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  • Employment and Self-Sufficiency Intern

    • 18 Mar 2014

    Internship Name: Employment and Self-Sufficiency Intern Intern Description: The Employment intern must be personable and energetic; he or she must be willing to contribute with creative ideas and procedures that will lead towards improvement of the employment department. The right candidate should be able to solve unexpected issues utilizing critical thinking skills. He or she must have love for the Gospel, encourage and empower the newcomer community to become independent. The right candidate must have excellent presentation and communication skills. The right candidate will serve as support ... Continue →

  • For Those with Less.

    • 17 Mar 2014

    We believe that God is doing great things here at World Relief Durham, and that includes how he works through different people to bring together financial donations each month.  As we pray that some of you will be moved to leverage your finances for the most vulnerable, we want to inspire you with this story about one of our recent newcomer families: Upon arriving in the United States, refugee families are provided with $925 per person to cover initial expenses such as rent, utilities and  initial housing fees to help sustain them until they can find a job. While World Relief Durham seeks to... Continue →

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    • 06 Mar 2014

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  • Case Specialist Intern

    • 25 Feb 2014

    Internship Name: Case Management Intern  Intern Description: The Case Specialist intern will serve as support to the Case Specialist to complete tasks delegated by his or her supervisor. The qualified intern must be personable, have great communication skills, possess patience and be efficient.  He or she must know how to effectively solve problems, know how to react to sudden needs from refugees, be a team player, have the ability to multitask, be punctual, take initiative, possess great organization skills, have love for newcomers, always have a positive attitude, stay actively engaged wit... Continue →

  • Graphic Design Intern

    • 24 Feb 2014

    Intern Description: The graphic design intern assists with graphic design needs within the World Relief Durham office. From designing and assembling the monthly newsletter, to publishing brochures and maintaining our website, there are various design opportunities for those looking to build their portfolio and experience. The intern has some freedom to choose the type of projects in which he or she wishes to produce for WRD, based on his or her skill-set and interests. A professional graphic designer will not be overseeing this internship; however; the internship provides someone the option fo... Continue →

  • Volunteer Coordination and Church Engagement Intern

    • 24 Feb 2014

    Internship Name: Volunteer Coordination and Church Engagement Intern Start/End date: May 2014 (flexible) to August 2014 (flexible) Hours: 10-15 hours/week Reports to: Volunteer Coordinator and Church Engagement Specialist Special Note: WRD will be selecting two interns for this position. Internship Description: The volunteer coordinator and church engagement interns play a pivotal role in the details of daily volunteer coordination and church engagement. They must understand, agree with and promote WRD’s mission, vision and values throughout each assignment. They are free to voice their c... Continue →

  • WordPress and Social Media Intern

    • 24 Feb 2014

    WordPress & Social Media Intern (two positions open) Internship Description: The intern plays a major role in maintaining, updating and improving World Relief Durham’s website, social media tools and newsletters, using each outlet to engage the community, empower the local Church, and serve the newcomer (foreign-born community) in the Triangle. The role of the intern is flexible and the intern will be able to choose projects such that they can build his or her professional portfolio. The website, monthly newsletter and social media tools (including Twitter, Facebook and our WordPress blo... Continue →

  • Case Specialist Intern

    • 21 Feb 2014

    Internship Name: Case Specialist Intern Intern Description: The intern will assist the primary case specialist in conducting orientations, completing applications and appointments (medical, social services, school, etc.) with clients, and addressing various issues that arise during a client’s resettlement period. Supervisor: Melissa Ko, AmeriCorps Member, VESL Specialist and Case Specialist. Start Date: May 2014 (flexible) End Date: August 29, 2014 (flexible) Minimum hours: 8-10 per week Responsibilities: Arrive on time for designated work. Assist refugee children and their parents with sch... Continue →

  • VESL Intern

    • 21 Feb 2014

    Internship Name: Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) Intern Intern Description: The intern will assist staff in providing group-based Vocational English as a Second Language classes to adult refugees with limited to no English ability. The intern will also provide support services for refugee youth, with the aim to improve educational and social adjustment outcomes. Supervisor: Melissa Ko, AmeriCorps Member, VESL Specialist and Case Specialist. Start Date: May 2014 (flexible) End Date: August 29 , 2014 (flexible) Minimum hours: 8-10 per week Responsibilities: Arrive on time for des... Continue →

  • Resource Development Intern

    • 20 Feb 2014

    DESCRIPTION: WRD interns are essential in supporting a growing organization, and gain valuable skills and experience in project management and nonprofit work. The Resource Development Intern will work closely with the Development Manager to manage all aspects of the organization’s fundraising and program evaluation. The internship is designed to be varied, educational, and challenging, and to prepare the intern for a position as a development assistant at a nonprofit. Dates, Hours and Supervisor: Dates: May – August 2014 (dates and hours are flexible) Minimum hours per week: 10 ... Continue →