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Community and Social Services Intern (PAID)

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Los Angeles, CA
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Published 20 days ago

If you are passionate about advocating for women’s rights and helping empower disenfranchised communities of Los Angeles we want you to apply. If you currently are not  living in Los Angeles but has for the majority of your life, lived in LA, we welcome you to apply. Applicants should possess a commitment to progressive change, racial justice, women’s advocacy, and working in a diverse environment.

*Please note we welcome all individuals from all backgrounds, religions, genders, socioeconomic status, and cultures to apply. You do not have to be Jewish to apply nor do you have to be aware of the practices of Jewish faith.

Description:

We are seeking a Community and Social Services intern who is interested joining us in supporting the mission, vision, and values of the National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles. We are a the Los Angeles Chapter of NCJW committed to advancing economic justice and equity for women and their families. We do this by providing direct service community programs, we support the passage of laws and policies that ensure economic security, promote dignity in the workplace and expand the safety net for families who are struggling. We have consistently tackled the complex social challenges of the day while filling gaps in the social services needed within our community. 

Opportunities & Responsibilities: 

  • Conduct research around program development, program content, evaluation, and advocacy. 
  • Help develop ways to expand digital connectivity for programming and to increase community outreach/awareness. 
  • Learn about program development and the advocacy process by assisting staff and attending program meetings, professional development meetings, and taking part in Lobby Day with NCJWLA to discuss priority issues for our region. 
  • Research potential organizations that focus on economic & community development to expand programming development and build ally-ship.  
  • Assist Chief Program Officer, Critical Response Coordinator, Research & Development Coordinator, Enrichment Coordinator, and Advocacy Program Manager with tasks related to NCJW|LA Programming development and delivery. 
  • Gain an understanding of working for NCJWLA and what it is like to work for a non-profit.  
  • Learn about civic engagement, social service programs, guaranteed basic income, and enrichment opportunities through a nonprofit lens to ensure we are providing a safetynet for Angelenos.

Primary Duties To Include But Not Limited To:

  • Support development of Advocacy Training Project, Guaranteed Income Program, Rental Assistance, and Enrichment Programs targeting women in the Los Angeles area through outreach, research, document proofing and drafting, and other administrative duties. 
  • Execute research about community stakeholders to inform and develop future partnerships whose mission aligns with economic justice and women’s advocacy. 
  • Assistance of direct service programs through execution phone or email. 
  • Become familiar with current news in Los Angeles County as they relate to economic justice, community resources, poverty, housing, non-profit programming, community demographics, children, and policy. 
  • Review and edit documents through Microsoft Office Suite 
  • Communicate with clients, staff, and external organizations through email and phone to ensure the program team is well supported in delivering program services. 

Skills Required:

Strong writing and communication skills and a commitment to social justice issues. No previous professional experience necessary, just a willingness to learn and get involved. Two years of higher education (junior or senior) and can devote 3 days a week minimum (10-12 hours minimum).  

  • Intermediate computer skills, with an emphasis on Excel, Word, Outlook. 

Job interests: Nonprofit management, Community Programming Development, Grassroot Organizing, Public Policy, Social Work, and Human Services.

If you are passionate about advocating for women’s rights and helping empower disenfranchised communities of Los Angeles we want you to apply. If you currently are not  living in Los Angeles but has for the majority of your life, lived in LA, we…

Details at a Glance

  • Start Date
    April 30, 2021
  • End Date
    August 27, 2021
  • Application Deadline
    April 16, 2021
  • Internship Benefits
    Academic Credits
  • Payment
    Hourly
  • Stipend / Wage
    $15/hour
  • Hours Per Week
    10-12 hours/week minimum; 3 days/week

Benefits

Close guidance and mentoring will be provided to help you in career development and personal growth.

Involvement and participation in Program Team Meetings, Committee Meetings, and Social Meetings to help building community and trust.

If the right fit - internship may be extended or you may be hired.

Close guidance and mentoring will be provided to help you in career development and personal growth.

Involvement and participation in Program Team Meetings, Committee Meetings…

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Location

Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
543 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036

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