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- Identify opportunities for the unit to increase funding sources through online and local grant applications.
- Liaise with the Program Manager and other volunteers to develop grant applications that fit the needs of the Victims Services unit.
- Report to the Program Manager weekly, or upon request.
- Complete a maximum of five hours searching for and/or filling out grant applications.
- Identify opportunities for increased VSU engagement within the community.
- Have full access to the student computer, a printer, and any other office resources or materials that they may need.
- Student will have the ability to work out of the detachment or a setting of their choice.
- Develop and enhance working knowledge of Victims Services, core community issues and how they can be addressed through service delivery, and the positive impact of addressing these needs.
- Develops ideas independently and through team collaboration.
- Maintains awareness of current services in the community.
- Attend meetings, including Detachment meetings, as required.
Ideal for someone with course work in:
- Social Work
Some specialized skills required:
- Ability to collaborate with others
- Ability to think independently
- Works well with deadlines
- Good computer skills
What we will accomplish at the end of the Internship:
- Attends unit meeting once per month
- Completes, if grant is available, one grant application per three weeks of internship
- Reports to Program Manager once a week or as required