Casa Central. Internship Summary: The provision of educational and social services is at the core of Casa Central's mission.
Interns work with participants in Casa Central’s many programs. Agency services fall into three broad categories: -Inspiring life-long learning among Children and Youth. -Providing safety and fostering self-reliance for Individuals and Families. -Promoting active, healthy lifestyles for Seniors. Under the supervision of the EDUCATE Program Supervisor, within the service umbrella of the La Posada – Interim Housing for Homeless Families program, Pre-Vocational Instructor Intern (unpaid) will conduct adult intake sessions and complete comprehensive educational and vocational assessments. General Requirements: Sensitivity to cultural diversity is required. Education/Experience: Students pursuing Bachelor's in Education, Human Services, Information Technology, Social Work, or related disciplines.
Language Skills: Bilingual in English and Spanish required. Casa Central. Chicago Children's Advocacy Center. Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center offers a limited number of internship opportunities in the following program areas: Family Advocacy, PATHH, Mental Health and Child Life.
Undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing careers in social work, psychology or related fields are provided supervision and training in their respective fields by staff at ChicagoCAC and are able to participate in clinical trainings. Please note that all internships and externships are unpaid. Child Life internship – bachelor’s level – 2014-2015 academic year only Child life interns provide a therapeutic environment that builds trust, relieves anxiety and ensures that children are in the most appropriate state emotionally to participate in their forensic interview or mental health appointment. View the full position description. The Family Advocacy internships and Mental Health externships have been filled for summer 2014 and the 2014-2015 academic year. Direct all inquiries to Intern@ChicagoCAC.org. Children’s Home + Aid. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Children’s Home + Aid!
Every day volunteers support Children’s Home + Aid’s mission – to give children help, hope and opportunity. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available from weekly to once a month to a one-time event or activity. Volunteers are placed in positions based on interest, need, skills, location and availability. Whether reading stories to a classroom at our Child + Family Centers, playing catch with a foster child, helping a child with homework, or providing support to our office staff, volunteers make a difference in the lives of children and families. Click below to learn more about volunteer opportunities available in your community or to contact your regional volunteer coordinator. Metropolitan Chicago Region Central Region Northern Region Southern Region Internships Metropolitan Chicago Region: Vera Junge at firstname.lastname@example.org Central Region: Larissa McIlvain, at LmcIlvain@childrenshomeandaid.org. Join Our Team - Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago.
As growing and expanding organization, we are seeking experienced, dynamic, innovative and organized individuals to join our team!
We are a positive, team-oriented, mission-driven staff of clinicians and administrators whose priority is to provide exceptional work on all levels. Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago provides exceptional counseling and personal development services to individuals of all ages, couples, and families from a faith-based perspective. The Children's Place Association - Volunteer Application. Volunteer GirlForward. To see all of our current volunteer opportunities, please visit our page on Idealist.
Applications for the 2015-2016 Mentoring Program are now open! Interviews will begin in May, trainings will be scheduled throughout the summer and pairings will be made in August. GirlForward Mentor Description GirlForward is seeking dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers for our Mentorship Program, which matches women mentors ages 21-40 with adolescent refugee girls who have been resettled in Chicago. As a mentor, you will be paired with a refugee girl between the ages of 14-19 and will meet with her for at least two hours per week to talk about school, relationships, and careers, and to do fun and engaging activities together. Roles & Responsibilities Please fill out a mentor application here. Internship Opportunities. UCAN welcomes the opportunity to be a part of your educational and professional development in the field of human services.
We also welcome the opportunity for you to share your fresh perceptions, enthusiasm, and talent with us and the children and families of Chicago. UCAN values the input and perspective of student interns and considers them valued members of the treatment team. We are invested in making your educational experience at UCAN one that gives you real-world human service experience and enhances your professional development. Jill's House » Fellows and Interns. The Jill’s House Fellowship and Internship Programs Loving God’s children.
Learning to care. Are you about to graduate college with a nursing, social work or special education degree? Do you feel a particular call from God to work with children with special needs and to love them as Jesus does? Apply now to gain real-world experience as a Jill’s House Fellow or Intern. About the Fellowship Program The Jill’s House Fellowship lasts one year, beginning in June, and is a paid, full-time position. Your role. The work you will do. Professional development. Some of these opportunities include: Family Focus.