Seattle Parks LGBTQ and Allies Teen/Youth Job Fair 2017: Saturday, April 1, 1:00 – 3:00 PM

LGBTQ and Allies Teen/Youth Job Fair 2017

WHEN: Saturday, April 1, 2017 – 1:00 pm @ 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

CONTACT:
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Event website

LGBTQ and Allies Teen/Youth Job Fair 2017

It’s the final countdown to the LGBTQ Teen/Youth Job Fair on Saturday April 1.

Over 24 employers and organizations with lots of jobs, stipend opportunities, and internships for youth ages 14 – 24, and performances by Ms. Ryannah Doll!

LGBTQ and Allies Teen/Youth Job Fair 2017

Saturday, April 1, 2017, from 1 – 3 p.m. FREE!

Miller Community Center, 330 19th Avenue E, Seattle.

Directly served by Metro 8, 12 & 43. Nearby service from Metro 10 & 48. Ample on-street parking.

http://www.facebook.com/seattle.parks.teens

http://www.facebook.com/events/1162441810521414

http://www.Seattle.gov/Parks/LGBTQ

All youth of any age are encouraged to attend. There will be many opportunities for high school age (14-19) and young adults (19-24).

Participating employers and agencies include:

Associated Recreation Council :: Jobs
Camp Ten Trees :: Internships for Summer Camp
City Year :: Stipend Programs
Data2Insight :: Jobs and Stipend Programs
Goodwill Youth Employment Program :: Stipend Program and Internships
IBEW Local 46, Seattle’s electrical Union :: Jobs
ICHS International Community Health Services :: Jobs and Internships
Key Bank :: Jobs
Lambert House :: Stipend Program and Internships
Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream :: Jobs
OUT There Adventures :: Summer Stipend Programs
PSKS – Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets
Reel Queer Youth :: Summer Stipend Programs
Seattle Parks Specialized Populations :: Jobs
Seattle Parks Youth Employment and Service Learning :: Summer Stipend Programs
Seattle Parks Athletics and Aquatics :: Summer Jobs
Seattle Police Recruiting Unit :: Jobs
Seattle Youth Employment Program :: Stipend Programs and Internships
Seattle Youth Garden Works :: Summer Stipend Programs
Student Conservation Association :: Jobs, Stipend Programs, and Internships
YearUP :: Stipend Programs
Washington Bus :: Summer Jobs and Stipend Programs
and more!

Supporting organizations include:

C 89.5 Radio
Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce
PLFAG Seattle
Neighborcare Health’s 45th Street Youth Clinic
Out and Equal
Pride Foundation
Seattle Counseling IRUO and Project Neon
Seattle Office of Economic Development
Seattle Office of Labor Standards
Seattle Gay News
The GSBA Greater Seattle Business Association
The Seattle Lesbian
and more!
Attendees should come prepared to spend some time visiting the various booths and, if possible, bring copies of their resume or work and volunteer experience.

If you need help creating a resume, visit staff at one of our 5 teen community center computer labs that have drop-in hours after school to ask for help: https://rectechseattle.org/sites/

We hope to see you there!

The Youth Job Fair for LGBTQ and Allies is a collaborative effort led by the Youth Employment and Service Learning Unit of Seattle Parks and Recreation.

To participate in the fair or for more information contact Randy Wiger at Randy.Wiger@seattle.gov or 206-684-0775.

Event website

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In a Radical Departure, United Way Shows Philanthropy Isn’t Pretty


Campaign shows ‘problems nobody talks about at cocktail parties’

United Way raises more than $4.7 billion every year for improving health, education and stability in communities around the globe, and until now, its marketing focused on the aftermath and uplifting side to its good work, often featuring smiling volunteers in “Live United” t-shirts. But the nonprofit is taking a drastic turn to prompt more people to take action: its latest PSA shows what these communities look like before United Way steps in to help.

Read more FULL REPORT

2017 Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP).

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
Read more APPLICATION HERE

The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP), in support of the Mayor’s Youth Employment Initiative, provides internship opportunities aimed at meeting the employment needs of underserved youth and young adults in our community. By promoting work readiness and strengthening career development, SYEP helps to prepare and support youth for real world jobs by providing them with the skills necessary to be competitive in the job market.

SYEP Internships
Read more APPLICATION HERE

Internships start July 5, 2017 and end August 15, 2017.

Enrollment
Applications open March 13, 2017 and close April 14, 2017.

Internships will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Eligibility
City of Seattle Resident
Ages 16 to 24

Demonstrated ability to be responsible, determined and committed
Meet HUD Income Guidelines

group of happy college students looking back

Read more APPLICATION HERE

City of Seattle: Student Opportunities!

