peace and leadership council intern resume example with 13+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
To achieve a position where I can utilize my background in social service, as well as my experience, training and education to contribute to the mental, social and physical development of others.
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
UIC JANE ADDAMS COLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORK Chicago, IL Expected in May 2014 Master of Social Work : - GPA :
DEPAUL UNIVERSITY Chicago, IL Expected in June 2007 B.A. : Psychology - GPA : Psychology
, Expected in 2013 CPR/AED and First Aid Certified - American Red Cross : - GPA :
Hunterdon Healthcare - Peace and Leadership Council Intern
Clinton, NJ, 09/2016 - Present
  • Plan curriculum for and lead a Peace and Leadership Council after school program at a Chicago Public School.
  • Lead students through team building, leadership development, intensive research, and recommendation development.
  • Lead a thorough evaluation of project and engage in strategic planning for program.
Salvation Army Usa - Independent Consultant
Manchester, CT, 12/2016 - 02/2016
  • In-Home Family Services Assisted In Home Family Services with the training and professional development of staff as directed Created Orientation/On-boarding Manual for new IHFS staff, with direction from the Chief Operating Officer Consulted on a strategy for marketing the In Home Family Specialist Program by doing community outreach with at least one new referral source biweekly Developed curriculum for and lead staff to conduct Parenting Classes Recruited parents for four Parenting Classes.
SOS Children's Villages Of Illinois - Intervention and Assessment Home Intern
City, STATE, 09/2016 - 05/2016
  • Conducted admission into a short term residential program of at-risk, run away, or homeless youth referrals.
  • Completed a comprehensive cognitive and social assessment of each youth to determine individual needs.
  • Developed treatment plans for each youth; to be carried out by Youth Care Workers.
  • Developed a six-week group psychosocial educational curriculum for residents.
SOS Children's Villages Of Illinois - Home Family Specialist
City, STATE, 01/2016 - 06/2016
  • Responsible for the intervention and treatment process for a caseload of twelve families.
  • Monitored individual and family progress in the attainment of predetermined goals; providing regular review and updating of treatment plans.
  • Provided consumers, including school personnel and others working with children served by the program, training in the management of difficult behaviors.
  • Developed and maintains effective working relationships with community services and resources; providing referral sources as necessary.
Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center Inc - Crisis Intervention Specialist
City, STATE, 08/2016 - Present
  • On Call.
  • Provide crisis intervention services to youth who are absent from home without parental consent or unable to return home because the legal guardian refuse to take custody.
  • Provide intervention services to referring source (hospital, school, police department) via phone w/in 15 minutes and on site within 60 (urban) 90 (rural) minutes of crisis call.
  • Provide and arrange for reunification, family generated placement or agency arranged placement at time of crisis, with a short term crisis plan.
Boys Town Of Chicago - Home Family Services Consultant
City, STATE, 09/2016 - 12/2016
  • Provide in-home counseling and skill development to children and parents by using a cognitive-behavioral, solution focused, and ecological model of intervention.
  • Maintain a caseload of 10 families, including ongoing case management and detailed, timely documentation.
  • Completed Intake Assessment and assure family safety throughout service.
  • Create and implement service plans for families which includes documenting progress and updating service plan when necessary.* Lead and organize a weekly Girls Group promoting self-esteem, problem solving skills, and leadership.
YMCA Youth Network - Call Crisis Intervention Worker
City, STATE, 06/2016 - 07/2016
  • Provide evening and weekend coverage for youth runaway or lockout crisis situations.
  • Asses immediate problems of the youth and family in order to develop an initial treatment action, including family reunification, other family placement, or emergency placement over night.
  • When appropriate facilitate transfer of youth to emergency placement or another CCBYS agency.
  • Attend monthly meetings with Crisis team to develop further understanding of program.
Alternatives, Inc - Call Crisis Intervention Worker
City, STATE, 09/2016 - Present
  • Provide evening and weekend crisis intervention for runaway or locked out youth.
  • Respond to referring source (school, hospital, safe place) for intervention services.
  • Asses immediate problems of the youth and family in order to develop an initial treatment action, including necessity of psychiatric assessment, and stabilization of the crisis.
  • Work effectively with the police, DCFS, placement linkages, and other professionals to coordinate and insure effective service delivery to clients.
Alternatives, Inc - Youth Advocate
City, STATE, 08/2016 - 09/2016
  • Provide crisis intervention to family and youth, assess immediate needs, and work with family toward a resolution to the crisis with a goal of family reunification.
  • Carry case management for opened cases; maintaining daily contact with guardians and youth; collaborating with appropriate individuals, agencies or service systems to achieve treatment goals; providing transportation for youth to school, temporary shelter or to any other appointments during youth's placement.
  • Assess, evaluate and modify own progress in the implementation of services to ensure client progress.
  • Assist in preparing cases to be petitioned in court, including collecting necessary information from the family, preparing social history report, orienting guardians to the court process and making arrangements with court personnel.
Fluent in speaking; proficient in reading and writing
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  • Peace and Leadership Council Intern
  • Independent Consultant
  • Intervention and Assessment Home Intern
  • Home Family Specialist
  • Crisis Intervention Specialist
  • Home Family Services Consultant
  • Call Crisis Intervention Worker
  • Call Crisis Intervention Worker
  • Youth Advocate


  • Master of Social Work
  • B.A.
  • CPR/AED and First Aid Certified - American Red Cross

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