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NEWS FROM THE CCC

 

 



COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
The Bay Area Discovery Museum is looking for Volunteers

If students would like to be Public Programs Volunteers please reply to volunteer@badm.org indicating which shift they would prefer! They can also email volunteer@badm.org if they have any questions.

 

Volunteers needed for the Greek Festival: Friday through Sunday May 24, 25 & 26 from 11:00am to 10:00pm and Monday May 27 from 10:00am to 5:00pm for break down and clean-up of the festival grounds.  Fun dancing, music and Greek food. You will be asked to work a minimum of a 3 hour shift. More information in the CCC.

 

 The Mountain Play needs volunteers to work as ushers, ticket takers, hike guides and more on Sundays, from May 19th and 26th to June 2nd, 8th, 9th and 16th for their performances of GreaseVolunteer with friends and family! Apply at: www.MountainPlay.org/.


MORE COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
Marine Mammal Center Volunteers Needed
The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito is eager for 4-hour shift help in its Fish Kitchen, due to the large increase in marine mammals in urgent care. Flyer in the CCC, or email fish@tmmc.org. For on-going involvement, check out the Youth Volunteer Crew at:  http://www.marinemammalcenter.org/Get-Involved/volunteer/youth-crew/.

 

Summer Horsemanship Camp Interns Needed!

Halleck Creek Summer Horsemanship Camp Interns Needed!

Volunteers build leadership skills by helping disabled children feel the connection to horses during week-long summer camps for special riders and their siblings. Volunteers ages 14-18 are invited to apply for one, or more, of  the five-weeks of summer camp internships. Contact Brenda Falco, Program Director, Halleck Creek Ranch, P.O. Box 159, Nicasio, CA 94946, 415-662-2488v, 415-662-2421f.

 

Bay Area Discovery Museum Educator Jobs: motivated, outgoing, and creative individuals, who, through teaching and customer service skills, provide an exceptional visitor experience to all children and caregivers. Use creative thinking, exploration and play as part of the job. $15 an hour. Apply online: https://bayareadiscoverymuseum.org/career-opportunities. 

 

 

Work Permits and Jobs:

Students, who are at least 15: life guard training available, as well as for 16-year-olds, many local businesses, such as Macy's, Sol Food, Lego Playwell Activities Leaders and Kumon, needing a Reading Assistant, are hiring. You must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and clear any current Ds or Fs to be eligible to work during the school year. Come to the CCC to pick up the Work Permit Application, as well as to have Ms. Nichols issue your work permit. When school is not in session, ask Mrs. Tremolada at the front office.

 

Scholarships: Seniors, come check out scholarships on Naviance, and in the CCC. New: https://www.raise.me/scholarship


ACT/SAT/AP Study Guides, and more resources in the CCC--new room 21!

Paula Nichols

College and Career Advisor,

M-F 8-4:30

pnichols@srcs.org

 

 

Janet Abbott

HeadsUp College Counseling Consultant

TWTH: Lunch-4:00

jabbott@srcs.org

 

Araceli Nunez 

Bilingual MCOE Internship Liaison

M: 8-4:00

 anunez@marinschools.org

 

 

 

Internship Opportunities

 

Contact Ms. Nunez at anunez@marinschools.org for an appointment and/or pick up a packet of information in the CCC.

Marin County Office of Education | School to Career Partnership

 

Internship Interest form: submit to CCC

 

CLICK HERE for a complete list of internships