INTERNSHIP/VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Below is a list of possible internship/volunteer opportunities for Solano college students. While we try to keep the list updated please be aware that companies listed here may no longer be accepting interns, individuals listed as contacts may have moved on, or companies may already have their quota of interns for the semester. If you don't see an opportunity you like read Creating Your Own Internship.
     
  • It is recommended that prior to contacting companies on this site you have completed at least one semester in your major field (some will require this), have a letter of recommendation from one of your core instructors, and have a simple resume. Be professional and courteous.
     
  • Expect that most volunteer opportunities working with children or in a health environment will require fingerprints and background checks so please plan ahead so you have those done before the semester begins. 
     
  • In an unpaid internship or volunteer position there is never the implication that a paid job will result with the company! A paid internship may run only the length of the semester. In a paid internship there is never the implication that any regular part-time or full-time job will result with the company!
     
  • This page will be undergoing continuing revisions and updates so please check back often.

 

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Internship National/State/County Databases

 

Accounting

Chick-fil-A Fairfield
1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
Aaron Eddy
aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
707-421-9631

Paid: $11.00 per hour
Flexible shift times
Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

Team Member Leadership Development Program

Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

 

Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

 

 

Cal-Inc.
2040 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA 
David Esparza
desparza@cal-inc.com
707-446-7996

Accounting Assistant

 

 

Children's Network of Solano County
707-421-7229
http://www.childnet.org

 Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

 

Perfect Ledger
Hank Brown
1899 Willow Pass Road, Ste. 310, 
Concord, CA 94520
925-944-6558
info@perfectledger.net

Accounting Intern

 

Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
http://solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer/

Opportunities vary by location

 

Lincoln Financial Group

http://jobs.lincolnfinancial.com/article/students

Art

Arts Benicia

991 Tyler Street #114

Benicia, CA 94510

707-747-0131

mary@artsbenicia.org

Contact Person: Mary Shaw

Fluent in English. Understanding of and able to use MS Office (Word, Excel, Publisher). Tech-savvy/ Interests in the Arts, Art Education, or Arts Administration. Must have regular transportation. Prefer social-minded “people” person and a willingness to learn!

 

  • Exhibition Assistant
  • Youth Art Education Programs Assistant
  • Marketing and Publicity Assistant
  • Website Design and Website Development Assistant
  • Database Development Assistant

Biotechnology Production Technician

Genentech
http://www.gene.com/gene/careers/interns_coops.html

All internships are paid

 

City of Fairfield Water Treatment 
Karen Rees
City of Fairfield
1000 Webster Street, Fairfield, CA 94533
krees@fairfield.ca.gov
707-437-5380
Water Quality Laboratory Analyst Volunteer
Job Description

Business

Chick-fil-A Fairfield
1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
Aaron Eddy
aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
707-421-9631

Paid: $11.00 per hour
Flexible shift times
Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

Team Member Leadership Development Program

Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

 

Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

 

 

 

 

 2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

 

Join The Fleet!

 

The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

 

Internship Duties:

 

-Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

 

-Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

 

- Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

 

-Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

 

-Other duties as assigned

 

Intern Qualifications:

 

-Passion for sports

 

-Well organized

 

-Ability to multi-task and work independently

 

-Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

 

-Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

 

Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

 

 

 

Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

 

 

 

Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

 

 

 

Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

 

 

 

Game Day Associates: 

 

Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”

 

Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

 

Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

 

 

 

Media Associates: 

 

Radio Announcers, 

 

Interviewers, 

 

On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

 

Writers, 

 

Camera & video production

 

 

BB&B Business Group
Robert Briseno
207 Wallace Ave., Vallejo, CA 94590
707-652-3223
RobertABriseno@LHMag.com or
RobertABriseno@bbandb‐businessgroup.com

1-3 Interns, 10-20 hours per week/flexible within 9-5. Assist in the design and implementation of an overall marketing/sales program for a publication we produce Local Happenings Magazine. Skills: Basic computer skills (MS office, internet, etc.), specialized computer skills (adobe creative suite), analytical skills
and report creation, basic communication skills – verbal and written

 

Braylen James Business Solutions
Georgette Ligons
301 Georgia St. Ste. 376
707-648-1429
gligons@braylenjames.com
Have Resume and Cover letter

4 part 16-week program cycling through Research & Development; Marketing; Administration & Operations; Business Development

 

Paramount House Senior Living
Monica Avalos
2061 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA 95687
707-455-0300
mavalos@northstarSL.com

 Marketing & Community Relations Intern. Shadow the marketing Director and gain hands-on experience in public relations, outreach, advertising, budgeting, event planning and sales.

 

Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
http://solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer/

A number of volunteer opportunities for those interested in PR, marketing, and business applications.

 

SPCA of Solano County
http://www.solanospca.com/volunteer_5.html

A variety of volunteer opportunities

Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

 

Disney College Program - paid but not local
http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

 

Enterprise Rent-a-Car
http://go.enterpriseholdings.com/students/internships/

Excellent business and management internship program.

 

Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

Vallejo, CA 94590

707-556-9357

Contact Person: Annette Dennett

Email: annette@pactinc.org

Job Title: Program Assistant

 

The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

  • Individual and group counseling  and/or workshop activities related to college admissions and financial aid (federal aid, scholarships, etc)
  • Visits to college campuses
  • Presentations on PACT services to community programs
  • College & Career Fairs, and/or school assemblies
  • Assist students with college exam registration and requirements
  • Tutoring activities
  • Career exploration

Basic Qualifications

  • Passion for working with youth or young adults
  • Familiarity with college admissions practices
  • Some familiarity with agencies and institutions serving young adults in the Bay Area

 

Solano County Computer & Digital Skills Center

1652 West Texas Street Suite 248

Fairfield, CA 94533

707-430-0120

Contact Person: Robin Adams

Workforcedevelopment2020@gmail.com

admin@digital-literacy.rocks

 

Job Title: Program Assistants

Students will be assigned specific job title/function in areas such as event planning, marketing & community outreach, tech support, website develop and maintenance, day to day administration and operations.

Basic Qualifications:

College level reading, writing and grammar skills, academic knowledge or interest in any of the areas listed or willingness to learn, ability to work with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds: basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of e-mail and internet or willingness to learn.

Initial orientation/On-boarding will be 2-3 hours: Ongoing training in areas specific to the job title and function.

 

BRIT GLOBAL SPECIALTY USA

700 MAIN ST, SUITE 301

NAPA, CA 94559

WWW.BRITINSURANCE.COM

CONTACT PERSON: JOSHUA J. DELA CRUZ

JOSHUA.DELACRUZ@BRITINSURANCE.COM

SUMMER (JUNE-AUG)

SHIFT TIME: 8AM-4PM 

35 HOURS PER WEEK 

$15/HOUR

 

 POTENTIAL INTERN DUTIES:

  • Create and process quotes: identify exposure to loss and recommend appropriate pricing and coverages
  • Respond to broker requests
  • Assist with a broad range of data management and reporting
  • Investigate and reconcile financial inquiries and discrepancies relating to bound policies
  • Gather and evaluate relevant underwriting and risk information independently; communicate findings and
  • analysis to underwriting team
  • Carry out research on specific accounts as appropriate

 BASIC INTERN QUALIFICATIONS/ELIGIBILITY

  • Good overall educational qualifications
  • Strong analytical, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to perform effectively and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Advanced computer skills, particularly with Excel
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment
  • Describe training/orientation provided by the organization:
  • Training will be administered by staff one on one.

 

SIX FLAGS DISCOVERY KINGDOM

FOOD SERVICE BUSINESS ANALYST INTERNSHIP

 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  •  Unit Audits
  • Register Functions
  • Inerpersonal Skills
  • Training
  • Safety

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 Must be at least 18 years of age or older.

  • Must be in a related class or have experience in Food Health and Safety.
  • Must pass a pre-employment math test.
  • Must be willing to work 40 hours per week, including weekends, evenings and holidays.
  • Experience in culinary and hospitality industry preferred, not required.
  • Light lifting up to 50 lbs. required.
  • Must be willing to work in all weather conditions for extended periods.
  • Must be able to stand, kneel, and squat for extended periods.
  • Must successfully obtain a state required Food Handler’s card.
  • Must be able to read, write, and communicate in English.
  • Must be able to communicate in a professional and efficient manner both in written and verbal formats.
  • Must be professional, energetic, self-motivated, and have the ability to motivate others, and have a positive attitude.
  • Must lead by example regarding grooming, safety, cleanliness, and appropriate conduct at all times.
  • Must be able to sit, stand, bend, and walk for extended periods. Must be able to lift, push, or pull 50 lbs. with or without assistance.

 All interested applicants may complete an application online at www.sixflagsjobs.com or submit a resume to the Human Resources Office.

  Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

 1001 Fairgrounds Dr.

 Vallejo, CA 94589

 Attn: Human Resources

 Fax: 707-556-5593

 Email: tBurger@sftp.com

 

FAIRFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION

1000 Webster St.

Fairfield, CA 94533

925-822-5453

www.fullifebalance.com

Contact Person: Commissioner William Wesley

william@fullifebalance.com

5-10 hours per week

Potential Intern duties: Attend meetings, review reports, documents and plans. Take notes and analyze proposals.

 

Qualifications: Ability to critique reports, plans, and topics written and verbally communicated. Writing ability. Enjoy interaction with people.

 

Student will learn the politics, city administration, business and city planning

 

Communications

KTVU
2 Jack London Square, Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 834-1212
Visit:
http://wn.ktvu.com/link/720234/ktvu-intership-application

 

Paramount House Senior Living
Monica Avalos
2061 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA 95687
707-455-0300
mavalos@northstarSL.com

Marketing & Community Relations Intern. Shadow the marketing Director and gain hands-on experience in public relations, outreach, advertising, budgeting, event planning and sales.

 

Entercom
Lindsey Martin
5345 Madison Ave., Sacramento, CA 95841
Phone: 916-334-7777
www.entercom.com 

Call screening, content production and publishing, general assisting. Must have good communication skills, outgoing, and quick thinking.

