This position would provide a valuable learning experience for a student interested in a career in the field of Early Childhood Education. This job combines real-world classroom experience, working alongside skilled ECE teachers, with passionate social responsibility.

An Early Childhood Education Intern will have the opportunity to:

  • Create developmentally appropriate curricula and implementing child and teacher-initiated activities.
  • Assist children in practicing and reaching developmental goals including age-appropriate social/emotional skills.
  • Provide children with experiences rich in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) and early literacy.
  • Aid children with routine daily activities.
  • Learn about and support the philosophies of Angels’ Place.
  • Recognize and practice professional attitudes and behaviors and incorporate into daily interactions, treating others with dignity and respect at all times.
  • Maintain classroom management using appropriate and positive discipline techniques outlined in the Angels’ Place Positive Guidance Philosophy.
  • Assume responsibility for the welfare, health and safety of the children.
  • Observe and assist in maintaining developmental and anecdotal records/reports pertaining to individual children.
  • Help to prepare for and participating in parent/teacher conferences.
  • Develop the skills to work alongside others in a team.
  • Assist in designing and maintaining a clean and organized developmentally appropriate environment.
  • Become knowledgeable of Department of Human Services regulations and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and Keystone STARS guidelines.

An Early Childhood Education Teacher Intern candidate must present:

  • Proof of enrollment in an Early Childhood Education program at an accredited educational institute.
  • Current PA State Police, Child Abuse and FBI Clearances.
  • Current documentation of a health assessment and proof of Tuberculin Skin Test.
  • Two letters of reference.
  • Resume

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Do you have a passion for non-profit development and creating fun events? If so, Angels’ Place can use your talents!

As a Special Events Intern, you will help:

  • Plan and implement events and fundraisers
  • Attend special event meetings
  • Generate ideas and contribute to overall organizational development and communication

The ideal candidate will be:

  • Quick-thinking and able to work independently and in a team.
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel.
  • Exceptional at organization skills.
  • Able to use digital camera or iPad for photography.
  • Interested in event planning and fundraising.
  • Well-spoken and confident in speaking on behalf of Angels’ Place.

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This position would provide a valuable learning experience for a student interested in non-profit administration. This job combines real-world business experience with passionate social responsibility.

Our Development Interns will have the opportunity to:

  • Create and implement an organizational development plan and timeline to handle budgetary demands.
  • Help develop resource plans to sustain programs and services.
  • Assist with budget preparation, documentation requirements, and compliance issues.
  • Identify and target foundations, corporations, and new giving sources.
  • Help create grant proposals and assist in tracking and follow-up.
  • Assist in relationship building with corporations, foundations, and donors.
  • Research new funding sources and ideas.
  • Help increase and maintain donor database while maintaining and updating established sources.
  • Help establish new partnerships to increase available resource base for organization.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • An exceptionally well-spoken individual with superior writing skills.
  • Able to communicate to many different audiences (or willing to learn), have impeccable manners and be able to write a memorable thank-you note.
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel.
  • Able to execute a quick and thorough Internet research.
  • Able to dedicate a specific number of hours a week.

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Do you have a background the culinary arts and a passion for bring people together through food? If so, Angels’ Place can use your talents!

A Nutrition and Dietary Intern will have the opportunity to:

  • Plan, execute, and document healthy meals for our children and team.
  • Coordinate orders with the food bank and other food vendors.
  • Maintain a safe, clean, and healthy dining and cooking environment.
  • Assist and interact with children during meal times.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • Passionate about the power of family-style meals.
  • Experienced in the culinary arts and food industry.
  • Able to work in the late mornings and early afternoons.
  • Excited about empowering future generations.
  • Creative about designing meals that are child-friendly and nutritious.

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Do you have a background in design, marketing, or communications? If so, Angels’ Place can use your talents!

A Marketing and Communications Intern will have the opportunity to:

  • Design and implement activities and events, as directed.
  • Create print and digital collateral to attract potential clients, donors, and volunteers.
  • Expand media relations to enhance public awareness of Angels’ Place by tracking media placement, media relations, writing press releases and PSAs.
  • Engage other community organizations to support the work of Angels’ Place through savvy targeting and marketing.
  • Assist in development of partnership events and promotions through research and creativity.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • Quick-thinking, able to work independently, energetic, hand-working, and persuasive.
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel.
  • Adept at social media tools (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
  • An exceptional writer.
  • Able to use digital camera or iPad for photography.
  • Experienced with and have access to Adobe Creative Suites (especially InDesign and Photoshop).

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This position would provide an artist the opportunity to work and practice with the next generation of creatives.

An Artist in Residence Intern will have the opportunity to:

  • Work with the teachers to create and implement artistic and age-appropriate projects for children at both sites.
  • Incorporate literacy, math, and science skills into artistic projects.
  • Work with the Family Support Director to create workshops for parents to learn how to create with their child(ren).
  • Document creative interventions through writing and photography.
  • Work with staff to create projects during in-service meetings.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • Knowledgeable in and have a background in studio art, art history, art therapy, and/or design.
  • Experienced working with very young children, including infants.
  • Able to work on a budget with provided and recycled materials.
  • Experienced with digital photography and documentation of work.
  • Comfortable working in Microsoft Office.

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