Program Intern

The AnBryce Foundation

The AnBryce Foundation

Program Intern

McLean, VA
Internship
Paid
  • Responsibilities
    • Assist in the coordination of the Student Adventures in Leadership Program (SAIL)
    • Assist the Director of Programs in the development of progressive curriculum and implementation that includes Social & Emotional Learning as an essential component
    • Assist with recruitment and management of program participants
    • Identify and implement appropriate leadership, college prep, and other activities for participants to benefit
    • Identify and cultivate relationships with program supporters and partners
    • Assists in planning and delivery of one service learning opportunity each semester
    • Monitor students’ academic progress and recommend critical intervention as needed to ensure participants achieve their academic goals.
    • Enter and maintain participant records such as student academic and demographic data. Including the setup of systems to ensure accurate data entry and the generating of reports
    • Monitor and manage the progress of the Senior Capstone Project
    • Develop collaborative partnerships with community organizations
    • Assist in the identification and implementation of new program initiatives to expand the scope and impact of the program
    • Serves as the Parent Coordinator for high school programs. This includes maintaining effective relationships with the parents/guardians and program participants including appropriate follow/up, and written communication
    • Update resource guide for high school families
    • Ensure the publication of bi-weekly SAIL newsletter
    • Update SAIL Manual and develop collaterals as needed
    • Perform other responsibilities assigned by the Director of Programs
    • Assist in the coordination of the Pillars of Excellence Internship Program
    • Prepare and assist in the training of participants
    • Plan and lead in-service meetings
    • Liaise with program site supervisors and do intern site visits during the summer
    • Provide constructive feedback to participants
    • Assist in expanding the network of corporations and institutions
    • Guide and supervise participants
    • Apply basic youth development principles in working with youth
    • Ensure participants are properly supervised at all times
    • Implement and maintain classroom management techniques
    • Maintain high standards of health and safety
    • Provide first aid and/or CPR, if necessary
    • Instruct participants in emergency procedures
    • Follow and uphold all safety and security rules and procedures

    Availability

    This position requires availability for 6 Saturday's out of each program semester Maximum 30 hours per week

  • Qualifications
    • Currently enrolled undergrad, preferably junior or senior
    • Experience working with high school students
  • Industry
    Non-Profit
  • About Us
    The AnBryce Foundation is a philanthropic organization that promotes social change by building a community of global citizens through education, career, cultural, and leadership opportunities to under-resourced young people.