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ReServe Service & Employment Opportunities

Over and over, we meet seniors and people with disabilities who want to find work and contribute to their communities. But many aren't sure where to look, or are hampered by ageism, ableism and other barriers. We are taking steps to change this by partnering with ReServe, a national organization founded in 2005.

SF ReServe matches senior and adults with disabilities (ReServists) with rewarding part-time, paid opportunities at local nonprofits and public agencies (Partners). By tapping into a lifetime of experience, ReServists helps Partners build a better San Francisco.

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Energize a Cause with Your Experience
Earn a stipend while serving your community in a part-time assignment.

Advance Your Mission with Experience
Engage a ReServist to provide direct service, administrative support, or added capacity.

Initial SF ReServist positions include computer tutors, peer mentors, administrative support, human resources and volunteer coordination, experienced database development, and outreach in the Visitation Valley and Richmond districts. If interested, please register for a First Impressions information session.

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Got Skills? Want Work Experience?

Join us for the launch of our new SF ReServe Program to match seniors and people with disabilities with part time jobs at community organizations. And learn about other work and volunteer opportunities to contribute to your community.

FREE! Come learn how to energize a cause with your experience. To register, call Community Living Campaign at 415.821.1003, email, or register online.

Presentations, Resources, One-to-One Help and More

  • Presentations by organizations ready and able to provide training and support to seniors and adults with disabilities
  • Resource tables about affordable internet access, benefits counseling, volunteer opportunities and more
  • Hands-on help to sign-up for various programs
  • FREE computer help & training in your neighborhood
  • Opportunities to share your ideas about how to better put seniors and adults with disabilities to work
  • Refreshments, Lunch, and Raffle

Participating organizations include: Community Living Campaign, Community Technology Network, Disability Rights California,, Felton Institute/Family Service Agency, San Francisco Public Library, Self Help for the Elderly, SF Connected, SF Dept. of Aging and Adult Services, SF ReServe, VolunteerMatch, and many others.

When: Wednesday, May 24, 9:30am to 2:30pm

  • Gathering, refreshments, and networking at 9:30am
  • Session begins at 10:00am
  • Lunch provided at Noon (RSVP please!)
  • Discussion and One-to-One Help 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Where: First Unitarian Universalist Center

  • 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary), San Francisco
  • Bus lines: 38, 38R, 49, 47, and 90

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Download a PDF of the flyer, print it out and post it in your building, at your senior center, in your computer lab, or on your favorite community bulletin board. Share with your friends!