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Program Planning Intern
ORGANIZATION: Choose to DO, Inc.
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5 people are interested
Choose to DO, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides mental health resources to predominantly black youth 13 - 19 years old in low income communities.
The Program Planning Intern is responsible for overseeing the successful delivery of Choose to DO, Inc.'s programming by assisting in the formulation of program procedures, program policies, and program curriculum.
- Assisting in the formulation of program procedures, program policies, and program curriculum.
- Providing assessments to improve programming.
- Oversee and make recommendations to community resources.
- Develop and maintain excellent partnerships with affiliated community partners and partner agencies.
- Individual pursuing a social work degree
- Interested in learning about the community and working with individuals from a diverse background.
- Must be able to work collaboratively and take initiative.
- Must possess mature communication skills.
- Strong work ethic, and innovative thinker.
- 10+ hours a week
- Remote and/or working in person in Houston, TX.
- Offer professional development, community service, and networking opportunities.
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About Choose to DO, Inc.
11807 Westheimer 550 #1033, Houston, TX 77077, US
Choose to DO, Inc. builds confidence and esteem for black youth 12-17 yrs. to embrace healthy mental development by introducing them to applicable skills and resources that foster socioemotional well-being.
Create a world where black youth (12-17 yrs.) thrive personally and are change agents in their communities.
What We do?
- In 2017, Choose to DO, Inc. started an initiative to tackle low self-esteem in boys and girls 9 - 19 years old.
- Breaking the Cycle is a program made up of 5 classes, that promote self-love and leadership among girls and boys 9 - 19 years old.
- In 2020, Choose to DO, Inc. started online classes to provide at home instructions, as an extension of our initiative to tackle low self-esteem in young adults 9 - 19 years old.
- Since January 2017 we have mentored over 500 youth.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
January 10, 2023
- Program Management
- People 55+
- Orientation or Training
- -10+ hours a week
- - Experience in research is a plus