Monday, November 2, 2015

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition-Internship

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is now accepting applications for spring internships in outreach, communications, membership, development, education, graphic design, public affairs, Women Bike SF, events (Bike to Work Day), Safe Routes to School and advocacy research.

Applications now through December 11, 2015 and candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis. More information about these internships and instructions for applying can be found on our website.

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Friday November 6 | 12-3 p.m. | 218 Eshleman Hall

Focus on Public Policy, Politics and Public Interest Law

With alumni guest Devin Kinyon (2000), past PSC staff and participant People's Test Preparation Services and WYSE. Devin currently serves as Assistant Clinical Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law.

Public Service Alumni in Residence

Friday November 20 | 12-3 p.m. | 218 Eshleman Hall

Focus on Community Organizing and New Orleans

With alumni guest Geoffrey Mitchell (2011), past participant and leader Alternative Breaks and Magnolia Project. Geoffrey currently serves as a biologist with Caltrans.

Visual Studies 185X: Songs & Places: México

Visual Studies 185X: Songs & Places: México
SP 2016 / 4 units / CCN 04253

A special course in the Visual Studies Program involving music, cultural history and the visual arts. Of particular interest to students with Spanish language background. Many of you have grown up with this music--but not so many know where it comes from or how it's evolved--the performers, the traditions, the way the songs dovetail with the culture in general. These are beautiful and engaging questions. That's why the course--which also offers a kind of forum or meeting space (hogar cultural) for students with roots in México and Latin America as a whole. And a chance to challenge yourself through the artwork you make in response.

Interested students should read the extended course description, CED/Visual studies Courses/SP2016 and contact Anthony Dubovsky directly:

G.I.S. Technician Opening

Work Schedule: Full-time

Employer: BOLT Staffing

Job Closing Date: Until Filled



Phone: 707-552-7800

Upcoming opening for a G.I.S. Technician in an attractive North Bay city. This is an excellent, well paying opportunity to get valuable industry experience or to keep your current skills sharp. The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year of experience in mapping using ArcMap 10.1 or higher as well as using a G.I.S (Geographic Information System). Familiarity with ESRI Local Government Data Model and water distribution networks, a plus. Give us a call as we are seeking qualified candidates for this full time, 6 months interim term position

BOLT Staffing is your local employment expert. Since 1998, we have been matching job seekers with the best companies, local governments and special districts in the area. We recruit people who know the importance of transparency, budget compliance, and commitment to public service. Let us help you find your ideal position in public service.

Mike Ioakimedes, Government Staffing Coordinator
BOLT Staffing Service, Inc. | Phone: 707.552.7800 |Fax:707.552.6364
3427 Broadway, Suite F-2, American Canyon, CA 94503 |

Cal-in-Sacramento 2016 Fellow

Fellowship Perks:
  • Free summer housing
  • Free summer transportation
  • Weekly student dinners
  • We work with you to find you an internship you'll love
  • Build relationships with political leaders
  • Learn valuable skills for working in politics and public service
Cal-in-Sacramento is one of the nation's most prestigious campus-based public service internship programs. Over four decades, more than 500 Cal students have gone to Sacramento under our auspices to garner first-hand experience in the most dynamic state capital in the country. Many of these students have gone on to careers in public service, government, and politics. The Fellowship is run by the Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service.
 Application Deadline:
November 9th, 2015 - 5 PM