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Life Coach - Teens (Males) (This internship is for First Year Graduate Students Only)Bookmark This
From Me 2 U, Inc.
540 East 105th Street, Suite 205H
Posted: August 06 2014
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DescriptionAlthough it was formally incorporated by the State of Ohio on September 29, 2014, it is a successor organization. The programs and services currently offered by From Me 2 U, were formerly offered by V.O.I.C.E. Consulting, a for profit business entity.
From Me 2 U focuses on positive youth development. Youth are encouraged and challenged to explore and identify their talents as well as personal challenges that may prevent them from excelling. Youth have an opportunity to enroll in several programs, each designed to support and build self-awareness, leadership, and stewardship.
We also believe that to provide adequate support to our youth, we must also support youth development professionals and families.
Consumers enrolled in the youth development and prevention services are referred from various community organizations (PEP, Tapestry, Schools), families, or self-referrals. The youth and families we serve typically have a history of generational poverty, coupled with poor academic success, poor health, or behavioral health concerns. Parents often feel self-conscious and intimidated by school personnel, which affects their involvement in their child’s academic career. Youth are often left unsupervised with little parental guidance or exhibit a great deal of behavioral health challenges for the family, and parents tend to be young single mothers. Many of the youth participants tend to have little to no connection with their fathers and those that do often experience a very strained relationship. The lack of adequate parental supervision often leads to the youth’s engagement in risky behaviors and activities: engaging in unsafe, unprotected sexual activities, criminal trespassing, theft, delinquency, and truancy. In the past, consumers have attended public, private, and charter schools; some were also homeschooled. Encounters with homeschooled youth occurs through their involvement with community youth programs. The neighborhoods, in which the families reside, tend to vary in the level of activities and resources available to youth (Tapestry Family Support Group Session, August 2013).
As V.O.I.C.E. Consulting, the program has also worked with community-based youth development organizations (Warrensville Heights YMCA, Golden and Ciphers) that serve you, and will continue to do so as From Me 2 U, inc.
V.O.I.C.E. Consulting has served as an internship site for Cleveland State University graduate and undergraduate Social Work Students. Psychology, Sociology, Education, and Anthropology majors welcome. From Me 2 U, Inc. will continue this tradition.
Youth & Family Services:
Youth Programs: Mentoring, Life Coaching, The Young Writer’s Club, Its All About Respect, Leadership Workshops, Media Workshops
Adult Programs: Life Coaching, Parent Day-Away
All students are engaged in a comprehensive orientation and training process.
ResponsibilitiesHold individual and/or group sessions designed to empower and assist with goal setting for male teens 16-21. Download brochure from website: www.yourvoice-yourvision.net (nonprofit programs)
Students will be trained to use specific curriculum
• Provide structured activities, facilitate/co-facilitate small educational group dynamics for program participants.
• Document services and submit documentation in a timely manner.
• Interview individuals in the helping field (certified prevention specialist, social worker, counselors etc.)
• Read, review, and conduct research on topics relevant to the agency, if student is involved in an academic research track.
• Attend local conferences and webinars, when possible to increase awareness and enhance skills.
These items, in addition to the learning contract goals and objectives developed by the intern/volunteer, the field liaison of the intern/volunteer’s institution and the Prevention Services supervisor govern the responsibilities of the intern/volunteer placement.
RequirementsStudents interested in Life Coaching must hold a Bachelor's Degree and entering their first year as a graduate student in Social Work or Counseling.
Evening and weekend availability for students that work full-time. (Must be able to commit to a full 8-hour day and offer flexibility with individual sessions.)
BCI required, potential candidates will be responsible for completing the BCI after the interview process.
Potential candidates must complete an application and contact our organization to schedule an interview. Please visit our website at: www.fromme2uinc.org, select the internship tab, scroll down, download, and complete the application.