Case Intake Virtual Intern
Position: Case Intake Virtual Intern (unpaid)
Time and Commitment: 6 months - 12-15 hours per week.
As a Case Intake Intern, you are provided supervision and training by our Program Manager, Tanequa Moore, who has expertise in social work, case intakes and program management. You will be placed on one team at a Community Department where your primary responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Act as the primary contact for the potential enrollee as they assist the enrollee through the enrollment process for our virtual/in-person services for their children or for themselves.
- Conduct the initial intake assessment for the I'RAISE Programs. The assessment requires the individual to have investigative and active listening interviewing skills focusing on psychosocial and environmental conditions to further identify the needs and goals of the potential enrollee.
- Provide education to the potential enrollee and their families and caregivers on the virtual/in-person program and services that I'RAISE provides and address any concerns.
- Work closely with the Program Manager, conducting an initial screening and gathering of all supporting documentation and information in order to effectively match the enrollee with tutors, mentors and coaches.
- Contact and communicate with Mentors and tutors and coaches in regards to their matches.
- Submission of paperwork, scheduling appointments and follow up calls and completing electronic documentation is a key function of this internship position.
Hourly requirement: 15 hours or less per week. Internship schedule is determined based on the college requirement or based on the student's availability.
- Candidates are required to be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college or university.
- Common areas of study included but are not limited to: Human Services, Early Childhood Education, Social Work, or related fields
Students may receive course credit for the internship. Students seeking this option should inquire with their academic advisor. Employers will work with the student and college advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork.