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Jobs for Youth: Scholarship, Internship, and Job Opportunities

JFY

Qualifications:

  • Youth ages 14-21
  • Live in San Mateo County
  • No income eligibility requirements

Jobs for Youth is designed to help youth develop their job search skills. Services that are offered to youth include job preparation workshops that teach youth about resume building and interview preparation, mock interviews with youth employment counselors, job referrals to hiring employers, and volunteer and paid internship opportunities. There is also a special scholarship fund that provides college and vocational scholarships.

For more information on how to apply, click here.

NEWS: San Mateo County Supervisoral District Lines Advisory Committee Meeting on 7/11/2013 in Millbrae

Did you know that San Mateo County voters approved changes to the County charter that would allow new supervisoral districts to be created?  Be informed about what the changes could potentially mean about who represents YOU on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors.

Read the San Mateo County News article HERE

Supervisoral District Flyer

Watch and listen as Mayor Ray Buenaventura (Facebook page) of Daly City addresses the audience at the 6/18/2013 meeting of the District Lines Advisory Committee at the War Memorial Community Center regarding the initially limited access of the general public about these redistricting committee meetings, and the concerns of residents about Daly City possibly being split apart in this redistricting process.  (5:33 into the video)

NCPP Staff member Athila Lambino also attended and spoke at the San Mateo County Supervisoral District Lines Advisory Committee Meeting at the War Memorial Community Center in Daly City on 6/18/2013.

Athila raising a question about possible underhanded tactics occurring with use of the online mapping tool.  (1:10:34)

Athila addresses a question from Hayden Lee of Millbrae about how a resident of South San Francisco might feel about the district lines and the strong community feedback from Daly City residents for not dividing Daly City.  (1:27:06)

See the complete video of the meeting here:


Please mark your calendars to attend the July 11th redistricting committee meeting at the Millbrae Community Center, 477 Lincoln Circle, Millbrae, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  Share your voice!

 

 

Join NCPP on the Summer 2013 Healthy Retailer Project!

★ Are you between the age of 15 to 21?
★ Do you have a smartphone or tablet device?
★ Would you like to help out the community and earn gift cards while doing it?

➤  If you answered YES to all three questions, check out the Healthy Retailer Project! 

 

Here’s how you can get involved:

1.  Click on the flyer below to be taken to the registration page to participate as a volunteer.

NCPP Healthy Retailer Survey Volunteers Needed

 

2.  Print and complete the volunteer packet below.  (If you’re 17 or under, please make sure to get your parent(s)/guardian(s) signature.)

Click to download:    HEALTHY RETAILER VOLUNTEER PACKET

 

3.  Once your registration has been confirmed by NCPP Staff (you will receive an email confirmation), just bring your completed packet to your scheduled training date.

That’s it!  Hope to see you soon!  Please share and spread the word about this awesome opportunity!

 

Thanks!

-NCPP Staff

Berkeley City College Students Volunteers for RBST

 

Volunteers

May 11, 2013 (SAT): NCPP was fortunate to have 5 students from the International Student Association at Berkeley City College come to Daly City, CA to do in-person outreach to owners, managers, and employees of alcohol establishments (bars, stores, restaurants). Their main task was to invite these alcohol merchants to attend our upcoming May 21, 2013 Responsible Beverage Server Training (RBST). The purpose of these trainings are to teach alcohol merchants the laws and policies related to selling alcohol to underage drinkers and intoxicated individuals.

One challenge NCPP staff members faced when talking to alcohol merchants in Daly City RBST was getting past the language barriers. Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Tagalog are very popular languages spoken in the area. With the help of our volunteers, who spoke these languages, they were able to get the alcohol merchants interested in attending the training.

Our partnership would like to say “thank you” to the student volunteers for taking their time out on a Saturday to help us out.

If you’re interested in volunteering for our partnership in the future, please e-mail us at ncppsanmateo@gmail.com. We are more than happy to find ways for you to get involved with this type of work.

 

AARS Volunteers

NCPP Getting Involved with Daly City

Attended the Daly City Partnership General Membership meeting on Friday, May 3, 2013

DCPartnership Meeting 05.03.13

Seton Medical Center Outreach 05.04.13Thanks to Seton Medical Center for hosting its “Caring for Our Community” event today! We had a great time tabling with Asian American Recovery Services and the North County Outreach Collaborative.