Our MissionThe mission of the Mexican American
Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is to provide for the socio-economic betterment of the greater Latino community of California, while preserving the pride, values and heritage of the Mexican American culture.
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MAOF Headquarters401 N. Garfield Avenue
Montebello, CA 90640
(323) 890-9637 fax
MAOF Commerce5657 E. Washington Blvd.
Commerce, CA 90040
MAOF Kern CountyBPPE Info
2130 Chester Ave., Suite 200.
Bakersfield, CA 93301
MAOF Monterey County11 Quail Run Circle, Suite 101
Salinas, CA 93907
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Info: (323) 278-3890
More Info: http://www.maof.org/get-up-get-moving/
The event featured entertainment with bands, Mariachi, folklorico dancers and impersonators of famous singing artists, such as Paquita! In addition, a hot lunch Seniors enjoyed the day with dancing and socializing with others from the community.
Seniors Program Director Elizabeth Jimenez thanked everyone in attendance as well as the volunteers who helped make this event possible.
Spnsors of the Senior Tardeada included CareMore, White Memorial Medical Center, del Real Foods and PhRMA.
Closing Date: Open until Filled
Customer service, manage in-coming calls, coordinating client traffic, organizing and entering all incoming work, heavy filing, staff assistance as needed, ability to problem solve, data entry, child care determination of services, assessing client special needs and ability to refer clients to needed programs.
- High School Diploma or equivalent required.
- AA degree or higher preferred.
- Five (5) years in customer service experience.
- English/Spanish and/or Chinese/English and the Chinese/English is preferred.
- Ability to perform complex program requirements.
- Strong organizational, analytic and administrative skills.
- Intermediate computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word.
- Experience handling sensitive and confidential matters.
- Special Qualifications
- Must meet State health requirements including passing a physical examination as a condition of employment, and must provide verification of a TB clearance at the time of employment.
- Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department. Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.
- Educational transcripts are required.
- Bilingual required.
To Apply Download an Employment Application and submit with a resume to:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about MAOF, please visit our Human Resource Department located at 401 N. Garfield Ave., Montebello, CA. 90640. Faxed resumes and incomplete applications will not be accepted.
It is the MAOF’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees, without regard to race, color, religion (including dress and grooming practices), national origin, sex (including breast feeding and conditions relating to breast feeding and childbirth)gender, gender identity and expression, age (except where gender or age is a bona-fide occupational qualification, as defined by law), ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, military and veteran status, status as a Vietnam-era veteran or qualified disabled veteran, or physical or mental disability or medical condition (as defined under state or federal employment laws) (except when the disability prevents the individual from being able to perform the essential functions of the job and when the individual cannot be reasonably accommodated) ), genetic characteristics, genetic information, and any other characteristic or practice which is protected by law.
A high school freshman slumped in his chair and made no eye contact with the teacher. He wouldn’t talk in class, and certainly didn’t tell anyone what was going on in his life.
After several months of trying to connect with him, a City Year educator finally had a breakthrough when the student began to tear up during a hallway conversation. “There are no magic words that turn a student’s life around,” the educator said. “It takes a steady drumbeat of support and encouragement.”
About 1.2 million students drop out of high school every year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The ninth grader, who made it through the school year, will not be one of them due to the relentless work of City Year.
The event celebrated children of all ages, and offered activities such as Face Painting, Exercise games through Choose Health LA Child Care (CHLACC), and rock climbing for the adventurous ones. This free event included a plethora of resources from local community organizations.