Be a Computer Skills Instructor for an affordable housing community!
Community Corporation of Santa Monica
Objectives: Teach beginner to advanced computer skills classes for CCSM residents so as to provide the technology literacy so important for success as members of today’s 21-century workforce.
- Build relationships and trust with residents and property management
- Develops appropriate curriculum for beginner and advanced computer skills classes
- Teach weekly computer classes for students in computer techniques, internet use, and essential computer programs (e.g., Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
- Prepare materials, tools and community space used for facilitation of classes
- Notify supervisor of supplies needed
- Cleanup program space
- Set a good example by being punctual, enthusiastic, and helpful
- Report on program outcomes
- Perform community outreach and marketing as requested
- Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age (exceptions made at RS Manager’s discretion)
- Enthusiasm, patience, a sense of fun, and a concern for safety are essential
- All volunteer’s who drive as part of their service (this excludes transportation from home to CCSM properties) are required to maintain proof of automobile insurance and a valid driver’s license
- Knowledge of computers and computer programs
About Community Corporation of Santa Monica
1423 Second Street, Suite B, Santa Monica, CA 90401, US
Every human being has a decent, safe place to live.
We build livable communities through focused, stakeholder driven, team-based collaboration. We do this in support of our vision. We pride ourselves on not only doing things right, but also doing the right things.
We exist for the charitable and public purpose objective of providing individuals and families with economic opportunity by developing and managing affordable housing for low and moderate income households.
Community Corporation of Santa Monica is a locally based, non-profit organization committed to developing and managing affordable housing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. A key mission of the organization is to provide housing to lower wage working families. Since its inception in 1982, CCSM has developed over 1500 units of permanent affordable housing in Santa Monica. It currently provides housing to approximately 3,300 people.
In 2006 its Resident Services Department began providing referral services, group workshops and presentations, onsite programming and community outreach. CCSM uses its On-Site Resident Services Volunteer Program as a means of engaging and improving the quality of life of these residents.