Juma offers youth a great opportunity to work and make career dreams a reality. Juma offers employment opportunities, the chance to build workplace skills, training on how to manage money and save, counseling to develop a plan for building a career and connections to jobs and education opportunities to help get there.
You can apply to become a Juma Youth if you are between 16-24 years old (depending on the city where you are applying). Special consideration for youth who:
- Have experienced homelessness or temporary housing
- Have been involved in the foster care system
- Have a juvenile or criminal justice history
The Y Social Impact Center - WIOA Case Manager
The Employment and Training's Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Out-of-School (WIOA OSY) Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team in our Young Adult Services department of the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle. The Employment and Training WIOA OSY Case Manager will split their time working in the cities of Seattle and Federal Way providing pre-employment training, internships, and general employment and training support services to low-income young adults (18-24 year olds) who are or have experienced homelessness as well as other systems, such as foster care and criminal justice system. Case management services are youth-centered and youth-driven, and include supporting each participant achieve their goals toward safe and stable housing, employment, education, navigating systems, building community, and developing life skills as they strive for self-sufficiency.
EarthCorps is hiring Crew Leaders and Crew Members for our 2022 Corps Program! EarthCorps is a Seattle-based non-profit organization with a mission to build global community through local environmental service. EarthCorps' Corps Program is an intensive year-long training program that unites young adults (ages 18-25) to learn skills in community building, environmental restoration, and reflective practice.
Patagonia Seattle is hiring Customer Experience Guide. All positions include health, mental health, dental, and vision benefits, 401k, paid vacation and sick time, maternity/paternity leave, commuter benefits, a great discount on Patagonia gear, and more!
Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association
The Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) integrates Art, Nature, and Neighborhood to build and sustain a dynamic Delridge. DNDA was founded in 1996, and since then has provided innovative and inclusive programming, promoting social, racial, and environmental justice. DNDA is hiring for multiple positions, including:
Bankrate - Scholarship guide for LGBTQ students
Paying for college is complex and confusing for many students, however, this is especially true for LGBTQ students who lack parental guidance and support throughout the application process.
To help combat this crucial issue, Bankrate created a guide to help LGBTQ students find scholarships that reduce their loan burden and discover alternative methods of funding their education.
Seattle Foundation ignite powerful, rewarding philanthropy to make the Greater Seattle area stronger, more vibrant community for all. The Seattle Foundation has launched their scholarship cycle for the 2020-21 academic year. Many scholarships are in partnerships with local organizations. Click the link below to check out over 50 scholarships you could be eligible for.
Do you identify as LGBTQ+ or questioning? And do you live in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington? Great news! You are likely eligible to apply for a scholarship!
The Pride Foundation has more than 60 scholarship funds—but students only need to complete one application. The variety of different funds allow them to offer a wide range of scholarship awards that encourage students of all backgrounds and educational interests to apply.
2021 Bridge Conference - October 26-29
Now in its 19th year, School’s Out Washington’s annual Bridge Conference brings together school-age care providers, youth development professionals, leaders, community organizers, funders, and policy makers from across the country. Attendees hear from thought-provoking presenters and learn new strategies to build strong programs and equitable systems for young people, in and out of school. Reflected in all aspects of the Bridge Conference are the values of equity, belonging, leadership, nourishment, change, innovation, and community. Our attendees and presenters, who represent the diverse communities we serve across Washington, come together to celebrate, influence, and learn in community with the expanded learning field.
WA Department of Children, Youth, and Families has partnered with Treehouse to provide direct cash assistance to young adult alumni of foster care ages 23-26. Eligible young adults will receive $1,000 in financial assistance for any need, including anything related to housing, food, education, employment, utilities, technology, and more. These funds are time limited and only available until September 24, 2021. Visit treehouseforkids.
Inside Out International Conference
The Inside Out International Conference is looking for presenters working to turn the trend of an indoor childhood back out to nature. The conference is on May 9-12, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Select from six dynamic conference tracks and prepare to share your expertise with nature connection leaders from around the world.
The are now accepting proposals for conference break-out and poster sessions. Proposals are due by September 30, 2021. Selected presenters will be notified in November.