Heart 2 Heart
Each One Teach One
 

Heart 2 Heart incorporates the “each one, teach one” method toward achieving health equity. This is an approach that has been woven into many “Promotora”/ Community Health Advocate/Residential Health Advocate models. The projects and interventions incorporate the perspectives, voices, and ideas of community members that inform a structure for community strengthening and capacity building. Below, please find information about upcoming events and initiatives. 


H2HJobFair22015 Semi-Annual Job & Education Fair

The Heart 2 Heart Program and the City of Berkeley Youth Commission will offer youth and adults an opportunity to find jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities with more than 20 area employers!  Network, obtain career information and gain valuable experience speaking to employers and academic institutions.

This event is open to community members of all ages!

Please note that youth under 18 will need to obtain a work permit once hired. Resources may be available to advise youth about the work permit application process.

Date:

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Time:

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Where:  

 

MLK Youth Services Center / Young Adult Project
1730 Oregon Street
Berkeley, CA  94703 

  • Employers will offer both entry level and advanced positions.
  • Interviews and onsite hiring!
  • Academic institutions will offer enrollment opportunities.
  • Vocational programs will provide information about training opportunities. 
  • FREE drop-in resume-building and interview skill building session!
  • FREE health and blood pressure screenings for event participants!
  • Social service and health programs will provide services and resources.

Information and Vendor Registration  

If your organization is interested in participating as a vendor please submit a vendor application by Friday, March 6, 2015.

Vendor  Application (pdf)  |  Informational Flyer (pdf)

For more information please contact:
Katherine Brown
(510) 981-5289 
kbrown@cityofberkeley.info  
 

 

Participating Vendors 
  • 100 Black Men of the Bay Area  
  • Alameda County Community Food Bank  
  • Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnerships  
  • Ann Chandler Public Health Clinic  
  • Bay EMT  
  • Berkeley City College  
  • Berkeley Police Department  
  • Berkeley Public Library  
  • California Highway Patrol  
  • Carrington College  
  • City of Berkeley Human Resources
  • City of Berkeley Parks & Recreation  
  • City of Berkeley Tobacco Prevention  
  • Civicorp  
  • Covered California/Health & Human Resource Education Center  
  • Destination College Advising Corps at UC Berkeley  
  • Downtown TAY  
  • Easy Does It  
  • Every Woman Counts  
  • Golden 1 Credit Union  
  • Local Wise Jobs  
  • NCP College of Nursing  
  • Oakland PIC  
  • Port of Oakland  
  • Safeway  
  • United States Postal Service  
  • Wardrobe for Opportunity  
  • Women’s Cancer Resource Center  
  • YMCA  
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