|The Bay-Lakes Council, Boy Scouts of AmericaProgram Facilitator in the Greater Green Bay Area|
|Work in Scouting||The Boy Scouts of America provides a program for young people that builds desirable qualities of character, trains in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Scouting serves more than three million young men and women in every part of the country through 296 local council service centers. A Program Facilitator has the responsibility for serving as positive role models for at-risk youth (not exclusively for boys) by organizing and running weekly meetings for one or more Scouting groups.|
|Responsibilities||The Program Facilitator is an entry-level position with responsibilities that are broad and varied. Different aspects of the position include:Program Delivery. Responsible for delivering after school or summer Scouting programs and activities that enhance and support the local unit program. These programs will be age-appropriate and help to build retention in the units through progressive and challenging opportunities.
Advancement. Track attendance and advancement, encouraging youth self-esteem through goal achievement and recognition, at each session run. Communicate with parents to help them understand the values of Scouting.
Membership. Working to recruit new youth from assigned areas to join Scouting groups by establishing a relationship with local families. Improve overall Scouting reach and inclusion.
Parents/Volunteers. Work with parents, volunteers, and community leaders. Must encourage volunteers to be trained in youth protection policies and involve them in the group’s leadership. Must have good communication skills and be able to tell Scouting’s story to community.
|Qualifications||Must be a Positive role-modelMust be able to work afternoon hours, afterschool, between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. There is initial flexibility in scheduling the programs, but once set will remain consistent week to week.
Should enjoy working with people and children
Should be a self-starter with strong work-ethic and ability to multi-task
Should have interest in devoting oneself to others and believe in the Scout Oath and Law Must adhere to BSA membership standards
Must be 18 years of age
|Salary and Benefits||Entry-level Program Facilitator Hourly Wage: $12 per hourUp to 15 hours available per week; in increments of 3 to 4 hours per afternoon program per week, with the option to run one or more programs per week. Training to enhance your leadership skills will be provided.|
|How to Apply||For further information or to be considered for an opportunity to interview, please send your resume to:Sarah Graper Sarah.graper@Scouting.org 1-715-853-2876|
How would you like to help design an assessment for, and monitor, a worksite wellness program? Aurora Baycare will be implementing the Caregivers Adopting Lifestyle as Medicine (C.A.L.M.) program Jan 2018 to May 2018. The program features a multidimensional wellness approach where participants will engage in the 20 week program, two days per week, one hour per day/sessions. Students will work directly with Program manager Laura Grovogel (Wellness Manager, Aurora Baycare Medical Center) and Dr. Regan A. R. Gurung.
Eligibility: Junior or Senior psychology majors; GPA > 3.0;
Preferred coursework: Health Psychology
Contact Dr. Regan A. R. Gurung if interested. Interviews will be scheduled for the first week of November, 2017.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin is seeking qualified, passionate candidates for an internship in their Northeast Wisconsin regional office in Appleton! Interns will assist the Northeast Wisconsin office with the planning and promotion of signature fundraising events with an emphasis on Gourmet Wishes, Golf Outings and Walk for Wishes. May also assist with external fundraising programs, Wishmakers on Campus, Kids For Wish Kids and general office duties as assigned. Please see the attached job description for full details. Continue reading
The award-winning UWGB Phuture Phoenix program (http://www.uwgb.edu/phuturephoenix/) is seeking two human development or psychology majors to be interns for the Fall 2017 semester. Interns would help with the planning and implementation of Phuture Phoenix days, as well as with tutoring, mentoring, and other program efforts in local middle or high schools. Interested students should contact Director Mary Sue Lavin (email@example.com) to apply before Wednesday, Sept. 13th. Make sure you meet department GPA and other pre-requisites for doing an internship before you apply (see: http://www.uwgb.edu/human-development/internships-independent-study/internship-information/).
Dr. Martin is looking for a student to serve as an intern for podcast, Psychology and Stuff (see here: https://blog.uwgb.edu/uwgbpsych/shows/psychology-and-stuff/).
