- August - December 2017
- Interns should be able to work at least 20 hours a week to be considered an intern
- Days are flexible depending on student schedule and internship manager needs
- Conduct full intake, assessment, and document verification of potential clients
- Work one-on-one with students to provide support with resume building, mock interviews, job applications, etc.
- Research industry trends and job openings
- Co-facilitate weekly job classes with Employment Specialists
- Participate in WFD activities such as company tours, mock interview days, career fairs, educational workshops, staff meetings, etc.
- Pursuing an undergraduate degree at a community college or four- year program
- Driver’s license and proof of insurance required if transporting clients
- Interest in international, refugee, and asylee issues
- Organized with attention to detail
- Fluency in Arabic, French, Swahili, or Nepali desirable
- Travel to and from clients’ residences, community locations, and numerous office sites in the Manchester and Nashua area.
- Ability to lift 20 pounds
This is an unpaid internship. Eligible for course credit.
TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in your application which internship you are applying for and at which location.