Apprenticeship and Internship Programs
Hands-on development opportunities for emerging leaders who wish to work in a multicultural context with an intentionally embedded, kindred posture.
Hopeprint's Internship Programs provide hands-on experience in program design, implementation and volunteer management. Each of our internships are a total of 320 hours (Summer, approximately 40 hrs/wk for 8 wks / Schoolyear, approximately 10 hrs/wk for 32 wks). Note: For internships programs requiring a higher number of hours, additional responsibilities are assigned.
Each internship includes different skill-building and opportunities. In the department where interns are leading, they are responsible to plan, coordinate and implement the programs and initiatives under their supervision. This includes cross-cultural relationship building, curriculum implementation, and volunteer management. Interns both participate on and lead teams, giving opportunities to build synergistic efforts in the Hopeprint community and learn from one another.
Hybrid Internship Opportunities (January - August 2017)
Adult Literacy Programs Coordinator
Youth Mentorship and Activities
Summer Internship Opportunities (June - August 2017)
Hopeprint Kids Program Co-Coordinator
Hopeprint Youth Program Co-Coordinator
Adult Initiatives Program Coordinator
Green Space, Community Garden and Hospitality Coordinator
** Residential Opportunities Available**
Schoolyear 2017-18 Internship Opportunities (Sept 2017 - April 2018)
Nightlife Program Coordinator (kids ages 4-11)
Youth Educational Programs Coordinator (grades K-6th)
Middle School Programs Coordinator (grades 7th-8th)
High School Programs Coordinator (grades 9th-12th)
Adult & Family Mentorship Programs Coordinator
Adult Literacy Programs Coordinator
Green Space and Hospitality Coordinator
Residential Apprenticeship Program
Hopeprint's Residential Apprenticeship Program is a year-long immersion program providing hands-on experience in organizational management, program design and leadership, and community development. Apprentices will:
- Live in one of our Hopeprint Homes located in our founding neighborhood (Northside of Syracuse, NY), investing their everyday lives in our diverse neighborhood towards our shared vision
- Under the coaching and management of the department director, lead one of our Hopeprint departments including programs, interns and volunteers. Responsibilities will include program design to implementation, including grant writing and reporting, team leadership and other organizational management roles
- Learn to DNA of Hopeprint in preparation for multiplication in other refugee resettlement cities
- Opportunities to gain experience in area of study/degree based upon individual credentials
- Optional: International vision trip to work alongside one of our partners in a refugee asylum nation
Each cohort has limited openings, and one can begin the application process by clicking the link below. The program expense is $6,000/year (or $500/month) which covers all basic living expenses including housing, utilities, internet, laundry and basic food. Apprentices can raise, pay or write an approved grant to cover the program expenses. For those wishing to participate on an international vision trip, an additional $2,000 must be raised/paid. Apprentices will volunteer 20 hours/week, and are encouraged to have a part-time job that does not interfere with their role at Hopeprint.
We are interviewing now for the 2017 Cohort which begins training in June 5, 2017, with the apprenticeship ending in May 2018. For this cohort, we have two apprenticeship positions available:
Adult Initiatives Assistant Director
Lead the Adult Initiatives for Hopeprint families and community for the 2017-18 Summer & Schoolyear including managing interns and volunteers, coordinating curriculum and programs, writing and reporting on grants and more. Initiatives under supervision include literacy and mentorship programs, and in-house family resources. Sit on Hopeprint's Core and Management Teams, interacting with various leadership level decisions, teamwork problem solving, event planning, teaching/training and other opportunities to apprentice the work of not-for-profit leadership and multicultural community development efforts.
Hopeprint Youth Assistant Director
Lead youth programs and initiatives for Hopeprint kids and youth for the 2017-18 Summer & Schoolyear including managing interns and volunteers, coordinating curriculum and programs, writing and reporting on grants and more. Programs under supervision include educational, fun, social and mentorship groups for elementary, middle and high school programs. Sit on Hopeprint's Core and Management Teams, interacting with various leadership level decisions, teamwork problem solving, event planning, teaching/training and other opportunities to apprentice the work of not-for-profit leadership and multicultural community development efforts.