Resource Desk advocates work directly with Oak Park families, connecting them to community organizations providing free or low-cost resources like food, clothing, and childcare. This position requires a consecutive two-quarter commitment (winter and spring 2016) and is contingent upon passing a drug test and background check. Note the mandatory training in Sacramento on January 9, 2016 and biweekly meetings held in Davis starting January 13, 2016. CHPT will interview applicants for this position over the phone beginning Monday, November 16, 2015.
A full position description can be found in the PDF below. All advocate slots will be filled before the quarter begins. Apply by email (see PDF for details). If, after reading the position description, you have questions about the Resource Desk project, please feel to contact David Kaiser-Jones at email@example.com.