2018 Final Fellowship Placements
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CAMPUSFELLOWSPAPERWORK DONETEACHER ADVISOR# of FellowsRequired PaperworkOrganizationOrganization's WebsiteFellowship AddressPrimary Contact NamePrimary Contact EmailPrimary Contact Phone NumberSecondary Contact NameSecondary Contact EmailSecondary Contact Phone NumberFellowship SupervisorJob DescriptionHalf or Full Day
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CHKiyla TruesdaleNO Paperwork reqiredSteele/Williams1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Two Rivers PCStworiverspcs.org1234 4th Street NE, Washington DC 20002Tarik Cranstoncranstont@gmail.com,
tcranston@tworiverspcs.org
917-684-8639Student will help implement lessons, learn how to plan and deliver lessonsHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHKayla LegionGallant1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a school photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureU.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbiahttps://www.justice.gov/usao-dc555 4th St. NWMelanie Howardmelanie.howard@usdoj.gov202 252-6930Wendy Pohlhauswendy.pohlhaus@usdoj.gov Primary ContactFellows will be assisting with the Community Outreach section of the U.S. Attorney's Office. Duties will include learning and assisting with legal enrichment and community outreach-specifically the annual Youth Summit. Also, expectations will be to observe and learn about trial process, court, and justice. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJames Avents, Julian SmithDONE!Olaniyan2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Nortonnorton.house.gov90 K ST, NE Suite 100, Washington, DC 20002Onyx EvisonOnyx.Evison@mail.house.gov202-408-9041Primary ContactThe office of Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton is currently accepting
applications for spring and summer interns. Candidates should be a self-motivated, team player that is ready to work in a fast-paced environment. Duties include, but are not limited to: opening mail, answering phones, constituent correspondence, providing aid to staff-members with various projects. The ideal candidate will be a hard-working, detail oriented professional with strong oral and written communication skills. Although this position is unpaid, we will work with the student to fulfill requirements for school credit programs. Interested candidates should email Norton.casework@mail.house.gov with a resume and a cover letter.
Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJackson AbarcaEdwards1Provide a school photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureRooted and Sustained L.L.C.https://rootedandsustained.wordpress.com/334 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001 Look for the garden.RonDell D Poolerrootedandsustained@gmail.com202-809-7475Primary ContactResponsible for the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds surrounding public and private properties. Plants flowers, mows, pulls weeds, repairs structures, and maintains outside of building.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
-Perform groundskeeping and some building maintenance duties.
-Mow lawn using a push lawn mower and/ or weed wacker..
-Trim and edge around walks, flower beds, and fences.
-Landscape by planting seeds, seedlings, saplings, trees, flowers, grass, shrubs, and bushes.
-Apply natural/ organic deterrents to rid grounds of pests/ rodents.
-Apply natural/ organic fertilizer to ground to enhance growth.
-Shovel snow from walkways and sprinkle ice down to keep people from falling.
-Sweep walkway of debris.
-Cut down tree branches that are hazardous to tree and human health.
-Trim shrubs and pull weeds.
-Perform minor repairs and maintenance procedures on equipment utilized in groundskeeping.
-Install lawn furniture.
-Rake, mulch, and prune the grounds as needed.
-Install rock, lighting, water, and furniture as needed.
-Water plants and grass as needed.
-Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing and removing thatch, and trimming and edging around flower beds, walks, and walls.
-Mix and spray or spread natural/ organic herbicides, or insecticides onto grass, shrubs, and trees, using hand or automatic sprayers or spreaders.
-Attach wires from planted trees to support stakes.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHStephen AvilaNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Break the Cyclewww.breakthecycle.org
Marta Beresin

mberesin@breakthecycle.org
202-849-6285, 202-413-4360Rachel DeLadesmordeladesmo@breakthecycle.org2028496283If the fellow decides he or she wants to do communications then it will be the primary contact. If the person wants to do program work then it will be one of our colleagues.Break the Cycle
High School Fellowship - Job Description
Mission - Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse. Founded in 1996, Break the Cycle has served over 1,000,000 youth and adult allies through prevention, intervention and advocacy initiatives. Break the Cycle initiatives are designed exclusively for young people ages 12 to 24.
Project 1: Build an Awareness Toolkit/one pager for young people on a dating violence topic
Job Duties will include:
Conduct market research on other youth organizations’ awareness toolkits/one pager (select 3 organizations to compare)
Build a Break the Cycle focused toolkit
Market test the toolkit with Let’s Be Real Members
Present the toolkit to the Let’s Be Real Movement through a GroupMe session
Project 2: Communications
Job Duties will include:
Building social media content for one or more of the platforms based on either the Back to School or Younger Than You Think campaigns
Participate in one SnapChat Taco About It Tuesdays
Write blog post or Interview another young person for a blog post based on monthly themes
Create a list of YouTube Hosts you think every young person should watch
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJordan Davis, Icsis StarlingOlaniyan2Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a school photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiature, Complete an entrance exam (ie: proper use of work computers)Operation HOPEwww.operationhope.org900 17th & I Street, NW, Washington DC 20006Cynthia Harrisoncynthia.harrison@operationhope.org202-344-9444Primary ContactCommunity Outreach adminstrative functions, researching potetntial clients, daily calls of existing clinets and new clients. Performing stantard office funstions; filing, typing, running errands for management, and participating in outreach events and functions. Some weekend work required. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHCobe Lancaster-BeyOlaniyan1Take a TB test, Complete electronic or ink fingerprintingLife Pieces To Masterpieceslifepieces.org5600 Eads St NE, Washington, DC, 20019Andrew Blickleablickle@lifepieces.org202-399-7703Frank Hallfhall@lifepieces.org202-399-7703Primary Contact, Secondary Contact, Eugenia Norde, Office AssistantAfter-School Mentor and Administrative Assistant
1) Support the lead teacher with classroom duties such as homework help, tutoring, daily lesson plan, snack, and free play, and other duties as assigned.
2) Assist the Education Program Manager in preparation for summer program.
3) Assist the Office Manager compiling paperwork for the annual audit.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHMario Zacualpa-MossoEdwards1Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureWashington Parks & Peoplehttp://www.washingtonparks.net/601 Division Avenue NE Washington, DC 20019Jeffrey CattsJeffrey.catts@washingtonparks.net(202) 618-6039Primary Contact, Secondary ContactOur Chavez Fellow will assist the organization with planting trees, gardening, tool inventory, volunteer assistance, photography, and administrative support. The Fellow will spend a lot of time outdoors, in different weather conditions, working primarily in Deanwood, Northeast DC, and Columbia Heights. S/he must be willing to work independently and in a group, comfortable with people from diverse backgrounds, and able to take photographs for social media.

