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713 S. Mendenhall Rd.
Posted: July 12 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionThe Alzheimer's Association is a non-profit organization that provides education and support services to those affected by Alzheimer's.
We are looking for volunteers to help assist the Program Director in providing support services. These services include education presentations in the community, answering Helpline phone calls and providing information, referrals, and counseling to families, physician outreach, advocacy, and caregiver conferences.
The internship start date will be determined when you are chosen.
ResponsibilitiesAssist in answering Helpline calls and entering call information online
Offer educational presentations in the community
Visit physicians in the area and provide Alzheimer's Association information
Participate in annual conference planning
Office work that includes mailings, updating referral lists, and other related tasks as needed
RequirementsMust be working on attaining at least a bachelor's degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or other healthcare related field (we will also take those in graduate field studies)
Must have a professional and friendly phone voice
Must be comfortable doing presentations on Alzheimer's in the community (will train)
Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Publisher, Excel, and various online tasks