages that will be spoken will be Arabic, Nepali, Spanish, Burmese, and the
Karen dialect. Other languages may be French, Somali, Swahili, Vietnamese, and Kirundi.

Refugee and Immigration Services • Secondary Placement Category: Legal Services
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) • Los Angeles • Paralegal
CARECEN was originally founded by a group of Salvadoran refugees escaping the brutality of civil war.
The group has expanded and now provides immigration legal services and education, and cultural
opportunities for families from all over Central America. The Paralegal provides legal assistance in the
immigration matters including: the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), U Visa applications,
adjustment of status, naturalization applications, asylum and other brief legal services. The JV will also
assist in trial preparation and will replace the legal receptionist/intake screener occasionally during the
week. www.carecen-la.org
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Employment Services and Economic Development • Secondary Placement Category: Shelters and Transitional
Housing
Central Arizona Shelter Services -Vista Colina • Phoenix, AZ • Case Manager
CASS is the largest provider of homeless services in Arizona. Its emergency family shelter, Vista Colina,
houses 34 homeless families with children for up to 90 days. Families receive support services on-site
including case management, child care and employment services. They are also linked to a variety of
other community resources for additional services. The Case Manager works directly with 10 to 12
families helping them achieve self-sufficiency through assessment, development of a case plan, securing
benefits, employment and housing. www.cass-az.org

Employment Services and Economic Development
Central Arizona Shelter Services -Employment • Phoenix, AZ • Employment Specialist
Central Arizona Shelter Services' (CASS) mission is to empower men, women, and children with diverse
needs to end their homelessness by providing shelter and supportive services. It is the largest shelter and
service center for homeless people in Arizona. The Employment Specialist provides services necessary to
assist clients with preparing for, obtaining and retraining suitable employment. www.cass-az.org

Employment Services and Economic Development
Chrysalis Center -Los Angeles • Los Angeles • Employment Specialist
Chrysalis is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-
sufficient through employment opportunities. Chrysalis' programs target homeless men and women living
on the streets or places not meant for habitation or in emergency and transitional housing. As an
employment specialist, the JV will provide extensive one-on-one case management to help clients
changes their lives though jobs. She or he will work with clients to build an employment plan, set
achievable goals, reduce structural and motivational barriers to employment and develope the skills
needed to secure and maintain employment. www.chagelives.org

Employment Services and Economic Development
Chrysalis Center -Los Angeles • Los Angeles • Employment Specialist
Chrysalis is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-
sufficient through employment opportunities. Chrysalis' programs target homeless men and women living
on the streets or places not meant for habitation or in emergency and transitional housing. As an
employment specialist, the JV will provide extensive one-on-one case management to help clients
changes their lives though jobs. She or he will work with clients to build an employment plan, set
achievable goals, reduce structural and motivational barriers to employment and develope the skills
needed to secure and maintain employment. www.chagelives.org

Employment Services and Economic Development
Chrysalis Center -Pacoima • Pacoima • Employment Specialist
Chrysalis is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-
sufficient through employment opportunities. Chrysalis' programs target homeless men and women living
on the streets or places not meant for habitation or in emergency and transitional housing. As an
employment specialist, the JV will provide extensive one-on-one case management to help clients
changes their lives though jobs. She or he will work with clients to build an employment plan, set
achievable goals, reduce structural and motivational barriers to employment and develop the skills needed
to secure and maintain employment. www.changelives.org
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Employment Services and Economic Development
Chrysalis Center -Santa Monica • Santa Monica • Employment Specialist
Chrysalis is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-
sufficient through employment opportunities. Chrysalis' programs target homeless men and women living
on the streets or places not meant for habitation or in emergency and transitional housing. As an
employment specialist, the JV will provide extensive one-on-one case management to help clients
changes their lives though jobs. She or he will work with clients to build an employment plan, set
achievable goals, reduce structural and motivational barriers to employment and develop the skills needed
to secure and maintain employment. www.changelives.org

Education • Secondary Placement Category: Adolescent Services
Civicorps Schools • Oakland • Learning Academy Program Assistant
Civicorps Schools assists youth with risk factors developed through environmental and community
stewardship. Young adults ages 17-24 in the program get job experience and learn life skills. The young
people serve on projects that include trail building and maintenance, creek maintenance and restoration,
litter abatement, and vegetation management. When not working on a crew, corps members attend
classes during the day or in the evening after work to earn their high school diploma. The JV will work
directly with Corps member program staff to develop and implement a system of support and inspiration
to the Corps members. Position will involve tutoring, support services, and improving employability
skills. Position also includes some administrative duties. www.cvcorps.org
Education • Secondary Placement Category: Adolescent Services
Civicorps Schools • Oakland • Field Academy Assistant Supervisor
Civicorps Schools assists youth with risk factors developed through environmental and community
stewardship. Young adults ages 17-24 in the program get job experience and learn life skills. The young
people serve on projects that include trail building and maintenance, creek maintenance and restoration,
litter abatement, and vegetation management. When not working on a crew, corps members attend
classes during the day or in the evening after work to earn their high school diploma. The JV will assist in
directing a crew of 6 to 10 Corps members and monitor all aspects of Corps members' development
within the Corps member program. May act as a substitute for a Field Operations Supervisor.
www.cvcorps.org

Education
Cristo Rey High School • Sacramento • Assit to VP of Accademic Success
Cristo Rey High School Sacramento is a Catholic, co-educational, college predatory and a member of the
larger Cristo Rey Schools. They provide education for youth from low income families. A unique
component of Cristo Rey High School is the Work Study Program which engages the business
community in the Sacramento area in empowering highly motivated young people with professional
skills. This position gives direct service to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. It includes tutoring as
well as coordinating and implementing the tutoring program. It also includes college counseling and
advising and being an as needed substitute teacher along with a variety of other responsibilities.
www.cristoreysacramento.org

Women's Programs and Domestic Abuse • Secondary Placement Category: Mental Health
Daybreak Day Center/OPCC • Santa Monica • Counselor/Advocate
The Daybreak Day Center is a program located in Santa Monica that provides emergency services for
chronically mentally illness homeless women. Services include meals, clean clothes, showers, laundry
and mail services. In addition, the Day Center also has counselor/advocates that will assist clients with
shelter referrals, benefit advocacy, case management and support groups. The JV will serve as an
advocate and case manager for the clients. The JV will help clients navigate all government or public
services, assist with shelter referrals and other case management needs. www.opcc.net

Pastoral Ministry
Diocese of San Jose: Evangelization, Peace and Justice • Santa Clara • Jesuit Volunteer
The Department of Evangelization, Peace and Justice works with social justice liaisons in every diocesan
parish to encourage greater education around Catholic Social Teaching. The department also networks
with organizations working on behalf of immigrant and labor rights. They also participate on the policy
level through event like Catholic Lobbying Day. The JV will Assist in coordinating meetings with parish
social justice liaisons, visit staff and clergy at local parishes to encourage specific projects, coordinate
Catholic Lobby Day in April 2010, serve on Diocesan committee for CCHD grant, provide assistance and
support to the Diocesan Campaign for Immigration Reform, and provide all other duties as required.
www.dsj.org

Pastoral Ministry
Dolores Mission (Parish) * 2 Year commitment* • Los Angeles • Youth Outreach Coordinator
Dolores Mission Parish is located in the Boyle Heights section of East Los Angeles. Ninety-nine percent
of children are ethnic minorities, most of whom are first-generation immigrants coming from Mexico or
Central America. Family life is marred by poverty, alcohol, absentee fathers, physical abuse and the lure
of gangs, of which there are four located within a square mile of the parish. Recruitment of youth into
gangs and gang violence plague the community. The Youth Outreach Coordinator must be self-driven,
creative, positive, energetic and authentic. The JV's interest in working with teenagers should be sincere
and the ability to empathize with the emotional ebbs and flows of adolescence is crucial. This position
will include, educational support, leadership development, detention ministriy, spiritual formation,
Sacramental preparation, pastoral care, lifeskills, and emloyment developement.             www.dolores-
mission.org
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Education
Dolores Mission (School) • Los Angeles • PE Teacher [K-8]
Dolores Mission School is a Catholic K-8 elementary school in the Boyle Heights section of East Los
Angeles. Ninety-nine percent of children are ethnic minorities, most of whom are first-generation
immigrants coming from Mexico or Central America. Many of the students are exposed to risk factors
because once they leave the confines of the school they are exposed to the harsh realities of the Pico-Aliso
neighborhood. Family life is marred by poverty, alcohol, absentee fathers, physical abuse and the lure of
gangs. The Physical Education Instructor will teach one hour physical education classes to grades K-8.
Lesson plans are to be prepared and should demonstrate exercise, skills and games. Maintaining records
of student progress is expected as is giving grades throughout the school year for report cards and/or
progress reports. Yard supervision at recess and lunch is also a requirement as is coaching in sports after
school. www.dolores-mission.org

Legal Services
East Bay Community Law Center • Berkeley • Homeless Outreach Coordinator
EBCLC provides legal services to low-income clients in the areas of housing, welfare, HIV & health,
homelessness and economic development. They also provide hands-on clinical education to law students
making these future lawyers aware of the issues facing indigent communities and the skills to assist them.
Coordinate and conduct outreach to homeless clients and community organizations through EBCLC’s
legal drop-in center, listen to clients and do legal intake. The JV will also do outreach and know-your-
rights education to homeless people. The JV will keep clients and attorneys connected during the course
of homeless client’s court cases. www.ebclc.org

Legal Services
Eviction Defense • San Francisco • Eviction Prevention Volunteer
The Eviction Defense Collaborative provides legal assistance during the eviction process and rental
assistance to low-income tenants in San Francisco who are in danger of becoming homeless. The JV
outreach coordinator will work closely with homeless clients, grassroots groups, and attorneys to assist
individuals in navigating the court process and to improve access to homeless services. This will include,
preparing for court cases, recruiting and training volunteers, filing requests, attending legal clinics, and
assisting with cilent case follow-up. www.evictiondefense.org

Shelters and Transitional Housing
Family Promise • Sacramento • Family Support Coordinator
Family Promise Sacramento is a nonprofit program for homeless families. It is an affiliate of a larger
national program. The program is designed to assist families in becoming self-sufficient and regain a
home. Shelter for the families is provided at churches or places of worship through an interfaith network
of 16 churches and the generosity of hundreds of volunteers. The JV will maintain personal contact and
relationships with the families as they coordinate routine and scheduled activities of parents and children,
assist the case manager, work closely with daily volunteers, provide childcare and homework assistance
and assist in the operation of the after-care program for families who successfully complete the Family
Promise of Sacramento program. www.sacfamilypromise.org

Addiction Recovery
Friendship House Association of American Indians • San Francisco • Case Manager
Friendship House provides residential substance abuse treatment for American Indians. Since its founding
in 1963, Friendship House has maintained a strong track record of providing holistic prevention,
treatment, and recovery services that are culturally-relevant to American Indians. The JV will serve as
coordinator of case management for the continuity of care for each client by guiding them from the intake
phase, through residential treatment and into phase II of treatment or program completion.
www.friendshiphousesf.org
Youth Development
Homeboy Industries • Los Angeles • Case Manager
Homeboy Industries motto is "Jobs Not Jails." The organization offers former gang members the
opportunity to better their lives through meaningful employment and job-skills education. The JV will
assess the needs of clients, have monthly meeting with clients to discuss life, school and work-related
goals, provide documentation/identification assistance and legal assistance, collaborate with peace
officers, help in educational enrollment, assist with health services, housing and financial planning. Refer
clients to rehab and detox services. www.homeboy-industries.org

Youth Development
Homeboy Industries • Los Angeles • Case Manager
Homeboy Industries motto is "Jobs Not Jails." The organization offers former gang members the
opportunity to better their lives through meaningful employment and job-skills education. The JV will
assess the needs of clients, have monthly meeting with clients to discuss life, school and work-related
goals, provide documentation/identification assistance and legal assistance, collaborate with peace
officers, help in educational enrollment, assist with health services, housing and financial planning. Refer
clients to rehab and detox services. www.homeboy-industries.org

