The Anti-Bullying Institute is looking for an intern to join our staff. Our interns get to build experience working in a rewarding environment, as we prepare for the upcoming school year. Please note that this is an unpaid internship, but school credit can be arranged.
The Anti-Bullying Institute is a Program within Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation (RMCCF). In 2012, the Foundation hosted its first anti-bullying lecture, which drew a record crowd of nearly 500 people. This prompted the creation of the Anti-Bullying Institute after witnessing first-hand the sheer number of attendees who were thirsting for information, resources, and answers; hearing parents share their powerful and often emotional stories of feeling helpless for their children; and realizing students were desperately in need of help, but did not know where to turn. RMCCF is a Non-Profit dedicated to improving health and the quality of life in Inland Southern California through advocacy, individual and professional education and service.
We are looking for creative, enthusiastic, self-starters who can assist with the program and create new avenues to promote awareness, education and training for children, youth, parents and educators.
The areas of focus offered include, but are not limited to, assistance with classroom education, events and HERO School Kindness Days. Assist in providing ongoing resources to our HERO Schools, partners and the community as a whole. We welcome social media knowledge to assist in growing our online presence and managing our social media platforms. Students working towards a degree in education, social work, non-profit management, computer programing or a related field are ideal candidates.
• General administrative support
• Working on special projects & assignments
• Utilizes social media to engage with a community/followers online
• Assist in coordination of online marketing campaigns
• Demonstrates interest in social media and how media and communication strategies can continuously engage the online community