Specify 107.9 or 106.5 on internship application.

 

Children's Network of Solano County
707-421-7229
http://www.childnet.org

Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

 

Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
http://www.rainn.org/get-involved/volunteer-for-RAINN

Marketing, PR, public policy

 

For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
Ms. E Heart
HEART@forachildsheart.org

TV set design, videotaping, editing and distribution of programs to television stations, newsletter and eBlast Design

 

Disney College Program - paid but not local
http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

 

Continentals of Omega Boys Club

#1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
Mr. Gerald Gordy
949-285-9876
Ggordy1122@aol.com

Program Aid- Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targerted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

 

Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

Vallejo, CA 94590

707-556-9357

Contact Person: Annette Dennett

Email: annette@pactinc.org

Job Title: Program Assistant

 

The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

  • Individual and group counseling  and/or workshop activities related to college admissions and financial aid (federal aid, scholarships, etc)
  • Visits to college campuses
  • Presentations on PACT services to community programs
  • College & Career Fairs, and/or school assemblies
  • Assist students with college exam registration and requirements
  • Tutoring activities
  • Career exploration

Basic Qualifications

  • Passion for working with youth or young adults
  • Familiarity with college admissions practices
  • Some familiarity with agencies and institutions serving young adults in the Bay Area

 

Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program Volunteer Services

Kaiser Foundation Hospital

975 Sereno Drive

Vallejo, CA 94589

707-645-2245

Contact: Shelia Burton

Shelia.Burton@kp.org

Hospice Department: 707-645-2385

  • Patient Support
  • Family Support
  • Activities
  • Errands
  • Housekeeping
  • Personal Care
  • Bereavement Outreach

 

SafeQuest Solano

http://safequest.us/help-us/volunteer/

 

SIX FLAGS DISCOVERY KINGDOM

FOOD SERVICE BUSINESS ANALYST INTERNSHIP

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Unit Audits
  • Register Functions
  • Inerpersonal Skills
  • Training
  • Safety

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be in a related class or have experience in Food Health and Safety.
  • Must pass a pre-employment math test.
  • Must be willing to work 40 hours per week, including weekends, evenings and holidays.
  • Experience in culinary and hospitality industry preferred, not required.
  • Light lifting up to 50 lbs. required.
  • Must be willing to work in all weather conditions for extended periods.
  • Must be able to stand, kneel, and squat for extended periods.
  • Must successfully obtain a state required Food Handler’s card.
  • Must be able to read, write, and communicate in English.
  • Must be able to communicate in a professional and efficient manner both in written and verbal formats.
  • Must be professional, energetic, self-motivated, and have the ability to motivate others, and have a positive attitude.
  • Must lead by example regarding grooming, safety, cleanliness, and appropriate conduct at all times.
  • Must be able to sit, stand, bend, and walk for extended periods. Must be able to lift, push, or pull 50 lbs. with or without assistance.

 

All interested applicants may complete an application online at www.sixflagsjobs.com or submit a resume to the Human Resources Office.

 

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

1001 Fairgrounds Dr.

Vallejo, CA 94589

Attn: Human Resources

Fax: 707-556-5593

Email: tBurger@sftp.com

 

 

2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Join The Fleet!

The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

Internship Duties:

-Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

-Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

- Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

-Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

-Other duties as assigned

Intern Qualifications:

-Passion for sports

-Well organized

-Ability to multi-task and work independently

-Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

-Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

 

Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

 

Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

 

Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

 

Game Day Associates: 

Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”, 

Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

 

Media Associates: 

Radio Announcers, 

Interviewers, 

On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

Writers, 

Camera & video production

 

 

 

BONNEVILLE

KBLX IN-STUDIO PRODUCTION INTERN

Description:

This internship is for students interested in learning the daily preparation and production of live radio. This exposure and hands-on experience will give them a better understanding of the production of content for radio stations. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to shadow the producer and on-air jocks for KBLX’s Morning Show. In an extension of your classroom education, this will be incredible exposure and a learning opportunity where you will be able to experience and learn about the production that goes into running a daily radio show.

The In-Studio Internship will include the following:

  • Use of social media to promote the show’s content and engage audience
  • Answering and screening phone calls
  • Finding news and local Bay Area stories to cover as on-air content
  • Assist in welcoming studio guests (via phone interviews and physical appearances)
  • Assisting the Producer in recovering recorded breaks for future production.

Internships are available year-round but will be for a specific period of time (usually a semester in length) and 12-15 hours per week (specific days and times agreed upon in advance). All interns must be enrolled in OCED 090 or 091 and receive college credit for their internship. Students are expected to obtain, and complete, any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. INTERNS ARE NON-PAID POSITIONS.

Persons participating in internships with Bonneville San Francisco need to understand that no guarantees are given for future employment with Bonneville.

To be considered for this position, please apply online at http://bonneville.com/unpaid-internships/. Select San Francisco.

Bonneville San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Computer Information Science/IT

Copart Inc.
282 5th Street Vallejo, CA 94590
Contact: KC Baltz
KC.Baltz@Copart.com

 

Paid Internship. Pay is contingent upon enrollment in Work Experience. $20.00 hr

Help analyze system issues working w IT Developer. Learn backend tools and processes. Learn overall Copart Business and how the front end interacts with backend. Work on special and well defined technical projects.

Min. 2 semesters of Computer Science courses. Completed 2-3 programming courses e.g. C, C++, Java, Cobol, RPG, SQL. 

 

Center for Research and Education in Aging
UC Berkeley LBNL
Room 102 Donner Hall, UC Berkeley, CA 94720
Steven Garan
sgaran@biology.berkrley.edu or sgaran@lbl.gov
510-967-9962
Research Intern in Bioinformatics

Basic high school understanding of biology and college level understanding of computer languages and concepts.

Interns will be expected to write computer programs that are part of a large biological simulation system. Knowledge of one of the following languages: JAVA, Perl, Python, C, or SQL.

 

City of Suisun Public Works/Planning
701 Civic Center Blvd. Suisun City, CA 94585
Amanda Adum
aadum@suisun.com
707-421-7345
This is a PAID internship. $15.00 per hour on a part-time basis. 
Duties:

Delivers first-level technical support for users, networks, and related systems

Performs technical troubleshooting to diagnose and fix common computer problems

Assists with upgrades to hardware and software components as required

Must have a valid driver’s license. Troubleshoots problems with Windows PC’s and network hardware.

Establish user accounts, configures workstations and associated networks

 

Children's Network of Solano County
707-421-7229
http://www.childnet.org

Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks.

 

Solano County Library
Visit:http://www.solanolibrary.com/1374

 

Allied Insurance
https://www.alliedinsurance.com/college-internships.jsp

Talk with the Internship Program coordinator at each location to learn more.

 

For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
Ms. E Heart
HEART@forachildsheart.org

Management of social networks, website maint, newsletter and eBlast Design,

 

SPCA of Solano County
http://www.solanospca.com/volunteer_5.html

A variety of opportunities

 

Pixar
http://www.pixar.com/careers/Available-Internships

Varies

 

Solano County Animal Shelter
2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
Christy Alves
707-784-1355
CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

 

Arts Benicia

991 Tyler Street #114

Benicia, CA 94510

707-747-0131

mary@artsbenicia.org

Contact Person: Mary Shaw

 Fluent in English. Understanding of and able to use MS Office (Word, Excel, Publisher). Tech-savvy/ Interests in the Arts, Art Education, or Arts Administration. Must have regular transportation. Prefer social-minded “people” person and a willingness to learn!

 

  • Exhibition Assistant
  • Youth Art Education Programs Assistant
  • Marketing and Publicity Assistant
  • Website Design and Website Development Assistant
  • Database Development Assistant 

 

Solano County Computer & Digital Skills Center

1652 West Texas Street Suite 248

Fairfield, CA 94533

707-430-0120

Contact Person: Robin Adams

Workforcedevelopment2020@gmail.com

admin@digital-literacy.rocks

 

Job Title: Program Assistants

Students will be assigned specific job title/function in areas such as event planning, marketing & community outreach, tech support, website develop and maintenance, day to day administration and operations.

Basic Qualifications:

College level reading, writing and grammar skills, academic knowledge or interest in any of the areas listed or willingness to learn, ability to work with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds: basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of e-mail and internet or willingness to learn.

Initial orientation/On-boarding will be 2-3 hours: Ongoing training in areas specific to the job title and function.

Criminal Justice

Solano Family Justice Center
604 Empire Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
Mr. Kevin McAllister
kdmcallister@solanocounty.com
707-784-3339

Requires fingerprinting allow time to process.

Work as Guest Care Volunteer, office skills required

 

LIFT3 Support Group
490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
Carmen Reyes
Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
707-580-2774
707-398-6865 (message)
Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness.

 

Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn
505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
Dr. Aliah Majou
RevDrAliah@gmail.com
310-927-9167

Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

 

Fairfield Police Student Internship Program
http://www.fairfield.ca.gov/gov/depts/police/volunteers_in_police_service_(vips)/studentintern.asp

Requires extensive background check - allow time to process.

 

Continentals of Omega Boys Club
#1 Positive Place, Vallejo, CA 94589
Mr. Gerald Gordy
949-285-9876

Ggordy1122@aol.com

Program Aid - Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

 

Children's Network of Solano County
707-421-7229
http://www.childnet.org

Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

 

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
Aaliyah Muhammad
415-255-7036 ext. 305
aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/
student-internships/

Ask about volunteer opportunities     

 

Solano County Sheriff-Coroner's Office
http://solanocounty.com/depts/sheriff/save_team_volunteer.asp

Requires extensive back ground check - plan ahead

 

Solano County Probation Office
http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/probation/default.asp

Click on college Internship link

 

Benicia VIPS Program
Officer Patti Baron 
(707) 746-4268 pbaron@ci.benicia.ca.ushttp://www.ci.benicia.ca.us/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=
{1F5D759F-5332-4FD3-B97B-D1618A76AF49}

 

Vallejo Police Department Cadet Program
http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/city_hall/departments___
divisions/police/join_the_vpd/cadet_program/

Police Interns: College students majoring in Criminal Justice who are required to complete volunteer hours in order to complete their Criminal Justice degree.