Community Organizing
Ignatian Solidarity Network • San Francisco • Field Organizer
ISN networks and facilitates education and advocacy around critical social justice issues. Their primarily
work is with Jesuit institutions including universities, high schools, parishes and retreat centers; while
emphasizing an ecumenical approach to their ministry and work on social justice issues. They are most
well know for their Teach-in at the School of the Americas in Columbus, Georgia each November and
their Spring Teach-in addressing a variety of justice issues. The Field Organizer will strengthen ISN's
communication and collaboration with other Jesuit-affiliated organizations. This position will aid the
Program Coordinator to plan the Ignatian Family Teach-In, Spring Teach-in, the Regional Justice
Leadership Conference, and will act as a liaison between ISN and JVC. www.ignatiansolidarity.net

Refugee and Immigration Services • Secondary Placement Category: Legal Services
La Raza Centro Legal • San Francisco • Day Labor Program Worker's Rights Asst.
La Raza provides a variety of legal services in the Mission district of San Francisco. These include
immigration/naturalization, day laborer advocacy and worker's rights issues. The JV will attend and
coordinate Worker's Rights clinic, managing client cases, prepare and file wage claims, represent clients
at hearings and meetings, provide assistance to attorneys whenever necessary, do weekly street outreach
to inform SF workers about labor rights and outreach at festivals, fairs and events regarding SF wage
laws, and provide any necessary clerical assistance. www.lrcl.org
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Legal Services
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights • San Francisco • Clinical Paralegal
LCCR is affiliated with the National Committee for Civil Rights. They provide legal assistance for the
greater advancement of civil rights. LCCR partners with hundreds of pro bono attorneys in the San
Francisco Bay Area to provide legal services to low-income and homeless clients. The JV will aid in the
weekly legal services clinic which provides expertise on a variety of different topics. The JV's primary
responsibility is to provide pro bono legal assistance for clients through this clinic. This requires regular
client communication and acting as a liaison with pro bono attorneys throughout the city. Pre-screening
and intake of clients is a vital part of this work. www.lccr.com
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Legal Services
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights • San Francisco • Homeless Rights
LCCR is affiliated with the National Committee for Civil Rights. They provide legal assistance for the
greater advancement of civil rights. LCCR partners with hundreds of pro bono attorneys in the San
Francisco Bay Area to provide legal services to low-income and homeless clients. This JV assists with all
aspects of their homeless client's cases from intake to post-client follow-up. The JV will determine if a
specific client's needs will fit within the parameters for LCCR's weekly legal clinic and will then be
responsible for explaining the process to the clients. This work requires outreach to local shelters, soup
kitchens and other non-profits to find and assist clients. www.lccr.com

Social Services and Community Centers
Loaves & Fishes: Friendship Park • Sacramento • Staff Associate
Loaves & Fishes is a comprehensive service provider for people who are homeless. Their values promote
providing services without passing judgment, and in a spirit of love and hospitality. They provide meals,
shelter, case management, drop-in center and other survival services in a welcoming, safe, and clean
environment for homeless men, women and children. Friendship Park is a day shelter for the homeless.
The JV tasks will include monitoring services, providing information and referral, keeping the park clean
and providing back up for other programs and most importantly intentional loitering; informally listening
and developing relationship with the park’s guests. www.sacloaves.org

Social Services and Community Centers
Loaves & Fishes: Friendship Park • Sacramento • Assistant Director, Service Center
Loaves & Fishes is a comprehensive service provider for people who are homeless. Their values promote
providing services without passing judgment, and in a spirit of love and hospitality. They provide meals,
shelter, case management, drop-in center and other survival services in a welcoming, safe, and clean
environment for homeless men, women and children. Friendship Park is a day shelter for the homeless.
The JV tasks will include monitoring services, providing information and referral, keeping the park clean
and providing back up for other programs and most importantly intentional loitering; informally listening
and developing relationship with the park’s guests. www.sacloaves.org

Education
Loaves & Fishes: Mustard Seed School • Sacramento • Recreation Program Director
Loaves & Fishes is a comprehensive service provider for people who are homeless. Their values promote
providing services without passing judgment, and in a spirit of love and hospitality. Mustard Seed is a
school for homeless children and their families receiving services from Loaves and Fishes. Mustard Seed
is a school for homeless children. The JV would teach two P.E. programs, grades K-3 and 4-8, supervise
free time, plan special events, teach the afternoon kindergarten program, assist w/ the breakfast program
and facilitate the summer program www.sacloaves.org

Social Services and Community Centers
Loaves & Fishes: Mustard Seed School • Sacramento • Outreach Assistant
Loaves & Fishes is a comprehensive service provider for people who are homeless. Their values promote
providing services without passing judgment, and in a spirit of love and hospitality. Mustard Seed is a
school for homeless children and their families receiving services from Loaves and Fishes. Mustard Seed
is a school for homeless children. The outreach position finds homeless children living in the camps or
motels and brings them to Mustard Seed, works with the families as case manager, and interfaces with the
local schools and other agencies. They will also facilitate the summer program. www.sacloaves.org

Legal Services
Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice • Los Angeles • Family Law Paralegal
LACLJ provides free comprehensive legal services to low-income residents of Los Angeles. The
program specializes in the area of domestic violence, family law and immigration issues. The JV will
conduct interviews, prepare legal documents and memoranda and conduct outreach. The JV will also
provide support to LACLJ's Housing Rights Clinic twice a week. www.laclj.org
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Elder Care • Secondary Placement Category: Youth Development
MAAC Project • Chula Vista • Intergenerational Team Leader
The MAAC Project is a multi-purpose social service agency serving various communities throughout San
Diego County. The mission of MAAC Project is to promote self-sufficiency for low and moderate-
income families and communities through advocacy for, and delivery of social, educational, housing and
employment services. The Intergenerational Team Lead will assist diligently and professionally in the
undertaking of the program goals. The following are general areas of responsibility: coordinating all
phases of the intergenerational programs; assist senior populations with computer training and literacy;
assist senior population with financial literacy (such as budgeting); create an intergenerational link
between senior populations and the younger generation through literacy, technology, art and afterschool
programs; collaborate with teachers inside classrooms to link seniors to help students on a one-on-one
basis; etc. www.maacproject.org

