Resident Intern Program
NEXT STEP INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Our training program gives formerly or currently homeless adults a combination of classroom and on the job training in a Low-Barrier Homeless Shelter or Transitional Housing Facility.
•About the Training Program:
–Interns will complete classroom hours and internship hours to prepare for entry-level social service employment with Camp Hope.
–Interns will learn to better assist clients with Serious Mental Illness, Addiction, and issues associated with Homelessness.
–job training may be provided in:
• Crisis Prevention
• Conflict Management
• Incident Reporting
• Maintaining Boundaries
• CPR & First Aide certification
• Customer Service
– Leadership Training
•Interns may be trained in the following areas:
–Shelter Monitor Aide – The Shelter Monitor Aide is responsible for assisting the clients in learning and performing their daily life skills activities as well as adhering to their program activities and objectives.
–Maintenance Aide – Maintenance Aide provide a clean and safe environment to the residents of the shelter by maintaining the facility including the sleeping areas, kitchen / food preparation area, restrooms, and all public areas.
–Must be 18+ and legally able to work in the United States
–High School Diploma/Equivalency or pursuing their GED
–Have an open and flexible schedule
–Ability to work weekends, evenings, holidays and overnights
–Ability to lift 50+ lbs.
–Ability to climb flights of stairs or steps
- Be currently completing or in the process of completing sustainability goals & working with Accountability Partner / Case Manager.
–Exceptional customer service skills and ability to think critically
- Remain Clean & Sober at all times
– Sign Up at the Office.
– Have the recommendation of at least (2) staff members
– Interview with the Shelter Director