Police Cadets perform a variety of civilian field and office law enforcement work in direct support of sworn and non-sworn personnel on a part-time, as needed, basis while attending an accredited college or university.

 

Vallejo Police Department
http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/GovSite/default.
asp?serviceID1=187&Frame=L1

Records, investigation, juvenile, evidence, crime prevention, traffic

 

Vacaville Police Internship Program
http://www.ci.vacaville.ca.us/departments/police/cadetintern.php

 

Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
http://www.rainn.org/get-involved/volunteer-for-RAINN

hotline volunteer, public education, policy reform

 

http://www.golawenforcement.com/CriminalJusticeInternships.htm

Links to Federal, State and Local agencies that have internship programs

 

ACLU of Northern CA
https://www.aclunc.org/about/job_opportunities/internships/index.shtml

Variety of opportunities in areas of social justice.

 

American Association of Suicidology - Crisis Centers
This page lists centers around the area seeking volunteers.
http://www.suicidology.org/web/guest/crisis-centers#CA

Note - when contacting make sure you call the OFFICE line and not the crisis line! Also use the term Volunteer

 

Solano County Sheriff’s Office- Campus Sheriff’s Office

4000 Suisun Valley Rd.

Fairfield, CA 94534

707-864-7131

Contact: Lt. Brian Travis

Email: brian.travis@solano.edu

 

Job Title: Campus Sheriff’s Office Community Service Officer (CSO)

Job Duties: Ride along with campus deputies. Provide safety escorts to students, parking enforcement, taking cold police reports, crowd control during special and sporting events, campus security patrols, bike and foot patrols, patrol campus on specialized vehicles, specialized training classes, evidence recovery, crime scene investigations, office duty, school emergency situations, as other duties assigned.

Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Must pass oral board panel. Must pass background check. Must be enrolled in CJ001 or have completed it. Must be enrolled in OCED 090 and/or OCED 091 every semester. Maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Ability to work in an ethnically diverse environment. Good English writing and oral communication skills. Work indoors and outdoors. Have a valid, unrestricted driver’s license. Ability to work nights and weekends. Able to perform the duties of bicycle/foot patrols and be able to stand or walk for long periods of time.

Training/Orientation provided: OCED 090 Program Overviews and Expectations, Sheriff’s Office Vision and Mission Statements, Sheriff’s Office Professional Standards and Ethics, Sheriff’s Office Affirmation of Understanding, Sheriff’s Office General Conduct on Duty, Substance Abuse Policy, Harassment Policy, Grooming Standards, Campus Safety, Patrol Procedures, Penal Code Overview, Vehicle Code Overview, Radio Codes & Communication Procedures, Traffic Control, and Emergency Action.

To enroll in OCED 090 or 091 contact Debra.berrett@solano.edu. Fairfield campus building 1800 Room 1811. 

 

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2018!  3-5 POSITIONS AVAILABLE!

Cosmetology

Vogue Salon & Spa
Cosmetology Majors only
501 Nut Tree Ct. Ste. 4, Vacaville, CA 95687
Danielle Gish
707-410-6444
danielle@voguesalonandspa.biz
Up to 3 interns- Unpaid
Approx 10 hours per week
Tues-Fri 9-5
Sat 9-1

Learn cosmetology front desk skills, greet clients, use computer and credit card terminal - will observe and learn to develop shop manners, will observe shampoo techniques and chemical mixing. Students are NOT ALLOWED to work on clients. 
Intern must have positive attitude, be punctual, dress in all black professional attire. Be friendly and willing to learn.

Will be provided computer training, hair color knowledge, hair cutting knowledge (student may NOT work on clients may only observe), customer service skills. product knowledge and will also provide training on DVD.

Counseling

Solano County Probation Office
http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/probation/default.asp

Click on college internship link

 

Solano Family Justice Center
604 Empire Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
Mr. Kevin McAllister
kdmcallister@solanocounty.com
707-784-3339

Requires fingerprinting allow time to process.

Work as Guest Care Volunteer, office skills required

 

Children's Network of Solano County
707-421-7229
http://www.childnet.org

Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

 

Continentals of Omega Boys Club
#1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
Mr. Gerald Gordy
949-285-9876
Ggordy1122@aol.com

Program Aid - Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

 

LIFT3 Support Group
490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
Carmen Reyes
Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
707-580-2774
707-398-6865 (message)
Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness.

 

NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
Log onto website for application and contact information.

Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

 

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
Aaliyah Muhammad
415-255-7036 ext. 305
aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/student-internships/

Ask for volunteer opportunities

 

Yolo Hospice
http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

 

Mission Solano
Brenda Reed- Volunteer Coordinator
707-425-3663
http://www.missionsolano.org/support_volunteer.php

Ask for volunteer opportunities

 

American Association of Suicidology - Crisis Centers
This page lists centers around the area seeking volunteers.
http://www.suicidology.org/web/guest/crisis-centers#CA

Note - when contacting make sure you call the OFFICE line and not the crisis line!

 

NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
 Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
707-646-3517
http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

 

Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
http://www.rainn.org/get-involved/volunteer-for-RAINN

Hotline volunteer, public awareness training, support services

 

Vacaville Police Department Counseling Internships
http://www.ci.vacaville.ca.us/departments/police/cadetintern.php

 

 

 Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

Vallejo, CA 94590

707-556-9357

Contact Person: Annette Dennett

Email: annette@pactinc.org

Job Title: Program Assistant

 

The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

    Drafting Technology

    Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
    http://solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer/

    Volunteer opportunities for those interested in architecture, public works, land development

     

    City of Suisun Public Works/Planning
    701 Civic Center Blvd. Suisun City, CA 94585
    Amanda Adum
    aadum@suisun.com
    707-421-7345

    Assist with engineering project drafting and writing technical specifications. Should be comfortable with AutoCAD.

     

    ARUP
    560 Mission Street, Seventh Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    Mike Lamagna Jr. - Senior CAD Technician
    415-957-9445   mike.lamagna@arup.com
    http://www.arup.com

    Students who are in final semesters will have more luck.

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    http://www.greenbelt.org/careers/

    Often has opportunities for urban planning and design, administrative, graphic design, event planning and outreach, research, political science, GIS mapping

    Early Childhood Education

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

     

    First Five of Solano County
    601 Texas Street, Ste. 210, Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-784-1332
    Email: cfsolano@solanocounty.com
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/first5/about/staff.asp

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    Program Aid- Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

    Cretta’s Creative Kids

    1900 Jacobs Court

    Fairfield, CA 94534

    707-399-7251

    Contact: Dakcretta Thompson

    Email: cretta.thompson@att.net

    Shift time: 8am-12pm/1:30pm-5:30pm

    20 Hours per week

    $10.50/hr.

    Job Title: Assistant Teacher

    Provide instruction, assist in planning and implementation of creative curriculum for family, child and support the daily needs of infants and toddlers.

    12 ECE units, pass criminal background check, CPR and first aid.

    Training support provided by the department of education (QRIS) program and child start EHS partnership coach.

     

    Electronics Technology

    City of Suisun Public Works/Planning
    701 Civic Center Blvd. Suisun City, CA 94585
    Alysa Majer
    amajer@suisun.com
    707-421-7345

    Assist IT division in citywide troubleshooting and deploying computer workstations

     

    Disney College Program - paid but not local
    http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

    Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

    Film and Television/Broadcasting

     

    Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn

    505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dr. Aliah Majou
    RevDrAliah@gmail.com
    310-927-9167

    Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

     

    KTVU
    2 Jack London Square
    Oakland, CA 94607
    Phone: (510) 834-1212
    Visit:
    http://wn.ktvu.com/link/720234/ktvu-intership-application

     

    Disney College Program - paid but not local
    http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

    Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

     

    For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
    Ms. E Heart
    HEART@forachildsheart.org

    TV set design, videotaping, editing and distribution of programs to television stations, newsletter and eBlast Design

     

    2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    Join The Fleet!

    The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

    Internship Duties:

    -Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

    -Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

    - Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

    -Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

    -Other duties as assigned

    Intern Qualifications:

    -Passion for sports

    -Well organized

    -Ability to multi-task and work independently

    -Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

    -Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

    Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

     

    Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

     

    Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

     

    Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

     

    Game Day Associates: 

    Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”, 

    Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

    Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

     

    Media Associates: 

    Radio Announcers, 

    Interviewers, 

    On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

    Writers, 

    Camera & video production

     

    BONNEVILLE

    KBLX IN-STUDIO PRODUCTION INTERN

    Description:

    This internship is for students interested in learning the daily preparation and production of live radio. This exposure and hands-on experience will give them a better understanding of the production of content for radio stations. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to shadow the producer and on-air jocks for KBLX’s Morning Show. In an extension of your classroom education, this will be incredible exposure and a learning opportunity where you will be able to experience and learn about the production that goes into running a daily radio show.

    The In-Studio Internship will include the following:

    • Use of social media to promote the show’s content and engage audience
    • Answering and screening phone calls
    • Finding news and local Bay Area stories to cover as on-air content
    • Assist in welcoming studio guests (via phone interviews and physical appearances)
    • Assisting the Producer in recovering recorded breaks for future production.

    Internships are available year-round but will be for a specific period of time (usually a semester in length) and 12-15 hours per week (specific days and times agreed upon in advance). All interns must be enrolled in OCED 090 or 091 and receive college credit for their internship. Students are expected to obtain, and complete, any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. INTERNS ARE NON-PAID POSITIONS.

    Persons participating in internships with Bonneville San Francisco need to understand that no guarantees are given for future employment with Bonneville.

    To be considered for this position, please apply online at http://bonneville.com/unpaid-internships/. Select San Francisco.

