(This is pretty awesome!)
|Peninsula Family Service
Site Coordinator, Older Adult Services
Peninsula Family Service strengthens the community by providing children, families, and older adults the support and tools to realize their full potential and lead healthy, stable lives.
The Site Coordinator job duties will encompass both wellness activities and documentation/reporting tasks at the center. Daily activities for this position include: linking clients to center and community activities and services that promote positive health and well-being, providing administrative support for all Older American Act, foundation grants and City- sponsored programs at the center and compiling and monitoring data for reports, preparing reports, preparing monthly newsletter/calendar, marketing materials and general clerical duties. This position is full-time and reports to the Site Director.
|Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center
Community Engagement Specialist
The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center is a communication and dispute resolution nonprofit organization serving San Mateo County for over 30 years. We are a dynamic organization with a team of 25-30 highly skilled staff and over 150 dedicated volunteers. We partner with individuals, groups, and institutions to empower people, build relationships, and reduce violence through collaborative and innovative processes.
The Engagement Specialist will focus on supporting numerous projects within the organization that focus on community engagement, outreach, facilitation, and providing administrative support. This position will work closely with external partners including the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, San Mateo Police Department and representatives from local government. The Engagement Specialist will act as a bridge between PCRC and the numerous communities within the Peninsula that we serve. Reports directly to PCRC’s Manager of Engaging Communities.
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To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter in pdf format NO LATER THAN Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5:00 PM to: Human Resourcescareers@pcrcweb.org
Please include “Community Engagement Specialist” in the subject line of your email.
The Library and the Dorothy Stang Center have collaborated to bring A Reason to Remember, a traveling exhibit developed by the Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, to the Library from August 1st to September 29th. The exhibit presents victims and survivors of the Holocaust through the stories of five Jewish families living in Roth, Germany. In collaboration with Professor Miriam Zimmerman, the Library is hosting a panel discussion on September 15th from 2 pm to 4:30 pm.
I visited the exhibit this week and took the above photo. It is well worth visiting!
Welcome to fall classes!
Logistics first: Please check to make sure that you have your syllabus and your text book, have completed your first night assignment, and that you know where your classroom will be! Fall Term I classes begin this week starting tomorrow, August 28!
Welcome to everyone, those returning with just a few classes to graduation, those who are just getting started, and everyone in-between. We now have students in Human Services and Intensive Business in classes at four locations: in Belmont, at Canada College, at Mission College, and in Tracy. Last year was perhaps our largest graduating class ever, with 90 students graduating, almost evenly divided between Human Services and Intensive Business students. We are thrilled now to welcome so many new students and look forward to watching our communities on each campus grow as more and more learn about and are welcomed into our community. You are each on uniquely individualized journeys and we are committed to working together to support your academic and professional goals.
This term we welcome Dr. KeMiT Mawakana. Professor Mawakana clerked for the United States District Court of the District of Columbia prior to entering private practice where he represented Fortune 500 companies in complex civil litigation. He has founded, or served as general counsel, for multiple companies and organizations including for-profit and non-profit entities. In academia, he has taught at Georgetown University Law Center and the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. He is nationally acclaimed expert in the field of Contract Law, and has worked extensively with underserved communities and small businesses in organizing and transactional matters. He will be teaching our Legal Environment of Business class at the Canada campus.
We also welcome Dr. Kimberley Garth-James, who has been teaching in the graduate and day business programs, but who joins the evening program for the first time this fall. Dr. Garth-James has been a public servant for about 20 years, working as a consultant and in various roles on the California Governor’s Office Criminal Justice Planning and the State Senate (Appropriations, Ethics and Joint Committees on Penal Code and Prisons); the Department of Defense and US Embassy (Immigration Visa) in London, UK; as a consultant to the US Department of Justice (OJP) and Independent Observer of Prison Industries; a Victims’ Policy Advisor, US Sentencing Commission; and a Commissioner for the Human Rights/Fair Housing Commission in California. She is also an international speaker on public-private partnerships and eLearning, has worked with the United States on human rights policy, and is the author of three books and multiple articles. Dr. Garth-James will be teaching Managing Cultural Diversity at our Tracy campus.
Dr. Mawakana and Dr. Garth-James join a wonderful team of professors, many of whom have taught in Human Services and Intensive Business for many years (even decades!): Dr. Tish Davis-Wick, Dr. Patrick Arbore, Ralph Barsi, Nellis Freeman, Dr. David Hua, Barbara Kapan, Dr. Dyanne Ladine, Dr. Sandra Larragoiti and Dr. Luis Reynoso. Together, we are thrilled to welcome you to the fall semester and we look forward to learning from and with each other.
Education can be life changing; both an opportunity and a gift. At NDNU, we are part of a long legacy that supports accessibility to education through social justice and community engagement. You will see the values of awareness, understanding, freedom, wisdom, critical thinking, empathy, and inclusivity celebrated and embodied in each class and – even more importantly – will see classroom lessons applied for good in our neighborhoods, organizations, and broader world. In a time where many of these values feel threatened by the tragic events that populate both the news and our experiences, we remain committed to deepening our understanding, increasing our own consciousness, and supporting each of you in the achievement of your unique personal, academic, and professional goals.
Again, a warm welcome from everyone in the Professional Studies Program,
Dr. Therese Madden, Judy King, Dr. Tish Davis-Wick, and all of our faculty.
Welcome to your fall semester! Here are your fall classrooms for all four campuses. Make sure that you have your syllabus, textbook, and first night’s assignment done. We are looking forward to seeing you next week!
Monday: Senior Seminar MADDEN CU 1
Social Research Methods ARBORE CU11
Religions of the World LIPOWITZ CU23
Tuesday at Tracy: Management Principles, DAVIS-WICK, Tracy Transit Center
Tuesday at Canada:
Jungian Psychology, NYLAND, Blgd 5, Room 223
Legal Environment of Business, MAWAKANA, Bldg 5, Room 227
Modern France LAROCHE DAVIS, SM 208
Corporate Finance, HUA, CU 21
Managing Cultural Diversity, DAVIS WICK, CU 11
Wednesday at Mission:
Social Research Methods, ARBORE, MT 17B
Communication Skills, REYNOSO, MT 17A
Human Services, BARSI, CU 23
Operations and Info Tech Systems, FREEMAN, SM 115
Ways of the Earth, ASHLEY, CU 7
Contemporary Professional Writing, MADDEN, SM 117