Due to the COVID-19 situation, Health 4 Humanity, Inc. a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is setting up online career counseling service (online platform) and professional development topic of seminars to provide further education to youth (13-23) regarding college preparation and career preparation. We are currently seeking speakers, mentors and career counselors to provide content, knowledge, and support to our youth on a monthly basis. Previously experience is preferred but not restricted. https://www.health4humanity.org/events/
Speaker - Host interactive live events/seminars/workshops on a semi-monthly basis to youth. - Or able to pre-cord content videos/classes to share with youth
Mentor & Career Counselor - Assist students to choose majors/classes/internships accordingly. - Assist students for job search, résumé writing, and interviewing techniques - Listen and understand students' concerns in order to provide guidance and advice. - Assist students in building future educational or career paths, such as evaluate their abilities and interests, overcome challenges and obstacles, and develop necessary skills.
If you care about youth education, want to share your experience and knowledge, like to give advice and guidance, want to join a fun and innovative team, contact us today to be considered! Serious applicants only.
15808 Hesperian Blvd #323, San Lorenzo, CA 94580, US
Health 4 Humanity, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research organization, aims to enhance the professional development of minority women and youth by providing career development seminars, career counseling and networking events. Our three main purposes are scientific, educational, and charitable.
One of Health 4 Humanity, Inc.'s main research focuses is conducting basic research in social sciences and humanities (5417-1.6): Providing basic research services focused on the scientific study of social systems, social institutions, and social behavior and on the scientific study of the cultures of human societies, the analytical and critical methods of inquiry derived from an appreciation of human values, and the unique abilities of the human spirit to express itself. Includes: research in the areas of psychology; linguistics; economics, management and commerce; education; political science; sociology; cultural anthropology; law, justice, and criminology; library science and curatorial studies; and other social sciences.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.