Education • Secondary Placement Category: Youth Development
MAAC Project • Chula Vista • Independent Studies Teacher
The MAAC Project is a multi-purpose social service agency serving various communities throughout San
Diego County. The mission of MAAC Project is to promote self-sufficiency for low and moderate-
income families and communities through advocacy for, and delivery of social, educational, housing and
employment services. The Independent Studies Teacher oversees students studying independently in all
core areas of study. The IS Teacher is responsible for participating and developing course curriculum,
developing lesson plans and instructional aids, providing instruction to students, maintaining a safe and
orderly classroom environment, assessing and evaluating student accomplishments, maintaining required
student records and files and communicating with faculty, students, and parents regarding student
progress. www.maacproject.org

Mental Health • Secondary Placement Category: Legal Services
Mental Health Advocacy Project • San Jose • Patients' Rights Advocate
MHAP provides legal, economic, and housing assistance to people suffering from mental disabilities in
the Silicon Valley, including those currently incarcerated. The Patient's Rights Advocate receives,
investigates and resolves complaints from those concerned about potential abuse, neglect or withholding
of rights within the mental health system of Santa Clara County. This advocate also monitors facilities
and programs with regard to compliance with statuary and regulatory provisions. He or she will also
represent clients confined to locked psychiatric facilities. www.lawfoundation.org

Mental Health • Secondary Placement Category: Legal Services
Mental Health Advocacy Project • San Jose • Economic Rights Advocate
MHAP provides legal, economic, and housing assistance to people suffering from mental disabilities in
the Silicon Valley, including those currently incarcerated. The Economic Rights Advocate provides legal
assistance and representation regarding problems with public benefits (disability, SSI, and Medi-Cal).
Assistance is required to help clients obtain benefits or prevent the loss of benefits from which he/she is
entitled. www.lawfoundation.org

Adolescent Services
My Friend's Place • Los Angeles • Direct Service Counselor Intern
My Friend's Place provides emergency services of food, clothes, showers, etc. to emancipated minors,
youth fleeing abusive homes, or youth raised on the street. The JV will spend the majority of time in the
day room assisting with client check-in, rapport-building and encouraging participation in daily activities,
rule enforcement, crisis, intervention. Emergency resources (food, shower, etc.) will also be provided.
The JV also participates in weekly case meetings and records/database keeping.
www.myfriendsplace.org
Adolescent Services
My Friend's Place • Los Angeles • Special Projects Intern
My Friend's Place provides emergency services of food, clothes, showers, etc. to emancipated minors,
youth fleeing abusive homes, or youth raised on the street. This Intern also assists in day room
functioning (see above). He/she also assists in educational, employment and creative programming
through field trips, planning and running of on-site programming and events for youth. Record and
database keeping is also necessary. www.myfriendsplace.org

Health Care
Native American Health Center • Oakland • Assistant to the Director
The Native American Health Center brings state of the art medical and dental resource, a low-income and
affordable family housing facility, as well as an outdoor ceremonial courtyard to the East Bay. Their
philosophy focuses on strengthening community throw achieving great things working together for the
benefit of our future generations. This job will require both direct services to patients and indirect service
through improvement of basic patient care procedures. It will include working with patients and medical
practitioners at the clinic as well as phone calls, home visits and other contacts in the Indian community.
www.nativehealth.org

Health Care
Native American Health Center • Oakland • Registered Nurse
The Native American Health Center brings state of the art medical and dental resource, a low-income and
affordable family housing facility, as well as an outdoor ceremonial courtyard to the East Bay. Their
philosophy focuses on strengthening community throw achieving great things working together for the
benefit of our future generations. The RN will be a part of the medical team that provides daily clinic
patient management. The R.N,. will assist with patient flow, supervise medical assistants, and educate
ancillary staff. www.nativehealth.org

Community Organizing
POWER • Santa Monica • Organizing Support Staff
POWER (People organized for west side renewal) organizes in low-income West L.A. with community
leaders who want to fight for social and economic justice (preserving affordable housing, education
reform, better transportation and community health). POWER works with people to improve their
communities on their own terms. The JV will be not only encouraged but required to intentionally build
relationships with 50-100 POWER community leaders. This will be accomplished through 1-on-1 and
small group meetings, the purpose of which is to learn intimately the needs and desires of the community
members, and evaluate how the organization can best accomplish the community leaders' goals.
www.power-la.org

Children's Services
Proyecto Pastoral • Los Angeles • Youth Resource Coordinator
Proyecto Pastoral works in the economically disenfranchised community of Boyle Heights of East Los
Angeles, to empower the community personally and socially by developing grassroots projects in
education, leadership, and service. The organization was founded in 1986 by Father Greg Boyle and by
community residents in response to pervasive gang violence, low educational attainment of children and
youth, and limited economic and civic engagement opportunities for community members. The JV will
serve as a positive adult role model and advocate in connecting volunteer adults to youth who participate
in the after school program.The JVr will work closely with other staff members to deliver academic
enrichment services to youth and enrich the opportunities available for youth. He/She will interact
directly with youth, families, volunteers, schools and other community based organizations.
www.proyectopastoral.org
Education • Secondary Placement Category: Children's Services
Sacred Heart Nativity School • San Jose • JV Intern
Sacred Heart Nativity School is a member of the larger network of Nativity Schools. These private
Catholic schools educate youth with risk factors from low-income neighborhoods and offers them a
quality 6th-8th grade education for little to no cost. SHNS prepares their students for future education at
competitive Catholic high schools and puts them on course toward college. The JV Intern will tutor or
team-teach classes each day (math, literature, social studies, music, art, writing, etc.) for about two hours
a day. Under the direction of the Principal, the JV will also assist in planning and implementation of
various enrichment activities including study-hall, off-campus field trips and after-school programs. The
JV also serves a critical role in the summer leadership training camp. www.shnativity.org

