Employment Opportunities for Seattle Youth

The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is a longstanding opportunity for low-income Seattle youth to gain professional skills and experience. In Fall 2019 SYEP is expanding to a full-year program that will engage over 100 young people ages 16-24. The program will offer youth a stipend for their participation and guarantee them a full-time, paid summer internship…

Using DocuSign in Your SBHCs

Many King County school-based health centers (SBHCs) have opted to use DocuSign for electronic registration and consenting in their clinics. Originally piloted to ease consent for vaccinations, SBHCs now have access to this service courtesy of King County for a variety of SBHC-related purposes. For those using DocuSign through the King County license, the following…

Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Levy Funds Awarded for School Based Health Centers

Crossposted from: Department of Education and Early Learning announcement SEATTLE (June 28, 2019) The Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL) today announced that two health care providers, Neighborcare Health and Country Doctor Community Health Centers, will receive funding to open three new School Based Health Centers (SBHC) in Seattle Public Schools. School Based Health Centers…

Health Center Coordinator Position

Neighborare School-based team is currently hiring for multiple Health Center Coordinator positions this summer, including our new sites at Lincoln and Robert Eagle Staff!  For more information or to apply click here.

Save The Date! 2019 School-Based Health Retreat

UPDATE: AGENDA RELEASED! We are thrilled to announce that Seattle City Councilmember, Lorena Gonzalez will be leading our welcome this year and Marya Gingrey, Director of Equity and Community Partnerships at Healthier Here will be giving the keynote address. 8:30-9am – Coffee and networking 9-9:15am – Welcome from Seattle City Councilmember Lorena Gonzalez 9:15-10:15am – Keynote with…

Good News from Olympia

Cross posted from Juneau’s Journal The legislative session in Olympia ended Sunday, April 28. Thank you to our hard-working Seattle legislative delegation, families, staff, and community partners who have been fighting hard to ensure our students have the supports and services they need. Due to legislative action, beginning in 2020, we will be able to…