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teaching self sufficiency through education

TSE

TSE are looking for young people aged 15-18 living in Oakland, CA, who together with the current Board members will support the work of TSE. These youth will represent young people from different backgrounds, living in Oakland, CA. Each of them will bring a different insight to the table to discuss the issues affecting youth in California.

TSE Junior Members of the board, basic responsibilities include, but are not limited to

  • Determining which of the organization’s youth programs are consistent with its mission
  • Assisting with Fundraising and other Outreach tactics
  • Assisting with planning and implementing local family events
  • Adhering to legal and ethical standards and norms
  • Clearly defining and articulating the organization’s mission, accomplishments and goals to gain support from the community and enhancing the organization’s public image
  • Overall, board members have a duty of loyalty to the organization, its staff and other board members. While differences of opinion will likely arise, board members should keep disagreements impersonal. By practicing discretion and accepting decisions made on a majority basis, the board can accomplish unity and confidence in its decisions.

TSE Junior Board Members should be open to self evaluation and regularly review their own composition to ensure constituent representation, board expertise and commitment. TSE board members perform their responsibilities through regular meetings and a committee structure that is appropriate for the size of the board and organization. TSE board members are responsible for arriving at meetings well-prepared and ready to engage in thoughtful dialogue.

Board meetings are held monthly via zoom.

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About teaching self sufficiency through education

Location:

611 COPPOLA CT, merced, CA 95348, US

Mission Statement

Teaching Self-Sufficiency through Education (TSE) mission is to provide services that empower Oakland families experiencing chronic and real time difficulties within their life and community. The specific purpose for TSE is to empower and encourage low income people to build stronger and healthier relationships to better the lives of their families.

Description

TSE goal is to provide effective educational and supportive services/resources to capitalize on the strengths of the families and build personal self-appreciation, relationships, and motivate them find value in their communities and neighbors. Our services will include but are not limited to Intake, Screening and Parenting/Educational group. Referrals (for abuse treatment), Housing, Counseling and Mental Health services will be available as well.

Board Development
Children & Youth
Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Literacy / Reading
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • Youth Services
  • Office Reception

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training
  • TSE is looking for 3 youth living in the Bay Area looking to earn extra curriculum volunteer hours.
  • Must live in the Bay Area. Preferably Oakland, CA and must be 15-18 years old.

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