Education • Secondary Placement Category: Children's Services
Sacred Heart Nativity School • San Jose • JV Intern
Sacred Heart Nativity School is a member of the larger network of Nativity Schools. These private
Catholic schools educate youth with risk factors from low-income neighborhoods and offers them a
quality 6th-8th grade education for little to no cost. SHNS prepares their students for future education at
competitive Catholic high schools and puts them on course toward college. The JV Intern will tutor or
team-teach classes each day (math, literature, social studies, music, art, writing, etc.) for about two hours
a day. Under the direction of the Principal, the JV will also assist in planning and implementation of
various enrichment activities including study-hall, off-campus field trips, and after-school programs. The
JV also serves a critical role in the summer leadership training camp. www.shnativity.org

Adolescent Services
San Diego Youth and Community Services • San Diego • ILS Milieu Worker (The Storefront)
San Diego Youth & Community Services mission is to help at-risk youth become self-sufficient and reach
their highest potential by investing in them, strengthening their families, and building their communities.
The approach to service includes solicitation and encouragement for clients to take responsibility in
determining their life plans and outcomes, and as such, clients are considered "service-partners." The
Storefront emergency shelter serves homeless youth and is the only 24-hour walk-in facility in San Diego
County. The JV will work at the Day Program/Drop-In Center of The Storefront. He/she will need to be
able to assess the needs and skills of the homeless youth and provide appropriate placement or referral
services. Also provide basic ILS (independent living skills) training to youth through group classes and
one-on-one. The volunteer will also supervise milieu activities and reinforce the program structure.
www.sdycs.org

Adolescent Services • Secondary Placement Category: Shelters and Transitional Housing
San Diego Youth and Community Services • San Diego • Case Manager (The Bridge)
San Diego Youth & Community Services mission is to help at-risk youth become self-sufficient and reach
their highest potential by investing in them, strengthening their families, and building their communities.
The approach to service includes solicitation and encouragement for clients to take responsibility in
determining their life plans and outcomes, and as such, clients are considered "service-partners." The
residents of The Bridge are adolescents age twelve to eighteen who are referred by the Department of
Juvenile Probation and Health and Human Services. The youth have life histories involving abuse,
abandonment, delinquency, substance abuse and / or other trauma that have resulted in dependency court
petitions. The JV will be responsible for coordinating comprehensive case management services with
internal and external service providers for youth, and assisting with direct care and supervision of youth
during intake and placement at the Bridge. www.sdycs.org
Employment Services and Economic Development
San Francisco Network Ministries • San Francisco • Assistant Director
SFNM provides the people in the Tenderloin, the poorest neighborhood in San Francisco with
comprehensive services like computer training, affordable housing, children's programs, a safe house for
prostituted women, political advocacy, and pastoral counseling. The JV will teach one or two basic
computer courses a month at the Computer Training Center (CTC) as well as schedule all CTC events and
classes. Order computer lab supplies and ensure that computers are functioning properly. Work with
SFNM's kids program to help with homework, field trips and other activities. Fundraise as part of staff
team and offer hospitality at those coming into the administrative offices. Participate in parties, meetings
and events at SFNM's Family Apartment buildings. www.sfnetworkministries.org

Adolescent Services • Secondary Placement Category: Shelters and Transitional Housing
South Bay Community Services • San Diego (Chula Vista) • Casa Nuestra Facility Manager
South Bay Community Services is a community-based agency organized around four principal focus
areas: Community Development, Youth Services, Health and Developmental Services and Family
Wellness and Self-Sufficiency. The JV will Supervise resident building, security checks and resident
chore completion. Co-facilitate groups and individual behaviors and intervene appropriately. Perform
intake   assessments.          Liaison    with     social   worker      and    probation     officers.
www.southbaycommunityservices.org

Women's Programs and Domestic Abuse
South Bay Community Services • San Diego (Chula Vista) • Family Development Assosciate (DV
Shelter)
South Bay Community Services is a community-based agency organized around four, principal focus
areas: Community Development, Youth Services, Health and Developmental Services and Family
Wellness and Self-Sufficiency. The role of the Family Development Associate at the DV Shelter is to
assist families in obtaining self-sufficiency and transition to permanent, affordable housing by providing
intensive case management services to the families residing in short-term (0-4 months) and transitional
(up to 18 months) housing. www.southbaycommunityservices.org
Spanish-Very Helpful

Children's Services
South Central LAMP • Los Angeles • Assistant Preschool Teacher/Dev. Assist.
Founded after the LA riots during the early 90's, LAMP serves the Latino community of South Central
Los Angeles. Their services include parenting classes, early childhood education, literacy programs and
family advocacy. Establishes and maintains a positive and supportive environment for both children and
parents, involves children in activities led by the lead teacher, assists children in developing essential
social and developmental skills. Develops Reading is Fundamental (RIF) workshops for parents. This
position also assists in funding development for LAMP through donor cultivation, website updating,
grant-writing and communication with donors. www.southcentrallamp.org
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Education
St. Anne Catholic School • Sacramento • 3rd/4th Grade Teacher
St Anne’s is a small Catholic school serving a low income, ethnically diverse community. It has a strong
sense of community within the staff as well as with all of the students and families they serve. The JV
would be the regular full time teacher for a split classroom grades 3 and 4 together and includes all the
responsibilities associated with full time teaching. www.saintanne.us
Education
St. HOPE Academy • Sacramento • Teaching Assistant--Elementary
St. HOPE is a charter school. Their vision is to create one of the finest urban K-12 public school systems
in America and to graduate self-motivated, industrious, and critically thinking leaders who are passionate
about life-long learning and committed to serving others. The JV will serve as a teaching assistant in
grades K-5 at PS7 elementary school. Coordinate a daily 1:1 after school tutoring program. Assist with
the supervision of lunchtime activities and field lessons. Uphold the mission and values established by St.
HOPE. www.sthopepublicschools.org

