Want To Work At The Tulsa Campaign?
Tulsa Campaign is currently seeking the following:
Tulsa Campaign Intern
Tulsa Campaign is currently seeking applicants for an internship to begin in January 2018 for the duration of the spring semester.
Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy seeks intern with various skill sets. The purpose of this internship is to educate the intern about the issues surrounding and effects of teen pregnancy in Tulsa, while helping them grow into a valuable member of the Tulsa Campaign team.
Responsibilities and Duties: Assignments will depend on the intern’s skill set and education goals for their internship and will be mutually agreed upon. These could include, but are not limited to the following typical intern assignments:
- Conduct research pertaining to local socioeconomic structure of Tulsa and its effects on teen pregnancy rates and related issues.
- Synthesize and prepare data to send to partner organizations, board members, and funders to maintain communication about the campaign regarding current progress.
- Prepare materials for campaign trainings and meetings.
- Assist in functions with the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Youth Leadership Council (YLC).
- Assess the educational value in specific resources designated to various age groups.
Education: The Tulsa Campaign is looking for interns with some college or technical college experience. Students with at least a sophomore standing are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply: Complete the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Internship Application, and email with attached résumé to email@example.com. Additionally, in this email please provide information for at least three references. To be considered for internship, all application materials must be received by January 10, 2018
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ModusEd Outreach Intern
ModusEd is an in-school transit training program that ensures teens have the knowledge they need to use Tulsa’s existing transit options to get to school, part-time jobs and higher education opportunities. ModusEd provides a customized 20-minute training which includes a Transit Passport and hands-on in-class experience with a transit expert to every Freshman student enrolled at Tulsa Public Schools. By educating youth on how to ride the bus and offering free bus passes, we are enabling teens to access the entire city on their terms, by redefining independence through mobility.
We are currently seeking an intern for the fall semester to help coordinate and provide community outreach and transit training to Tulsa Public School students. Transit training includes a customized 20-minute training in a classroom setting during normal school hours.
-Conduct transit training/outreach for Freshman TPS classes.
-Assist in developing curriculum.
-Represent ModusEd at volunteer fairs and community events as needed.
-Ability to speak in front of groups.
-Strong communication skills.
apply at https://www.yst.org/open-positions/