On this day, thousands of volunteers from diverse backgrounds from across the nation give back to their communities through service projects. AccessCal and volunteers can give back to the City of Huntington Beach for being such a welcoming city.
All the volunteers will join efforts to beautify Huntington State Beach by conducting a trash pickup. This project has been made possible by the support of the State of California – The Resource Agency Department of Parks and Recreation.
To sign up to volunteer, please contact Maha Essayli at email@example.com or call (714) 917-0440.
Please send your resume to Suzanne@accesscal.org
In light of National Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Access California Services Counseling Department is excited to announce a full-time employment opportunity for qualified clinicians.
– The candidate must be an MFTI or MSW. LMFTs or LCSWs are preferred.
– Bicultural/Bilingual (Arabic, Farsi, Pashto, Urdu) experience in the Middle Eastern/Muslim/Arab community is preferred
– Competitive Salary
– Full Benefits Package (Health & Dental)
– Paid Sick Leave/Holidays/Vacation
– Educational & Professional Reimbursement
Please send your resume to Sh. Suhail Mulla (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 2, 2016.
THANK YOU to everyone who participated in and supported AccessCal’s 3rd annual job fair today! The fair connected over 125 job seekers with 15 employers. We can’t wait to hear about the success stories in the coming months.
AccessCal would like to congratulate Immigration and Citizenship Coordinators Rania Humidan and Lina Takkesh for gaining accreditation and recognition to represent individuals on behalf of AccessCal from the US Department of Justice’s Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
AccessCal’s Immigration Department has been providing a multitude of immigration services for almost 15 years to
thousands of individuals seeking help in immigration matters. The BIA accreditation and recognition will greatly increase AccessCal’s Immigration Department’s capacity to serve the community.
Our new BIA representatives are authorized to counsel immigration clients, complete immigration forms, and represent clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) i.e. represent clients at USCIS interviews.
“It is with great privilege to have become an accredited representative for AccessCal! Now I can continue to assist our community in their immigration matters in an advanced and expanded manner,” said Immigration and Citizenship Coordinator, Rania Humidan.
To find out more about AccessCal’s Immigration Services, contact AccessCal at (714) 917-0440
Find out if you’re eligible and receive a DACA Screening today!
Are you looking for a job? Are you tired of sending resumes left and right and never getting an answer? If you are, dress in your best professional clothes, bring your resume and visit AccessCal’s 3rd Annual Job Fair on Friday, April 22, 2016.
You will have the opportunity to meet top employers and get interviewed for several positions during the job fair. You will save a lot of time since there will be no need to craft a customized personal statement for each company you visit: You’ll be able to tell them why you wish to work for them, and you’ll have the chance to advertise yourself!
Don’t miss out on this great chance to find the career you’ve been looking for!
Today AccessCal received a wonderful visit from Garden Grove Mayor Bao Nguyen and Father Francois Beyrouti! Thank you both for your special visit! Founder and Executive Director Nahla Kayali and Associate Director/Mental Health Director Shaikh Suhail Mulla gave them both a tour of AccessCal and met with staff and community members.
Congratulations to the students of AccessCal’s Childcare Licensing class for completing their training!
The class is taught at AccessCal by Instructor Samar Labanieh who teaches students the rules and regulations of starting a home-based daycare, as well as how to care for, teach, and entertain children as childcare providers. Students are now eligible to become licensed.
Congratulations and we wish them all the best of luck!