Bay Area Opportunities

These opportunities are for US official Intel retirees only.

Updated 10/5/2017


Palo Alto Art Center school tours guide
Do you love art and sharing that art with children?  The Palo Alto Art Center is excited to announce that we will be holding new docent training sessions this September. Docents help lead school tours for the Project Look program. Project Look serves k-8th graders and includes an interactive tour of our galleries and hands-on art activities. Our docent community is a vibrant one, committed to lifelong learning and inspiring a love of art in all children.   Click here for training schedules and Art Center contact information.  Intel contact for this opportunity is Rita Holiday, rita.holiday@intel.com,  Community Engagement Manager for the Bay Area.


African American Community Services Agency
Intel is looking for an Intel retiree to facilitate Online Safety Workshops for Senior Citizens at the African American Community Services Agency in San Jose, CA. The Volunteer will facilitate 1-hour online safety courses called “Silver Surfers” to senior citizens. Intel has created the presentation and will send the file to the volunteer.
Commitment: Facilitate 3 1-hour sessions per quarter to new group of seniors. Ideally, the sessions will take place on a Saturday morning, 9 or 10am until 11:30 a.m.  For more information visit:  http://www.sjaacsa.com/


Youth Development & Support
CASA (Child Advocates of Silicon Valley) (website)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area (website)
Junior Achievement of Northern California (website)
Citizen Schools Bay Area (website)


STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math)
Junior Achievement of Silicon Valley (website)
Girls for A Change (website)
Techbridge for Girls (East Bay) (website)
Girls Scouts after School Outreach Programs (website)
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula (website)
RAFT: Resource Area for teaching (website)

Hunger & Homelessness
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara & San Mateo Counties (website)
Sacred Heart Community Services (website)
Sunnyvale Community Services (website)
Habitat for Humanity (East Bay & Silicon Valley) website
Habitat for Humanity (San Francisco) website
City Team International (Bay Area, East Bay, Silicon Valley) website
San Francisco Food Bank (website)

Environmental volunteers needed
Ulistac Nature Open Area (website)
Guadalupe River Parks & Gardens (website)
Save the Bay (website)

Resources about volunteering & service
Corporation for National & Community Service   (website)

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