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VYDC job opportunities require a commitment to providing high quality and culturally appropriate services. We like to lead by example and hope to inspire other Southeast Asian refugees and immigrants to make positive changes in their lives. Our wonderful staff always goes above and beyond their duties to ensure participants are taken care of. If you?re interested in VYDC job opportunities, please contact us. VYDC offers a fun, inclusive, and multicultural environment to work in that will help you grow both professionally and personally.

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VYDC is seeking a dynamic credentialed ESL instructor. The credentialed ESL Teacher will provide ESL instruction to monolingual and limited English-proficient Vietnamese adults and helping them achieve their goals. Educational learning areas include, and is not limited to workplace reading, writing and computer skills. Part-time morning or evening teaching hours weekday and maybe weekend plus paid preparation time. This is a contracted job with the project ending on June 30, 2017 with potential extension.

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The Prevention Specialist is responsible for planningand implementing program related activities.These include facilitating health education workshops, peer support groups and organizing youth interactive activities for at risk and immigrant youth between the ages of 10-21. The goal is to prevent, delay or reduce the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) among Asian Pacific Islander youth, as well as promote their mental wellness and improve communications and relationships within their family unit. Goals are met through an array of culturally competent primary prevention and early intervention services and education implemented in a safe and welcoming environment for youth in the Tenderloin, Southeast Asian and at-risk youth throughout San Francisco.

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The Vietnamese Youth Development Center seeks for Group Facilitator as a consultant to facilitate our Strengthening Families Program (SFP) groups. Strengthening Families Program (SFP) is a 14 week program that parents/guardians and their middle school teens can participate in a group setting. This program focus on improving parenting skills, family relationships, life skills, as well as addressing teen behaviors while supporting their goals and dreams. The goal of the Asian Youth Prevention Services is to prevent, delay or reduce the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) among Asian Pacific Islander youth by providing an array of culturally competent primary prevention and early intervention services implemented in a safe and welcoming environment through a collaboration of seven community-based agencies.