Anna’s Place NOLA (the newly combined missions of Anna’s Arts for Kids and St. Anna’s Medical Mission) is a place of peace where children realize their potential, and where families and the community are nurtured so that poverty and violence no longer make their home among us. Located at St. Anna’s Episcopal Church in New Orleans’ Treme neighborhood, we promote healing and wholeness of body, mind and spirit. Our year-round program for students ages 5-14 offers academic support, private music
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Open to Law Students only. The Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center is a non-profit law office of four attorneys located in the Appalachian coalfields. Our work centers around regulatory law on issues of miners’ safety and health and environmental justice. We represent coal miners in mine safety and black lung cases, as well as individuals and citizens’ groups in environmental cases. We practice before state and federal courts and state and federal agencies, including the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
The mission of the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) is to educate, engage and empower the community to fight hunger. Founded in 1979, ACFB currently distributes nearly two million pounds of food and other donated grocery items each month to more than 800 nonprofit partner agencies in 38 counties in Metro Atlanta and North Georgia. ACFB supports a wide range of people in need, from children to the working poor. Food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters and senior centers
“Helping people reclaim lives lost; we restore hope and dignity by offering opportunities for health and self-sufficiency.” BRC is one of New York City’s largest, most experienced and most successful providers of housing and services for homeless adults. BRC today is a $68 million organization with 27 programs throughout the greater metropolitan area.
The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers is a 501c3 that is engaged in a three year Medicaid Accountable Care Organization Demonstration Project. Through the ACO, the Coalition is working to improve health outcomes and quality of care as well as decrease healthcare costs for Medicaid patients in Camden who are covered by United Healthcare. We are doing this by partnering closely with 12 primary care offices across the city, working to build their capacity and improve access for Camden patients.
CampInteractive (CI) aims to inspire the next generation of technology leaders from under served communities. We use cutting-edge tech education tools to provide students with the skills and opportunities they need to succeed, and instill the leadership qualities necessary to achieve their potentials. CI Summer Interns will work with CI staff to execute the YES (Young Entrepreneur Summit), a 10-14 day program where students learn the different aspects of the project development cycle as well as useful entrepreneurial skills. The program,
Following in a more than 30 year tradition of hospitality in the Triad, Church World Service (CWS) established its Greensboro Immigration and Refugee Program in early 2009, partnering with the local community to provide comprehensive resettlement services to newly arrived refugees through the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program. With more than 150 individual volunteers, faith community partners, and donors supporting our work each year, CWS is proud to be able to offer the support and services that refugees need to succeed
Established as a partnership between the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine is a unique medical school program that sets standards for the training of physician investigators through innovative approaches to the integration of basic science, research and clinical medicine. This summer the intern will be observing and interviewing patients in a variety of clinical venues and under the mentorship of three professionals in order to address issues of addiction in various ways (healthcare, legal,
Cumberland Mountain Outreach Ministries Incorporated is a faith based nonprofit organization (mission) for children at risk in impoverished counties in the Appalachian Region. That demonstrates Jesus’ teaching through the many facets of this mission, feeding the hungry, clothing the less fortunate, offering part time jobs, home repair, conducting kid’s camps, all the while sharing the love of Jesus. We believe that many will come to know God in a greater way because of the unconditional love that is shown through
The Courier Program Internship is for young adults 18 years or older who wish to work in a rural healthcare environment and experience rural Appalachian culture. Couriers have the opportunity to observe or shadow medical professionals as they are providing healthcare – including doctors, family nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives and others, in various clinics and health care settings in rural Appalachia. Note: If you are accepted and matched with this internship, you will need to submit a separate application to the Courier Program. Our application