There are 5 amazing paid Addison County Shepherd Internships for this summer!
- Charter House Coalition: Coordinate the Farm-to-Table and Community Meals programs, integrating community garden fresh produce into to meal programs, food shelves, and low-income neighborhoods (free room, most meals)
- Boys and Girls Club of Vergennes: Work with low-income youth in trailer parks on meal programs, summer learning, drug/alcohol prevention, & arts/life skills activities, and research Addison County poverty via interviews
- John Graham Homeless Shelter: Help to provide shelter and hope to Addison County’s homeless population and help launch community mentor system
- Open Door Clinic: Support healthcare, public health, and access and provision of services to special populations, including Vermont migrant farm workers via Spanish fluency
- WomenSafe: Provide crisis intervention, info, and support to abused women and children via 24-hour hotline, especially low-income persons in need of emergency/transitional housing.
Students apply through MOJO; the application deadline is at 11:59 p.m. on Sun., Mar. 1, 2015. Search words include “poverty” and “Addison County.” Community Engagement is listed as the employer, though this individual sites will do their own selecting.
International students are encouraged to apply as Middlebury College pays their stipend. All returning undergraduate students may apply.
Questions? Contact Tiffany Sargent at email@example.com