- College Internship
Community Service Learning Opportunities facilitatorDiane Casale/ The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center – Posted by URDCasale
The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center 36 Tsienneto Road Derry, NH 03038 (603) 432-8882Community Service Learning Opportunity, URParents Support - Undergraduate Internship Department: Greater Derry Juvenile Diversion 5.5 hours per week Summer semester 2019 May-August.Position Overview – Undergraduate internship for current student majoring in Human Services, criminal justice or related field: Assist with supervision of youth ages 13-18 with community service projects on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-6:30pm Assist the GDJD staff in planning, administrative and clerical responsibilities Participate in the URParents – weekly support group for parents of teenagers – assistant co-facilitator – every Thursday evening 6:30 – 7:30 In July, will change to 6pm-7pm.Essential Job Functions • Supervise and assist youth with community service projects. • Model appropriate behavior and interactions with others • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Ability to assist in group facilitation • Strong team player • Reliable • Genuine interest in the adolescent population and families dynamicsMinimum Requirements Background Check required. • Ability to work with youth and parents • Must be over 18 years of age. • Energetic with an upbeat attitude. • Must be able to do physical activity. • Must have own transportation. • Must follow dress code • Complete application.Contact: Diane Casale email@example.comNOTE: This description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Intern may perform other ...
- Date Posted
- 19 Apr 2019
- College Internship
Intensive Case Management InternshipInternational Institute of New England – Posted by IINE-NH
Job Description The International Institute of New England is a 501(c)(3) non-profit serving refugees and immigrants in Boston, MA, Lowell, MA, and Manchester, NH. The Institute offers internships to students, graduate students, and recent graduates with demonstrated interest or experience in supporting refugee, asylee, and immigrant populations. Each internship includes an educational component, through which interns contextualize their experience and reflect on their service. Interns can also expect to spend some time each week supporting their office's front desk, assisting the Office Manager and learning to better navigate the services at the Institute.All internships are unpaid and correspond roughly with the US semester system: Spring Internship: January 7, 2019 – April 26, 2019 (Applications requested by December 1) Summer Internship: May 13, 2019 – August 23, 2019 (Applications requested by April 8) Fall Internship: September 9, 2019 – December 20, 2019 (Applications requested by August 5)First consideration is given to applicants that can commit at least 12 hours (IINE-Lowell or IINE-Manchester internships) or 16 hours (IINE-Boston internships) over the course of one of the semesters outlined above. Applicants are encouraged to apply regardless of whether their schedule fits the semester system; IINE makes exceptions on a case-by-case basis. Slots fill quickly and candidates are encouraged to apply ...
Location: ManchesterNew Hampshire, United States
- ManchesterNew Hampshire, United States
- Date Posted
- 2 Apr 2019