Responsibilities will include: Continue reading
Dr. Martin is looking for a student to serve as assistant to the psychology chair in Fall 2017. Responsibilities will include: Continue reading
The Director of Special Education and Pupil Services at Two Rivers Public Schools is looking for undergraduate student interns majoring in the area of Psychology and/or Human Development to work at multiple levels (elementary, middle, and high school). Continue reading
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) is accepting applications for the 2017 Prevention Internship Program for Tribal Organizations.
The Prevention Internship Program, a component of SAMHSA/CSAP’s Prevention Fellowship Program, invites qualified individuals with strong interest in substance abuse prevention and behavioral health, for a 10-week paid internship in participating Tribes and Tribal Organizations throughout the United States. (Visit the application Web site at www.seiservices.com/SAMHSA/csap/preventionfellowship for a list of participating locations.)
Aseracare Hospice is seeking interns who are looking to learn more about the health care field, specifically end of life care. Aseracare works to support and comfort patients and families during the end stages of life. Students will learn and have hands on role working with the interdisciplinary hospice team, and will be able to work on both administrative and patient focused tasks. The intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the medical relations field, provide concrete deliverables and learn from top to bottom.
When the internship is completed you will gain a vast array of recruiting and networking skills to use in any workforce. Students will learn how to communicate with patients who are terminally ill, will learn how to support families and patients towards the end of life, and will learn about different disciplines roles with the patient and family. This is a great opportunity for anyone planning on entering the heath care, social services, or who is interested in working with the elderly population. Our ideal intern is creative, passionate about helping others, and eager to learn about end of life care.
All volunteers and interns are asked to complete a background check, drug test, TB test, as well as are provided training via the Volunteer Coordinator.
If there has been an immediate death in your family, we ask that you wait 13 months before volunteering or interning with us.
Interested students can contact the Volunteer Coordinator Emily Umbreit at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-497-4672.
The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. See attached questionnaire for more information. The partnership with Cerebral Palsy. Inc. requires the following:
The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. See attached questionnaire for more information. The partnership with Boys and Girls Club requires the following:
The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. See attached questionnaire for more information. The partnership with American Red Cross requires the following:
The Volunteer Center Intern Partnership connects Human Development and Psychology students with community internships. See attached questionnaire for more information. The partnership with ASPIRO requires the following:
The Director of Special Education and Pupil Services at Two Rivers Public Schools is looking for psychology-student interns to work at multiple levels (elementary, middle, and high school). Responsibilities would include:
- Observations of students.
- Academic and behavioral data collection and data entry (such as curriculum-based measures like Aimsweb).
- Proctoring computer adaptive assessments.
- Other opportunities as related to School Psychology.
Interested students should contact Nick Westphal at email@example.com.
The Pride Center is seeking two more interns for fall 2016. Applicants must have a 3.0 or more GPA, and must be supportive of LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies. Typically interns work 10 hours per week, but this depends on the criteria of the department for their academic degree. This is not a paid internship, but credit is earned.
Application forms can be picked up from the Pride Center or from the AIC reception desk. All prospective applicants will need to complete an application form and complete an interview with the Coordinator of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center. Please contact Stacie Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if interested.
Phuture Phoenix is accepting applications for an exciting, rewarding internship involving local underrepresented and disadvantaged youth and the UWGB campus. This internship is an excellent opportunity to see how the planning and operations of a large-scale educational program work and to learn more about encouraging area youth to consider post-secondary education. The main experience for the fall will relate to the fifth grade campus visit in October. You are offered a behind-the-scenes experience in planning a large scale event and you will work closely with the Phuture Phoenix staff in preparing for the two day event. Phuture Phoenix is a donor funded program with a small staff so your experience will give you an idea of the way a small non-profit works in the community. Continue reading
This summer, our Children’s Developmental Services has several openings for Summer Programs Assistants. These are unpaid internships but would be a great way for your students to gain experience and pad their resumes. The time commitments would be Continue reading