Program Intern

internship - , unpaid

Ace Association Of Community Employment Programs For The Homeless, Inc
New York, NY
Closed
Posted 60 Days ago
Ace Association Of Community Employment Programs For The Homeless, Inc
New York, NY
internship - , unpaid
Posted 60 Days ago
Closed

Description

Grad Schools Jobs Search Internship Program Intern Posted by ACE (Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless, Inc.) | Queens, NY ACE (Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless, Inc.) ------------ New | Published 2 days ago ------------ Start Date July 1, 2019 End Date September 30, 2019 Hours Per Week 15-20 hours/week ------------ See all listings from this organization About this organization Description: ACE (The Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless) seeks an intern for its vocational rehabilitation program. ACE is a non-profit providing job-readiness training, adult education, work experience and job placement assistance to formerly homeless men and women.Please visit http://www.acenewyork.org/for more information. The ideal candidate should be comfortable working in a diverse environment, assisting formerly incarcerated and homeless individuals in recovery from substance abuse. The Program Intern will assist with all steps of the admission process and outreach to promote the program. This is a good opportunity for students interested in learning more about non-profits and human services programs as well as about the barriers that impact different populations with attaining employment. It is ideal for students interested in non-profit administrative and management studies as well as any human services majors. Duties & Responsibilities: * Provide basic computer instruction in the computer lab * Create resumes for newly admitted clients * Scanning, uploading and organizing extensive client documentation * Completing paperwork for clients using standing forms * Returning calls of potential clients interested in attending the program * Helping with orientation presentations and outreach presentations as needed Skills & Qualifications: * Actively pursuing a, Associates, Bachelors or Advanced Degree * Excellent interpersonal skills and comfortable working with a diverse population * Proficiency in Microsoft Word * A commitment to helping formerly homeless individuals transitioning to self-sufficiency and pursuing their long-term vocational goals * Available 2-4 days /week, for about 15-20 hours / week Description: ACE (The Association of Community Employment Programs for the Homeless) seeks an intern for its vocational rehabilitation program. ACE is a non-profit providing job-readiness training, adult education, work experience and Read more about this internship Details at a glance * On-site Location * Academic Credits How To Apply daney@acenewyork.org https://www.acenewyork.org Email your resume and cover letter to daney@acenewyork.org and please include "Program Intern" in the subject line. Email your resume and cover letter to daney@acenewyork.org and please include "Program Intern" in the subject line. Location 30-30 Northern Boulevard, Queens, NY 11101

Skills

microsoft word, training, organization, non-profit fund development, presentations, interpersonal communication, video editing, audio editing, final cut pro, adobe audition, film production, video production, videography, film, video

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