Agency:Kedila Family Learning Services
Contact: Erin Ricketts
Keywords: Children, Kids, Summer, Education, Academics, Athletics
Descriptions: The purpose of this internship is to gain direct experience working with children as well as our program as a whole in the summer camp setting. This internship is intended for the individual who has an interest in education, recreation, youth leadership, child development or a variety of other fields. It will help bridge the gap between theory and practical experience. The internship is designed to provide training with some practical application of skills. Duties will include assisting with summer camp operations, participating in staff meetings and program debrief meetings, supervising youth as needed, developing theme-based activities, and observing and leading camp activities. In addition, interns will be responsible for completing an independent project related to the experience such as developing educational activities or lesson plans, developing newsletters, and assisting with planning a final student showcase.
Product of Partnership: There are a variety of options including lesson plans for academics or enrichment, newsletter development, or a major role in planning a final student showcase.
Final Product Special Instructions:Day to day duties will include assisting with summer camp operations, participating in staff meetings and program debrief meetings, supervising youth as needed, developing theme-based activities, and observing and leading camp activities.
This service activity is availble for Intern students Volunteers.
Finger Print is Required.Fingerprinting is part of our background check process.
Background Checks is Required. We conduct background checks on all of our interns and volunteers.
The CP requests emergency contact information.Emergency Contact information will only be used in case of an emergency involving the student.
Evaluations/surveys will be requested by community partner to be completed by students.
We have a brief exit interview that we will ask the intern to complete. Students allowed to take pictures or video.
Availability Requirements:Monday-Thursday sometime between 8 and 3
Minimum Service Hours per month: 40
Minimum Positions: 1
Students will work both on site at Banneker Elementary (421 Burdette St.) and from home.
Transportation options:Walking distance to Tulane
Check-in at the site: Sign in at the Volunteer binder and inform the program manager that they have arrived.
Students track their hours at site: Students will track their hours on a time.sheet kept on site in our volunteer binder.
Week1: Get to know kids.
Help with administrative duties.
Week2: Work with kids. Begin developing project. Help with administrative duties.
Week3: Work with kids. Continue developing project. Help with administrative duties.
Week4: Work with kids. Continue developing project. Help with administrative duties.
Week5: Work with kids. Implement project. Help with administrative duties.
Week6: Work with kids. Implement project. Help with administrative duties.
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