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Driver - Part Time
Boys & Girls Club of Moorpark And Simi ValleySimi Valley, CA
Job Youth Bus Drivers (15 Passenger Vans): Part Time Openings The Boys & Girls Club of Moorpark and Simi Valley is seeking Youth Bus Drivers to provide daily transportation from local schools to our multiple Club sites.
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Youth Program Leader
Boys & Girls Club of Moorpark And Simi ValleyMoorpark, CA
Job The Boys & Girls Club of Moorpark and Simi Valley is seeking part-time Program Leaders to work with elementary school and middle school students during our after school programs at Elementary and Middle Schools in Moorpark, California.

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