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Program Coordination Intern

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Our mission is to provide a safe space and offer mental health and well-being services to refugee students and their families, in hopes to lessen the stigma around mental health.

Our volunteer opportunities are between 3 to 6-month programs, and after you complete that set time, we perform an evaluation and decide on the next steps. You can either join as a long-term volunteer, or staff member, or part ways with organizations.

Program Coordination Intern (Volunteer)

The program coordination intern position will assist the Director of Education, Advocacy, and Programs and responsibilities included but are not limited to:

  • Planning, organizing, and helping to develop new initiatives/programs
  • Developing curriculum, timeline, and itinerary for each program
  • Assisting with running the programs
  • Oversight of the performance of the programs

4 More opportunities with SAFE HAVEN SPACE

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12670 Marcum Ct, FAIRFAX, VA 22033, US

Mission Statement

Safe Haven Space is committed to offering mental health and well-being programs and education to refugee students and their families.


Mental health has a harmful stigma prevalent in many communities around the world, especially among the refugee population. After being forced out of their original communities, it becomes harder for refugee students to function in both school and life settings without healing from the trauma that many encounter before, during, and after their transition to the United States of America. Our number one goal is to educate refugee students and families on the importance of well-being and mental health as well as provide mental health services to assist students in becoming self-confident so they can integrate into American society successfully. We will do this by teaching students what psychological well-being looks like, the different ways it can affect the human body, and the consequences when young people do not get the mental health care they need. We will work with students’ families to break the stigma that is commonly held in refugee households, encouraging unity within the family by offering them ways to practice and incorporate a variety of psychological fitness exercises.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Immigrants & Refugees
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Immigrants & Refugees


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Resource Development / Management
  • Organization
  • Project Management
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Orientation or Training
  • 5 hours per week minimum

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