Washington Parks & People has been improving city-wide parks and green spaces through community partnership, innovation, discovery, and workforce development. Our non-profit was founded in 1990.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHBrelyn Westray, Kiara Mair JacksonNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Dance Placedanceplace.org3225 8th street ne 20017Naomi Washingtonnaomiwr@danceplace.org202-269-1600Shannon Quinnshannonq@danceplace.org202-269-1600Primary ContactThe young adult will be essentially working as a junior staffer. Junior staffers take elective dance classes, do a arts related work shifts and attend weekly work shops at dance place.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHSamyah Barnes, Diamond SpencerEdwards2They would have to go through the DCPS volunteer background check.Sousa Middle Schoolsousacobras.org3650 Ely Place SETanisha Montgomerytanisha.montgomery@dc.gov202-997-1852Primary ContactSupport with school-wide administrative tasks Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJose Beltran, Matayah HenleyGallant2Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureNational Mall and Memorial Parkswww.nps.gov/nama1600 Independence Ave, S.W., Washington, DC 20024Jen EpsteinJennifer_Epstein@nps.gov202-438-9584Carlos De La TorreCarlos_Delatorre@nps.gov202-306-5474Not sure yetNational Mall and Memorial Parks is a national park in downtown Washington DC. It welcomes millions of visitors from around the country and the world each year. People come to see the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the World War II Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and many other well-known sites. There is one group of people who are not taking advantage of these special resources—it’s our local youth.

Park rangers repeatedly hear from young people in this area that they have not visited the park. While park rangers are currently conducting outreach and youth engagement projects aimed at increasing experiences for young people, the ranger staff would value the input and observations of a Student Fellow.

A Student Fellow at the National Mall and Memorial Parks in the Division of Interpretation and Education will learn about park resources and offer suggestions or ideas for better engaging young people in the park. The National Mall sites cover almost all aspects of American History so there is flexibility in topics for projects.

Your time in the park might cover the following activities: shadow a park ranger or rangers while touring the memorials and providing information to the public, learn the logistics and basic frequently asked questions to be able to assist visitors, visit multiple departments other than interpretation and education such as natural resources, facilities management, and even the superintendent, take photos and make suggestions for Facebook and other social media posts and much more.