    Bonneville San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

     

    Finance

    Chick-fil-A Fairfield
    1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
    Aaron Eddy
    aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
    707-421-9631

    Paid: $11.00 per hour
    Flexible shift times
    Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
    Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

    Team Member Leadership Development Program

    Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

    Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

     

    Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

     

     

     

     

    Goldman-Sachs
    http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/students-and-graduates/index.html
    Bridge Program designed for Community College Students.

    Finance and Technology Opportunities around the world

     

    Braylen James Business Solutions
    Georgette Ligons
    301 Georgia St. Ste. 376
    707-648-1429
    gligons@braylenjames.com
    Have Resume and Cover letter

    4 part 16-week program cycling through Research & Development; Marketing; Administration & Operations; Business Development

    Fire Technology

    Suisun City Fire Department
    http://suisun.com/Fire.html#FD_Vols

    GIS

    City of Suisun Public Works/Planning
    701 Civic Center Blvd. Suisun City, CA 94585
    Alysa Majer
    amajer@suisun.com
    707-421-7345

    Provide assistance in Public Works Department with GIS system Maintenance and updates. Should be comfortable using ARCGIS

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    http://www.greenbelt.org/careers/

    Often has opportunities for urban planning, administrative, graphic design, event planning and outreach, research, political science, GIS mapping

    Graphic Design & Illustration

    BB&B Business Group
    Robert Briseno
    207 Wallace Ave., Vallejo, CA 94590
    707-652-3223
    RobertABriseno@LHMag.com or
    RobertABriseno@bbandb‐businessgroup.com

    1-3 Interns, 10-20 hours per week/flexible within 9-5. Assist in the design and implementation of an overall marketing/sales program for a publication we produce Local Happenings Magazine. Skills: Basic computer skills (MS office, internet, etc.), specialized computer skills (adobe creative suite), analytical skills
    and report creation, basic communication skills – verbal and written

     

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn
    505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dr. Aliah Majou
    RevDrAliah@gmail.com
    310-927-9167

    Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

     

    Disney College Program - paid but not local
    http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

    Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

     

    Pixar
    http://www.pixar.com/careers/Available-Internships

    Varies

     

    Hope and Restoration for Women Like Me
    PO Box 4524, Vallejo CA
    Contact: Sekquiree George
    sek2kev@comcast.net
    707-628-0318
     Working with graphic design professional create illlust. for logos, brochures, website, T-shirts. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Fireworks and Dreamweaver

    Home Technology Integration

    Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
    http://solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer/

    Opportunities vary by location

    Human Services

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    Christy Alves
    707-784-1355
    CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

     

    Healthy Partnerships, Inc.
    Vacaville: 707-447-8982
    Fairfield 707-425-1799
    Dixon 707-693-1733
    Rio Vista 707-374-4012
    For internship information visit:
    http://www.healthypartnerships.com/internships.htm

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn
    505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dr. Aliah Majou
    RevDrAliah@gmail.com
    310-927-9167

    Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

    Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness.

     

    Solano Family Justice Center
    604 Empire Street
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    Mr. Kevin McAllister
    kdmcallister@solanocounty.com
    707-784-3339

    Requires fingerprinting allow time to process.

    Work as Guest Care Volunteer, office skills required

     

    Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    Program Aid - Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

    Ujima Family Recovery Services
    Visit:
    http://www.ujimafamily.org/program/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    ACLU of Northern CA
    https://www.aclunc.org/about/job_opportunities/internships/index.shtml

    Variety of opportunities

     

    Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
    1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
    Aaliyah Muhammad
    415-255-7036 ext. 305
    aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
    http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/student-internships/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Mission Solano
    Brenda Reed, Volunteer Coordinator
    707-425-3663
    http://www.missionsolano.org/support_volunteer.php

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
    http://www.rainn.org/get-involved/volunteer-for-RAINN

    Hotline volunteer, public education

     

    First Five of Solano County
    601 Texas Street, Ste. 210, Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-784-1332
    Email: cfsolano@solanocounty.com
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/first5/about/staff.asp

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information. 
     Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    Vallejo Police Department
    http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/GovSite/default.asp?serviceID1=187&Frame=L1 
     Opportunity to work with juvenile department may be helpful in this field

     

    Solano County Probation Office
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/probation/default.asp

    Click on college internship link

     

    American Association of Suicidology - Crisis Centers
    This page lists centers around the area seeking volunteers.
    http://www.suicidology.org/web/guest/crisis-centers#CA

    Note - when contacting make sure you call the OFFICE line and not the crisis line

     

    Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

    301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

    Vallejo, CA 94590

    707-556-9357

    Contact Person: Annette Dennett

    Email: annette@pactinc.org

    Job Title: Program Assistant

     

    The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

    • Individual and group counseling  and/or workshop activities related to college admissions and financial aid (federal aid, scholarships, etc)
    • Visits to college campuses
    • Presentations on PACT services to community programs
    • College & Career Fairs, and/or school assemblies
    • Assist students with college exam registration and requirements
    • Tutoring activities
    • Career exploration

    Basic Qualifications

    • Passion for working with youth or young adults
    • Familiarity with college admissions practices
    • Some familiarity with agencies and institutions serving young adults in the Bay Area

     

    Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program Volunteer Services

    Kaiser Foundation Hospital

    975 Sereno Drive

    Vallejo, CA 94589

    707-645-2245

    Contact: Shelia Burton

    Shelia.Burton@kp.org

    Hospice Department: 707-645-2385

     

    • Patient Support
    • Family Support
    • Activities
    • Errands
    • Housekeeping
    • Personal Care
    • Bereavement Outreach

     

    SafeQuest Solano

    http://safequest.us/help-us/volunteer/

     

    Solano County Computer & Digital Skills Center

    1652 West Texas Street Suite 248

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    707-430-0120

    Contact Person: Robin Adams

    Workforcedevelopment2020@gmail.com

    admin@digital-literacy.rocks

     

    Job Title: Program Assistants

    Students will be assigned specific job title/function in areas such as event planning, marketing & community outreach, tech support, website develop and maintenance, day to day administration and operations.

    Basic Qualifications:

    College level reading, writing and grammar skills, academic knowledge or interest in any of the areas listed or willingness to learn, ability to work with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds: basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of e-mail and internet or willingness to learn.

    Initial orientation/On-boarding will be 2-3 hours: Ongoing training in areas specific to the job title and function.

     

    SIX FLAGS DISCOVERY KINGDOM

    FOOD SERVICE BUSINESS ANALYST INTERNSHIP

     

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Unit Audits
    • Register Functions
    • Inerpersonal Skills
    • Training
    • Safety

     

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Must be at least 18 years of age or older.
    • Must be in a related class or have experience in Food Health and Safety.
    • Must pass a pre-employment math test.
    • Must be willing to work 40 hours per week, including weekends, evenings and holidays.
    • Experience in culinary and hospitality industry preferred, not required.
    • Light lifting up to 50 lbs. required.
    • Must be willing to work in all weather conditions for extended periods.
    • Must be able to stand, kneel, and squat for extended periods.
    • Must successfully obtain a state required Food Handler’s card.
    • Must be able to read, write, and communicate in English.
    • Must be able to communicate in a professional and efficient manner both in written and verbal formats.
    • Must be professional, energetic, self-motivated, and have the ability to motivate others, and have a positive attitude.
    • Must lead by example regarding grooming, safety, cleanliness, and appropriate conduct at all times.
    • Must be able to sit, stand, bend, and walk for extended periods. Must be able to lift, push, or pull 50 lbs. with or without assistance.

     

    All interested applicants may complete an application online at www.sixflagsjobs.com or submit a resume to the Human Resources Office.

     

    Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

    1001 Fairgrounds Dr.

    Vallejo, CA 94589

    Attn: Human Resources

    Fax: 707-556-5593

    Email: tBurger@sftp.com

     

     

    FAIRFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION

    1000 Webster St.

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    925-822-5453

    www.fullifebalance.com

    Contact Person: Commissioner William Wesley

    william@fullifebalance.com

    5-10 hours per week

    Potential Intern duties: Attend meetings, review reports, documents and plans. Take notes and analyze proposals.

     

    Qualifications: Ability to critique reports, plans, and topics written and verbally communicated. Writing ability. Enjoy interaction with people.

     

    Student will learn the politics, city administration, business and city planning

     

     

    2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    Join The Fleet!

    The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

    Internship Duties:

    -Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

    -Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

    - Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

    -Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

    -Other duties as assigned

    Intern Qualifications:

    -Passion for sports

    -Well organized

    -Ability to multi-task and work independently

    -Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

    -Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

    Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

     

    Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

     

    Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

     

    Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

     

    Game Day Associates: 

    Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”

    Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

    Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

     

    Media Associates: 

    Radio Announcers, 

    Interviewers, 

    On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

    Writers, 

    Camera & video production

    Human Resources

    The Next Caleb Corporation
    PO Box 2436, Suisun City, CA 94585
    Phillip L. Pete, Sr.
    phillip.pete@yahoo.com
    707-334-8390

    info@thenextcaleb.com 
    http://phillippete.wix.com/thenextcaleb

    Human Resources Intern

     

     

     

    History

    National Council for Preservation Education

    Summer 2017 Internships with the National Park Service, the Department of the Interior, & General Services Administration

    The National Park Service and partnering agencies will offer internships during summer of 2017. This notice covers the period June through December 2017. Internships are for 400 hours (usually ten weeks at forty hours per week) and in Washington, DC except where noted. Stipends range from a total of $4800 for shorter positions up to $18,000 for longer-term positions; the position supervisor will have details on the stipend amount for a given position if you are called for an interview. The exact starting dates will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

    To be eligible, you must be currently enrolled in an academic program in historic preservation or an allied field, or very recently graduated (degree received August 2016 or later). Interns are not eligible to work more than 1200 hours in this program; previous interns in the program must stay within this overall limit.

    Please be aware that, unless otherwise noted, interns are responsible for travel to and housing at the internship location. This should be kept in mind particularly for those internships in the West. In some cases the supervising office may be able to assist in locating housing but it is ultimately up to the individual accepting the internship to find accommodations.

