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Community Learning Hub - Office Support (ESP.)

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Mission Neighborhood Centers Inc.

  • 2 people are interested

MNC's Precita Learning Hub is looking for a bilingual spanish speaking volunteer who can help one of our older staff learn how to use "Canva.com" to make flyers, work with data entry and input on spreadsheets, and just support with basic technology on her work computer.

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About Mission Neighborhood Centers Inc.


362 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA 94110, US

Mission Statement

Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. delivers culturally sensitive, multi-generational community-based services focused on low-income families. We develop and promote leadership skills that empower families to build strong, healthy and vibant neighborhoods.


MNC provides a continuum of programs and services to over 3000 low-income children, youth, parents and seniors at 11 sites throughout the greater Mission District, including Mission Bay, Excelsior and Bayview/Hunters Point. We are a family-focused agency because evidence shows that when each individual member of a family is supported, the strength and success as family unit is increased.

  • Children's Services - As a designated Head Start grantee, we provide early care & preschool to over 400 children, ages 0-5.
  • Youth Development - We serve high-risk youth, ages 10-18, including after-school programs, leadership development, Safe Haven, violence prevention and GED classes. Our gender specific program, Mission Girls, reaches over 300 young women, ages 9-18 each year.
  • Healthy Aging Senior Programs - We offer educational & enrichment programs to 500 seniors, ages 60+, including nutritious meals, exercise classes, computer literacy, cultural activities, flield trips & more.
  • Workforce Development - we offer job training to high-risk young adults, ages 16-24, with first time placement into the construction and clean & green economy fields. Most participants come from the Southeast sector of San Francisco and are at risk of dropping out of school and/or criminal & gang involvement.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


Fri Nov 20, 2020 - Fri Feb 05, 2021
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM  


534 Precita AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94110



  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Google Apps
  • Internet Research




  • Must be at least 20
  • The times are flexible - we can accommodate during normal working hours as long as it is during the typical work week (M-F)
  • Candidate must have a working and/or strong knowledge of Spanish.

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