The Fellow should be prepared to offer recommendations at the end of the assignment in a formal presentation to park staff. Presentation style is up to the individual. Creativity is encouraged so if the student has a particular interest or talent, please bring it! Park staff are eager to hear from a youthful perspective ways to improve the visitor experience at National Mall and Memorial Parks.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHDayonna Calloway, Georgia JonesGallant2Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security cardCenter City Public Charter Schoolswww.centercitypcs.org900 2nd St, NE, Suite 221, Washington, DC Robin Chaitrchait@centercitypcs.org,
Alysia Morgan <amorgan@centercitypcs.org>,
Kate Merrill <kmerrill@centercitypcs.org>
202-589-0202Nikki Alstonnalston@centercitypcs.org202-589-0202Secondary Contact, Kate MerrillOne fellow will provide assistance to the Talent Department within central office. The other fellow will provide assistance to the Curriculum and Instruction Department within central office.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJae'la RowlesGallant1Student will have to sign confidentiality waiverWendt Center for Loss and Healingwww.wendtcenter.org4201 Connecticut Ave., NW, DC 20008 (1 block from Van Ness metro stop)Kim Greenkgreen@wendtcenter.org202-204-5031Primary ContactCAMP PROJECTS FELLOW: Each June, the Wendt Center hosts a free grief camp for children ages 7-17 years old who have experienced the death of a loved one. A Chavez fellow would assist with getting camp supplies together, preparing art projects, assembling training packets and anything else that needs to be accomplished for Camp. Expectations include following directions, attention to detail and ability to work independently. Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHNhidje' Green, DeCarlo HarrisNO Paperwork reqiredOlaniyan2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Mentors of Minorities in Education (MOMIE's)Momiestlc.org2616 Georgia Ave, NW Washington DC 20001LaKesha King Lakesha.momiestlc@gmail.com240-350-5553Carlin George Carlin.momiestlc@gmail.comPrimary Contact, Secondary ContactFellows will be responsible for helping students learn, reviewing content with them, explaining how to solve problems and checking completed work. Fellows may also help students develop study skills and organization techniques to help improve their academic performance. This may be done in a one-on-one or group setting. In addition to the academic component, fellows will be responsible for supervising groups of students, providing discipline and serving as a role model.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHAhmad Brown, Zahkura EastmanOlaniyan2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.National Park Service, National Capitol Parks Easthttps://www.nps.gov/anac/index.htm1900 Anacostia Drive SE, Washington DC, 20020Christopher Hopkinschristopher_hopkins@nps.gov912-271-5081Nathan Johnsonnate_johnson@nps.gov202-426-5961 ext. 101Primary Contact, Secondary ContactPOSITION DESCRIPTION FOR KENILWORTH AQUATIC GARDENS
At Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens your work day may be split between working indoors at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Visitor Center and working outdoors providing interpretive roving.
During your first few days you will get basic newcomers training to include the history of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens as well as learning some of the wildlife of the park to be able to point out to visitors.
You may work at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Visitor center providing answers to visitor questions about Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. You distribute maps and brochures, provide directions through the park and inform visitors of potential safety hazards. You will also restock brochures and interpretive materials as needed. You will work with a National Park Service Ranger.
When outside doing Interpretive Roving you should monitor park activity, greet visitors to the Gardens and enforce park regulations. Your areas of roving can include the Lily and Lotus Pond Area, Marsh Boardwalk, Display Ponds Area, Anacostia River Trail connector and the Anacostia River Trail between the Tidal Cut Bridge and the Maryland Border. You may rove with a National Park Service Ranger. You may get binoculars in order to better view the wildlife. You should also keep communication open with the Park Visitor Center to inform Ranger staff of happenings within the gardens.
POSITION DESCRIPTION FOR ANACOSTIA PARK
At Anacostia Park your duty time will be divided between working at the Skating Pavilion, doing roving Interpretation or biking the Anacostia River Trail on National Park Service provided bicycles.
During your first few days you will get a basic newcomers training to include the history of Anacostia Park, as well as learning some of the wildlife of the park to be able to point out to visitors.
While working at the Anacostia Park Skating Pavilion your primary duties will consist of checking out and checking in of Roller Skates for use by general public using established procedures. You also should monitor the condition of the skates as they are checked in/out to observe defects in the skates.
While outside doing Interpretive Roving, you should interface with the general public and answer questions to the best of your ability. You may team up with a National Park Service Ranger.
Your duties at Anacostia Park also may consist of Roving on the Anacostia River Trail on National Park Service bicycles with a National Park Service Park Ranger. This duty will consist of answering visitor questions, Interpretation of the park, enforcing park regulations and monitoring permit activity.
You should also keep communication open with the Anacostia Park Skating Pavilion Ranger Staff to inform Ranger staff of events occurring in the park.
POSITION DESCRIPTION FOR THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
During your first few days you will get a basic newcomers training to include the history of The Frederick Douglass home, the grounds, and visitor center operations.
The worker will spend time at the information desk being the first point of contact for guests when they enter the park.
They will do research and learn the history of the site.
The youth will help guide groups through the home during their tours.
