Hires will be working with youth from across Minnesota that have been court-ordered to complete residential programming in a secure detention setting. They will have an opportunity to gain experience with evidence-based programming including cognitive behavioral self-change. This is a great opportunity to gain experience for any student interested in a career in the humanities!
More information on the Secure Residential Unit can be found on the WCRJC Website: https://claycountymn.gov/1533/Secure-Residential
Flexible scheduling and starting pay is $18.25/hour. Applications are accepted through the Clay County, MN Website: https://claycountymn.gov/jobs.aspx
Education & Science Internship to Help Youth Experiencing Disadvantages
For 2021, we will be returning to the US Virgin Islands with two different offerings. Our longer expedition is aimed at providing free marine science and sailing programs to local children that are experiencing disadvantages and is open to all genders and majors. We are excited to say this trip is currently full, but we are still speaking with students about our waitlist and potentials for next year.
Our other offering is a week long leadership program geared to promote future female leaders.
As you know, our trips rely on motivated, passionate college students who help us teach these programs over the summer. We are currently accepting applicants. Applications can be found on our website at https://www.commontides.org/intern-expeditions/. Interns are also welcome to contact me directly for an application packet for either trip; the packet has full trip details on that specific expedition.
We are excited to continue our work this coming summer. Please see the flyer links below for 2021 trip details and for ease with printing.
There is a fee for the participants which covers their food, stay on the sailboat, and training. If you'd like more information, feel free to visit our website, www.commontides.org.
Here is a short video to visually show our offerings for our interns. Please click on the link below to view the video.
Service year first-hand experience caring for emotionally and medically fragile children.
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Contact Darean Talmadge at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Assist in the supervision of children in various indoor activities for the purpose of providing a safe and positive learning environment.
- Assist the lead teacher with age appropriate activities by working with individual or small groups of children (e.g. games, art, music, science, language, nutrition, playground, washing hands, etc.) for the purpose of presenting and/or reinforcing learning concepts and by caring for the child’s needs.
- Distributes instructional and/or play materials for the purpose of providing children with necessary items and assisting the lead teacher in the assigned room.
- Maintain program equipment and work areas (e.g. kitchen tools, appliances, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring availability of items and/or providing for a safe learning environment.
- Monitor children in various activities (e.g. test period, snack time, play activities indoors/outdoors, etc.) for the purpose of providing a safe and positive learning environment.
- Promote good habits for the purpose of improving the quality of children’s outcome and encouraging development.
- Provide positive role model
- Receive and deliver children directly from/to parents or authorized individuals for the purpose of ensuring safety of children in accordance with program policies and guidelines
*Please visit our website: Learnnmove.com to fill out an application
Michelle Gauerke @ 701-551-5051 or email@example.com