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MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

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(40 hrs/wk), full benefits. Responsible for development, implementation, evaluating, marketing and managing the membership programs for The Salvation Army San Diego Kroc Center. Will have responsibilities related to the Hero with a Heart Campaign, donor cultivation and fund-raising events. Must possess exceptional relationship building skills. Minimum age requirement is 21 years; must participate in Salvation Army Fleet training program.

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- WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR

Salary: $12.50 an hour
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AQUATICS PROGRAM LIFEGUARD

SALARY: $9.50 AN HOUR

Minimum age 16 yrs (work permit req.). Must have the ability to swim with proficiency and endurance. Possession of current certificates in American Red Cross First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) or above; CPR for the Professional Rescuer (CPR-FPR), Lifeguard Training, and Water Safety instructor. Equivalent training certificates will be accepted. Have at least one (1) Summer-full-time experience as an instructor and lifeguard. Knowledge of principles and techniques of aquatic instruction and coaching. Must be able to read, write,

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PERFORMING ARTS STAGE TECH (RUNNING CREW)

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TRAINER

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Minimum age, 18 years. One or more years experience in a public exercise facility. Must have exercise equipment knowledge. Proof of Certificate in Personal Training required. Must be able to teach weight training to all fitness levels, with basic knowledge of nutrition and weight management. Must personalize in Yoga and Pilates. Computer knowledge helpful, but not necessary. Must have, or

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flexible schedule must be able to work nights and weekends, daytime availability a plus. General activities and responsibilities including Cashier and attendant for Ice Arena and Performing Arts concessions, Event prep, set-up and sales. Food preparation, cooking, Catering and banquet services, birthday party preparation, clean-up, custodial and dishwashing duties, prior experience helpful, but not necessary.

Success Stories

Friday, May 18th, 2012
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Lauren Robinson

In 2011, Lauren knew it was time to make a change and live a healthier lifestyle. She began taking water aerobics classes as a guest here at the Kroc Center, paying $5 for each class. It didn’t take long for Lauren to decide to become a member. Since then, she has lost more than 130 pounds from participating in a variety of Kroc Center fitness classes and programs Click here for the full story Corey

Cory Juneau

Twelve-year-old Cory Juneau is the youngest professional male skateboarder on the Sector 9 skateboarding team. He has been featured on the cover of skateboarding magazines, and his story of rising to the top of his industry started right here at the Kroc Center. Click here for the story Tanya

Tanya Pemberton

Tanya Pemberton was at the lowest point in her life when she and her family found The Salvation Army Kroc Center in 2006. Since then, an entire family has been transformed through The Salvation Army’s programs here in San Diego. It’s a true tale of tragedy to triumph. Click here for the story Margaret

Margaret Naulty

When Margaret Naulty’s family experienced a traumatic loss, they found a sense of peace and family at The Salvation Army Kroc Center. This is a story of a family uplifted through volunteerism, program participation, employment and deep friendships. Click here for the story Keilani

Keilani Spahn

Keilani Spahn was just five-years-old when she was here on opening day and decided she wanted to learn to act. Since then she has turned her love for theatre into a successful career through her experiences in the Kroc Kids Junior Theatre Company. Click here for the story. Click here for the story

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The Salvation Army Kroc Center at a Glance

The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a 12.4-acre family support, education, recreation, and cultural arts center, made possible by a generous gift by the late philanthropist Mrs. Joan Kroc. The facility is open to members and the general public and serves residents of East San Diego, La Mesa and Lemon Grove with a variety of quality programs for individuals of all ages.

THE SALVATION ARMY’S MISSION

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

THE SALVATION ARMY KROC CENTER’S PURPOSE

In keeping with the mission and holistic approach of The Salvation Army, The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center provides opportunities that facilitate positive, life-changing experiences through: art, athletics, personal development, spiritual discovery and community service. The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s facilities, programs and services bridge the gap between potential and opportunity for children and adults, strengthen individuals and families, and enrich the lives of seniors.