Youth will be stationed on the grounds outside of the home to provide information to guests who have finished their house tour or who are waiting on their tour to begin.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHPotee GaineyDONE!Olaniyan1Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a school signatureWoodrow Wilson Centerwww.wilsoncenter.org1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20004Maria-Stella Gatzoulismaria-stella.gatzoulis@wilsoncenter.org202-691-4188Krishna Anielkrishna.aniel@wilsoncenter.org202-691-4053Primary ContactSpecial Events, event planning, possible event researchHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHDaquan Ashton, Amirah Martin, Daawud MuhammadNO Paperwork reqiredOlaniyan3None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.DCTVdctv.org901 Newton Street Washington, DC 20017Brian Barberbbarber@dctv.org202-526-7007 ext. 113Primary ContactPutting together a production that will be aired on DCTVHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJordan JohnsonNO Paperwork reqiredSteele/Williams1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Little Lightslittlelights.org760 7th ST SE Washington DC 20003Cierra Petersoncierrapeterson@littlelights.org202-548-4021Mary Parkmarypark@littlelights.org202-548-4021Primary ContactStudents will assist with summer camp preparations and assisting community members to find much needed resources. Preparations include creating binders, creating signs, and arts and crafts. Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJulian Cardenas-TejedaSteele/Williams1Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureNALEO Educational Fundwww.naleo.org600 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Suite 480, Washington, DC 20003Erin Hustingsehustings@naleo.org202-546-2536Noel Pereznperez@naleo.org2025462536Primary Contact, Secondary ContactNALEO Educational Fund promotes full Latino participation in the political process, from citizenship to public service. In our Washington, DC office, we conduct research and advocacy to increase Latino representation in the federal government; improve access to naturalization; ensure that elections are accessible and fair; and encourage wide participation in Census surveys. During the internship's time frame, we will also be preparing for our annual conference, taking place later in June in Phoenix. We will ask our fellow to assist us with the following activities:
- Conduct research of academic and government documents to create briefing documents, talking points, and graphics, and to assemble facts and information for use in longer reports;
- Attend and assist at meetings with NGO partners, Congressional offices, businesses, and organizational members;
- Contribute to strategic discussions about communications and outreach to advance Latino participation in civic affairs;
- Assist with answering phone, office management, and bulk communications with organizational members and Congressional offices;
- Prepare and help deliver documents as needed, especially to offices that cannot accept physical mail until poison screening is completed.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHAsia WilkinsNO Paperwork reqiredSteele/Williams1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns., Although my organization does not have a process in place for on-boarding high school interns I would like a formal document that requires the parent, student, and school signature for accountability and liability purposes. Two Rivers Public Charter School www.tworiverspcs.org1234 4th Street, NE Washington, DC 20002Dawnyela Meredith dmeredith@tworiverspcs.org 202/543-8477Pretrece Smith psmith@tworiverspcs.org 202/543-8477Primary ContactNeed time to think through what experience would be most useful for Asia. Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHPurfett Howell, Kevin MackLooking to do paperwork on first day of Fellowship!Gallant2Provide a school photo ID, Take a TB test, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiature, UPO Volunteer Application with Parental Consent and Photo release waiverUnited Planning Organizationwww.upo.org2907 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE Washington, DC 20032Bernardette Ferrellbferrell@upo.org202-231-7945Ayana Biasabias@upo.org202-231-7946Primary Contact, Secondary ContactCommunity Outreach (Champions)Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHIsiaha ReynoldsDONE!!!Olaniyan1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, He will sign a Volunteer Service Agreement for our HR Department DC City Councilhttp://dccouncil.us/1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 107 Washington DC 20024Luz Martinezlmartinez@dccouncil.us202-724-8174Mtokufa Ngwenya mngwenya@dccouncil.usPrimary ContactAdministrative Assistant; administrative duties as needed in the Councilmember Robert White's office, shadowing the Councilmember in meetings/hearings.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHTrenaja WrightOlaniyan1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a school photo ID, Take a TB test, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureBright Begininnings Incbrightbeginningsinc.org3640 Martin Luther King Ave, SE WDC 20020Hillary Garnerhgarner@bbidc.org240-893-9966Keisha Jacksonkjackson@bbidc.org202-515-6932Primary ContactStudents will work with our administrative assistants and/or classrooms to support our two generational approach to serving children and families without homes. Specific tasks include preparing for events, forums, workshops, light office work, assisting teachers and teaching assistants and Education Director.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHQueSton Bell, Nori Clark, Jasmin Linthicum1. Fill out Kid Power Volunteer Application,
2. Nori & Que'Ston (under 18 years old): Under 18 DCPS Volunteer Form, requires signature from school advisor
3. Jasmin (over 18 years old): DCPS Volunteer Requirements (negative TB test and DCPS fingerprinting). will reimburse Jasmin for any costs associated with obtaining a TB test/reading.
Gallant3Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiature, If over 18, will need to go through the DCPS Volunteer Background Check Process (negative TB test and fingerprinting)Kid Power, Inc.Www.kidpowerdc.org755 8th Street NWJessica TruittJessica@kidpowerdc.org202-484-1404Curtis LeitchCurtis@kidpowerdc.org202-383-4543Secondary ContactFellows will serve as Site Associates and will be placed at one of Kid Power's elementary After-School program sites. Fellows will assist the After-School Teacher with small group instruction (STEM, homework help, Citizenship activities, health/wellness activities, and weekly elective clubs). Fellows may also be asked to help with administrative tasks in our Program Office to help with the running of a non-profit. Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHKevon RuckerGallant1Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a school photo ID, Provide their birth certificateThe Dance Institute of Washingtondanceinstituteofwashington.org3400 14th st NW, Washington DC 20010Teon Hendersonmhenderson@danceinstitute.org2028993842Akilah hewittahewiit@danceinstitute.org202-6001-4039Primary ContactDIW's youth internship program will consist of hands on work experience on arts management, Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHDevin BriceNO Paperwork reqiredSteele/Williams1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Tyler Elementary SchoolTyler Elementary1001 G. St. SEBrooks Warnickbrooks.warnick@dc.gov202-939-4810Capricia Albrittoncapricia.albritton@dc.gov202-939-4810TeacherFellows that are interested in teaching. The position will be in line with the duties of a teaching assistant or paraprofessional.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHAlan HernandezNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.GW Center for Excellence in Public Leadershiphttps://cepl.cps.gwu.edu/2033 K Street NW Suite 240, Washington, DC 20052Samantha V. Luna Henrysluna@gwu.edu202-994-5385 Gilda Cornejogcornejo@gwu.edu202-994-0228 Primary ContactPosition: Office Assistant
Position Functions: Office Assistance

