Marin County Human Resources 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin County Human Resources office handles all of Marin County's personnel needs for county government offices. It…More also fills and manages volunteer and student internship positions.
Humane Farming Association 76 Belvedere St, San Rafael, CA94901 The Humane Farming Association is the country's largest organization for the protection of farm animals. This 501(c)(3)…More nonprofit fights for animal rights, and against factory farming and slaughterhouse abuse. The HFA website has links to investigations and exposes about animal cruelty, as well as information about what you can do to stop it. There is also a marketplace with books for adults and kids available. Membership to HFA is available with a one-time or recurring donation.
Dianetics Marin 1 Simms St, San Rafael, CA94901 Dianetics Marin is the Scientology branch in Marin. Scientology was founded by Ron L. Hubbard and operates on the…More beliefs that humans are immortal spiritual beings, whose experience extends beyond their life. Dianetics was the first work of Hubbard, which helps relieve spiritual emotions and stresses. The Marin office provides information about Scientology and materials to interested parties.
Express Employment Personnel 38 Mitchell Blvd, San Rafael, CA94903 Express Employment Personnel is a San Rafael-based business specializing in human resources and staffing services for…More corporate clients and job seekers.
Normisur International 95 Billou St, San Rafael, CA94901 Normisur International provides companies with human resources consulting services, with an emphasis in Latin America.…More It specializes in customized services focusing on quality of life, health, wellness and EAP, workforce diversity and development through a process that includes organizational assessment, strategy development, design and implementation, evaluation, measurements and auditing. Call to learn more.
Nelson Staffing 18 Professional Center Pkwy, San Rafael, CA94903 Nelson Staffing is the largest independent staffing firm in Northern California and matches job-seekers with employers.…More This branch serves the San Rafael area and specializes in administrative, human resources, marketing, accounting, manufacturing, hospitality, call center, health care, legal, insurance, wine industry and project-based work.
The Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin provides support services for nonprofit organizations in…More the community and volunteer opportunities for interested residents. The agency offers workshops and training for nonprofit agencies, and helps nonprofits find potential board members. The center also has a leadership institute and runs a number of workshops for staff and board members.</p>
<p>In addition, there are a few programs that attempt to match potential volunteers with an appropriate opportunity for their interests. Nonprofits can also apply for volunteers for temporary projects. The center also sponsors annual events like the Marin Human Race and the Heart of Marin awards, which honors nonprofit agencies and volunteers.</p>
Club of Budapest 4040 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 Club of Budapest is an international organization founded in 1993 with a mission is to promote the value of culture and…More address concerns of humanity. Honorary members include the Dalai Lama and Mikhail Gorbachev.
Marin Health & Wellness Campus 3270 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, CA94901 This facility at the Marin Health & Wellness Campus includes Buckelew Employment Services, Marin Assisted…More Independent Living, the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services' adult mental health program and the STAR program. It also houses the Community Action Marin Enterprise Resource Center and the Linda Reed Activities Club.
City of San Rafael City Hall 1400 5th Ave, San Rafael, CA94901 The city of San Rafael is headquartered on Fifth Avenue in offices that include the city manager, clerk, attorney the…More community development department, the finance department, information technology, human resources and police. The city council meets in town hall chambers at 8pm on the first and third Monday of each month. City Manager Ken Nordhoff advises the council on pertinent issues, including policy and operations. He is aided by Jim Schultz, assistant city manager and Nancy Mackle, deputy city manager, along with the city attorney and various boards and commissions. The city staff and elected officials are beholden to the electorate.