JOAN KROC’S VISION

Joan Kroc, wife of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, said that she took a tour of San Diego and it was then that she recognized a community that was in desperate need of a safe gathering place, a place with facilities and trained professionals to nurture children’s social skills, arts appreciation and athletic potential. She described the Kroc Center as being a beacon of light and hope in the community.

Mrs. Kroc entrusted The Salvation Army with $87 million to build the first Kroc Center in the Rolando neighborhood of San Diego. Sadly, she passed away a little more than a year after it opened. She was so pleased with what was accomplished here that she left $1.5 billion to The Salvation Army to build centers like this across the country. Today, there are 27 in different stages of development.

COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

piaccreditlogo_small Praesidium Accreditation™ publicly demonstrates to consumers—and insurance underwriters—that The Salvation Army Kroc Center has achieved the highest industry standards in abuse prevention.

What makes the Kroc Center a special place?

It’s not the Aquatics Center, fitness equipment or even the ice rink. It’s the mission! The Salvation Army is committed to providing access to resources that can transform your life. By offering a diverse spectrum of programs and services, we are setting a foundation to encourage, equip and energize our community. Our programs and services incorporate the Search Institute’s 40 developmental assets to help individuals and families reach their potential and contribute to their schools and communities. Developmental assets lead to a more caring, responsible, healthy and productive lifestyle whereby communities are changed from the inside out. Establishing these assets creates a positive self-view and attracts others to lead a more enriching life. The Kroc Center is special because it intentionally creates pathways for each person to develop purpose, hope, joy, and connectedness. Come join us! Click here to learn more about the 40 developmental assets>>

Location

The Salvation Army Kroc Center is located in Rolando at 6845 University Avenue. The location was selected for its accessibility to families and seniors. For more information please call 619.287.KROC (5762) View Larger Map
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Aquatic Center
Recreational and lap swimming, lessons, water exercise, aqua therapy, aquatic sports programs and more fill The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s three heated pools with constant activity. The picturesque outdoor aquatics deck includes a 25-meter competition pool as well as a recreation pool. Adjacent to the gymnasium, there is an enclosed warm water therapy pool. Arthritis foundation aquatics programs and infant swim classes are popular in this 96 degree pool.
Education Center
The Salvation Army Kroc Center is dedicated to offering positive life-changing experiences to children, teens, adults, and seniors. The Education Center provides many of these opportunities with an Internet-based library, visual arts studio, Cox Technology Center, study hall, classrooms, and tutoring rooms. Thanks to the generosity of The Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation, the Education Center also hosts FREE Family Literacy Nights in its comprehensive and inviting children’s library.
Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center (FRC) provides emergency assistance, services and referrals for families and individuals in need in this community. Social Workers are available to meet with clients and to provide services including: emergency food assistance, case management, referrals, assessments, and scholarships. The FRC also hosts educational courses including Parenting, Nutrition and ESL.
Gymnasium
A multi-use facility, the 56,000-square-foot building contains a fitness area with weight and cardiovascular exercise equipment, a group exercise class area, and a professional-size basketball court. The gymnasium floor is ideally suited for volleyball, table tennis, gymnastics, and badminton. There is also a large recreation area for foosball, video games and table tennis.
Ice Arena
The Salvation Army Kroc Center is the only NHL regulation sized Ice Arena in Southern San Diego County! The Ice Arena offers public ice skating, learn to skate and learn to play hockey classes. There are also youth and adult hockey leagues.
Recreation Field, Challenge Course and Rock Climbing Wall
Thanks to Kaboom, The Home Depot the NFL, and hundreds of volunteers, The Salvation Army Kroc Center proudly presents its newly renovated recreation field! The 55,000 square-foot field is used year-round by soccer and other outdoor sports leagues. It’s bordered by a challenge course with high and low rope course elements, and a 30-foot rock-climbing tower!
Indoor Skatepark
During the planning phase of The Salvation Army Kroc Center, Joan Kroc asked local children what they wanted to see built on the campus, and she took their recommendations seriously! The Salvation Army Kroc Center Indoor Skatepark was added to the building plans at the request of the Kroc Center youth committee. The Skatepark is filled with several elements to challenge both beginning and advanced skaters, and includes a full half-pipe ramp.
Performing Arts Center
Performing Arts Center: The state-of-the-art 33,000-square-foot Performing Arts Center consists of the Joan B. Kroc Theatre, dance studio, band and orchestra room, vocal and instrumental practice rooms and a large multipurpose conference room. The Joan B. Kroc Theatre can accommodate Broadway-quality shows with seating for 600, motorized orchestra pit, scenic arts facilities and dressing rooms.
Kroc Community Church
The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center includes a church congregation who are motivated by God’s love to demonstrate the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs through: Boundless Opportunity, Experiential Knowledge, Holistic Growth, Progressive Challenge, Relevant Skill and Meaningful Success.