Shelters and Transitional Housing
St. John's Shetler for Women and Children • Sacramento • Adult Case Manager
St. John’s mission is to support homeless women with children to advance from a point of crisis to a
position of self-sufficiency. Since 1985, the program has provided a safe and supportive haven to more
than 23,000 displaced women and children. The JV would be a member of the case management team
responsible for assessment, individual counseling, group facilitation, and community resource
development. www.stjohnsshelter.org

Shelter and Transitional Housing • Secondary Placement Category: Emergency Services
St. Joseph Center • Venice • Case Manager; Homeless Service Center
St. Joseph Center is a multi-program social service agency serving the Venice/Santa Monica and West
Los Angeles neighborhoods on the Westside of Los Angeles County. For more than 30 years, St. Joseph
Center has been “planting hope and growing lives” by helping low income families, the homeless as well
as those impacted by mental illness and other disabilities to meet their immediate needs and move
forward to self-sufficiency. Founded by two Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as a Venice storefront,
they served more than 6000 individuals last year in programs ranging from Childcare to Senior Services.
The JV will provide case management to homeless men, women and families that will link them with
emergency and long-term housing, medical, mental health and substance abuse treatment and assist them
in developing and implementing goals leading to a healthier and more stable life. www.stjosephctr.org

Economic Development
St. Joseph Center • Venice • Case Mangaer; Family Center
St. Joseph Center is a multi-program social service agency serving the Venice/Santa Monica and West
Los Angeles neighborhoods on the Westside of Los Angeles County. For more than 30 years, St. Joseph
Center has been “planting hope and growing lives” by helping low income families, the homeless as well
as those impacted by mental illness and other disabilities to meet their immediate needs and move
forward to self-sufficiency. Founded by two Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as a Venice storefront,
they served more than 6000 individuals last year in programs ranging from Childcare to Senior Services.
The JV will provide case management that links low-income families with stable housing, jobs, medical
care, child care and other needed social and economic resources. Take a leadership role in youth
mentoring program that encourages adolescents from low-income families to widen their horizons
through group activities. www.stjosephctr.org
Spanish-P

Food and Hunger
St. Joseph Center • Venice • Program Assistant; B&R/CTP
St. Joseph Center is a multi-program social service agency serving the Venice/Santa Monica and West
Los Angeles neighborhoods on the Westside of Los Angeles County. For more than 30 years, St. Joseph
Center has been “planting hope and growing lives” by helping low income families, the homeless as well
as those impacted by mental illness and other disabilities to meet their immediate needs and move
forward to self-sufficiency. Founded by two Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as a Venice storefront, we
served more than 6000 individuals last year in programs ranging from Childcare to Senior Services.
Assist with the “front of the house” tasks at our sit down meals program for the homeless by greeting
guests and helping volunteers. Pick up donated produce and baked goods from community donors. In the
afternoon, provide support to students in our Culinary Training Program by teaching life skills and
assisting with resume preparation. www.stjosephctr.org
Employment Services and Economic Development • Secondary Placement Category: Emergency Services
St. Joseph the Worker • Phoenix, AZ • Client Facilitator
St. Joseph the Worker is committed to assisting homeless, low-income and other disadvantaged
individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through permanent, full time employment. The JV
Interacts with potential clients daily, both at the front desk and in one-on-one interviews. Interaction with
the general public and with the clients of the Human Services Campus. Evaluates the readiness of
potential clients for services. Interacts with existing clients and relates their needs to Job Developers.
Provides job development and offsite program support as necessary. www.sjwjobs.org

Elder Care
St. Mary's Center • Oakland • Senior Homeless Case Manger
St Mary’s provides services for low-income seniors, families and preschoolers in Downtown and West
Oakland. They have a preschool as well as a focus on the needs of low income seniors. They attend to
daily needs as well as advocacy for policy changes at all levels. As Case Manager the JV would provide
services that effectively meet the needs of the senior’s physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.
They would also be pre-school teacher’s aide one day a week. www.stmaryscenter.org

Elder Care • Secondary Placement Category: Community Organizing
St. Mary's Center • Oakland • Senior Advocate Organizer
St Mary’s provides services for low-income seniors, families and preschoolers in Downtown and West
Oakland. They have a preschool as well as a focus on the needs of low income seniors. They attend to
daily needs as well as advocacy for policy changes at all levels. The Senior Advocate Organizer/Drop-in
Center coordinator will assist the Advocate Organizer to mobilize the senior community to address and
respond to critical issues that impact their lives and the community at large. They would also be pre-
school teacher’s aide or help in the kitchen when needed. www.stmaryscenter.org

Education
St. Matthew's School • Phoenix, AZ • Kindergarten/Libaray Aide
St. Matthew School is a small, inner city, Catholic, K-8 elementary school that serves the children of the
Phoenix downtown area. The student body is about 98% Hispanic (Mexican) origin, with about half of
the families being monolingual (Spanish). All of the students qualify for the Federal Government reduced
or free lunch program. 98% live at or below the poverty level. 100% of families qualify and receive
some form of financial aid. . In collaboration with the lead instructor, the TA will accept responsibility
for teaching two or more academic subjects, will receive training in lesson planning and will be expected
to keep a grade book for all subjects taught. The TA will take part in non-teaching tasks such as lunch
room supervision and playground duty. He/she will substitute in all other classrooms as needed and will
participate in all school functions as a member of the faculty.

