We are looking for 10-12 dedicated youth leaders to participate in a 15–week paid intern

Project DOT is a youth-centered program designed to coach emerging young leaders in an array of professional and community development skills while providing vital education on sexual and dating violence prevention, healthy relationships, as well as consensual dating and sexual hook-up practices.

QUALIFICATIONS:
- This position is intended for Young Women of Color between the ages of 15-20 years. 

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS:
- Increase your social media following by participating in radio shows and print media opportunities.
- Explore and build your leadership skills and self-confidence.
- Improve your communication and public speaking skills.
- Gain skills in media campaign development and project planning.
- Earn a Civic Leadership Certificate that can be used to build your resume.
- Receive a $200 stipend upon completion.

INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS:
- Attend a weekly 2-hour meeting from September 2019 to January 2020 (minus holidays and winter break)
- Participate in community engagement activities to in increase dialogue about teen dating and sexual violence prevention, including:
→ Recruiting 3-4 peers to participate in a bystander intervention training.
→ Engaging 2-3 parents and other adults from your community in dialogues about teen sexual violence prevention.
→ Increasing social media campaign’s visibility by sharing, reposting, and tagging influencers at least 15 times. 

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Your answers will remain confidential.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Date of Birth

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* 3. What grade are you in?

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* 4. Which race/ethnicity best describes you? (Please choose only one.)

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* 5. How would you describe your current gender identity?

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* 6. What is your sexual orientation?

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* 7. Have you previously taken part in activities or volunteered your time on projects focused on ending sexual assault or harassment in your community?

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* 8. How did you hear about Project DOT?

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* 9. Why are you interested in interning with Project DOT?

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* 10. List three skills you possess that would make you an effective leader.

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* 11. Project DOT expects that participants recruit 3-4 peers to participate in bystander intervention training. Are you capable of recruiting 3-4 peers to participate in bystander intervention training?

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* 12. Please provide a professional reference who can speak to your character and support you in recruiting peers and adults for bystander intervention training. This person can be a teacher, guidance counselor, program director, or supervisor.

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* 13. Are you available Tuesdays from 4:30pm - 6:30pm?

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