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Bridge to Prosperity: Refugee Youth Mentoring Program
 
 
 
The Bridge to Prosperity: Refugee Youth Mentoring program seeks to pair AmeriCorps Youth Specialists with compatible refugee mentees that are 11-19 years old to provide weekly social, emotional, academic, cultural support and case management as needed. Members will refer the mentee’s family on to ICRI case management services if the Member identifies a serious need and the family is not already assigned to an ICRI case manager. The program collaborates with partners to implement community mentorship and evaluate the effectiveness of it in improving outcomes such as: substance abuse, trauma symptoms, callous-unemotional traits, mental health struggles, and academic performance. The program aims to create impactful relationships between the Youth Specialists and refugee youth to help the refugee youth successfully adjust to life in the United States and prevent engagement with the justice system. The program recognizes the unique barriers that refugee youth face as they acculturate to life in the United States especially as it relates to education and economic opportunity- two focus areas of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). The Program will include six, three-quarter time Members and be overseen by the ICRI AmeriCorps Program Director and the ICRI Executive Director.
 
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This listing is currently not accepting applications.




Member Duties : • Participate in pre-service and ongoing training sessions throughout the year • Meet weekly with 10+ youth for an average of 2 hours each and provide cultural, academic, emotional, goal planning and social support (after being cleared by the National Service Criminal History Check) • Plan activities to do with the youth such as scheduling phone calls, meetings in a public park, trips to the zoo, meetings at the public library, etc. • Administer Juvenile Justice Institute assessments with the youth every three months • Complete mentor experience survey every three months • Collaborate professionally and effectively with ICRI program staff such as case managers • Update paper and electronic records daily • Respond professionally as appropriately to the developing Covid-19 pandemic as well as disaster response duties as applicable • Participate in National Service days
 
Program Benefits : Stipend ,  Training ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Member Assistance Program . 
 
Terms :
Uniforms provided and required ,  Car recommended ,  Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Permits attendance at school during off hours . 
 
Service Areas :
Education ,  Children/Youth ,  Health ,  Community Outreach . 
 
Skills :
Youth Development ,  Social Services ,  Fine Arts/Crafts ,  Conflict Resolution ,  Team Work ,  Teaching/Tutoring . 
 
 
This program does not accept the AmeriCorps application. Please see the "To apply" box for contact information.


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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
Bridge to Prosperity: Refugee Youth Mentoring Program

Program Start/End Date
09/01/2021  -   08/31/2022

Work Schedule Part Time

Education level
High school diploma/GED

Age Requirement
Minimum:  20    Maximum:  None

Program Locations NEBRASKA  

Accepting Applications
From  08/11/2021  To  04/01/2022 

To apply :
Phone  4023204399
E-mail  info.icriusa@gmail.com

Contact Nicole Johnson
6901 Dodge St
Omaha   NE   68132
4023204399
nicole.johnson@icrius.org
https://icrius.org/about-us/

Listing ID 98530


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