Education
St. Matthew's School • Phoenix, AZ • 2nd Grade Teacher
St. Matthew School is a small, inner city, Catholic, K-8 elementary school that serves the children of the
Phoenix downtown area. The student body is about 98% Hispanic (Mexican) origin, with about half of
the families being monolingual (Spanish). All of the students qualify for the Federal Government reduced
or free lunch program. 98% live at or below the poverty level. 100% of families qualify and receive
some form of financial aid. . The teacher is a person of faith who strives to achieve the goals of Catholic
education; assumes responsibility for the leadership and management of the grades or classes assigned;
develops and implements an instructional program according to the needs of the students and the
established Diocesan Curriculum Standards; maintains detailed and accurate records as required by the
school; establishes positive school-community relationships; continues professional development to
remain current with religious and academic certifications; performs any other job-related tasks deemed
necessary and/or assigned by the principal.
Education
St. Michael's Indian School • St. Michael's, AZ • K-12 Art Teacher, 4th Grade Teacher, 6th Grade
Teacher, High School Counselor (9-12), High School Social Studies Teacher (11-12), High School
Government/English Teacher (9-10), High School Spanish Teacher (9-12)
Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona, St. Michael's Indian School provides
quality Catholic education to students in kindergarten through high school. Graduates are college-bound!
Students are drawn from a 40-mile radius of the school. Ninety-nine percent of the students are members
of the Navajo Tribe or other Indian tribes. In the elementary, 64% of the students qualify for free or
reduced lunch program, and approximately 50% of the high school students qualify. The goal of the
teacher is to help students learn subject knowledge and academic and social skills that will contribute to
their ability to function as contributing members of society, to develop an understanding of the Navajo
and American cultures, and to strive toward the ideals and qualities desired in persons engaged in the
ministry of Catholic education. Job duties include: teaching subject content and skills as assigned to meet
Arizona Standards; plan lessons that meet the needs and ability level of students; create a safe and orderly
environment conducive to learning; and model qualities and attitudes to foster the development of the
faith of the students. www.smis1902.org

Education
St. Michael's Indian School • St. Michael's, AZ • K-12 Art Teacher, 4th Grade Teacher, 6th Grade
Teacher, High School Counselor (9-12), High School Social Studies Teacher (11-12), High School
Government/English Teacher (9-10), High School Spanish Teacher (9-12)
Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona, St. Michael's Indian School provides
quality Catholic education to students in kindergarten through high school. Graduates are college-bound!
Students are drawn from a 40-mile radius of the school. Ninety-nine percent of the students are members
of the Navajo Tribe or other Indian tribes. In the elementary, 64% of the students qualify for free or
reduced lunch program, and approximately 50% of the high school students qualify. The goal of the
teacher is to help students learn subject knowledge and academic and social skills that will contribute to
their ability to function as contributing members of society, to develop an understanding of the Navajo
and American cultures, and to strive toward the ideals and qualities desired in persons engaged in the
ministry of Catholic education. Job duties include: teaching subject content and skills as assigned to meet
Arizona Standards; plan lessons that meet the needs and ability level of students; create a safe and orderly
environment conducive to learning; and model qualities and attitudes to foster the development of the
faith of the students. www.smis1902.org

Education
St. Michael's Indian School • St. Michael's, AZ • K-12 Art Teacher, 4th Grade Teacher, 6th Grade
Teacher, High School Counselor (9-12), High School Social Studies Teacher (11-12), High School
Government/English Teacher (9-10), High School Spanish Teacher (9-12)
Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona, St. Michael's Indian School provides
quality Catholic education to students in kindergarten through high school. Graduates are college-bound!
Students are drawn from a 40-mile radius of the school. Ninety-nine percent of the students are members
of the Navajo Tribe or other Indian tribes. In the elementary, 64% of the students qualify for free or
reduced lunch program, and approximately 50% of the high school students qualify. The goal of the
teacher is to help students learn subject knowledge and academic and social skills that will contribute to
their ability to function as contributing members of society, to develop an understanding of the Navajo
and American cultures, and to strive toward the ideals and qualities desired in persons engaged in the
ministry of Catholic education. Job duties include: teaching subject content and skills as assigned to meet
Arizona Standards; plan lessons that meet the needs and ability level of students; create a safe and orderly
environment conducive to learning; and model qualities and attitudes to foster the development of the
faith of the students. www.smis1902.org
Education
St. Michael's Indian School • St. Michael's, AZ • K-12 Art Teacher, 4th Grade Teacher, 6th Grade
Teacher, High School Counselor (9-12), High School Social Studies Teacher (11-12), High School
Government/English Teacher (9-10), High School Spanish Teacher (9-12)
Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona, St. Michael's Indian School provides
quality Catholic education to students in kindergarten through high school. Graduates are college-bound!
Students are drawn from a 40-mile radius of the school. Ninety-nine percent of the students are members
of the Navajo Tribe or other Indian tribes. In the elementary, 64% of the students qualify for free or
reduced lunch program, and approximately 50% of the high school students qualify. The goal of the
teacher is to help students learn subject knowledge and academic and social skills that will contribute to
their ability to function as contributing members of society, to develop an understanding of the Navajo
and American cultures, and to strive toward the ideals and qualities desired in persons engaged in the
ministry of Catholic education. Job duties include: teaching subject content and skills as assigned to meet
Arizona Standards; plan lessons that meet the needs and ability level of students; create a safe and orderly
environment conducive to learning; and model qualities and attitudes to foster the development of the
faith of the students. www.smis1902.org

Education
St. Patrick School • Sacramento • Classroom Remediation Teacher
St Patrick’s is a Catholic K-8 school. The community is culturally and economically diverse. It seeks to
be an environment that cultivates a spirit of generosity, kindness, and understanding of others while
instilling in each child a clear sense of social justice and respect for all. The JV will work with each grade
and collaborate with the teachers how best to help implement a program for specific students who need
extra attention. This can range from being a teachers aide to pulling small groups out of the classroom for
more one-on-one help. They will also be in touch with the parents or guardians of the students.
www.saintpatricks.net

Education
St. Patrick School • Sacramento • Kindergaten Teacher
St Patrick’s is a Catholic K-8 school. The community is culturally and economically diverse. It seeks to
be an environment that cultivates a spirit of generosity, kindness, and understanding of others while
instilling in each child a clear sense of social justice and respect for all. The JV will be the full time
kindergarten teach with full responsibility for their classroom www.saintpatricks.net

