If you are interested
in applying for any of the opportunities
listed below, please contact Ron Stueckle
at email@example.com or
visit our Youth Center at 3918 Judah
Street in San Francisco. You can pick
up an application during your visit.
Please note, volunteers must have
strong interpersonal skills and patience.
Volunteers must be comfortable in
a lively learning environment working
with a diverse array of youth ages
13-21. And most importantly, volunteers
must like youth and be able to volunteer
on a regular basis.
We need a
recording engineer to spend time running
audio recording sessions with youth
in our on-site recording studio. Previous
engineering experience in a digital
studio is essential. Understanding of
sampling and looping would be a great
advantage. Our studio consists of the
Pro Tools HD 192 system with the Control
24 board. Knowledge of Akai MPC machines,
and sampling keyboards also a plus.
Individuals must be patient, encouraging
and able to work well with in-risk
youth. If interested, contact Ron Stueckle
Food Pantry Helper
Food Pantry provides free, nutritious,
supplemental groceries to low-income
families in the neighborhood. We need
volunteers who are willing to help with
our food pantry every Thursday from
2:00pm to 6:00 PM. This task would entail
sorting and bagging groceries for 50
families, clean-up and grocery distribution
from the Sunset Youth Services site.
If interested, please contact Maria
Dajani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunset Youth Services is seeking outgoing,
dedicated Homework Helpers to assist
middle school and high school students with homework
after school at our Drop-in Youth
Center. Homework may involve Internet
research and using Microsoft Office.
The Homework Assistance Program is
available Monday through Friday from
3:30-7:00. Provide academic tutorial
services to students as needed throughout
the school year (in individual as
well as small group sessions). Maintain
attendance records for the program.
- Education equivalent
to a high school diploma. College
- Experience working
with youth ages 11-18 is necessary.
- Experience working
with multi-cultural youth is desired.
- Bilingual students
and people of color are strongly
encouraged to apply.
Services is seeking computer lab assistance.
During the school year, youth use
the lab for homework and academic
projects after school from 3:30-7:00
PM. During the summer, youth use the
computer lab for free time when volunteers
are available. Schedule is flexible.
You must possess a working knowledge
of Windows XP and network and wireless
environments, and be familiar with
operating and troubleshooting printers.
include the following:
- Provide computer
maintenance, including file management,
trouble-shooting, and technical
support to youth participants.
- Provide administrative
support, including record-keeping
of participant and hours.
- Ensure computers
are used for academics and not for
Internet surfing or games.
- Enforce the "NO
FOOD, NO DRINKS" rule.
and Marketing Assistant
The primary responsibilities for this
position include soliciting in-kind
donations (in person, by phone, by
mail), managing a donation status
report, development and mailing of
various marketing materials and packages,
and distributing and posting advertisements
for upcoming events. This position
has occasional opportunities for creating
marketing materials, writing content
for website and quarterly newsletter,
assisting with the management of our
donor database system, occasional
event planning and general fundraising
administration. Schedule is very flexible
and working from home is possible
for most projects.
Candidate should have
excellent written and verbal communication
skills, be creative and detail-oriented
and able to work well with others.
The candidate must have excellent
computer skills including Microsoft
Word, Excel, and graphic or design
capabilities. Database systems a plus.