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

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

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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?

Send us a copy of your resume and cover letter.

 © 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

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

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Fully-Furnished Housing

sponsored_social_outings-01

Sponsored Social Outings

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Hourly Pay

Ready to make a difference?

Send us a copy of your resume and cover letter.

 © 2018 Jill’s House