ATCAA-FNL Youth Program Advisor Internship Application-Columbia College
Paid Internship 3-10/hr per week positions $22/hr
We are once again be recruiting candidates for internship opportunities through a Columbia Community College Partnership to help us run our on-campus positive youth development programs from March-May 2023. There may be opportunities to continue with us for the upcoming 2023-24 school year beginning in August. We are seeking students preferably studying in any of the following areas: Psychology, Social Services, Human Services, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Child Development and Education. While the schedule is somewhat flexible interns are required to attend the scheduled on-campus sessions they are assigned to advise.
Apply here with a cover letter and resume.
The Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA), which delivers Friday Night Live (FNL) programs is seeking interns to work as Youth Program Advisors on assigned school sites and out in the Tuolumne County community.
FNL Programs build partnerships for positive and healthy youth development that engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities. The FNL programs provide county-wide and school-based alcohol and drug prevention activities, as well as programs in wellness, healthy relationships, and leadership. They engage youth from various backgrounds and interests in a variety of youth-led and youth-focused events.
Advisors serve as mentors, guiding youth while they generate ideas, design, plan, execute, and post-assess/review activities and projects to help their campus and community. Chapter groups typically meet weekly on campus during lunch break or elective period.
Working with ATCAA’s Prevention Programs Director and Youth Development Coordinator, Youth Program Advisors will perform outreach, and work with youth to help coordinate, develop, and implement FNL activities in compliance with established standards of practice and core components of environmental prevention. Youth Program Advisors will also be a liaison between the chapter and the ATCAA Prevention Programs Office, parents, school faculty, administrators, and community. At the end of the school year they will complete an exit program activity report and feedback form.
No prior classroom experience is necessary but prior work with youth highly desired. Please completely fill out and submit the following application form.