Wednesday, May 25, 2016

May & June CalWORKs Hourly Activity Records

May reports are due on June 6th
June reports are due on July 5th 

May 2016 - Excel
May 2016 - PDF

June 2016 - Excel  
June 2016 - PDF 
Supervised Study Log 

Print out the PDF and fill in by hand or open the Excel file and type in your hours. The formulas in the Excel file will add up your hours for you. You may also pick up copies in our office.

All CalWORKs students are required to submit a Study Log for any supervised study hours reported on their HAR. You may keep this sheet with you or keep it in the binder on our front counter.

Remember that for every one hour of class you may claim one hour of unsupervised study time. Study time beyond that must be supervised. You can work in the Fast Track office, Library, Computer Technology Center, STEM Center, or Tutoring Center for these hours.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Job Opportunities

Cardiff Pest Control is looking for a Secretary. Pay $15.00 an hour. Basic office skills. Employer is willing to train the right person with excellent customer skills. Bilingual a plus!To apply: call 831-475-4214 to inquire and ask for Roberto Hernandez or in person at 2701 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz

SC Shakespeare Theater is looking for Box Office/Customer Service Staff, Front of House Staff, and Parking Attendants. Youth 16+ of age are encourage to apply. F/T, part-time jobs for the summer.
To apply: www.santacruzshakespeare.org/about/jobs 

Santa Cruz Nissan has been purchased by a new owner. They are having a job fair at the Best Western at 500 Ocean ST, SC on Tuesday and Wednesday May 24th and May 25th from 10am to 7:00pm on both days. Here is the facebook link. There are multiple open positions. 

Kelly Services is having a hiring event in their Watsonville Career Center
Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 10:00 am-1:00 pm.
Interested job seekers may also go directly to Kelly Services in Capitola. 

Santa Cruz Metro is recruiting for an Administrative Clerk I. Application and more information can be found here.

Health Care Services Group is having a hiring event at the Workforce Santa Cruz County office at 18 West Beach Watsonville, Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 10:30am-12:00pm. Room #2
  • Managers
  • Housekeepers
  • Janitors
  • Laundry Personnel 
Second Harvest Food Bank is recruiting for:
  • Director of Community Programs 
  • Grants Manager 
  • Warehouse Driver
Click here for more information and to apply.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Summer Brian Gain: READ!

Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Cruz County announces the launch of Summer Brain Gain: READ!, a literacy program designed to improve the reading skills of our youth at a time when school is not in session.

Summer Brain Gain:Read! is a free summer program to improve the reading skills of youth with a new book presented each week per age group, along with supporting activities. In addition to reading sessions, members complete fun activities that bring books to life. Register early. Space is limited.

Cabrillo Aptos Campus Closed Tuesday Morning

Aptos Campus Cabrillo College will be closed due to a power shut down.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 from 7:00 a.m. - noon.

CalWORKs Maximum Family Grant Rule Repeal

For quite sometime, the CalWORKs Association has been working to repeal the maximum family grant rule which punishes the poorest of the poor children in California. This year we are very, very close to achieving our goal. But we need your help. NOW!

The leaders of both the Assembly and Senate have publicly expressed their support for repealing the MFG rule. The campaign to repeal the law has gained over 150 organizational supporters and no organizational opposition. It has gained bipartisan support in each house. It has inspired faith communities to come together as well. Please take a moment to watch this video, which explains more about the MFG and why the faith community is so unified in our support for repealing this law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXpwsB3zRjk

Now we need your help to ensure that Governor Brown signs a budget that includes funds for the repeal of the MFG by sending him the message below. Please take the minute to make sure that this is the year California finally does the right thing!

Please view the attached video and then reach out to Governor Brown. There is still time for him to provide funding for these children in the next budget cycle.

Suggested email message to Governor Brown:
  • As a constituent I strongly urge you to join with the Legislature, its leadership, and over 150 organizations - including many in the faith community - and fund the repeal of the Maximum Family Grant rule in the 2016-17 California Budget. We know you have many conflicting priorities but the MFG is a law that serves no purpose and does great harm to California's poorest infants and children.
To send this email:
  1. Go to: https://govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php
  2. When asked "Purpose of Communication", choose "Comment."
  3. When asked "Subject", choose "Budget Proposal 2016-17".
  4. Cut and paste email into comment slot and send.
To phone in message, call: (916) 445-2841
To Tweet @JerryBrownGov:

  • As a resident of California, I ask you to please fund the repeal of the Maximum Family Grant rule in the 2016-17 California Budget.#MFGRepeal

The Scribbles Institute – Summer Kickoff Drawing Party!

The Scribbles Institute is having a SketchTribe Summer Kickoff Drawing Party/Meetup! Partake a rollicking evening of laughter, friendly banter, and high energy drawing of all sorts. A fun, creative evening for the whole family—and it’s FREE!
 
Friday, June 3
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

303 Potrero #59
Santa Cruz

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Every Kid in a Park

Every Kid in a Park is a new White House youth initiative to get all 4th graders and their families to experience the places that are home to our country’s natural treasures, rich history, and vibrant culture FREE OF CHARGE! 
 
