COVENANT'S YEAR-ROUND INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Unpaid/Academic Credit Available
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The S.M.A.R.T. ③ Project™ program volunteers are open for undergraduate students interested in working with middle and high school students.
Weekdays (Tuesday and Thursday) from 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Must commit to a minimum of 2 days per week for (2) 8-week sessions. Internships are offered on a semester basis. Opportunities available during the summer as well.
If interested, please forward a copy of your resume and writing sample to and complete the online application form by clicking internship application. Submission deadline: Year-round submissions are welcome.
Note: You must be willing to submit to a background check to be considered for this internship opportunity. Please review and sign forms below and return, along with the other requested application materials, to email@example.com. Thank you for your submission and we look forward to reviewing your materials.
If selected for the internship program, interns are required to participate in a mandatory orientation and training. Date, time, and location to be announced.
WHAT IS THE S.M.A.R.T. ③ PROJECT™
(STEERING THE MIND TO AIM AND REACH FOR ITS TARGET)
The SMART③ Project™ is designed to provide justice-involved, non justice-involved youth as well as court and non court-involved parents with “how to” Life-skills training to course-correct their life.
Dream Again: Essential Life Skills for Managing Your Dreams Like a Project
Our primary objective is to address the consequential actions of “at-promise” youth by developing constructive programming alternatives to out-of-home placement thus decreasing the potential of justice system exposure.