Think It Up: The Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) is teaming up with DonorsChoose.org to get middle and high school students, in conjunction with their teachers, to create projects that combine their passions in life and their educational goals. These projects are to be designed to involve rigorous skill development that are aimed at helping today's youth become more College and Career Ready.
Be sure to watch the first nationwide telecast of "Think it Up" airing on Fox, CBS, NBC, and ABC at 8PM on Friday, September 11th as Tehachapi High School's robotics team teaches various skills to elementary students.
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Junior Giants Baseball Coaches and Camp Counselors Applicants must enjoy working with youth,
positive role modeling, and having fun!(Bilingual preferred but not required)
Pay rate: $10.32-$11.16 depending on experience
Hours: Vary according to position
For more information, call Skip Wallace at (707) 543-4359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Latino Leadership:This is an open application for any 10th/11th grade chicano/latino students who are involved in the community and want additional leadership experience.
Jewish Community Volunteers: The JCFC's volunteer application can be downloaded at www.jewishfreeclinic.org. You can also email us for more information at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you soon! Due to the volunteer nature of our organization, please no phone calls.
Stokes Educational Scholarship Program: Stokes Educational Scholarship Program
AmeriCorps-CalSERVESCalPREP volunteer working with 5th and 6th graders for future learning and college/career readiness. Flexible schedule working with one or two elementary students teaching them the necessary steps and insider knowledge to prepare them for their future. 12 hours total over 6 months. 1 hour every other week. For more information please contact Patricia Fazzino at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 1(631)514-5038
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