Once again, MYEEP had a wonderful time at the University of California, Berkeley’s “Cal Day” open house! Over 100 of our participants joined in on the festivities including student organization tables, open lectures, dorm tours, and of course, the free giveaways. A special congratulations goes out to Group 7 and their Coordinator Chaperone, Tyree Johnson for winning this year’s Scavenger Hunt!
Until next year, thank you to all of our coordinators for chaperoning the youth and Berkeley’s Alpha Phi Omega for partnering with us!
2013 summer application is out! -
MYEEP’s 2013 Summer Application is now available here. You can also pick up an application at any of our ten locations. To be eligible for MYEEP this summer, you must meet ALL of the follow requirements:
Applications must be submitted in person at the MYEEP location closest to where you live by the close of business on Friday, April 19, 2013.
Good luck and we look forward to meeting you!
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For the current school-year program, MYEEP Central Office is hosting one wonderful intern, Haley Huang, from our JVS location. Haley is currently a 9th grader at Lowell High School and is working as the Communications Intern for Central Office located at the Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC). Keep reading below to hear Haley’s thoughts on MYEEP!
I love it here at JCYC. Everyone is so friendly, outgoing, and very funny. It’s not like the boring offices you see on television. Everyone in the office is close to one another by the pictures they have, the pranks, and they are always laughing. Sometimes we have rocket wars which are ridiculously fun!
In the beginning of workshops at JVS, everyone was shy, but the CITs and Diana would play icebreakers which loosen the mood up. They taught us about teamwork, presentation skills, banking, budgeting our money, and what is appropriate for work and what is not. The presentation skills MYEEP has taught me helped me a lot in life. For example, during class I’m not afraid to raise my hand like before. I used to be shy and intimidated. Also, because of my newly learned skills, I was more open to new people and made a lot of new friends at school.
MYEEP helps set the ground for your future. There are many great opportunities for scholarships, internships, and future (dream) jobs. You also get the job experience and a little bit of money just for you to spend, save for the future, help pay bills for your family, or just emergency cash.
West Bay Conference Center
1290 Fillmore Street (cross street: Eddy)
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Bi-Rite is hiring cashiers, ice cream scoopers, deli servers, service butchers, cooks, produce and grocery stockers, supervisors and a visual merchandising assistant for the new market (550 Divisadero St), the existing market (3639 18th St), and the creamery (3692 18th St)!
Most positions are full-time (40 hours/week) and 18 and older is preferred.
Why do I want to work for Bi-Rite?
Bi-Rite is a learning community with endless opportunities for on-the-job training and education about food and service. Our unique staff culture and generous benefits package sets us apart from other food businesses. We offer a 20% discount on purchases throughout the store, a medical and dental plan after 90 days, a meal with your shift, a 401K retirement plan after one year of employment, access to 18 Reasons classes and the opportunity for career advancement.
I’m interested, how do I apply?
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