The CCA CONNECTS program is an incredible opportunity for CCA students to apply their creative skills to make an impact. Apply to join this special cohort of CCA CONNECTS Fellows!
Connects Fellows grow professionally through applying their critical and creative skills to help further the mission of their partner sites, while receiving professional development training from the Center at CCA.
READ THE CCA CONNECTS FAQ TO LEARN MORE: https://tinyurl.com/ycu2tqa6**Connects is a competitive program, so read carefully!
STEP 1: Review available Connects jobs: https://tinyurl.com/y8kj5bwk**Or you can find available jobs on CCA's Workday. Search "find student jobs", then select the Job Profile "CCA Connects".
STEP 2: Fill out this application form, including uploading your resume. **YOU ONLY NEED TO FILL OUT THIS APPLICATION ONE TIME, even if you are interested in working at multiple Connects sites. You DO NOT need to apply on Workday.
STEP 3: We will contact you if we think you are a good fit for a Connects site and connect you with the Site Mentor for an interview.**We will do our best to accommodate your site preferences but cannot guarantee this. You will be considered for the specific sites you select as well as any other CCA CONNECTS position that you would be a strong fit for.
STEP 4: If the Site Mentor approves your selection, we will begin the hiring process at CCA.**If selected, you will schedule a meeting with the Connects Program Manager, Evelyn Thorne, to review the hiring process and requirements of participating in the Connects program.
STEP 5: Once you’ve been hired by CCA, you can begin working at your Connects site.**Start dates vary depending on length of hiring process. All Fellows should start work by Oct 5th.
STEP 6: All Fellows attend Connects Orientations on Sat, Oct 6th 10am-2pm @SF Campus**See more information below about event requirements
We define social impact as collaborating with communities to address critical social issues. Connects Fellows use their creative skills and insight to further the missions of Bay Area organizations to serve diverse communities.