Anytown Internship Application
Description:
Anytown interns served to program in a wide range of ways that will also ideally support their individual learning goals. Some examples of intern tasks and functions include:

* Gathering images and video throughout the week and posting on social media, as well as potentially putting together a video that encompasses the overall story of Anytown

* Gathering pre and post evaluation Data and holding one-on-one interviews with Delegates

*Facilitating Activities

*Communication with the facilities when necessary

*Snack time

*Planning and carrying out club activities

*Office Duty

Compensation:

As part of Anytown Youth Leadership Institute℠, Interns will receive an invaluable and rewarding opportunity to impact the lives of youth in the St. Louis Region, and training worth over $2,500. All Institute expenses (lodging, food and mileage) are paid for. There is no direct monetary compensation for interns.

Selection Process:

If you are interested, please complete this application via Google Forms. Once all sections are complete, make a copy of the application for your own records and hit "submit".

***Applications are due on March 4, 2019***

NCCJ St. Louis staff will begin reaching out to qualified applicants for in-person and/or phone interviews in early February, with decision to follow soon after. If you want to ensure your application has been received, email Ro Kicker at ro@nccjstl.org, or call the office at (314) 432-2525 ext 103.

Important Information

The Anytown Youth Leadership Institute℠, a program of NCCJ St. Louis, is a unique residential program for high school age youth. Anytown’s goal is to prepare youth to become skilled change agents who will promote social justice and inclusive communities. Youth participate in experiential learning activities and dialogue sessions designed to increase their understanding of human relations issues and of their own responsibility to create a community based on inclusion, trust, and mutual respect.

* Anytown will enroll up to 50 students and take place on a college campus (TBD) , July 7th-14th.

Many factors that go into the selection of interns. Among them is your experience with anti-oppression work both in and outside of Anytown℠, the identities that you hold, as well as the number of applicants that apply with your same identities.

It is important to remember that we receive many more applications than there are positions available, so please apply again for a future Anytown℠ role if for any reason you are not chosen to serve in this role.

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