Community Services Fair – January 25

A Community Services Fair designed to connect students and the community to volunteer, jobs and internship opportunities will be held at Fullerton College on Saturday, January 25 at 9:30 a.m. The fair will be held on the campus quad and will feature more than a dozen local non-profit organizations, local government and campaign offices recruiting individuals for internships, jobs and volunteer work.

“This is a great opportunity for students and the community to learn more about political campaigns, resources available and ways to get involved,” said professor Jodi Balma. Balma teaches political science and leads the Honors Program at Fullerton College.

“Some of the organizations that will be present on January 25 have short-term, paid opportunities available, such as the Census 2020 office, which has many different jobs available with competitive salaries and flexible schedules, making them ideal for students.”

Other organizations in attendance will include:

  • Assemblyman Philip Chen’s Office
  • Crittenton Services for Children and Families
  • Jamboree Housing
  • Orange County Registrar of Voters
  • Rep. Gil Cisneros’ Office
  • Elizabeth Warren for President
  • Monkey Business Café
  • HIS House
  • Joya Scholars
  • California Democratic Party
  • LGBTQ Center of Orange County
  • Sergio Contreras for OC Board Supervisor
  • Mental Health Association of Orange County
  • Probation Department of Orange County
  • Andy Thorburn for OC Board of Education
  • Josh Newman for Senate
  • Rep. Katie Porter’s Office

The fair will be held on the campus quad from 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. For more information visit Facebook or email jbalma@fullcoll.edu

Author: Jazmin

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