    Also be aware that, due to Government-wide security requirements, a background check will be required for any position which involves access to Government computers, if you are chosen for that position. This will include providing information about recent housing and employment history. The position supervisor will have more information on requirements and procedures at the time of hiring.
    Please direct any question to waso_cr-intern@nps.gov.

    To submit your application, please scan your materials electronically and email them as a single Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) file containing both signed application and transcripts to Cari Goetcheus (email: cgoetch@uga.edu). Please adhere to the single .pdf format requirement; processing of your application will be delayed if materials are not received in this form. Name the file with your name in this format: Lastname_Firstname_NCPE_Summer17. Due to the large number of applications received, please strive to keep files under 3 MB; any files over 3 MB should be submitted in a compressed file format to make transmittal easier.

    Applications must be received no later than Monday, March 13, 2017. Please indicate by number the internship(s) in which you are interested, no more than six total (multiple numbers heading a single description count as one choice).

     

    Insurance

    Gateway Professional Insurance Services
    1990 Alamo Dr. Ste 1,Vacaville, CA 95687
    707-446-9864
    Contact: Cathy Spencer
    1 paid position min wage 8 hours per week

    Learn process policy changes, rating, billing

     

    Allied Insurance

    https://www.alliedinsurance.com/college-internships.jsp?NWOSSiPos=1&NWOSSi=INTERNSHIPS

    Talk with the Internship Program coordinator at each location to learn more.

     

    Underwriting - Internship Program
    Networked Insurance Agents

    http://www.nlinksuite.com/Main.aspx?PageId=1000004&N=Careers - Underwriting Internship Program

    GPA 2.5 or better.

     

    BRIT GLOBAL SPECIALTY USA

    700 MAIN ST, SUITE 301

    NAPA, CA 94559

    WWW.BRITINSURANCE.COM

    CONTACT PERSON: JOSHUA J. DELA CRUZ

    JOSHUA.DELACRUZ@BRITINSURANCE.COM

    SUMMER (JUNE-AUG)

    SHIFT TIME: 8AM-4PM 

    35 HOURS PER WEEK 

    $15/HOUR

     POTENTIAL INTERN DUTIES:

    • Create and process quotes: identify exposure to loss and recommend appropriate pricing and coverages
    • Respond to broker requests
    • Assist with a broad range of data management and reporting
    • Investigate and reconcile financial inquiries and discrepancies relating to bound policies
    • Gather and evaluate relevant underwriting and risk information independently; communicate findings and
    • analysis to underwriting team
    • Carry out research on specific accounts as appropriate

     BASIC INTERN QUALIFICATIONS/ELIGIBILITY

    • Good overall educational qualifications
    • Strong analytical, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to perform effectively and collaboratively in a team environment
    • Advanced computer skills, particularly with Excel
    • Strong time management and organizational skills
    • Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment
    • Describe training/orientation provided by the organization:
    • Training will be administered by staff one on one.

    Interior Design

    Kravet
    101 Henry Adams St. #120
    San Francisco, CA 94103
    Nancy Senske-Showroom Manager
    nancy.senske@kravet.com
    415-626-3037 

    Wholesale Fabric & Furniture Show room Reliable, high energy, organized, willing to learn, personable, customer service oriented.

     

    For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
    Ms. E Heart
    HEART@forachildsheart.org

    Television set design

     

    Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
    http://solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer/

    Opportunities vary by location

    Journalism

    Jimmy Doolittle Center
    1111 Webster Street, Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-317-1134
    Contact: Seraphina Chavez, Office Manager
    s.chavez@doolittlecenter.org 

    Content writer for newsletter, website, press release

     

    Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn
    505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dr. Aliah Majou
    RevDrAliah@gmail.com
    310-927-9167

    Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

     

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information.

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
    Ms. E Heart
    HEART@forachildsheart.org

    Newsletter & E-Blast design, grant research & data gathering

     

     The Next Caleb Corporation

    PO Box 2436, Suisun City, CA 94585
    Phillip L. Pete, Sr.
    phillip_pete@yahoo.com

     info@thenextcaleb.com 

    888-853-1117

    http://phillippete.wix.com/thenextcaleb

     

    Kinesiology

     2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    Join The Fleet!

    The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

    Internship Duties:

    -Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

    -Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

    - Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

    -Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

    -Other duties as assigned

    Intern Qualifications:

    -Passion for sports

    -Well organized

    -Ability to multi-task and work independently

    -Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

    -Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

    Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

     

    Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

     

    Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

     

    Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

     

    Game Day Associates: 

    Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”

    Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

    Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

     

    Media Associates: 

    Radio Announcers, 

    Interviewers, 

    On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

    Writers, 

    Camera & video production

     

    FIT BODY BOOT CAMP- PERSONAL TRAINER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    DESCRIPTION

    Our 12-week internship program will prepare you for a career as a personal trainer.

    The program consists of practical, hands on training as well as the preparation you need to successfully pass the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer exam.

    Interns should expect to spend 10 hours per week to fulfill the program requirements. Eight hours per week will be spent at one of our facilities and two hours of reading/exam preparation.

    Our next session runs from April 1, 2018 to June 23, 2018.

    COMPENSATION

    $1200 paid in three increments over the term. If you are hired at the end of your internship, we will reimburse you for successful completion of the NASM Personal Trainer Certification.

    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    Our internship program is not only a great way for us to know you, but also for you to see if our company is a good fit for your career path.

    At FBBC, we believe that personal trainers have the most important job on the planet. All of our trainers are full time, spending about 20 hours a week training and 10-15 hours a week of member interaction.

    Our entry-level positions are salaried and include a multitude of benefits far greater than the industry norms.

    We want every team member to have growth opportunities at FBBC. Our facility leaders (manager of the personal training department at each facility) earn up to $130,000 per year with guaranteed yearly salary increases.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Please email a copy of your resume along with the attached application by 3/2/2018.

     For questions, please email laura@napanfbbc.com or call 707-593-6002.

    Liberal Arts - Teaching

    Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

    301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

    Vallejo, CA 94590

    707-556-9357

    Contact Person: Annette Dennett

    Email: annette@pactinc.org

    Job Title: Program Assistant

     

    The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

    • Individual and group counseling  and/or workshop activities related to college admissions and financial aid (federal aid, scholarships, etc)
    • Visits to college campuses
    • Presentations on PACT services to community programs
    • College & Career Fairs, and/or school assemblies
    • Assist students with college exam registration and requirements
    • Tutoring activities
    • Career exploration

    Basic Qualifications

    • Passion for working with youth or young adults
    • Familiarity with college admissions practices
    • Some familiarity with agencies and institutions serving young adults in the Bay Area

     

     Heritage Commons

    191 Heritage Lane Dixon, CA 95620
    707-676-5660
    heritagess@jsco.net

    1-2 positions
    Shift time varies but needs to be available on a Thursday or Friday. 
    Approx 6 hours per week. 

    Heritage Commons Crafts Class Instructor

    Formulate 10 week syllabus, offer 10 arts/crafts classes to Heritage Commons' residents. Seeking someone who is very imaginative & skilled at finding/using free resources for projects such as leaves, rocks, old magazines, etc. Responsible for enriching residents lives by leading classes and teaching. 

    Reliable, responsible with a passion for teaching and arts & crafts. Taking at least 6 semester units (including Work Experience) with a min 3.3 GPA. 

    No jeans or open-toed shoes, appropriate work clothes. Will be trained on safety regulations and overall responsibilities.

     

    Goodwill Industries Community Service Program
    180 Grobric Ct. Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-864-3351

    Mentoring

     

    Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    Program Aid - Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

    John Muir Charter School
    California Conservation Corps Building, 2100 Napa Valley Hwy., Napa CA
    Steve Donnelly
    707-253-7783
    steve.donnelly@ccc.ca.gov

    1-5 Interns, Various shifts, up to 17 hours per week. Classroom Assistant. Tutoring 18-25 year old's working toward HS Diploma, correcting papers, classroom organization

     

    Solano County Library
    Visit:http://www.solanolibrary.com/1374

     

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background check.

    Life Management

    Goodwill Industries Community Service Program
    180 Grobric Ct. Fairfield
    707-864-3351

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Solano Family Justice Center
    604 Empire Street
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    Mr. Kevin McAllister
    kdmcallister@solanocounty.com
    707-784-3339

    Requires fingerprinting allow time to process.

    Work as Guest Care Volunteer, office skills required

     

    Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    Program Aid - Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

    Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness.

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    Ujima Family Recovery Services
    Visit:
    http://www.ujimafamily.org/program/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

    Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
    1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
    Aaliyah Muhammad
    415-255-7036 ext. 305
    aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
    http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/student-internships/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Mission Solano
    Brenda Reed, Volunteer Coordinator
    707-425-3663
    http://www.missionsolano.org/support_volunteer.php

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    First Five of Solano County
    601 Texas Street, Ste. 210, Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-784-1332
    Email: cfsolano@solanocounty.com
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/first5/about/staff.asp

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    American Association of Suicidology - Crisis Centers
    This page lists centers around the area seeking volunteers.
    http://www.suicidology.org/web/guest/crisis-centers#CA

    Note - when contacting make sure you call the OFFICE line and not the crisis line!

     

    Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT), Inc.