History

The late philanthropist Joan Kroc donated $87 million to The Salvation Army in 1998: $47 million was designated to build and equip the facility and $40 million was placed into an endowment to subsidize the Center’s operating budget. Over 350 volunteers met for four years to plan the Center’s facilities and programs. The Center is open to members and the general public. Facility rental, volunteer, and sponsorship opportunities are available. The Salvation Army Kroc Center opened to the public on June 19, 2002. Special guests for the dedication included Mrs. Joan Kroc, Fred Rogers, star of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, local mayors, and key leadership of The Salvation Army.

Frequently Asked Questions

Name: The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Location: The Rolando neighborhood of San Diego, California (East County) Owner and Facility Management: The Salvation Army– Western Territory Facility Size: 155,765 square feet of building space on 12.4 acres, or 3 city blocks Construction Cost: $57 million Construction Time: September 2000 - June 2002 Construction Company: Roel Construction (www.roel.com) Architect: Austin Veum Robbins Partners (www.avrp.com) Annual Operating Budget: $7.9 million Endowment Allowance: $2.5 million Revenue Generating Responsibility: $5.4 million Number of Members: Approximately 5,000 Average Daily Use: More than 2,800 Scholarships Provided: Over 600 families assisted annually Number of Employees: 280 year-round jobs, with that number increasing to 325 jobs for summer programs Q: Will there be more Salvation Army Kroc Centers? A: Joan Kroc left The Salvation Army $1.5 billion for the development of 25-30 Kroc Center’s across the Country. She designed the gift so that communities wishing to pursue building a Kroc Center must raise half of the money needed for the project, to establish an internal community support structure. There are presently 29 Kroc Centers in different stages of development. All future Salvation Army Kroc Center facilities will be developed through The Salvation Army in individual communities. Each Center will be owned and operated by The Salvation Army. Contact The Salvation Army Territorial Offices for additional information: National Headquarters: www.salvationarmy.org Western Territory - www.salvationarmy.usawest.org Central Territory - www.usc.salvationarmy.org Southern Territory - www.uss.salvationarmy.org/uss/www_uss.nsf Eastern Territory - www1.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use.nsf Q: Why did Mrs. Kroc pick The Salvation Army? A: Mrs. Kroc and her husband Ray - founder of McDonald’s - were long-time supporters of The Salvation Army. During the 1950’s and 60’s, Ray volunteered as a bell-ringer and used to deliver hot coffee and hamburgers from his Golden Arches restaurant to bell-ringers along Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago. Mrs. Kroc remembered hearing her family talk around the dinner table about how The Salvation Army helped people during the depression and has had a favorable impression ever since. She made her first large gift - in excess of $90 million - several years ago to establish the first Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in San Diego. That Center opened June 2002 to great success and Mrs. Kroc visited often. She felt that the Center exceeded her own expectations and was an ideal vehicle for her vision.

