Opportunity with Kids In Need of Defense / FALL 2018

Posted On 27 September, 2018

*About the position:* KIND’s Fresno field office is looking for a Social
Services intern for Fall 2018 to assist the Social Services Coordinator in
identifying and connecting with resources in the Central Valley of
California to support KIND clients. The position will be unpaid, but we are
happy to assist you with externship credit, work-study, or securing funding
from external sources. We have an intern laptop to use while working with
us.

*Qualifications:*

Interested applicants must be:

– Currently enrolled in an accredited College or University
– Fluent in Spanish & English
– Strong communication skills
– Experience working with immigrant families and children preferred
– Experience working with children and survivors of trauma preferred
– Passionate about issues affecting unaccompanied immigrant children
– Ability to commit to twelve weeks of interning preferred; minimum
commitment of ten weeks required.

Applications, including a cover letter, resume, and three references,
should be submitted online at: supportkind.org/jobs/

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) 550 E Shaw Ave, Ste. 218
< maps.google.com/?q=550+E+Shaw+Ave,+Ste.+218+%0D%0A+Fresno,+CA+93710&entry=gmail&source=g>
www.supportkind.org/

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