MindRight Coach Application Form
First Name
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Last Name
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Date of birth
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Email address
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Phone number
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What city do you currently live in?
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What time zone do you reside in?
What languages in addition to English are you fluent in?
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References
Please provide the name, company, title, email address, and phone number of 2 references who can speak to your ability to work with youth and/or your ability to provide organized and timely customer service with attention to detail
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How did you hear about MindRight?
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Years of full-time work experience
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Please provide your current employer/school and title/degree program and year
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Please describe in what capacity you have worked with youth (professionally, personally or on a volunteer basis) and the number of years you served that role
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Why do you want to volunteer with MindRight?
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Provide your preferred volunteer days and times
We text with students every day between 6am-11pm. Students choose a daily 2-hour window during which to text with MindRight. It is imperative that during your volunteer shifts, you are on your laptop and have reliable, secure Internet connection and that texting with students is your first priority. Write the days and times you prefer to volunteer (b/w 6am-11pm). You must be available to text for a minimum of 2 hours straight these days. (This survey takes your preference, but we may request you volunteer for different hours, depending on what our students select.)
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Please indicate how well each of the following seven statements describe you.
Note: Please respond truthfully. This is used to evaluate our training - it is not used to decide on whether you move forward in the application process.
1 - Does not describe me well
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5 - Describes me well
When I see someone being taken advantage of, I feel kind of protective toward them.
When I see someone being treated unfairly, I sometimes don't feel much pity for them.
I often have tender, concerned feelings for people less fortunate than me.
I would describe myself as a pretty soft-hearted person.
Sometimes I don't feel very sorry for other people when they are having problems.
Other people's misfortunes do not usually disturb me a great deal.
I am often touched by the things that I see happen.
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