    301 Georgia St. Ste. 315

    Vallejo, CA 94590

    707-556-9357

    Contact Person: Annette Dennett

    Email: annette@pactinc.org

    Job Title: Program Assistant

     

    The program assistant will provide support to the PACT, Inc. Educational Advisor (i.e., college advising counselor) at a local middle school or high school. Activities may include assisting with:

    • Individual and group counseling  and/or workshop activities related to college admissions and financial aid (federal aid, scholarships, etc)
    • Visits to college campuses
    • Presentations on PACT services to community programs
    • College & Career Fairs, and/or school assemblies
    • Assist students with college exam registration and requirements
    • Tutoring activities
    • Career exploration

    Basic Qualifications

    • Passion for working with youth or young adults
    • Familiarity with college admissions practices
    • Some familiarity with agencies and institutions serving young adults in the Bay Area

     

     

    Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program Volunteer Services

    Kaiser Foundation Hospital

    975 Sereno Drive

    Vallejo, CA 94589

    707-645-2245

    Contact: Shelia Burton

    Shelia.Burton@kp.org

    Hospice Department: 707-645-2385

     

    • Patient Support
    • Family Support
    • Activities
    • Errands
    • Housekeeping
    • Personal Care
    • Bereavement Outreach

    Management

    Disney College Program - paid but not local
    http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

    Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

     

    Chick-fil-A Fairfield
    1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
    Aaron Eddy
    aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
    707-421-9631

    Paid: $11.00 per hour
    Flexible shift times
    Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
    Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

    Team Member Leadership Development Program

    Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

    Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

     

    Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

     

     

     

     

     

    Enterprise Rent-a-Car
    http://go.enterpriseholdings.com/students/internships/

    Excellent business and management internship program

    Marketing

    Chick-fil-A Fairfield
    1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
    Aaron Eddy
    aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
    707-421-9631

    Paid: $11.00 per hour
    Flexible shift times
    Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
    Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

    Team Member Leadership Development Program

    Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

    Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

     

    Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

     

     

     

     

     

     2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

     

    Join The Fleet!

     

    The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

     

    Internship Duties:

     

    -Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

     

    -Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

     

    - Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

     

    -Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

     

    -Other duties as assigned

     

    Intern Qualifications:

     

    -Passion for sports

     

    -Well organized

     

    -Ability to multi-task and work independently

     

    -Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

     

    -Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

     

    Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

     

     

     

    Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

     

     

     

    Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

     

     

     

    Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

     

     

     

    Game Day Associates: 

     

    Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”

     

    Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

     

    Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

     

     

     

    Media Associates: 

     

    Radio Announcers, 

     

    Interviewers, 

     

    On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

     

    Writers, 

     

    Camera & video production

     

     

    BB&B Business Group
    Robert Briseno
    207 Wallace Ave., Vallejo, CA 94590
    707-652-3223
    RobertABriseno@LHMag.com or
    RobertABriseno@bbandb‐businessgroup.com
     1-3 Interns, 10-20 hours per week/flexible within 9-5. Assist in the design and implementation of an overall marketing/sales program for a publication we produce Local Happenings Magazine. Skills: Basic computer skills (MS office, internet, etc.), specialized computer skills (adobe creative suite), analytical skills
    and report creation, basic communication skills – verbal and written

     

     

     

    Paramount House Senior Living
    Monica Avalos
    2061 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA 95687
    707-455-0300
    mavalos@northstarSL.com

    Marketing & Community Relations Intern. Shadow the marketing Director and gain hands-on experience in public relations, outreach, advertising, budgeting, event planning and sales.

     

    Next 50 Years/Vallejo Sister City Assn
    505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dr. Aliah Majou
    RevDrAliah@gmail.com
    310-927-9167

    Research, create and disseminate materials for Citizen-Police Reconciliation Project. Need some media expertise, intern level and beyond

     

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information.

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    Braylen James Business Solutions
    Georgette Ligons
    301 Georgia St. Ste. 376
    707-648-1429
    gligons@braylenjames.com
    Have Resume and Cover letter

    4 part 16-week program cycling through Research & Development; Marketing; Administration & Operations; Business Development

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

    KTVU
    2 Jack London Square
    Oakland, CA 94607
    Phone: (510) 834-1212
    Visit: http://wn.ktvu.com/link/720234/ktvu-intership-application

     

    Mission Solano
    Brenda Reed, Volunteer Coordinator
    707-425-3663
    http://www.missionsolano.org/support_volunteer.php

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    Disney College Program - paid but not local
    http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/default/

    Broadcast Media, Corporate, Creative, Operations/Travel, Sales/Marketing, Technology/Digital

     

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    Christy Alves
    707-784-1355
    CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

     

    SPCA of Solano County
    http://www.solanospca.com/volunteer_5.html

     

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Arts Benicia

    991 Tyler Street #114

    Benicia, CA 94510

    707-747-0131

    mary@artsbenicia.org

    Contact Person: Mary Shaw

     Fluent in English. Understanding of and able to use MS Office (Word, Excel, Publisher). Tech-savvy/ Interests in the Arts, Art Education, or Arts Administration. Must have regular transportation. Prefer social-minded “people” person and a willingness to learn!

     

    • Exhibition Assistant
    • Youth Art Education Programs Assistant
    • Marketing and Publicity Assistant
    • Website Design and Website Development Assistant
    • Database Development Assistant

     

    Solano County Computer & Digital Skills Center

    1652 West Texas Street Suite 248

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    707-430-0120

    Contact Person: Robin Adams

    Workforcedevelopment2020@gmail.com

    admin@digital-literacy.rocks

     

    Job Title: Program Assistants

    Students will be assigned specific job title/function in areas such as event planning, marketing & community outreach, tech support, website develop and maintenance, day to day administration and operations.

    Basic Qualifications:

    College level reading, writing and grammar skills, academic knowledge or interest in any of the areas listed or willingness to learn, ability to work with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds: basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of e-mail and internet or willingness to learn.

    Initial orientation/On-boarding will be 2-3 hours: Ongoing training in areas specific to the job title and function.

     

    2018 VALLEJO ADMIRALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    Join The Fleet!

    The 2017 Pacific Association Champion Vallejo Admirals are seeking highly qualified, motivated interns to join the fastest growing and most dynamic organization in the Pacific Association in 2018. 

    Internship Duties:

    -Serve as support for Vallejo Admirals front office in sales, promotions, marketing, media relations and broadcasting and team operations

    -Actively participate in front office meetings, planning and execution of 2018 Vallejo Admirals’ season plans

    - Interns will have the opportunity to serve as primary contact with guests and participate in Vallejo Admirals sales and service efforts

    -Engage in on ongoing Admirals’ community relations and promotional activities.

    -Other duties as assigned

    Intern Qualifications:

    -Passion for sports

    -Well organized

    -Ability to multi-task and work independently

    -Candidates must be willing and able to work game nights during the season (if applicable)

    -Students seeking degrees in marketing and business are preferred.

    Contact: Matthew Snyder, Assistant General Manager (707) 771-0897 mlsport328@gmail.com

     

    Media Director: Oversee media communications of the Admirals. This includes writing, editing, recruiting staff and interacting with our media partners. This 

     

    Sales Associates:  Develop fun, engaging and informative promotions with and for our marketing partners. This can be the most creative, businesslike, expanding thing you’ve ever done. It’s a chance to meet most of the key businesspeople in town and to help connect them with their audience via the charm of hometown pro baseball and magnetic, memorable promotions. This position has compensation.

     

    Attendance Coordinators:  Work with groups to formulate unforgettable experiences for each participant. May include player greetings, games, announcements, receptions special awards, cakes, gizmos etc. all mixed in a playful varying potpourri. Also pitch-in to develop events both scheduled and on behalf of guest groups. e.g., Italian American Night may include Bocce demo, a pizza tossing demo, a pizza pie eating contest, Opera between innings, etc.]

     

    Game Day Associates: 

    Stadium Setup - Enjoy the smell of the greasepaint and fresh cut grass and electric atmosphere of each night’s festivities… and help make Wilson Park its most inviting in time for each nights’ “Play Ball!”, 

    Event Ambassadors: Spread the joy of Admirals Baseball! Attend community events, entertain and educate folks on what’s it’s like to be at an Admirals game.

    Tickets/Reception: Our guests' first encounter with our organization at the park. You would be an Ambassador of our brand accepting tickets, groups, VIP Guests and directing people where they need to go once in the park. 

     

    Media Associates: 

    Radio Announcers, 

    Interviewers, 

    On Field Master of Ceremonies, 

    Writers, 

    Camera & video production

    Mechatronics

    Pixar
    http://www.pixar.com/careers/Available-Internships

    Varies

     

    Abbott Nutrition

    Contact: Áine Kealy-Training Specialist

    aine.kealy@abbott.com

    2302 Courage Drive

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    Off: 707-399-1186

    Music/Sound

    The Next Caleb Corporation
    PO Box 2436, Suisun City, CA 94585
    Phillip L. Pete, Sr.
    phillip.pete@yahoo.com

    info@thenextcaleb.com 
    http://phillippete.wix.com/thenextcaleb

    707-334-8390

    Sound Engineering Trainee

     

     

     

     Nursing

    Ujima Family Recovery Services
    Visit:
    http://www.ujimafamily.org/program/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information.

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

    Health Career Connection

    http://www.healthcareers.org/program-overview

     

    Benicia Bay Physical Therapy

    560 First Street., Suite C-103
    Benicia, CA 94510
    707-747-9977
    http://www.bayareapt.com/index.html

     

    Ask for volunteer opportunities- Physical Therapist Intern

     

     

    Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program Volunteer Services

    Kaiser Foundation Hospital

    975 Sereno Drive

    Vallejo, CA 94589

    707-645-2245

    Contact: Shelia Burton

    Shelia.Burton@kp.org

    Hospice Department: 707-645-2385

     

    • Patient Support
    • Family Support
    • Activities
    • Errands
    • Housekeeping
    • Personal Care
    • Bereavement Outreach

    Office Administration

     Solano College Work Experience Office

    Debra Berrett
    debra.berrett@solano.edu

    Knowledge of Excel, data entry, phone. Will fulfill requirement for OT 151.

     

    PAULI SYSTEMS

    1820 Walters Court

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    Phone: 707-410-6631

    Contact Person: Rob Reid

    Email: rob.reid@paulisystems.com

     

    Administrative Assistant

    • Answer phones-customer inquiries
    • Process sales orders
    • Email correspondence
    • Provide quotes
    • Coordinate shipping plan
    • Communicate with engineering
    • Prepare marketing material
    • Assist outside sales team
    • General administrative duties

     

    Basic Qualifications:

    Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Phone, people, file, organization and note-taking skills.

     

    www.paulisystems.com

     

    Solano Family Justice Center
    604 Empire Street
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    Mr. Kevin McAllister
    kdmcallister@solanocounty.com
    707-784-3339

    Requires fingerprinting allow time to process.

