Refugee and Asylee Social Services Intern

internship - part time, unpaid

Church World Service - Jersey City
Jersey City, NJ
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Posted 42 Days ago
Church World Service - Jersey City
Jersey City, NJ
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 42 Days ago

Description

The Refugee and Asylee Social Services Intern will have the following responsibilities:

Assist with case management duties as assigned

  • Assist with filling out applications in the CWS Jersey City office
  • Accompany clients to appointments at welfare and medical clinics
  • Complete case notes and other required documentation to track activities

Orient clients to their community

  • Teach individuals and families how to utilize public transportation
  • Help clients learn how to make appointments independently

Assist with classes in office when necessary

  • Provide support to other volunteer teachers to ensure a pleasant and productive learning environment
  • Substitute when regular volunteer teachers are not available

Front desk tasks

  • Answer phones
  • Take items to the post office
  • Greet clients when they come for services 

Skills

case management, social services, teaching, public, community, community outreach, advocacy, child welfare, program development, victim services, volunteer management, fundraising, sociology, outreach services, social justice

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