Dear East Bay Getting to Zero community,
Below you will find a collection of resources and updates from our network, our partner organizations and our general community.
This webpage is updated twice a month and features the latest job, funding, internship, scholarship, youth and training opportunities from our broader East Bay Getting to Zero network. Please contact us if you want to add your listing.
Updated November 9th, 2021
WORLD is hiring for the following three positions: Program Service and Advocacy Director, Community Service Navigator and Community Outreach Worker. Learn more about WORLD and the open positions here.
YES Nature to Neighborhoods is a Richmond-based organization that is seeking a YES Adult Engagement Specialist. Learn more about the position here.
The Center for Environmental Health is hiring a Digital Coordinator. Learn more abojut the position here.
Bay Area Community Heath is hiring for the following positions: HIV Program Supervisor, HIV Housing Coordinator, HIV Housing Navigator, Outreach Worker/CDAC.
The California Department of Public Health STD Control Branch is recruiting for a Research Scientist II. Learn more about the position here.
HIVE in partnership with National Clinician Consultation Center and Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center, is hosting a webinar series featuring Dr. Karen A. Scott MD, MPH, FACOG: The intersection of Misogynoir, Obstetric Racism and HIV: a 3-Part Webinar Series (11/12/21, 12/3/21 and 1/7/22). Learn more and register here.
Dream Youth Clinic is holding a collaborative Green Get Together planting and plant pop-up Event with Hort Culture, a partnership workforce development program with Covenant House. The event will take place Saturday, November 13th from 11-3pm.
Resources for your clients
The California Health Care Foundation, in partnership with UCSF, is conducting a survey of Community Health Workers/Promotores in California. The survey results will be used to help inform emerging policies. The deadline for completing the survey is November 19. Learn more and complete the survey here.
In 2020, the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers conducted a survey to help us better understand the impact of COVID-19 on community-based organizations in California serving people living with and vulnerable to HIV, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and overdose. The survey addressed a variety of topics including the impact of COVID-19 on your organization’s services, operations, staffing, and budget. They are now conducting a follow-up survey to ask about your organizational health, one year later.