Maine Centers for Women, Work, and Community are seeking candidates for their internship program.
Women, Work, and Community's mission is to help women succeed in the Maine Economy through jobs that pay a livable wage, access to education and training, self-employment, leadership and asset development. WWC provides comprehensive, community-based workforce development, entrepreneurship and leadership development and financial management training and services for displaced homemakers, single parents and other workers in transition through fourteen centers.
Positions throughout Maine. Responsibilities vary depending upon skills and interests. Interns may plan and implement community outreach; facilitate support groups or other workshops and training; develop special projects and events (conferences); provide participant follow-up, advocacy and assistance; engage in research and public policy; and leadership development. All positions include record keeping and sharing administrative tasks.
Internships may last three to nine months, full-time or part-time, openings year round.
WWC may assist interns in setting learning objectives and arranging academic credit through their schools.
Compensation dependent upon project and availability of funds.
Application: Letter outlining interests, resume, references, application form, if applicable, and interview in person or by phone.
Eloise Vitelli, Director, Program and Policy Development
Maine Centers for Women, Work, and Community
46 University Drive
Augusta, ME 04330-9410