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Programs

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008
Active Older Adults/Life Options
Life Options
Life Options provides an opportunity for individuals age 55 and over to remain positively engaged in their communities while exploring educational, social and volunteer experiences. The Kroc Center’s expanding program is offering weekly classes, social gatherings, support groups and free monthly lectures. Call 619.269.1424, or e-mail Kroc.Volunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org for current information or to request a monthly program calendar.
AARP Driver Safety Program
An eight-hour, state-approved driver improvement course that could help graduates over age 55 obtain a premium discount from selected insurance companies (check with your insurance provider about their discount policies). Sign up in the Education Center or call 619.269.1424. Class limit: 20 students Instructor: Don Ferguson Day/Time: Saturdays October 4, 2008 and February 7, 2009 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Fee: FREE; $10 materials fee Location: Administration Community Room
Ballet/Movement Class
Designed with seniors in mind, classes include stretching, basic ballet positions and simple steps. Gain strength, flexibility and stamina while having fun dancing.
Life Options Lecture Series
A series of four lectures introduces seniors to: employment opportunities through Community Options, personal fitness and healthy lifestyles, and two lectures to be announced. Obtain current session information by calling 619.269.1422 or e-mailing Kroc.volunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org. Class limit: 50 students Instructors: Representatives from Community Organizations Day/Time: TBD; please call for schedule Fee: FREE Location: Administration Community Room
Life Options Meetings
Seniors share life experiences and ideas, as well as learn about opportunities for volunteer service and personal development. Employment and community resources are also available. In addition, meeting topics may include book discussion, local trips, guest speakers or entertainment. Refreshments served. Day/Times: Fridays 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Fee: FREE Location: Education Center Fireside Room
Rediscover San Diego
Weekly field trips to explore cultural, historical, and recreational opportunities in San Diego County. Class limit: 40 students Instructor: Chris Parks Day/Time: Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Session: September 9, 2008 – January 20, 2009 Fee: FREE (nominal charge for admission and mileage reimbursement) Location: Various; Multi-purpose Room
Scene Study Class
A senior theater class taught by a professional through San Diego Community College Continuing Education. Students will be given scripts, paired up and expected to do rehearsal homework. This workshop is for beginner to intermediate actors. Class limit: 20 students Instructor: Hollymarie Ritter Day/Time: Fridays 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Session: September 4, 2008 – January 23, 2009 Fee: FREE Location: Administration Community Room
Kinship Support Group
Our Kinship Support Group provides support and services to relative caregivers and their children. If you are raising your grandchildren, nieces, nephews or other relatives, this group offers specialized training classes, resources and referrals. Classes are in English on the first and third Thursdays, in Spanish on the second and fourth Thursdays. Call Rose House at 619.447.5004 for service and meeting information. Class limit: 12 students Instructor: Ethel Holiday (English), Maria Magana (Spanish) Day/Time: Thursdays 10:00 to Noon Session: September 4, 2008 - February 26, 2009 Fee: FREE Location: Education Center Fireside Room
Intergenerational Garden Project
Plant a garden with the students of our Charter School. Share the experience of growing food and flowers. Share recipes for healthy menus. Please contact Life Options at 619.269.1424 for times and dates
Writing Your Autobiography
Create an autobiography with “YOU! History in the Making.” Rita Ryan Micklish, San Diego author and SDSU instructor offers a six-session small group experience. Pre-registration is necessary by calling 619.269.1422 or e-mailing Kroc.volunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org. Class limit: 15 students Instructor: Rita Ryan Micklish Day/Time: Tuesdays 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Session: September 23 - October 28, 2008 Fee: FREE Location: TBA
Employment Support Group for Older Adults
Employment resources and job search techniques with Kroc Center volunteers and support from Community Options Senior Employment program. Free lectures and meetings as scheduled. For more information, call 619.269.1422 or e-mail Kroc.volunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org.
Healthy Lunch Program
Enjoy a delicious healthy box lunch once a week at the Kroc Center. Call 619.269.1422 or e-mail Kroc.volunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org. for details and dates.
-Silver Sneakers
Offered in conjunction with Secure Horizons, the SilverSneakers program offers active older adults the opportunity to exercise in a relaxed environment to build the physical fitness required to perform daily tasks. Classes are chair-based and are designed to address the needs of participants with varying degrees of fitness.