Youth and Adolescent Intern/Volunteer
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As a Youth and Adolescent Intern/volunteer, you will be actively involved in the maintenance of the WHO (r) program and the programming of the Adolescent Symposium of Texas.
WHO (r) (We Help Ourselves) is a prevention and education program designed for youth ages 4-18. WHO teaches children how to protect themselves from victimization, such as child abuse, neglect, bullying, kidnapping, peer pressure, domestic violence, social media, and emotional abuse.
The Adolescent Symposium of Texas is designed for anyone who works with teenagers and adolescents and features a wealth of programming and learning opportunities specific to youth-related mental illness. Conference attendees can qualify for six CEU/contact hours, access the exhibit area and participate in a dedicated ethics session.
This opportunity is ideal for students interested in pursuing careers in education, counseling, social work and research.
An ideal candidate should:
Have ability to internalize the WHO (r) Program’s mission
Have ability to organize and implement marketing strategies that reflect the WHO (r) Marketing Plan
Ability to research, document, & maintain the establishment of WHO (r) as a Research-Based Program
Be proficient with Microsoft Office
Produce high-quality, error-free work
Communicate efficiently and professionally
We'll work with your schedule.
624 N. Good-Latimer ExpresswaySuite 200Dallas, TX 75204
- Child Development
- Program Management
- Crisis Intervention
- Youth Services
- Administrative Support
- Customer Service
- People 55+