- Middle School Initiatives: Responsibilities include direct service activities with middle school youth, lesson planning, logistical coordination, data tracking.
- High School Initiatives: Responsibilities include direct service activities with high school youth, lesson planning, logistical coordination, data tracking.
- Quality Assurance: Responsibilities within the Quality Department include supporting the revisions and delivery of trainings for after school and summer educators; using data and feedback from this summer to identify needed changes for next summer; supporting staff on a national two-year project aimed at improving youth outcomes through purposeful data collection; and contributing to the development of digital badges to showcase the skills acquired by youth in PASA programs
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Name of Organization: Providence After School Alliance (PASA) www.mypasa.org
Street Address: 81 Carpenter Street, Providence
Name of Primary Mentor/Contact Person: Ann Durham
Phone: 401-490-9599 x107
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you prefer to be contacted? e-mail or phone
Description of the overall mission of this organization:
PASA's mission is to expand and improve quality after-school, summer, and other expanded learning opportunities for the youth of Providence by organizing a sustainable, public/private system that contributes to student success and serves as a national model.
PASA achieves this mission by making intentional connections between the community and the schools in it's AfterZone (middle school) and Hub (high school) initiatives.
Ages of youth served: 11-18
Hours of internship: (number of hours, days, times) Flexible, available M-F 9:00-5:00
Description of role and duties:
PASA has internship options within three different departments: Middle School Initiatives, High School Initiatives, and Quality Assurance. Opportunities within those departments include:
Paid or unpaid: Unpaid
Description of the culture of the place
PASA has 19 full time staff members plus approximately 12 part-time site based staff. Dress code for office-based staff is business casual, while site-based staff working directly with youth dress slightly more casually.
All staff are motivated to provide the best possible programs for youth and communicate regularly through meetings, e-mail and chat.
Additional Requirements: (travel, etc)
Opportunities are available within PASA's office. There is also the potential for working at school-based programs. Interns are responsible for their own transportation to and from internship locations.
Special notes on process of getting this internship: Interested candidates will meet with PASA staff to determine the best fit within the organization based on candidates' interests and skills.
Other information:What three TAGS would you use to label this internship?
after school, high school, middle school, quality, summer learning, hands-on, administrative, program development, digital badges, outcomes, training, professional development, data
Robert J. Randall
Director of Middle School Initiatives/ the AfterZone