Volunteer opportunity posted by: HealthRIGHT 360, the best of Walden House and Haight Ashbury Free Clinics
Posted on: December 31, 2012
Abous Us: HealthRIGHT 360 has been providing medical and behavioral health services to San Francisco's neediest folks for over 40 years. Our department, The Resource Center, is located at 15th and Mission streets. We provide housing, employment and education services to clients who need some support as they try to change their lives. Our team is a group of hard-working do-gooders who take a partnership-approach to working with clients and always maintain a sense of humor.
We're committed to providing you with a high quality experience that will add some strong components to your resume. We'll be sure to train you in the beginning and offer lots of coaching and support along the way.
Description: Are you computer savvy? Do you have the interest and ability to help folks out on a individual basis in a computer lab? If so, please contact us! We have clients who are very motivated to learn how to use the computers, but may have some anxiety around it, and having someone to help them makes a world of difference! This is also a great opportunity for volunteers who would like to get some hand-on experience working with clients in a non-profit setting. We're looking for people to assist clients to learn basic computer skills and search for jobs and housing opportunities. Duties include working individually with clients to search the Internet, complete online applications, and submit cover letters and resumes via email.
Requirements: WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
Please send resume and answers to the questions below to Michelle Seidman, firstname.lastname@example.org
1. What days and times are you available to volunteer?
2. What's your phone number and when's the best time to call you?
3. Why are you interested in this position?
4. What are some of the qualities you possess that would help you do this volunteer job?
5. Tell us about any relevant experience you've had such as computer work, working with disadvantaged populations, etc…What is your interest in working with our population?