Youth for Haiti Program - 2015
About: About: Youth for Haiti: In previous years, student volunteers from across the U.S. have spent their spring break visiting Haiti with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to assist in building shelters and student hostels, to volunteer in medical camps and local hospitals, and to teach Haitian children in small groups.
Youth efforts for Haiti: Volunteers are given an opportunity to:
More Details and Link to Application:
Summer Internship Program
The Student Internship Program (SIP) at Helping Hand for Relief and Development provides an opportunity to spend the summer working with some of the most dedicated relief workers. SIP will also provide a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, in an environment devoted exclusively to the field of social services.
· You must be (18-25) years of age
· U.S. citizen or permanent resident
· Currently enrolled in a High School or an accredited U.S. College/University or an accredited U.S. Graduate College/University.
· Students who have been accepted into a College/University may also apply
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