    Work as Front Desk/Guest Care Volunteer, office skills required

     

    Cal-Inc.
    2040 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA 
    David Esparza
    desparza@cal-inc.com
    707-446-7996

    Admin Assistant

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
    Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

     Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    General office skills and program support. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

    For a Child's H.E.A.R.T.
    Ms. E Heart
    HEART@forachildsheart.org

    Personal Assistant: Create Facebook pages; update social networking sites; produce online contests and giveaways; seek RFP's for conferences; send proposal letters; schedule book signings, interviews & speaking events; organize travel reservations; transcription, organize surveys; design flyers and handouts; prepare and sent newsletter; edit video footage; upload videos to website.

     

    Benicia VIPS Program
    Officer Patti Baron 
    (707) 746-4268

     pbaron@ci.benicia.ca.ushttp://www.ci.benicia.ca.us/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&
    SEC={1F5D759F-5332-4FD3-B97B-D1618A76AF49}

    Support Services- data entry, clerical, and administrative assignments in Records and Investigations

     

    Pace Solano
    http://pacesolano.org/index.cfm
    Pace is located in a number of Solano County cities.

    Ask about volunteer opportunities

     

    Vallejo Police Department
    http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/GovSite/default.asp?service
    ID1=187&Frame=L1

    A number of ways to volunteer. Might not be entirely administrative but good way to get legal exposure.

     

    Goodwill Industries Community Service Program
    180 Grobric Ct. Fairfield

    Front Office Reception. Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Healthy Partnerships, Inc.
    Vacaville: 707-447-8982
    Fairfield 707-425-1799
    Dixon 707-693-1733
    Rio Vista 707-374-4012

    Healthy Partnerships has an official internship program for Human Services. To avoid confusion ask them for VOLUNTEER opportunities in Administration areas.

     

    Solano County Library
    Visit:
    http://solanolibrary.com/programs/template.cfm?id=1972

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Ujima Family Recovery Services
    Visit:
    http://www.ujimafamily.org/program/

    While they do not have a program for office administration they may be will to accept volunteers.

     

    Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
    1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
    Aaliyah Muhammad
    415-255-7036 ext. 305
    aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
    http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/
    student-internships/

    Offers opportunities year round for law students and non-law student interns and volunteers

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Solano Napa Habitat for Humanity
    http://www.solanonapahabitat.org/volunteer.html

    Opportunities vary by location

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information.

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    First Five of Solano County
    601 Texas Street, Ste. 210, Fairfield, CA 94533
    707-784-133
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/first5/about/staff.asp

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    American Association of Suicidology - Crisis Centers
    This page lists centers around the area seeking volunteers.
     http://www.suicidology.org/students/become-an-intern-at-aas

    Note - when contacting make sure you call the OFFICE line and not the crisis line!

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    http://www.greenbelt.org/careers/

    Often has opportunities for urban planning, administrative, graphic design, event planning and outreach, research, political science

     

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    707-784-1355
    Application: http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/sheriff/animalcare/volunteer.asp

     

    Health Education Council

    https://healthedcouncil.org/volunteer/

    Volunteers are needed to staff community events, assist in our office functions, and promote our programs at community meetings.

     

    Solano County Computer & Digital Skills Center

    1652 West Texas Street Suite 248

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    707-430-0120

    Contact Person: Robin Adams

    Workforcedevelopment2020@gmail.com

    admin@digital-literacy.rocks

     

    Job Title: Program Assistants

    Students will be assigned specific job title/function in areas such as event planning, marketing & community outreach, tech support, website develop and maintenance, day to day administration and operations.

    Basic Qualifications:

    College level reading, writing and grammar skills, academic knowledge or interest in any of the areas listed or willingness to learn, ability to work with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds: basic computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and use of e-mail and internet or willingness to learn.

    Initial orientation/On-boarding will be 2-3 hours: Ongoing training in areas specific to the job title and function.

     

    FAIRFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION

    1000 Webster St.

    Fairfield, CA 94533

    925-822-5453

    www.fullifebalance.com

    Contact Person: Commissioner William Wesley

    william@fullifebalance.com

    5-10 hours per week

    Potential Intern duties: Attend meetings, review reports, documents and plans. Take notes and analyze proposals.

     

    Qualifications: Ability to critique reports, plans, and topics written and verbally communicated. Writing ability. Enjoy interaction with people.

     

    Student will learn the politics, city administration, business and city planning

     

    Ornamental Horticulture

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    Christy Alves
    707-784-1355
    CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

     

    Urban Farmers

    http://www.theurbanfarmers.org/register-to-volunteer/

    Photography

    Suisun Wildlife Center
    http://www.suisunwildlife.org/volunter.html

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    Christy Alves
    707-784-1355
    CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

    Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks 

     

    ACLU of Northen CA
    https://www.aclunc.org/about/job_opportunities/
    internships/index.shtml

    Variety of opportunities

     

    Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
    1540 Market Street, Ste. 490 San Francisco, CA 94102
    Aaliyah Muhammad
    415-255-7036 ext. 305
    aaliyah@prisonerswithchildren.org
    http://www.prisonerswithchildren.org/get-involved/
    student-internships/

    Ask for volunteer opportunities

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    http://www.greenbelt.org/careers/

    Often has opportunities for urban planning, administrative, graphic design, event planning and outreach, research, political science

    Psychology

    Solano County Probation Office
    http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/probation/default.asp

    Click on college internship link

     

    LIFT3 Support Group
    490 Chadbourne Rd. 2nd Floor, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Carmen Reyes
    Carmen@lift3supportgroup.com
    707-580-2774
    707-398-6865 (message)
    Ability to read and write English & follow directions both verbal and written, bilingual in Spanish always a plus. Self-motivated, team player.

    Take 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training, court accompaniment, present at trainings, assist and attend meetings, Teen DV Awareness

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Foundation- Guild
    http://www.northbay.org/foundation/duties.cfm
    Log onto website for application and contact information.

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in  Information Services; Floor Host/Hostess/Emergency Department; Community Benefit; Fundraising; Gift Shop; PAWS; Alzheimer's Resource Center; Adult Day Center

     

    NorthBay Healthcare Guild - Hospice
    4520 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
     Hospice & Bereavement Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Pribble
    707-646-3517
    http://www.northbay.org/NorthBayFoundationGuild.aspx#Hospice

    Ask for volunteer opportunities in Patient care; Bereavement; Office Support; Special Events/Fundraising

     

    Children's Network of Solano County
    707-421-7229
    http://www.childnet.org

    Ask for Volunteer opportunities. Possible opportunities in Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City; Vacaville, Vallejo. Will likely need to plan ahead for fingerprints/ background checks

     

    Yolo Hospice
    http://yolohospice.org/support-us/volunteer/

     

     Continentals of Omega Boys Club

    #1 Positive Place Vallejo, CA 94589
    Mr. Gerald Gordy
    949-285-9876
    Ggordy1122@aol.com

    Program Aid- Motivate youth, work with public, program implementation, targeted outreach, gang and delinquency prevention, Grant Research and program updates. Background check will be required so please plan ahead when applying.

     

     Kaiser Permanente Hospice Program Volunteer Services

     Kaiser Foundation Hospital

     975 Sereno Drive

     Vallejo, CA 94589

     707-645-2245

    Contact: Shelia Burton

     Shelia.Burton@kp.org

    Hospice Department: 707-645-2385

    • Patient Support
    • Family Support
    • Activities
    • Errands
    • Housekeeping
    • Personal Care
    • Bereavement Outreach

     

    SafeQuest

    http://safequest.us/help-us/volunteer/

    Retail Management

    Braylen James Business Solutions
    Georgette Ligons
    301 Georgia St. Ste. 376
    707-648-1429
    gligons@braylenjames.com
    Have Resume and Cover letter

    4 part 16-week program cycling through Research & Development; Marketing; Administration & Operations; Business Development

     

    Chick-fil-A Fairfield
    1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
    Aaron Eddy
    aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
    707-421-9631

    Paid: $11.00 per hour
    Flexible shift times
    Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
    Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

    Team Member Leadership Development Program

    Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

    Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

     

    Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

     

     

     

    Small business Management

    Braylen James Business Solutions
    Georgette Ligons
    301 Georgia St. Ste. 376
    707-648-1429
    gligons@braylenjames.com
    Have Resume and Cover letter

    4 part 16-week program cycling through Research & Development; Marketing; Administration & Operations; Business Development

     

    Chick-fil-A Fairfield
    1750 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533
    Aaron Eddy
    aaron.eddy@cfafranchisee.com
    707-421-9631

    Paid: $11.00 per hour
    Flexible shift times
    Internship ends at the end of the semester but there is possibility of staying over multiple semesters. 
    Enroll in OCED 090 to earn college credit for Internship

    Team Member Leadership Development Program

    Team members in this exclusive Leadership Development Program will work in our hospitality areas serving guests and executing our mission of having a position of influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A. In addition to working in hospitality, participants will cultivate leadership acumen, develop their entrepreneurial skill set and grow business knowledge in the five key sectors of our Vision, People, Quality, Sales Growth and Financial Return. 

    Qualifications: Team player, self-disciplined, receives feedback and coaching well, handles pressure. Enrolled in OCED 090 - Occupational Work Experience or 091 General Work Experience at Solano College.

     

    Training: Training and orientation will be performed by both the owner and leadership team. This process will include a basic explanation of food safety and security as well as our nationally recognized hospitality training. The companies mission, values and history will be taught by the owner. Our hope is that training and performance of the team member role will prepare you for career at Chick-fil-A or in any sector, as you will develop strong communication skills, emotional intelligence and discernment in challenging situations. 

     

     

     

    Transportation

    Metropolitan Transportation Commission
    The internship may be in the following sections: Legislation and Public Affairs, Planning, Programming and Allocations, Traveler Coordination and Information, Highway and Arterial Operations, and Bridge Oversight and Operations.

    http://jobs.mtc.ca.gov/InternshipOpportunities/CollegeInfo/
    collegeintern.html

    Veterinary Science

    Animal Place Rescue Ranch
    3448 Laguna Creek Trail, Vacaville CA
    707-449-4814
    http://animalplace.org/get-invovled-sanctuary-internships/

    This is a unique opportunity, particularly for students wishing to pursue veterinary medicine or animal behavior.

