The objective of the Youth Program Survivor Internship is to build work experience, self-empowerment to survivors of human trafficking and learn more about the operation of the youth program. The Youth Intern will support the Youth Program through a variety of tasks related to youth activities, quarterly workshops, focus groups, client satisfactory surveys, and other activities.
Skills and experience gained during internship:
- Setting Boundaries/ Work Life Balance
- Basic computer literacy skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint)
- Decision making on the job
- Team building skills
- Effective Communication Skills and Emotional Intelligences
- Exposure to a field that might offer future employment or career direction
Intern reports to: Senior Case Manager
Duration: Ability to commit to 1 year
Internship Stipend: Intern will be paid monthly $16.90-18/hour for a maximum of 20 hours per month. In addition, intern will get reimbursed for transportation expenses.
Qualification: Graduate of Youth Program post 1 year. 21 years of age not older than 26.
- Intern will commit to bi-weekly supervision: 1 in person supervision and 1 virtual (1hr each) with Senior Case Manager
- Gain an understanding of Human Trafficking
- Assist in planning and organizing monthly youth activities and quarterly workshops
- Build relationships with youth program clients to promote the growth and participation in monthly youth activities and quarterly workshop
- Provide survivor perspective
- Intern must commit to attending one empowerment/professional development conferences or workshops throughout internship timeframe
- Intern will commit to updating their resume at the end of internship.
- Write a 1-2 page reflection on their year-long internship and possibly present to the team.
If you are interested in applying, please submit your resume to email@example.com