Welcome to the City of Seattle’s Student Opportunities!

We will be updating the Job Opportunities page later this month, to make it easier for you to find the right job.

Most of our recruiting for internships is done in the first two weeks of:

February (for Spring Quarter)
April (for Summer Quarter)
August (for Fall Quarter)
November (for Winter Quarter)

You can now apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and clicking on the “Apply” link! If this is the first time you are applying using our online job application, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. After your account has been established, you can build an application by clicking on the “Build Job Application” link. This application can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening.

Please note that some student employment opportunities may require that you have a work study award from a Washington State college. Funding for these positions comes from a state student financial aid program and is only available to students eligible to receive work study funds. If you are applying for a work study position, please make sure to upload a copy of your work study award letter (authorization or referral form) to your application.

Student positions are not eligible for benefits unless specifically noted in the job announcement.

Read more FULL REPORT

MARCH 9, 2017 – Community Resource Exchange

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017

9 a.m. — 2 p.m.
CenturyLink, East Hall
The Community Resource Exchange took place on March 9, 2017 at CenturyLink, East Hall. People who are homeless got connected with essential hygiene items and services. Haircuts, housing help and mammograms—those barely scratch the surface of the impact this event has.

See why this event is called the “best day ever!”

Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance Program

The Emergency Assistance program helps families, single adults, seniors, and people with disabilities with a variety of emergency and basic needs. Services include:

Rental Assistance and Eviction Prevention
Move-in Assistance
Utility Assistance and Shut-off Prevention
Information & Resource Referral
Short-term Case Management
Emergency Motel Vouchers (families with children under 18 only)
Food Bags and Cards (based on availability)
Bus Tickets (based on availability)
To access services please call the intake line for your geographic area for updated
information and eligibility.

Seattle and South King County:

Seattle and South King County
(253) 850-2523

East King County
(425) 213-1963 x2

Volunteer

1-888-649-6850

Visit the WEBSITE

Seattle Severe Weather Shelter

homeless-shelter

Seattle Severe Weather Shelter

Location: Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion, near 2nd & Thomas St. South of Key Arena
Dates open: Saturday night 10/15 & Sunday night 10/16
Time: 7pm to 7am
Capacity: 100 beds
Population: Co-Ed Shelter: 18+, no children
Contact for information: (206) 684-0231

King County Administration Building Shelter & 420 4th Ave Shelter – expanded capacity (50 additional spots in Admin Building)

Location: 500 & 420 4th Avenue Downtown Seattle (Between Jefferson and James) Line up for the shelter in front of the loading dock garage door at the corner of 4th and Jefferson.
Dates open (with expanded capacity): Thursday, 10/13 – Tuesday, 10/18, (Both Admin Shelter & 420 4th Ave open regularly every other night with 50 beds each)
Time: 7pm to 6am
Capacity: 100 beds in Admin, 50 beds at 420 4th Ave
Population: men (pets welcome at 420 shelter)

Seattle City Hall Shelter

Location: 600 4th Ave
Dates open (with expanded capacity): Thursday, 10/13 – Tuesday, 10/18, (Open regularly with 75 beds every other night)
Time: 7pm to 6am
Capacity: 81 beds
Population: men & women
Here are some on the Eastside, too:

Eastside Women’s Winter Shelter
*Note: This shelter is a winter shelter for Women opening for the first night on Saturday, 10/15 and remaining open through much of winter.

Location: Lakeside Christian Church, 701 1st Street, Kirkland, WA 98033
Dates open: Saturday night 10/15 – 1/2/2017
Time: 8:30pm – 7am, 7 days/week
Population: Single Adult Women
Note: Includes Dinner & Breakfast
Contact for information: Cynthia: (425) 463-6285 x 106

Eastside Family Winter Shelter
*Note: This shelter is a winter shelter for families opening for the first night on Saturday, 10/15 and remaining open through much of winter.

Location: Redmond United Methodist Church, 16540 NE 80th St, Redmond, WA 98052
Dates open: Saturday night 10/15 – open all winter
Time: 8:30pm – 7am, 7 days/week
Population: Families
Note: Includes Dinner & Breakfast
Contact for information: Cynthia: (206) 437-7448
In Snoqualmie:

Valley Renewal Center Shelter (Expanding day center to be 24 hour shelter)

Location: 38625 SE River St, Snoqualmie, WA, 98065
Dates open: Friday 10/13 – Monday, 10/17 at 2pm
Time: 24-hour overnight, Dinner and Breakfast Served
Eligibility: Must have a Snoqualmie Valley Connection, Sex offender check, no background check
Population: Single Men; Single Parent Families Headed by Fathers or Mothers; Single Women; Two Parent Families
Contact for information: (425) 505 – 0038