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ELEM/ Youth In Distress In Israel
270 Madison Ave. Suite 1501
New York, NY
Posted: July 28 2016
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DescriptionUnpaid Marketing internships in NYC non-profit setting available: Fall 2016; Spring 2017
ELEM/Youth in Distress in Israel, will have six unpaid semester-long marketing internships (two per semester) with appropriate supervision for academic credit available this Summer 2016; Fall 2016; and Spring 2017. Each of the two positions per semester is for 12-16 hours per week in the office during business hours for the duration of the chosen semester. The choice of hours is flexible to be negotiated with the supervisor. Note the office is closed on major Jewish holidays.
Our USA office promotes brand awareness and fundraising for our clinical work on the ground in Israel. The following is our description of our work in Israel:
Founded in 1982, ELEM/Youth in Distress in Israel is the country’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to treating and transforming the lives of troubled youth. ELEM’s 280 professionals and more than 1,700 volunteers don't wait for referrals to treat these youth, but seek them out on their turf -- on the streets, in schools, on the Internet and at bars and nightclubs. The 25,000 young people we serve annually and the additional 100,000 youth who reach out to ELEM online each year face tremendous challenges, such as: domestic violence, substance abuse, neglect, bullying, homelessness and prostitution. ELEM works with secular and religious Jews; Christian and Muslim Arabs including Bedouins; immigrants, including those from the Former Soviet Union and Ethiopia; and the LGBT community. Many live on the streets and most of them will not seek help from traditional social service groups. Our 78 programs in 43 cities provide counseling, mentoring, vocational training and a safe space for Israeli youth to envision a positive future for themselves and become productive members of Israeli society. For more information www.ELEM.org
No phone calls, please. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Rabbi Dr. Eric M. Lankin at firstname.lastname@example.org