Youth Grow Classroom Intern Application
The Classroom Intern for 2017/2018 will assist Youth Grow staff and/or the FoodCorps Service Member in facilitating classroom garden lessons by: leading small groups in implementing garden lessons, helping with set-up and clean-up of activities, supporting classroom management, helping with garden maintenance, assisting in garden taste tests and documenting student experiences (ie. quotes and photos). Interns can expect to gain skills in the field of garden based and classroom education. This is currently an unpaid internship.
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Season - Which season/s are you interested in interning with Youth Grow? Interns are expected to commit to a minimum of one season, and are encouraged to consider a 6-9 month commitment. *
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Please check the any time blocks you could be consistently available. Time blocks are approximate and could change by 15-30 minutes for specific schools. Interns will gain between 60-80 hours of experience assisting and implementing garden-based education lessons. Interns are expected to commit to a minimum of one season, and are encouraged to consider a 6-9 month commitment.
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Morning (approximately 8am-12pm)
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Afterschool (approximately 2-5:45pm)
Location Preference
Our partner schools are located in Northeast, and Southeast Portland. Are you available to intern at any/ all of these locations?
Do you have any internship requirements you'd like to fill with this internship? If so, please identify the educational institution and program affiliated with the internship requirement and list the hours needed to satisfy requirements. *
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Skills and Experience (2 sentence minimum per question) *
Please describe your experience working with youth ages 5-13.
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Please describe your experience with and knowledge of gardening.
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Please detail any experience you have working with hunger/poverty issues and low income children or adults.
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What experience do you have working with diverse groups of people?
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What excites you most about being a Garden Educator?
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Can you communicate in any languages other than English?
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Do you have any special skills you would bring to Youth Grow?
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Please describe what you would like to gain from this internship experience.
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* Will you be able to submit a background check?
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* Will you be able to follow Youth Grow and Growing Gardens protocol for providing positive discipline and open communication?
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