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20403 N Lake Pleasant Road Suite 117-492
Posted: April 03 2017
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Teen Dating Abuse Prevention Program in Maricopa County, AZ
2-3 Teen Victim Advocate Interns
WHERE: ARIZONA ONLY (Expansion to other states expected in 2018)
Various High Schools and Community Organizations in Phoenix, Peoria, Glendale, Scottsdale Arizona
Required Training: July 17-28, 2017
Program Delivery: August 2017-May 2018
Adolescence is a time when an estimated 70% of youth become involved in romantic relationships. These early relationships are positive and healthy for most, but according to the Centers for Disease Control for 33% of youth they are abusive and violent. Some are even deadly.
From 2013-2016, GoPurple.org has responded to these crimes of dating abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence in adolescence through the delivery of our research-based, evidence-informed, 7-lesson, bloom365 outreach and awareness program in 10 Phoenix area partner schools.
Over 17,000 teens have so far completed the 7-dose curriculum in their health education class, increasing their knowledge about the warning signs of teen dating abuse, the definitions of sexual assault, the characteristics of a healthy relationship and how/where to get help.
As a result of this information, teens self-identify as victims of dating abuse and reach out for advocacy and supportive services.
THE GAPS WE AIM TO FILL WITH THIS INTERNSHIP:
Ongoing, confidential, and age-appropriate individual and group support/advocacy services for teen victims of dating abuse.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
We are looking 4-6 graduate interns in public health, social work, and/or counseling to work with teens who reach out for help. Interns will work as a team, providing a multidisciplinary offering of mobile and confidential advocacy and early intervention services and case management coordination with partner schools.
Minimum- 5-10 hours a week
Maximum- 20-30 hours a week
Responsibilities-Complete the required bloom365 training
-Provide drop-in mobile advocacy or early intervention services in designated school communities for youth engaged in bloom365
-Represent the bloom365 program with professionalism and passion for social change
-Facilitate positive prevention outcomes for the promotion of healthy relationships among future generations: increase safety; increase in coping skills; increase in self-esteem; change in unhealthy attitudes about relationships to healthy
Requirements-Passionate about teen dating abuse and domestic violence prevention
-Individuals who can relate to teens experiencing these issues are encouraged to apply
-Experience with facilitating small support groups and/or large group discussions and activities
-Articulate and strong communication skills
-Ability to maintain confidentiality
-Successful completion of bloom365 trainings