School Services Program Summer Internship - Santa Barbara May 16, 2012 Working with Family Service Agency's School Services Program Supervisor, this intern will work in a clinically-oriented position that will include vital administrative support in an Agency that offers a wide range of quality counseling services to the community. The School Services Program Intern will get exposure to FSA's School-Based Counseling program. This intern's specific duties will primarily include helping the School Services Program Supervisor as well as other FSA staff through general administrative support such as organizing the resource library, copying clinical forms, and archiving clinical documents. This is a special position funded by a grant from ExxonMobile. This position is classified as part-time, seasonal/summer, and is non-exempt. This position will pay $8.93 per hour for 35.0 hours per week, and will last for a period of 8 weeks June 1, 2012 with an ending date of August 31, 2012. Must meet minimum requirements to be considered for a position as an Intern: 1.) Student is currently enrolled, full-time (minimum of 12 hours), undergraduate have completed at least freshman year. 2.) Student will be returning to school in the fall of 2012 as a full-time freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. 3.) Student is not related to any employee or permanent contractor of ExxonMobil. 4.) Student is not related to any employee or board member of this interviewing agency. Please send cover letter of interest and resumes to: Attention: HR Family Service Agency 123 W. Gutierrez St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101 EOE
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