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El Historial: Partners in Education/Computers for Families colabora para proporcionar computadoras y conexión a Internet de bajo costo a las familias con la misión de cerrar la brecha digital en nuestra comunidad. Posiciones remotas y en persona disponibles

Título profesional: Computadores para Familias Prácticas

Pago: Práctica No Pagado

Se Reporte A: El estudiante de Computadoras para Familias se reportará al Asociado del Programa de Computadoras para Familias.

Descripción general del trabajo:

Esta es una oportunidad increíble para retribuir a su comunidad. Muchas familias en el área de Santa Bárbara no tienen los medios para tener una computadora o acceso a Internet. El programa Computers for Families (CFF) de Partners in Education brinda acceso en el hogar a herramientas tecnológicas que respaldan el éxito académico.

Los candidatos apoyarán el programa Computadoras para familias de Partners in Education con un enfoque en la distribución, el registro, el apoyo general de la programación de Computadoras para familias y la investigación de la brecha digital. Los deberes incluyen interactuar con los destinatarios por teléfono, registrar familias a través del portal en línea, hacer un seguimiento de las llamadas con los solicitantes de CFF con respecto al servicio/establecer la instalación, ayudar con la configuración de la computadora, el apoyo de la oficina para CFF y las actividades basadas en la investigación en apoyo de CFF.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Understand program eligibility requirements, components of the program, and communicate these to families and collaborators
  • Support families in completing online application for a free device
  • Support in calling Internet Providers call center to help approved customers activate service and set up installation
  • Interact with event attendees and manage any lines that may form while people are waiting to complete the application process
  • Administrative support for CFF

Qualifications:

  • Over 18
  • College student
  • Bilingual Spanish strongly preferred
  • Strong communications skills preferred
  • Familiar with the components and functionality of a computer 
  • Detail oriented
  • Microsoft Office skills

To Apply: Email your cover letter and resume to partners@sbceo.org.

Pago: Unpaid

Se Reporte A: The Internship Program Assistant will report to the Internship Program Associate.   

Descripción general del trabajo:

This internship position develops building administrative skills by supporting the Internship Program in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support for a nonprofit organization. The Internship Program Assistant supports the Paid Student Internship Program, a program that provides paid, experiential learning opportunities to disadvantaged high school students. The selected students complete seven weeks of Job Readiness Training before they are matched for their internships with local businesses and nonprofits based on their career interests. The Internship Program Assistant plays a key role promoting the Paid Student Internship Program; recruiting students; providing adequate training and preparation to the students before entering the professional world; and collaborating with new and returning internship host sites.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Support the Job Readiness Training workshops by updating training materials; greeting students and volunteers upon arrival to training; collecting and processing employment paperwork; checking students’ weekly assessments; communicating on a regular basis with students to ensure they feel supported.
  • Help with business outreach to find internship sites for high school interns by conducting potential placements research; creating informational materials; and making exploratory phone calls.
  • Assist with student placements by scheduling job interviews; processing time cards; making regular phone calls and/or sending e-mails to support host supervisors; reporting any success story and/or host sites concerns.
  • Participate in student selection process by scheduling and conducting virtual interviews; welcoming and instructing volunteers; reviewing students’ applications; and following up with students.
  • Ensure that our program goals are met by collecting and reviewing post-internship and annual surveys.
  • Contribute to maintain data and confidential files up to date according to office protocol.
  • Help organize and coordinate special events.

Qualifications:

  • Passionate about helping youth
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Comfortable conducting phone call outreach to businesses and students
  • Detail oriented
  • Independent worker
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Interested in education, sociology, psychology and/or social studies desirable.

To Apply:

Email your resume and cover letter to partners@sbceo.org.

Pago: Práctica No Pagado

Se Reporte A: Dependent upon assigned program.

Descripción general del trabajo:

The Administrative Intern develops building-level administrative skills by supporting  members of the Partners in Education team in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support for a nonprofit organization.

The Administrative Intern is responsible for various administrative and communications functions within the office including office management, receptionist duties, and event coordinating support.

Responsibilities and Duties May Include:

  • Assist department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks
  • Community outreach
  • Working within a database to maintain and update records
  • Participate and network at our various events
  • Performs general clerical duties: photocopying, faxing, mail distribution and filing
  • Operate telephone system; forward calls as required.
  • Conducts research on events (potential vendors, cost savings etc.)
  • Communicates with program participants via email, telephone, and mail
  • Maintains inventory of general office supplies
  • Creates and modifies various documents using Microsoft Word/Excel
  • Office Organization

Qualifications:

  • High School or equivalent
  • Courteous, professional, and pleasant
  • Positive and energetic interpersonal skills
  • Ability and willingness to handle office support work
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • 10-15 hours a week preferred. Schedule is flexible.

To Apply:

Email your cover letter and resume to Erika Terrazas at partners@sbceo.org.

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