Community Outreach to Minorities
|These organizations are participating in our exclusive Community Outreach program. Through this program, groups and organizations that directly work with Minorities receive open job notifications on a daily basis that match the criteria they specifically requested. These daily notifications (known as JobCasts™) can be customized by location, profession, education and experience.|
UC-Santa Barbara Multicultural Center
In 1987, UCSB students of color, who were then severely underrepresented at the University demanded the creation of a hospitable and safe space for their use. Such a space was intended to facilitate the retention and recruitment of students of color and to combat institutional racism and ethnocentrism. These aims were to be realized in part through educational programming, which would promote changes in attitudes and behaviors throughout the campus community.
Upwardly Global - San Francisco
Upwardly Global, founded in 2000, is a national, award-winning nonprofit organization that works with employers to fill positions requiring high level skills. We enable American employers to easily connect with highly qualified, fully work authorized skilled immigrants who are seeking opportunities to contribute their skills in the U.S. workplace. Upwardly Global is a new talent resource for employers who value global experience, diversity of viewpoints and long term relationships with employees. Our candidates have a track record of success in their roles and a retention rate of 90%.
Vietnamese Youth Development Center
In 1979, a group of Vietnamese refugees who had settled in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district founded the Vietnamese Youth Development Center (VYDC) to provide neighborhood youth with urgently needed support and practical assistance as they adjusted to their new lives in America. Over two decades, VYDC has built a community of encouragement and empowerment for thousands of Southeast Asian youth in the Tenderloin and throughout the Bay Area.
VYDC Employment Program
The Vietnamese Youth Development Center (VYDC) was founded in 1979 by people within the refugee community concerned with the lack of services targeting youth in the Tenderloin. Over three decades, VYDC has built a community of encouragement and empowerment for thousands of Southeast Asian youth, neighborhood youth in the Tenderloin, San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area. Our Mission: 1) to provide direct assistance to Southeast Asian and neighborhood youth; 2) to empower youth their families to participate actively in the development of their community.
|There are currently 36 Minorities Outreach Partners receiving positions from SanFranJobs.com|
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