The Summer Intern will be supervised by Clinical Director Ava Rose, LCSW,, and will have the following opportunities::
Family Court Advocacy Project Assistant—including conducting/ supervising court observations, data entry & analysis, literature review and assistance in grant research and preparation;
Community-based program development for local school- and shelter-based programs (may include research and development of teen health curriculum, development of human trafficking outreach program, etc.);
Community outreach & networking, including attending local interagency councils, LA &/or
Grant Writing—researching funding opportunities and grant preparation/ writing, in collaboration with the Director of Community Services, Leslie deBeauvais;
Volunteer Recruitment for the WHWS Counseling Talkline.
- Participate in the inner-workings of a busy, community-based, old-fashioned social work agency;
- Collaborate closely with NCJW/LA Director of Community Programs, WHWS Clinical Director & Clinical Program Coordinator;
- Develop professional contacts through interagency collaborations;
- Supervisors will work with the student to create learning experiences based on the student’s interests and learning needs
- Strong writing and organizational skills required.
- Bilingual Spanish candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
2 schedule options are available
Option A: 6 weeks @ 20 hours/week
Option B: 8 weeks @ 16 hours/week
Ava Rose, LCSW
Clinical Director, Women Helping Women Services