This intensive internship is suited for individuals who are interested in exploring direct practice social service work or who wishes to use the modality of direct practice work to learn more about social problems, youth development models and/or specific youth populations. This position will enable you to begin to hone interview and assessment skills and effective ways to engage underserved populations of young people.
Additionally, individuals interested in medicine, education, community organizing, social service programming, and social welfare policy will have a unique opportunity to work in a multi-service social service agency that serves young people with overlapping needs.
Teach life skills classes such as cooking, hygiene, budgeting, job searching, resume writing, sewing, and career searching
Assist runaway and homeless youth with laundry facilities
Monitor the laundry/shower facilities
Inform members of available services at The Door
Escort and direct members to services
Make appropriate referrals based on new members' interests and needs
Assist in photocopying and other administrative tasks
Interest in working with urban youth, and sensitivity to the needs and interests of the diverse young people who comprise The Door's membership population
Record of dependability from at least one professinoal or academic reference
Basic computer skills
Prior work or volunteer experience with adolescents preferred
Bi-lingual a plus (Chinese or Spanish preferred)
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