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ANNOUNCEMENT: Seeking LGBTQ & Ally Youth (14-24) Volunteers for LYRIC Dance

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Who: LGBTQ and Ally Youth (Ages 14-24)

WHEN: September 14th 2013 from 7:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.

WHERE: Women’s Building– 3543 18th St, San Francisco CA 94110 Facebook Information:facebook.com/sf.lyric

Shifts:

  • Set Up: 3-6 PM (help set up the dance)
  • Dance Supervision: 7-11 PM (ensuring safety within the dance)
  • Clean Up: 10PM-12AM (helping clean up the dance)

You can pick one, two, or all of the shifts.

Contact Anthony Ross, Outlet Program Director, if you are interested: anthony@projectoutlet.org/anthony@acs-teens.org

ANNOUNCEMENT: Peninsula Family Service Seeking Volunteers as Senior Peer Counselors

Training classes start September 30, 2013.

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Services for Seniors who speak English, Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog, and for LGBT Seniors.

For Details Please Contact:

Ofie Albrecht, Filipino Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 403-4300 Ext 4363

Victoria Valencia, Spanish Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 403-4300 Ext 4321

Judy Chin, Chinese Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 403-4300 Ext 4392

Cathy Koger, LGBT Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (650) 403-4300 Ext 4383

Services in English call Valerie Snook, LCSW, Program Manager . . . (650) 403-4300 Ext 4322

Berkeley City College Students Volunteers for RBST

 

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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.

 

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