Employer Profile:
The Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL) at The George Washington University brings 15 years of experience in cutting-edge leadership and management training in the public sector. The Center recently launched a Master’s of Professional Studies in Public Leadership with a Specialization in Multi-Sector Management, a blended-learning degree program that educated leaders to manage across government, private industry and non-profit services providers. Working with federal managers, CEPL also offers a standardized program that prepares leaders to step into senior executive positions, as well as customized programs to help address specific training needs for a variety of mid-level and executive level positions. In addition, CEPL partners with local and regional governments to offer Certified Public Manager programs that focus on skill development in areas such as leadership, communication, teamwork, and project management. For more information about the Center, the Master’s in Public Leadership, and upcoming training please visit. http://cepl.cps.gwu.edu/

Position Description:
The Office Assistant serves an integral role within the office providing overall office and program support. The Office Assistant will help plan and deliver several yearly leadership conferences as well as provide support to monthly programs. The position requires a mature individual who represents the Center in a positive light, takes initiative to accomplish Center programs and goals, is a good problem solver, and works well under pressure. This position involves opportunities to attend leadership conferences.

Specific duties include:
• Assist with all front-desk responsibilities such as answering phones, signing packages, organizing mail, and greeting clients and guests
• Keep office lobby and common areas clean and organized
• Assist in managing conferences and events including material preparation, transportation and conclusion session wrap-ups
• Assist with program administration including evaluation summaries and data entry
• Assist with certificate preparation and data entry
• Other duties as assigned.
Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJamira Guillory, Dayonna PixleyNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.ONE DConedconline.org614 S St NW, Washington, DCClaire Cookccook@onedconline.org202-232-2915Delonte Wilkinsdwilkins@onedconline.org202-232-2915Primary ContactCommunity organizing -- right to housing tenant organizing or Black Workers Center - outreach, phone banking, event planning & logistics, creating flyers, social mediaHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHMarvin MooreEdwards1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a school photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signature, Emergency contact information sheetCenter for Inspired Teachingwww.inspiredteaching.org1436 U Street NW, Suite 400, Washington DC 20009David Yarmchukdave@inspiredteaching.org202-462-1956Vaishali Joshivaishali@inspiredteaching.org202-462-1956Primary ContactThe Fellow will assist with planning and running our end of year teacher celebration event, and planning for our summer teacher training. Activites for each of these may include participating in planning discussions, inventorying and gathering materials, assembling workshop binders, drafting communications (email & social media), taking photographs, organizing music, participating in workshop facilitation training, and assisting with event logistics. Fellow may also be asked to provide feedback on workshop materials from a student's perspective.

The Fellow is expected to follow guidelines for office professionalism including being punctual, dressing appropriately (generally business casual), and being respectful towards others. This is in addition to completing assigned tasks, and participating in organizational activities such as meetings and training sessions. The Fellow is also expected to abide by our office values: relentlessly impact driven & nurturing, decentralized & integrated, and radical creativity & structured execution.
Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHShannun NewtonNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Character.orgcharacter.org1634 I St. Suite 550 Washington, DC 20006Heather Cazadheather@character.org202-296-7743Primary ContactThe fellows, depending on interest and skill, will help organize and plan our annual character conference, help with research and data entry for fundraising or our Schools of Character program, draft social media posts for the company, help with a membership campaign, etc.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHErick BermejoEdwards1Provide a school photo ID, Complete a volunteer appliicationCollege Boundcollegebound.org128 M Street NW Suite 220 Washington, DC 20001Kenneth WardKenneth@collegebound.org202-842-0858Caprice KingCaprice@collegebound.org202-842-0858Primary Contact, Secondary ContactThe fellowship opportunity will focus on the College Bound Virtual Mentoring Program (VMP). The VMP is designed to assist College Bound alumni to successfully transition into college and support them as they navigate through college. The fellow will interview alumni and collect data to help track student success and needs. They will also research internships, study abroad opportunities, and scholarships for program participants.
Additionally, fellows will assist with teh Academic Mentoring Program by updating the website and helping to plan a myriad of events for our high school students.
Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJashawn Beckham, Gerald ConteeEdwards2Provide a school photo ID, complete internal volunteer/intern applicationCommunity Family Life Services www.cflsdc.org305 E. Street NW Washington, DC 20001Michelle Holmesmholmes@cflsdc.org202-864-6308Bria Washingtonbrwashington@cflsdc.org202-347-0511Primary Contact, Secondary ContactCFLS is looking for individuals interested in learning about the barriers women deal with once returning home after a period of incarceration and those in need of emergency services living in the community. This is a list of various programs/services provided at CFLS - individual can request to work within any program.
Women’s Reentry- We provide release planning and intensive case management to women in the community as well as while they are housed in the Correctional Treatment Facility, Fairview Halfway House and Bureau of Prison so they can be stable and safe when they return to the DC community.
Women’s Wellness and Care for People with HIV/AIDS - We provide specific programming for women to maintain their physical and mental wellbeing. We also provide medical case management, free on-site HIV testing, prevention 101, and supportive services to help people with HIV/AIDS manage their wellness and overall health.
Job Developer/Mentor – We match families with trained mentors to empower and support them by sharing financial, educational, parental, and household management ideas and tips.
Parenting Program - We lead groups to educate parents and guardians of children about new concepts and techniques to make the challenges of raising children easier.
Employment Services – We provide individualized assistance with resume writing, interviewing skills and locating job opportunities. Assist individuals in the computer lab area.
Emergency Services - We help address unexpected needs by providing food on Tuesdays, clothing for women on Wednesdays and Thursdays and on Fridays from for men.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHIyannah CrewsEdwards1Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a school photo ID, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiature, It depends on the age of the participant.DC DPRdpr.dc.gov4321 Ord st NE Washington, DC 20019Elliott Brownelliott.brown@dc.gov202-257-8088Kentasha Dicksonkentasha.dickson@dc.gov202-299-5094Secondary ContactThe Fellow will be asked to support our Out of School Time programming. Administrative duties, as well as, assist with program facilitation.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHAnthony AmayaFingerprinting scheduled on ThursdayEdwards1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signatureUS EPAhttps://www.epa.gov/education1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, William Jefferson Clinton North Room 1426, Washington, DC 20460Javier Araujoaraujo.javier@epa.gov202-564-2642Paula Whittingtonwhittington.paula@epa.gov202-564-2739Primary ContactOur expectation will be that the individual selected will come to work on time, be prepared to work in an environment with shifting priorities, be professional at all times. The job will include assisting in the preparation of budgets, writing blogs, press releases, researching information and working with Office 365, and Word.
Please instruct students that plan to email or call for an interview to spell check their emails, go to the Office of Environmental Education website and be familiar with the programs in OEE and what the EPA generally does. We in OEE take this internship seriously and view it as a professional opportunity, we expect the student intern to understand this as well.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJayla JohnsonEdwards1Provide a school photo ID, Provide a student work permit, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureGWPDhttps://safety.gwu.edu801 22nd St NW Phillips B148, Washington, DC 20052Kimberly Anthony,
Betlhem Biratu
muskelly@gwu.edu,
bbiratu@email.gwu.edu
2029940323Bessie Burrusburrus@gwu.edu202-994-8408Primary ContactAdministrative assistant tasksHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHSamari AndrewsEdwards1Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a school photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Provide a student work permit, Take a TB test, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureThe Fishing Schoolhttps://www.fishingschool.org/4737 Meade St NE, Washington, DC 20019Quinci Moody,
Jennifer Butler-Gatling
qmoody@fishingschool.org,
jgatling@fishingschool.org
202-361-1901Porsha Childspchilds@fishingschool.org202-361-1901Primary Contact, Secondary ContactPosition: Programs Intern Status: Part-time/Full-time, Unpaid
Reports to: Director of Programs Hours: Flexible

