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Fellows & Interns

Work Directly with Clients

Grow Spiritually

Live in Community

Gain Professional Experience

Summer Internship Program

The Jill’s House Summer Internship is a 10-week program for currently-enrolled college students who have a passion for serving God through loving children with intellectual disabilities. The program is located in the Washington, D.C. area and runs from late May through beginning- to mid-August, with an end date contingent on each intern’s college schedule.

The Role

As an intern, you will serve as a Client Care Specialist (CCS). You will be fully-trained to work directly with groups of kids with intellectual disabilities, engaging them in a wide variety of fun activities at Jill’s House Tysons during the week and at our campsites during the weekends.

Responsibilities

  • Leading a group of 1-4 clients through their scheduled activities
  • Following an individualized service plan for each client in your group
  • Providing a safe, fun, and positive experience for your clients
  • Documenting details related to each client’s stay
  • Collaborating with coworkers & supervisors to provide the best care
  • Interacting with the families of the clients we serve

Growth Opportunities

  • Exposure to various medical diagnoses
  • Training in behavior management and redirection
  • One-on-one meetings with the Internship Coordinator
  • Regular group Bible Studies
  • Leadership training and development

The Benefits

Fully-Furnished Housing

Social Events

Monthly Stipend

Ready to make
a difference?

The program offers rolling admission, and the application deadline is February 15th. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to resume@jillshouse.org and include “Summer Internship Application” in the subject line.

For more information, please email:

Fellowship Program

The Jill’s House Fellowship is an intensive year of service in the Washington, D.C. area for recent college grads who have a strong desire to serve the Lord and an interest in working with children with intellectual disabilities. Through paid full-time work experience, intentional community, and opportunities to grow in faith, fellows will have the tools to grow and enrich every area of their lives.

The Role

As a Fellow, you will serve primarily as a Client Care Specialist (CCS). That means you will be fully trained to work directly with kids with intellectual disabilities, engaging them in a wide variety of fun activities. Jill’s House fellows typically work about 44 hours per week, including two 8- or 12-hour shifts each weekend.

Responsibilities

  • Leading a group of 1-4 clients through their scheduled activities
  • Following an individualized service plan for each client in your group
  • Providing a safe, fun, and positive experience for your clients
  • Documenting details related to each client’s stay
  • Collaborating with coworkers & supervisors to provide the best care
  • Interacting with the families of the clients we serve

Growth Opportunities

  • Weekly shadowing with a Jill’s House staff member
  • Exposure to various medical diagnoses
  • Training in behavior management and redirection
  • Regular meetings with a mentor
  • One-on-one meetings with the Fellowship Coordinator
    and the Program Supervisor
  • Regular Bible studies with other fellows

The Benefits

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Fully-Furnished Housing

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Sponsored Social Outings

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Hourly Pay

Ready to make
a difference?

To gain real-world experience as a Jill’s House Fellow, please email your cover letter and resume to resume@jillshouse.org, and include “Fellowship Application” in the subject line. Applications are due by February 1.

For more information, email:

 © 2018 Jill’s House

Fellows & Interns

Work Directly with Clients

Grow Spiritually

Live in Community

Gain Professional Experience

Summer Internship Program

The Jill’s House Summer Internship is a 10-week program for currently-enrolled college students who have a passion for serving God through loving children with intellectual disabilities. The program is located in the Washington, D.C. area and runs from late May through beginning- to mid-August, with an end date contingent on each intern’s college schedule.

The Role

As an intern, you will serve as a Client Care Specialist (CCS). You will be fully-trained to work directly with groups of kids with intellectual disabilities, engaging them in a wide variety of fun activities at Jill’s House Tysons during the week and at our campsites during the weekends.

Responsibilities

  • Leading a group of 1-4 clients through their scheduled activities
  • Following an individualized service plan for each client in your group
  • Providing a safe, fun, and positive experience for your clients
  • Documenting details related to each client’s stay
  • Collaborating with coworkers & supervisors to provide the best care
  • Interacting with the families of the clients we serve

Growth Opportunities

  • Exposure to various medical diagnoses
  • Training in behavior management and redirection
  • One-on-one meetings with the Internship Coordinator
  • Regular group Bible Studies
  • Leadership training and development

The Benefits

Fully-Furnished Housing

Social Events

Monthly Stipend

Ready to make
a difference?

The program offers rolling admission, and the application deadline is February 15th. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to resume@jillshouse.org and include “Summer Internship Application” in the subject line.

For more information, please email:

Fellowship Program

The Jill’s House Fellowship is an intensive year or service in the Washington, D.C. area for recent college grads who have a strong desire to serve the Lord and an interest in working with children with intellectual disabilities. Through paid full-time work experience, intentional community, and opportunities to grow in faith, fellows will have the tools to grow and enrich every area of their lives.

The Role

As a Fellow, you will serve primarily as a Client Care Specialist (CCS). That means you will be fully trained to work directly with kids with intellectual disabilities, engaging them in a wide variety of fun activities. Jill’s House fellows typically work about 44 hours per week, including two 8- or 12-hour shifts each weekend.

Responsibilities

  • Leading a group of 1-4 clients through their scheduled activities
  • Following an individualized service plan for each client in your group
  • Providing a safe, fun, and positive experience for your clients
  • Documenting details related to each client’s stay
  • Collaborating with coworkers & supervisors to provide the best care
  • Interacting with the families of the clients we serve

Growth Opportunities

  • Weekly shadowing with a Jill’s House staff member
  • Exposure to various medical diagnoses
  • Training in behavior management and redirection
  • Regular meetings with a mentor
  • One-on-one meetings with the Fellowship Coordinator
    and the Program Supervisor
  • Regular Bible studies with other fellows

The Benefits

fully_furnished_housing_icon-01

Fully-Furnished Housing

sponsored_social_outings-01

Sponsored Social Outings

hourly_pay_icon-01

Hourly Pay

Ready to make
a difference?

To gain real-world experience as a Jill’s House Fellow, please email your cover letter and resume to resume@jillshouse.org, and include “Fellowship Application” in the subject line. Applications are due by February 1.

For more information, email:

 © 2018 Jill’s House