The Every Kid in a Park pass is good for the 2015-2016 school year, until August 31, 2016. It admits all children under 16, and up to three adults for free access to national parks, national forests, national wildlife refuges, and more!

Every Kid in a Park website
National Park Foundation website


SRSN Office Closed

The SRSN office will be closed to students on May 23 and 24.

Snacks & Gowns 2016!

2016 Graduates and your families:

You are invited to attend Snacks and Gowns on Friday May 20th from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Come celebrate with your families and the staff of SRSN prior to rehearsal in the SRSN center. There will be plenty of food to snack on and you can dress in your graduation gown prior to going to rehearsal and graduation!!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Central Coast Center for Independent Living Job Opportunities

Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL) is recruiting for the following positions:

Community Organizer-Independent Living Services Coordinator
The Community Organizer – IL Services Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of a yearly advocacy strategic plan. The CO will facilitate training to individuals and groups including agency staff and board members on community organizing and advocacy that leads to systemic changes and inclusion for people with disabilities. In addition, this position will be providing individual service coordination developing independent living plans and assisting the consumer with goal setting that will assist the consumer with meeting their independent living needs.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume with three reference to Elsa Quezada, Executive Director, equezada@cccil.org or via mail to Elsa Quezada, CCCIL, 318 Cayuga Street, Suite 208, Salinas, CA 93901

Electronic submissions are preferred. Please enter “Resume” in the subject line.

Independent Living Services Coordinator
Full-time Santa Cruz County (37.50 hours per week)

Position in based in Santa Cruz County location and will provide independent living services in English and Spanish that promote independent living to persons with disabilities who are trying to live more independently within their communities.  Provide the following independent living core services: information and referral, individual advocacy, personal assistance services, housing assistance, peer support, independent living skills training and benefits assistance. 

Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Brenda Cardoza, Information and Assistance, bcardoza@cccil.org or via mail to Brenda Cardoza, CCCIL, 318 Cayuga Street Suite 208, Salinas, CA 93901

Job Opportunities

Kelly-Moore Paints Inside Sales and Driver positions available at the following locations:
· 1001 Ocean St. Santa Cruz
· 1201 Fremont Blvd. Seaside
· 150 Country Club Gate Center, Pacific Grove
Minimum requirements for all positions:
· Over 18 years of age
· Valid driver license
· Ability to pass pre-employment drug screening, background screening, test for ability to safely lift 70lbs.
Apply online at http://kellymoore.com/company/careers
Questions? Please reach out to jobs@kellymoore.com
Capitola Lucky Supermarket
Click here for information about jobs at the Capitola Luckys

Manpower Immediate Job Openings
Forklift Drivers:

4 current openings are available on the Westside of Santa Cruz.
$13.00 to $14.00 an hour, after 3 months they will receive an dollar increase $1.00
Mon to Friday work schedule, extremely fast paced work environment. 
1-2 years of forklift experience is needed. Stand up and sit down forklifts.
Day shift, swing shift & grave shift.
Production Workers:
20+ production packers in Santa Cruz.
Three shifts available, very flexible schedules, part time or full time.


Contact Manpower in Capitola at 831-476-6666

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Job Opportunities

Manpower
Their greatest need at this time is for the UCSC Campus clean-up project next month, they are looking for about 60 people. Click here for flyer.
 

Labor Ready 
Job Fair on May 16 
Click here for information
 

Eagle Tech Manufacturing, Inc.
Five Assembly workers needed immediately. Job seekers can apply onsite at 841 Walker street, Watsonville. Ask for Hector Madrigal.

Lauden Integrative Pharmacy 

1820 41st Ave, Suite F, Capitola, 831-462-9880
Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy Clerk
Lab Technician

Fall 2016 EOPS/CARE Applications

EOPS/CARE Applications for Fall 2016 will be available May 11.

Snacks & Gowns 2016

2016 Graduates and your families:

You are invited to attend Snacks and Gowns.
Friday May 20th from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Come celebrate with your families and the staff of SRSN prior to rehearsal in the SRSN center. There will be plenty of food to snack on and you can dress in your graduation gown prior to going to rehearsal and graduation!!

Monday, May 2, 2016

Transfer Celebration

The Transfer Center Staff is planning a Transfer Celebration for all the students who are transferring. This will take place on Thursday May 12th (12:30-2:00 pm) in the Transfer Center. Please help us spread the word. If your schedule allows, please join us for some food, drinks and good company with our students.
http://go.cabrillo.edu/TransferCelebration2016

Transfer Workshop

Students who are considering transferring to a university in the future can learn about what it takes to make their goals a reality. Topics covered will include admissions requirements, options within different university systems, and more. No sign-ups are required in advance/drop-in only. Call the Transfer Center at 831-479-6385 with questions.

May 3 from 11:30-1:00 pm in SACW 202
http://go.cabrillo.edu/TransferReadiness2016.1

Balance Staffing Job Fair