Purpose:
The Fishing School (TFS) offers a number of valuable learning experiences for interns to participate in. It takes a lot of behind-the-scenes efforts to launch our youth initiatives and to ensure that they are effective. This includes tracking and measuring the outcomes of what we do regularly. Our Programs Intern will assist in the day-to-day administrative aspects of overall program management and assist in the implementation of those efforts.

What you will Learn:
• How TFS is working to increase academic support and quality of education for youth in Wash., DC.
• How extended learning and STEAM-based activities can enhance the educational initiatives set forth by DCPS.
• How to work with diverse audiences and engage community members.
• Coordination, organization and data-driven analysis of youth programs.
• How to interact across departments in order to provide the best programs for students.

Reports to: Director of Programs

What we require:
• Progress toward a college degree. Some classroom experience with youth desirable.
• Proficiency in multiple computer programs.
• Strong attention to detail with the ability to complete projects in a timely fashion.
• Ability to effectively communicate in both oral and written English.
• Interns should support the Mission, Values and Goals of The Fishing School. Our main priority is to prepare public school youth for middle school and beyond by building academic and life skills and by engaging them and their parents through intensive, multi-year programs and services.
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Position: Operations Intern Status: Part-time, Unpaid
Reports to: Director of Operations Hours: Flexible

About The Fishing School: Founded in 1990 by former DC police officer Tom Lewis, The Fishing School (TFS) is a youth development organization serving youth and their families in under-served communities of Washington, D.C. TFS operates academic-focused out-of-school time programs for over 300 students each year. In addition, the organization uses its Parent Support Center to help parents and guardians acquire the skills needed to support the development of their child. For more information, please visit www.fishingschool.org.

POSITION SUMMARY
TFS seeks an individual to assist the Operations Department with managing its office systems and supporting its business functions. The Operations Intern assists the Director of Operations with developing and implementing core operations initiatives to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Develop and implement organizational systems for efficiency
• Assist operations department with coordination and implementation of office operations (managing vendor relations, conducting inventory, ordering supplies, serving as first point of contact for the organization, facilitating meeting coordination and set up)
• Facilitate human resources processes (recruitment, reference and background checks, assistance with on-boarding and orientation)
• Complete special projects at the request of the Director of Operations
• College credit eligible

