The Johnson Center for Child Health & Development is looking to hire interns in four positions. Interns will deliver a life skills and cooking program to the Austin homeless youth community. The program will emphasize basic cooking and food literacy, and include components of professionalism, food safety, budgeting and culinary job training. Students will cook a meal to be served to the community on Friday afternoons.
Available positions include:
- Nutrition Teacher
- Lead a class around cooking a meal for the homeless community with budget and nutrition in mind.
- Nutrition/teaching major preferred.
- Life Skills Teacher
- Lead life skills classes and prep students for food handlers license test.
- Media Manager
- Create and manage the marketing of meals to the homeless community as well as the location logistics.
- Parent Support Coordinator
- Learn how to run a nursery and provide child care for teens with infants during class time.
Contact email@example.com to schedule an interview for a spring internship.