Here are the ways you can “get involved” at Community Boards.
Subscribe to Our Mailing List
Join our mailing list to receive our e-newsletter, training announcements, and program updates. Click here to subscribe to Constant Contact.
Become a CB Member
We encourage people interested in supporting our mission and our work to become members. Click here for more information about our Membership Program.
Train as a Volunteer Community Mediator
If you would like to become one of our volunteer Community Mediators, you must take The Basics of Mediation training. We provide a limited number of scholarships to help us maintain the diversity of our mediator pool. If you have questions, contact Sarah Moss, Mediation and Training Coordinator, at email@example.com. Click here for information about The Basics of Mediation.
Join Our Growing Board of Directors
Community Boards’ Board of Directors needs your expertise and dedication to continue our forty-five years of public service to San Francisco’s many diverse communities and their residents. As a member of the board, you’ll help Community Boards sustain, improve, and expand the critical resources needed for a safer, respectful, and healthier San Francisco. If you’re interested and would like to learn more, please send an email to Learn_More@communityboards.org, ATTN: Board.
Restorative Justice Coordinator
The person in this position is responsible for overseeing the coordination and delivery of Community Boards’ Restorative Community Circle (RCC) Healing Justice grant and services for pre and post charged adult felony related cases. This includes: 1.) Coordinating with program partners, 2.) Overseeing and leading intake, case development, pre-meeting, and facilitation with the ‘harmed persons and the one who harmed’, restorative justice conferences, and/or circles 3.) Training and oversight of volunteer facilitators and possible supervision of staff RCC facilitator, 4.) Maintaining and reporting data, 5.) Assisting with story-telling and narratives about the program, and 6.) Developing strong partnerships and collaborations with other Healing Justice grantees.
Housing Stabilization Coordinator
The Housing Stabilization Program Coordinator is a 32-hour position through June 2023, with continuation based on grant funding. The Housing Stabilization Coordinator 1) Plans and delivers services for our Rising Up program and ensures that the grant deliverables are met and 2) Acts as the point person for the young adult and transitional age youth housing program to ensure that the participants and case managers are being linked with Community Boards’ service providers.
Apply to Our Internship Program
You may wish to assist with intake & case management during business hours. To do so, you need to join our Internship Program. Click here for information about our Internship Program.
Assist with Outreach & Public Education
Outreach and public education are important, ongoing activities. We always have a number of opportunities. If you’re interested, please contact Margery Fairchild, Community Engagement Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.