Intern

The Link School  -   Intern Responsibilities

Cover letters, résumés for Intern positions are accepted at any time.

  • Academics:
    • support students with tutoring and assistance with course work.
    • assist with Link course instruction – science, history, social studies, language arts, math, Spanish, electives.
    • contribute to portfolios developed by the Education Director for each student with record of their academic work, service work, expeditions, and project accomplishments.
  • Experiential Education:
    • logistics preparation for expeditions and post expedition clean up.
    • expedition leadership for 7-10 day backpacking, climbing, canyoneering, whitewater rafting & kayaking, canoeing, sea kayaking,  horsepacking, mountain biking, backcountry skiing, sailing, surfing, winter camping, and whatever else we come up with.
    • expedition debriefs and education assessments.
    • maintain drivers license and ability to drive 9-15 passenger vehicle with trailer.
    • foreign travel program assistance dependent upon staffing needs
  • Resident Assistant:
    • 24 hour care as a resident assistant.
      • maintain professional and moral relationship with students at all times
      • ensure safe, love filled environment for the students.
      • health care (spiritual) and nursing care provided as needed – involve parents and practitioner as appropriate.
    • assistance with spiritual development program for the students.
    • food preparation and meal clean up
    • facility cleaning conducted and oversight of student work.
    • conflict resolution work and counseling as needed.
    • disciplinary action conducted as needed
    • assist students with employment and helping them get to and from work.
  • Service Work:
    • help set up projects and work with students
    • investment in service learning possibilities
  • Project Mentor:
    • work individually with 1 or 2 students each semester on individual projects.
    • assess project work and help students with final presentations
  • Spiritual:
    • practice Christian Science in all aspects of work and personal life
    • actively mentor students in their own spiritual exploration and growth
  • Staff & Administrative:
    • be willing to work long hours in an intense environment
    • maintain professional and moral relationship with students at all times
    • work closely with a small group of staff
    • communicate with parents and assist students in their communication with parents.
      • help with parent visitation weekends
    • attend trainings, professional development workshops and school visits.
    • work to keep program expenses within budget

 

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