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate is an energetic self-starter who possesses strong planning, organizational, communication and time management skills. He or she is proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter outlining their interest in the position, a current resume, and two writing samples to jobs@fishingschool.org. The Fishing School will not consider incomplete applications. No phone calls please.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHShantania PrescottEdwards1Emergency contact sheet and confidentiality formThe Washington Legal Clinic for the Homelesswww.legalclinic.org1200 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20009Kristi Matthewskristi@legalclinic.org202-328-1262Caitlin Cocilovacaitlin.cocilova@legalclinic.org202-328-5516Primary ContactThe Fellow will assist the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless staff members with outreach to individuals experiencing homelessness, as well as with engaging community members in advocacy work. This will include making phone calls, going to shelters and day programs, and assisting with creating and distributing materials on legal rights, advocacy opportunities, and local DC actions. Fellows should have good communication skills and be ready and willing to engage with various types of community members, many of whom have low incomes and who are currently or formerly homeless. Fellows may also be expected to work a couple of nights (they will be with Legal Clinic staff). Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHGh'mira Anderson, James JordanJames sent student ID, need one more IDGallant2Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a school photo ID, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a school signature, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureU.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights -Data and Records Management Divisionwww.ascr.usda.gov355 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024-9410Kenneth J. Baisdenkenneth.baisden@ascr.usda.gov, Veda.Patterson@ascr.usda.gov202-260-1897Michele Washingtonmichele.washington@ascr.usda.gov202-205-3369Primary Contact, Secondary Contact, Veda Patterson - veda.patterson@ascr.usda.govIntern(s) will respond to customer telephone and correspondence inquiries. Intern(s) should possess a pleasant personality, exhibit patience, professionalism and demonstrate good customer service skills. Student(s) will perform basic IT duties. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHAliyah TateGallant1Provide a government issued photo ID, Provide a school photo ID, Provide their birth certificate, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Complete an entrance exam (ie: proper use of work computers)U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the General Counsel, Civil RIghts Labor and Employment Law Divisionhttps://www.usda.gov/our-agency/staff-offices/office-general-counsel-ogc1400 Indepedendence Ave SW Washington DC 20250Juan Carlos Alarconjuan.alarcon@ogc.usda.gov202-690-2163Britt Stuartbritt.stuart@ogc.usda.gov202-690-2380Primary Contact, Secondary ContactWe want our intern to learn what it is like to work in an office environment in a large organization and to learn how to conduct him or herself professionally. This position would be ideal for someone with an interest in the law and who wants to see what the daily life of a government attorney is like. The intern may work on editing and preparing our employment law group newsletter for release, may sit in on our employment law group teleconference and summarize the topics of discussion, may attend and assist with preparing for trainings that are offered to USDA employees on compliance with discrimination laws, and may attend public court hearings related to USDA cases. The intern also may be asked to assist with case management data entry, with archiving closed cases, and other administrative tasks.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHAlayiah Claiborne, Ijanae DewsNO Paperwork reqiredGallant2No Paperwork requiredDC Dream CenterDC Dream Center2826 Q Street, SE, Washington, DC 20020Christina N. Hendersonchristina.henderson@dcdreamcenter.com202-575-3337Ernest Cloverernest.clover@dcdreamcenter.com202-575-3337Primary ContactThe DCDC is a faith based non-profit community center. The young ladies participating in this program will be assisting with the varied programs that we provide to the community. These services could range from clerical, after school programs to help assisting community members.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJeron RussellNO Paperwork reqiredGallant1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.DCSRNdcschoolreform.org1730 Massachusetts NW AveKay Starrkstarr@dcschoolreform.org202-315-2414 Madeline Karpmkarp@dcschoolreform.org202-315-2423Primary Contact, Secondary ContactFellows will assist the organization with database work, light copy-editing and writing, independent research, calling constituents and partner organizations, attending meetings as needed.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHTybrea Ford, Brian JonesGallant2Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureFood & Friendswww.foodandfriends.org219 Riggs Road NE, Washington, DC 20011Andrece Bassettabassett@foodandfriends.org202-269-6824Beth Stewartestewart@foodandfriends.org202-269-6878Primary Contact, Secondary ContactDuties will include facilitating orientations; recruiting and cultivating relationships with individual and organizational volunteers; assisting the kitchen team with food prep and packaging; Helping staff drivers deliver meals to clients; and recording and reporting on data collected about our volunteers and their experience.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHTio Debro, Charmece Jackson, Eduardo SancheczGallant3Provide a school photo ID, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiatureNational Park Service/ White House Visitor Centerwww.nps.gov/whhoWhite House Visitor Center 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D.C. 20230Monamma AL-GhuiyyMonamma_AL-Ghuiyy@nps.gov202-208-1637Katie WilmesKatie_Wilams@nps.gov202-208-1631 ext. 230Primary ContactI will need to provide this laterFull-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHShamya Brawner, Danasia Butler, Germonie Holloway, Ceason Keopraseuth, Viviana Melara, Imanol Pleitez, Manfredys Portillo, Tion Titus, Brian WilliamsNO Paperwork reqiredGeddis, Leonard8None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Deloitte & The Sentencing Project709 12th St, SEShawon Jacksonshawonjackson@deloitte.comDarryl Robinsondarrylrobinson@deloitte.comStudents will work in groups to create videos about issues related to juvenile justice to be posted on The Sentencing Project's social media accountsHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHIsaiah McCall, Tiyah Ruffin, Quotia Tilghman, Tywanna WilliamsOlaniyan4Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide health records, Take a TB test, Have their photo taken, Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signiature, Complete an entrance exam (ie: proper use of work computers), clear a background checkHoward University Hospitalhuhealthcare.com2041 Georgia Avenue, N.W., Room 2054, Washington, DC 20060Cynthia Livingstonclivingston@huhosp.org202-865-4238Natasha Whitenywhite@huhosp.org202-865-4236 Primary ContactFellows, depending upon assignment, will assist departments with clinical and administrative tasks.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHDestiny BrownOlaniyan1Provide a school photo IDSt. Francis Xavier Catholic Academyhttp://www.stfrancisxaviercadc.org/2700 O Street, SES. Parrishsheryce.parrish@catholicacademies.org2025812010Harold Thomasharold.thomas@catholicacademies.org2025812010Primary ContactTo be determinedHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHTayon Shepard, Irie SmithOlaniyan2Provide their Social Security Number/Social Security card, Provide a government issued photo ID, Complete electronic or ink fingerprinting, Have their photo taken, Will learn of other requirements, if any, soonU.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Public Affairswww.fws.gov5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041Christina Meister, Jessica CollierChristina_Meister@fws.gov,
