MakerSpace Technology Aide - South San Francisco Public Library
RSVP of San Mateo & Northern Santa Clara Counties
Library MakerSpace Technology Aide, Main Library
Duties: Play a meaningful and creative role in the South San Francisco Library Community at our Technology Learning Center and MakerSpace. During volunteer time, you will receive training on "maker" technologies, such as Ultimaker2 3D printers, DiWire Machine, Arduino, sewing machines, vinyl cutters, design software, and more. You will work as a member of our staff providing service to the community, technology training and instruction, and come up with creative ways to assess and improve our current MakerSpace and Technology Education programs. You will have the opportunity to work hands-on in programs and workshops that match your interests and our community's needs.
The ideal candidate will be a person who is creative, is comfortable learning technology, has a desire to to MakerSpace skill to all ages, and is team-oriented and collaborative.
Orientation: Full training will be provided to all volunteers.
Time Commitment: 1-2 hour shift one or more times per week; a 3-month time commitment is required.
About RSVP of San Mateo & Northern Santa Clara Counties
Mills Peninsula Senior Focus, 1720 El Camino Real, Ste 10, Burlingame, CA 94010, US
RSVP is a nationwide network of experienced adults who contribute their time and talents to important programs that strengthen their communities. RSVP of San Mateo & Northern Santa Clara Counties is sponsored by Mills-Peninsula Health Services. RSVP is administered by the Corporation for National & Community Service, the federal agency that supports service and volunteering programs to improve lives, strengthen communities and foster civic engagement. We serve all of San Mateo County and the cities of Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Mountain View. Palo Alto, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills in Santa Clara County.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY!
RSVP provides opportunities for people 55 and over to make a difference in their community through volunteer service. RSVP volunteers contribute anywhere from a few to over forty hours a week, serving through schools, day care centers, police departments, hospitals and other nonprofit and public organizations to help meet critical community needs. RSVP offers maximum flexibility and choice to its volunteers. RSVP matches the personal interests and skills of older Americans with opportunities to help solve community problems and offers supplemental insurance while on duty, pre-service orientation, and on-the-job training from the agency or organization where volunteers are placed.