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The Milpitas Recreations and Community Services Department is seeking a student intern to assist with community special events.
Job duties will consist, but are not limited to some of the following: contact vendors, setting up special events, working on holidays and weekends and more.
The hours will be 25 hours per week from July 2018 through June 2019.
Days and Hours of Internship Assignment
Monday through Friday
Some Weekends and holidays
The City of Milpitas' Recreation and Community Services Department is seeking a Student Internship for the Senior Center Division.
The Recreation (Senior Services) Intern will gain experience in many different areas of Senior Center programming to allow for the most valuable overall work experience possible. Intern will assist Senior Center staff with various programs, projects, and special events. The intern will gain hands-on experience working with program development and implementation, budget management, registration processes, and customer service.
The Recreation Leader/ Sports Coach and Referee will be a member of a dynamic team charged with delivering creative, innovative, and enriching recreational programs for the Emeryville Recreation Center. This position will be primarily responsible for leading our soccer, basketball, flag football, volleyball, and/or t-ball league programs and Saturday fee classes.
The Terra Linda and Hamilton Community Pools are now accepting applications for Recreation Leaders. Come experience a summer full of sun, teamwork and community! All positions are seasonal and part-time. Pool season begins the end of February and will run until early October. Positions are seasonal and we are looking for applicants who can work more than one season.
The Position: The City is currently recruiting for part-time, substitute Crossing Guards. Duties include: safely assisting school children in crossing busy intersections by halting vehicles through the use of mechanical signals and/or hand-held stop signs; maintaining order among children waiting to cross the street at street crossing points; permitting street crossing only when safe to do so; reporting the license numbers of vehicles violating school crosswalk-related traffic laws to Community Services management personnel or the Simi Valley Police Department; and, inst