Legal Services
St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County • Oakland • Homeless Court Coordinator
In 2008 SVdP served more than 100,000 needy people throughout the county. SVdP’s Special Works
division provides free daily hot meals, groceries for food pantries around the county, drop-in resource
centers for homeless and very low-income people, health clinic, computer lab, educational classes,
culinary academy and job training, and homeless court. The JV acts as a liaison between St. Vincent’s and
the Alameda County Superior Court. He or she will help with initial filings and pleadings as well as
holding orientations as to the court process. www.svdp-alameda.org

Education • Secondary Placement Category: Children's Services
Super Stars Literacy, Inc. • Oakland • Group Leader
Super Stars Literacy works with children from kindergarten through second grades who exhibit
significant delays in reading acquisition or reading skills development and thus are at significant risk of
school failure. In addition to building literacy skills, our program seeks to build cognitive competency and
emotional resiliency. The JV will deliver a dynamic and structured after school literacy enrichment
program that seeks to enable K-2 students to achieve at grade level. A SSL Group Leader is professional,
creative, flexible, fun and able to communicate both with students and adults. Above all, this person has
the ability to spark curiosity, creativity and confidence in young boys and girls.
www.superstarsliteracy.org
Adolescent Services • Secondary Placement Category: Additction Recovery
Thunder Road • Oakland • Recovery Counselor/Medical Services Assistant/Orientation Counselor
Thunder Road assists youth and their families with the challenges of recovering from the abuse of
alcohol, drugs and nicotine, and to support their growth as healthy, connected, and honorable members
within their neighborhoods and communities. The JV provides support for activities in the nursing,
admissions and outreach, therapeutic and administrative departments, related to client admissions,
orientation, data collection and other support designed to maintain or restore personal independence and
functioning, care and supervision consistent with requirements for learning and development.
www.thunderroadtreatment.org

Mental health • Secondary Placement Category: Addiction Recovery, Housing Development and Advocacy
Transitional Living and Community Support • Sacramento • Outreach Assistant
TLCS is a private, non-profit psychosocial rehabilitation agency located in Sacramento County, CA. We
provide housing, living skills training, community support, entitlement advocacy and outreach services
for people with psychiatric and other disabilities. The JV will be a member of the case management team
aiding clients towards transitional housing and eventually permanent independent living, advocacy and
assistance to participants having difficulty accessing other services such as vocational and educational
services and driving the clients to appointments. www.tlcssac.org

Children's Services
Urban Compass • Los Angeles • Program Coordinator
Urban Compass provides after-school and summer care to young students in Watts. Through tutoring,
enrichment activities, field trips and similar programs, the organization encourages the students to stay
focused on school and off of the streets. Tutoring and mentoring of K-5 students daily through the
program's after-school program. Help coordinate field trips, programming, volunteers from local high
schools/organizations. This includes monitoring service hours for Verbum Dei students assisting with
programming. www.urbancompass.org

Youth Development • Secondary Placement Category: Education
Verbum Dei High School • Los Angeles • Program Coordinator/Work Study Program
Verbum Dei, a Jesuit High School located in Watts, is affiliated with the larger network of Cristo Rey
schools. Through academic preparation and corporate internships, Verbum Dei develops a wider breadth
of future possibilities for the low-income minority students they work with. Assists with morning roll-call
to ensure that students are not tardy and are coordinated for their drives to work sites. Assisting with
student and site evaluations (grading semester assignments, writing incident reports, motivating
discouraged students, etc.). Scheduling and coordinating individual meetings to discuss job performance.
Also, this position will be primary contact with corporate partners and will visit work sites once a quarter.
www.verbumdei.us

Pastoral Ministry • Secondary Placement Category: Education
Verbum Dei High School • Los Angeles • Assistant to Chaplain for Christian Service
Verbum Dei, a Jesuit High School located in Watts, is affiliated with the larger network of Cristo Rey
schools. Through academic preparation and corporate internships, Verbum Dei develops a wider breadth
of future possibilities for the low-income minority students they work with. Fundamentally, this position
promotes Catholic, Jesuit, Cristo-Rey identity through assistance in the Christian Service program. The
JV will coordinate 6-7 volunteer opportunities per month through recruiting, finding of chaperones, and
frequent personal participation. Organizes students for public policy events and aids in implementation of
school-wide service opportunities (clothing drives, disaster relief projects, etc.) Attends and helps plan an
alternative spring-break trip to Tijuana, Mexico. www.verbumdei.us
Women's Programs and Domestic Abuse
Women's Empowerment • Sacramento • Job Skills Coach
Women’s Empowerment is a grassroots organization whose mission is to educate and empower women
who are homeless with the skills and confidence necessary to get a job, create a healthy lifestyle and
regain a home for themselves and their children. Women’s Empowerment is dedicated to ending
homelessness one woman at a time. The JV has the opportunity to work with the women through teaching
and small group facilitation, as well as one on one. The JV provides job skills coaching to the women
during each 8-week session as well as ongoing supportive services on an as needed basis to graduates.
www.womens-empowerment.org

Women's Programs and Domestic Abuse
YWCA - Santa Clara Valley • San Jose • Rape Crisis Advocate
The YWCA Rape Crisis Center provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, immediate crisis counseling and
accompaniment to medical and law enforcement facilities, They also provide many workshops and
educational opportunities to discuss the trauma associated with rape and sexual assault. The Rape Crisis
Advocate provides crisis intervention and referral services to hotline callers, accompanies victims to
hospital for medical exams, serves as advocating for reporting/working with legal system. Facilitates
educational workshops about assault prevention to a variety of community groups. www.ywca-sv.org

Women's Programs and Domestic Abuse
YWCA - Santa Clara Valley • San Jose • Rape Crisis Advocate
The YWCA Rape Crisis Center provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, immediate crisis counseling and
accompaniment to medical and law enforcement facilities, They also provide many workshops and
educational opportunities to discuss the trauma associated with rape and sexual assault. The Rape Crisis
Advocate provides crisis intervention and referral services to hotline callers, accompanies victims to
hospital for medical exams, serves as advocating for reporting/working with legal system. Facilitates
educational workshops about assault prevention to a variety of community groups. www.ywca-sv.org

								
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