If you are interested in employment at Calvary Chapel San Diego or Calvary Christian Academy, you can download and complete an employment application and submit it in person, by fax, or by mail to:
Calvary Chapel San Diego
Attn: Human Resources Department
1771 E. Palomar Street
Chula Vista, CA 91913
Fax (619) 591-2262
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, and qualified applicants will be notified concerning the next phase of our application process. Applications are kept on file for one year.
A volunteer is someone who works for a community or for the benefit of environment primarily because they choose to do so. The word comes from Latin, and can be translated as “will” (as in doing something out of one’s own free will). Many serve through a non-profit organization – sometimes referred to as formal volunteering, but a significant number also serve less formally, either individually or as part of a group. Wikipedia
At CCSD/CCA, Volunteering is an act of service that is not compensated or is done as a requirement (service to fulfill number of hours – see Community Service).
Examples of Volunteers:
Parent volunteering their time in their child’s classroom 3 times a week throughout the school year.
An individual volunteering their time to help with after school sports program.
An individual who possesses a unique skill set volunteering their time weekly within a specific department
Community service refers to service that a person performs for the benefit of his or her local community. People become involved in community service for a range of reasons – for some, serving the community is an altruistic act, for others it is a punishment.
The term “community service” therefore refers to projects that members of certain youth organizations perform. Some people may view Community Service as a hassle but others may view it as a “good thing to do.” Giving back to the community should be something people should volunteer to do willingly. It is also an alternative sentencing technique in a justice system. And at times groups of people will commit to perform service to the community as a gesture to the larger community, as part of gift economics. Mandatory Community Research has recently increased in many schools in the United States. A study was done that correlates community service with academic success; students, who maintain a weekly community service record, 85% of the time, are more likely to succeed and have a higher grade point average than those who do none at all.