Interns will provide job readiness training, life skills instruction, case management and job placement assistance to youth ages 14 - 17 to help them receive the necessary work experience and/or exposure to become successful working adults.
Obtaining degree in nonprofit, counseling, social services, teaching or related field
Prior experience working with youth
Professional appearance and demeanor
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
2 hours whenever the program is scheduled.
Reliable Transportation to organization or school we are presenting to.
Internship opportunities are semester commitments and a minimum of two days per week. When applying please identify the semester(s) of interest to you:
Semester 1: Fall - August - December
Semester 2: Spring - January - May
Semester 3: June - August