     

    Solano County Animal Shelter
    2510 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA
    Christy Alves
    707-784-1355
    CAAlves@SolanoCounty.com

     

     

     

    Water and Wastewater Technician

    Preplanning for WW internships is critical. You must have an OIT Certificate on file with the plant before you can start working.  This can take 6 to 8 weeks. Best to arrange the internship in the semester BEFORE you wish to work. You are not limited to the listed plants. Note: Doing an internship at any plant is not a guarantee of being interviewed or hired by that plant!

    There may be more current opportunities than listed below at the BACWWE site athttp://www.bacwwe.org/employment/opportunities/

     

    City of Fairfield

    1000 Webster St. Fairfield, CA 94533

    Karen Rees

    707-437-5380

    kress@Fairfield.ca.gov

     

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of American Canyon
    151 Mezzetta Ct., American Canyon, CA 94503
    Jay Atkinson
    707-647-4522
    jatkinson@CityofAmericanCanyon.org


    Operator and Biology. Must have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of Daly City
    153 Lake Merced Blvd, Daly City, CA 94015
    Kevin Brown
    kbrown@dalycity.org
    650-991-8204

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of Hayward WPCF
    3700 Enterprise Ave., Hayward, CA 94545
    Jesse Ochoa
    jesse.ochoa@hayward-ca.gov
    510-293-5099

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of Napa Water Department
    278 Kirkland Ranch Rd., Napa, CA
    Paul Prewitt
    pprewitt@cityofnapa.gov
    707-227-8218

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of Pittsburg
    65 Civic Ave., Pittsburg, CA 94565
    Walter Pease
    wpease@ci.pittsburg.ca
    925-252-4027
    Water Treatment Plant Operator Apprentice - Operations
    Water Treatment Plant Operator Apprentice - Laboratory
    Maintenance Worker - Water Distribution and Collection Systems

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    City of Yuba City
    302 Burns Ave., Yuba City, CA 95991
    Plant Operations Supervisor
    530-822-7698

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses

     

    Delta-Diablo Sanitation District
    2500 Pittsburg/Antioch HWY, Antioch, CA 94509
    Joaquin Gonzalez
    925-382-8664
    joaquin@deltadiablo.org

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Dublin San Ramon Services District, 
    7399 Johnson Drive, Pleasanton, CA 94588
    Levi Fuller
    925-675-2300

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD)
    PO Box 24055 MS#72, Oakland, CA 94623
    James F. Smith
    jfsmith@ebmud.com
    510-287-1967 (email preferred)
    *NOTE: This internship is for Water Treatment

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District
    1010 Chadbourne Road, Fairfield, CA 94534
    Brian Hawley
    Bhawley@fssd.com
    707-429-8930
    Operator Intern – unpaid

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Forestville WWTF
    6194 Forestville St., Forestville, CA 95436
    Fred Luna
    707-887-7206

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Ironhouse Sanitary District

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE: To be considered for this position, please submit completed application to:
    IRONHOUSE SANITARY DISTRICT
    P.O. Box 1105
    Oakley, CA 94561

    Applications may be obtained on the Ironhouse Sanitary District (ISD) website: ironhousesanitarydistrict.com or by calling (925) 625-2279 between the hours of 8:00 am to noon and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. A resume may accompany a completed application, however resumes without an application will not be considered.

    450 Walnut Meadows Dr. Oakley, CA 94561
    Chris Christean
    christean@isd.us.com
    925-625-2279

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses

     

    Napa Sanitation District
    1515 Soscal Ferry Rd. Napa, CA 94559
    Steven Chavis
    707-258-6000
    schavis@napasan.com                                                                                                

     

    National O&M

    18530 Wildwings Drive

    Woodland, CA 95695

    Jane R. May

    928-750-5839

     

    Oro Loma Sanitary District
    2600 Grant Ave. San Lorenzo, CA 94580
    Paul Zolfarelli
    510-276-4700

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Rodeo Sanitary District
    800 San Pablo Ave., Rodeo, CA 94572
    Steven Beall
    bealls@rodeosan.org
    510-799-2970

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    San Leandro Water Pollution Control
    3000 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577
    Chris Chan
    510-577-3434
    cwong@sanleandro.org

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses   

     

    SAUSALITO-MARIN CITY SANITARY DISTRICT
    To apply, candidates must submit a fully completed and signed SMCSD application (a resume also suggested) to the Sausalito–Marin City Sanitation District, Internship Program, P.O. Box 39, Sausalito CA 94966.

    There is an open application period for the Internship Program. Applicants can apply at any time and will be invited when positions are available. An application is available on the District website at www.smcsd.net.

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses

     

    Sequence Systems
    2008 Opportunity Drive #150, Roseville, CA 95678
    Mark DeSafey
    916-782-6900 x206
    www.sequencestaffing.com

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    South West Water Company
    201 East Street, Winters, CA 95694
    Jim Keating
    805-458-8734
    jkeating@swwc.com

    Passed grade 1 State Exam

     

    Union Sanitary District
    5072 Benson Road, Union City, CA 94587
    Larry Simmers
    larry_simmers@unionsanitary.com
    510-477-7562

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District
    450 Ryder Street, Vallejo, CA 94590
    Dan Ferguson
    707-644-8949 x241
    dferguson@vsfcd.com

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Veolia Water
    3000 Airport Road, Rio Vista, CA 94571
    Steve Dominguez
    Operations Manager
    707-374-2633

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

     

    Water Pollution Control Plant
    3000 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577
    Dean Wilson

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses

     

    West County Wastewater Treatment
    2910 Hilltop Drive., Richmond, CA 94806
    Joe Marajucon
    510-222-6700

    Recommended to have completed at least one semester of Water/Wastewater courses.

    Welding

    America Welding Society
    http://www.aws.org/w/a/membership/intern.html

    Internship National/State/County Databases

    Student Central
    http://www.studentcentral.com/

    Register as a Solano College Student and find local jobs and internships!

     

    The Volunteer Center of Solano County
    http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/index.jsp

    Lists Solano County organizations that accept volunteers to support services.

     

    City of Fairfield Volunteer Positions
    Karen Rees (unless otherwise noted in position description)
    707-428-7767
    http://www.fairfield.ca.gov/gov/depts/manager/volunteer/default.asp

    Lists a variety of positions - always worth checking out. CJ, office admin, water treatment, coaching, mentoring, etc.

     

    Intern Match
    http://www.internmatch.com/s/non-profit-internships/california

    Lists a variety of opportunity to intern with non-profit agencies.

     

    Intern Web
    http://www.internweb.com/search.asp

    Search by industry, location or type.

     

    USA Jobs - mostly paid internships through the US Department of Labor - you can narrow the search for local opportunities.
    https://www.usajobs.gov/

     

    State of CA Attorney General's Office
    http://oag.ca.gov/careers/students

    Good opportunities for those interested in careers in the law or justice areas.

     

    State of California Governor's Office
    http://gov.ca.gov/intern/

    The Governor's Office Executive Internship Program is designed for undergraduate students of all majors and backgrounds who have an interest in politics, California government and public service. 

     

    City of Sacramento
    http://www.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Volunteer-Opportunities

    A variety of positions are usually available in the police department, IT, GIS, Water Conservation, Arts Commission and the Mayor's office. Administrative, mass communications, media specialists etc.

     

    http://www.kcra.com/KCRA-3-KQCA-My58-Internship-Programs/17377960

    KCRA maintains a list of volunteer opportunities. Some would make wonderful internship opportunities.

     

    http://caljobsource.com/cainterns.html

    Find internship links with top companies and government agencies in the state

     

    http://www.internjobs.com

    InternJobs.com is a global database of internships and entry-level positions for students, recent graduates and career changers.

     

    http://www.jobsearchusa.org/jobs/entry-level-internships/all/

    Nationwide search database

     

    http://www.internshipprograms.com/

    Nationwide Search database

     

    County of Marin Civic Center
    http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/hr/ccvol/interns.cfm

    Internship and volunteer positions for many of the SCC major fields

     

    Internships.Com
    http://www.internships.com/

    Nationwide search database

     

    Monster Internship/Job Search
    http://jobs.monster.com/v-business-q-intern-jobs.aspx

    Nationwide Search database. Will search internships and regular jobs

     

    Bay Area Volunteer Information Center
    http://www.volunteerinfo.org

    Lists Bay Area nonprofit organizations that need volunteers to support their services.

     

    GrooveJob.com
    http://www.groovejob.com/browse/internships/in/CA/California/

    Search by city for internships.

     

    JobStar
    http://jobstar.org/index.php

    Search by type of job (internship) and city

     

    AmericanTowns.com
    http://www.americantowns.com/ca/fairfield-make-a-difference

    Can search by any city

     

    Greenbelt Alliance
    http://www.greenbelt.org/careers/
     Often has opportunities for urban planning, administrative, graphic design, event planning and outreach, research, political science

     

    Careers in Government
    http://www.careersingovernment.com/

    Can search for internships as well as regular employment

     

    College Grad
    http://www.collegegrad.com/internships

     

    Career Rookie
    http://www.careerrookie.com/

     

    College Recruiter
     http://www.collegerecruiter.com/

     

    Internship Finder
    http://www.internshipfinder.com/

     

     

    Yolo County Internship Program

    http://www.yolocounty.org/general-government/general-government-departments/human-resources/college-intern-program

     

    Yolo County Volunteer Opportunities

    http://www.yolocounty.org/general-government/general-government-departments/human-resources/volunteer-opportunitie

     

    Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education – Internship Programs

    http://standards.cas.edu/getpdf.cfm?PDF=E86CFB4D-0B9E-4853-6D82720BE0779895