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5/24/17

Amazon is now hiring part-time and full-time seasonal associates in SSF with hourly wags ranging from $13.75- $14.75 based on shifts taken. If this is something that may interest you check it out at amazon.com/bayareajobs

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5/24/17

The city of South San Francisco seeks engaged high school juniors and seniors to partipate in a summer work program. Participants will gain a wealth of work experience, connect with other students with similar interests and get paid for their time. Salary is $ 10.50 per hour.

If interested check out www.calopps.org

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5/14/17
The Reader Leader Program is a peer tutoring program that matches elementary school children entering 1st to 5th grades (READERS) with middle or high school students (LEADERS) for one-on-one reading sessions.
The program takes place during a six week period in the summer at both the the Main Library and the Grand Avenue Branch Library.
Readers are children who are below grade level in their reading skills.
Readers come to the program through the suggestion of their teachers or their parents. The library distributes flyers about the program to teachers at the local public and parochial schools. Teachers can refer children to the program who need extra practice with reading skills. Many parents become aware of the program through visits to the library or by word of mouth.
Leaders are recruited through flyers sent to the local middle and high schools. Leaders might also find out about the program through a visit to the library or from a friend. First time Leaders must attend a training session at the Main Library or Grand Avenue Branch Library in June.  Returning Leaders may fill out an application available at either library in June. Please visit our Volunteer page.
Training Session: Monday June 5th, 2017. 3-4pm at 840 West Orange Ave. Main Library Branch
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