Community Education Intern/Volunteer
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As a Community Education intern, you will work with the Executive Director on regional-reaching initiatives to increase public understanding of a wide range of mental health conditions, their causes and what can be done to address them or prevent them. T his position is ideal for those interested in pursuing careers in training, campaign management and communication.
So what can the Community Education Intern expect to do?
Research - We want your help to keep our information as current and cutting-edge as possible.
Writing - Having great information is one thing, but it’s no good unless it can be communicated clearly and effectively across a range of media.
Web Updates - Since the internet is the primary way that people get health information, it’s important that the information Mental Health America of Greater Dallas has on its website is current, visually appealing and search engine optimized so it can be found easily.
We’ll figure out what skills you have, what you are particularly interested in learning, and how we can put your talents and interests to work.
Ideal candidate should:
Have an interest in mental health, writing, or helping others. An interest in public health is critical.
Have strong writing skills.
Be familiar with basic Microsoft Office.
Produce high-quality, error-free work.
Communicate efficiently and professionally.
Graphic design and/or web site editing experience is a plus.
We'll work with your schedule.
624 N. Good-LatimerDallas, TX 75204
- Program Management
- Mental Health
- Administrative Support
- Community Outreach
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training