Jessica_Collier@fws.gov
(703) 358-2284,
(703) 358-2050
Edward StokerEdward_Stoker@fws.gov(703) 358-2014Primary ContactThe fellow will assist with outreach and education projects pertaining to wildlife trafficking, law enforcement, endangered species and foreign species. This may include assisting with media interviews, drafting blog posts, editing national press releases, and assisting with various other projects as assigned. The participant should have good writing skills, a familiarity with basic Microsoft office products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) and standard social media platforms. There is potential for offsite visits, so the participant must be able to travel to nearby destinations via the USFWS shuttle, DC metro and MARC train. An interest in international wildlife conservation and media/outreach is preferred. Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHKevin Escalante, Claudia Espinal, Jorge Garcia Molina, Michael ReyesOlaniyan4Complete paperwork requiring a legal guardian signatureGeorge Washington Memorial Parkway (NPS): SPECIAL NOTE: This Fellowship is in VA. Students will be given a special metro pass to travel to the Reagan-National metro stop on the yellow/blue line, then will need parental permission to be picked up by a staff member and driven to the site.nps.gov/gwmp2700 George Washington Mem Pkwy, McLean, VA 22101 Justice Bryantjustice_brewer-bryant@partner.nps.gov202-438-6627Trudy Rothtrudy_roth@nps.gov202-438-6627Secondary Contact, Other NPS Staff This job will mainly be out doors doing projects like trash clean ups (planning and execution), invasive removals, landscaping, planting and more. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHKemoni HarrisonSteele/Williams2Provide a government issued photo ID, Interest in working with our organizationTotal Family Care Coalitiontotalfamilycarecoalition.org1214 I St SE #11Gail Aventtotalfamilycarecoalition@gmail.com202-249-1000Monica Fullermonicajfuller.tfcc@gmail.com202-249-1000Secondary ContactThey will be assisting with our youth support group/meeting. Helping create agenda of topics to discuss.Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHMalik WorthyDONE!!Gallant1They will need to complete the Volunteer Service Agreement and Personnel Action Notification FormDC Councilhttp://www.davidgrosso.org/1350 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 402, Washington, DC 20004Katrina Forrestkforrest@dccouncil.us202-724-8194Tony Goodmantgoodman@dccouncil.us202-727-8271Primary ContactThe fellow's tasks will include policy research and analysis, drafting letters and memos for both internal and external purposes, drafting legislation, drafting blog posts and administrative tasks as assigned. The fellow should show up on time with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn. The environment can be fast-paced so the fellow should be unafraid to ask questions.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHDanae Green, Kavon Jackson, Tyson MinorNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards3None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.FBR Branch Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washingtonbgcgw.org/fbr1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, WDC 20020LeVar JonesLJones@bgcgw.org202-610-9707Kerron KallooKKalloo@bgcgw.org2026109707Secondary ContactOur description is forthcomingHalf-day (3-4 hours/day)
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CHJazmyn Booth, Robert MyersNO Paperwork reqiredEdwards2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.DC College Access Program www.dccap.org1400 L Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20005DaRonna JonesDaRonna.Jones@dccap.org202-725-1657Matthew Averymatthew.avery@dccap.org202-783-3851Primary Contact, Secondary ContactFellow must possess the following: Mature, self-motivated, takes initiatives, eager to learn new things, have an expressed interest in attending college. The Fellow will assist high school management team with filing, shredding, mailing fundraising materials to donors, updating scholarship resources, researching college and scholarships option, creating a draft of their personal statement for their upcoming senior year of high school and other duties as assigned. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHJaylen Johnson-Atwater, Amari JonesNO Paperwork reqiredOlaniyan2None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.St. Francis Xavier Catholic Academywww.stfrancisxaviercadc.org2700 O Street, S.E. Washington, D.C. 20020Ms. Elaine E. Harriselaine.harris@catholicacademies.org202-581-2010Mr. Harold Thomasharold.thomas@catholicacademics.org202-581-2010Primary ContactJaylen will assist the art, music and any other teacher or staff as needed, he wil at times tuitor some student and help the PE Teacher.Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHMikerra PettwayNO Paperwork reqiredGallant1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Jefferson Academywww.jeffersontrojans.org801 7th St SW, Washington, D.C. 20024Tumeka Brookstumeka.brooks@dc.gov301-531-5057Primary ContactThe fellow will assist the teacher in the classroom. Full-day (6-8 hours/day)
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CHGeorge JonesNO Paperwork reqiredGallant1None. My organization does not require any on-boarding paperwork of high school student interns.Friendship Public Charter School
Chamberlain Campus
www.ewstokes.org1345 Potomac Avenue, S.E.Valerie Nicholas-ChristianVChristian@friendshipschools.org 202-547-5800Cesea Saunderscsaunders@friendshipschools.org202-547-5800Primary ContactStudent will work in the capacity of a teacher's aide and provide direct support for the classroom teacher. He will aide in setting up for classes, equipment disbursement, maintain organization of materials, assist in supervision of appropriate usage of equipment and overall activities. Adhere to the plans that have been drafted by the classroom teacher for each specific grade level to ensure that they are meeting the standards that are being instructed each day.
Aide in the creation and execution of a safe and orderly field experience. Student is to report on time each day and adhere to the direct instructions and expectations of the classroom teacher as well as follow school wide protocols and norms.
Half-day (3-4 hours/day)
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