The CHW Achiever Youth Program provides resident Middle School and High School youth with virtual leadership development and mentorship program; encouraging each youth to be a positive member of their community and achieve life-changing goals.
Through the CHW Achiever program, youth will have the opportunity to:
Receive ongoing Leadership-Workforce Development Mentorship
Attend Virtual Educational Workshops: Community Organizing, College & Career Pathways, and Financial Education
Give back to their community through community service, event planning and community organizing
Mentors will have the opportunity to support the student on the following topics:
1. Resume Writing 2. Homework Support 3. Crafting an Elevator Pitch 4. Networking 5. Interviewing 6. Career Mapping 7. Other hard skills (e.g. exploring necessary educational and work experience for students’ desired career field) 8. Other soft skills (e.g. understanding conflict resolution and workplace dynamics)
Mentors are needed between 4pm-6pm on Wednesday,and Friday, with the average session lasting approximately 1hr. Ideally, mentors can set a routine schedule and commit to at least 3 months of service. We will work around your life style and needs, of course!
Central Office, 3111 Camino del Rio North, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92108, US
"Opportunity begins with a stable home. Community HousingWorks provides and builds life-changing affordable apartments communities with resident-centered services for working families, seniors and people with disabilities to forge strong futures." Founded in 1988, Community HousingWorks (CHW) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that develops rehabilitates preserves and operates affordable apartment communities in San Diego and throughout California
Community HousingWorks is a San Diego based non-profit organization that helps people and communities move up in the world through opportunities to Own, Rent, and Achieve.
We believe, with a stable home, powerful tools, and community support, people can move themselves up in the world.
Through our comprehensive programs offered on-site and to the greater community, we proudly serve more than 8,000 people each year.
The Foundation: A Stable Home
For many, a stable home can provide a critical foundation needed to overcome life’s challenges. CHW builds and owns attractive, safe, and sustainable apartment communities in California that people can be proud to call home. Our award-winning apartments give people living on a limited income the chance to:
Find home stability
Pay an affordable rent
Be part of a strong community and access after-school and community programs on site
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 4, 2021
Math / Science Instruction
English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
Reading / Writing
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
1-hour (M-Th) for 3-4 months
Live Scan required and reimbursable- Must be In California to take Live Scan