Last updated by Tim Knuck on Tue, 06/30/2020 - 12:04pm
About the InternshipDuties:
Direct service with classroom teacher to create and teach lessons directly with struggling children age two to eleven. Interns will assist in leading service projects. Projects include gardening, indoor sports/fitness, art, cooking and science experiements, as well as drama activities. Through these projects, interns will help children with lifeskills, sensory enhancement, reading, following simple direction, large and fine motor skills.
Toddlers to school age children who are experiencing poverty, under child protective services, foster care, homelessness and/or other diverse family situations.
Todays Tomorrow Learning Center is a privately owned, state funded program serving the needs of young children who meet income or other high need population requirements. The program addresses the educational, health, and other comprehensive needs of the child and the entire family including child development, tuition referrals, and lifeskills consoltation.
The population will benefit from the knowledge, skills, education, and passion the interns will provide as they lead projects with children. Children will be able to expand, grow, and achieve their age appropriate development. Through the lifeskills taught by these summer projects, they will be able to share, communicate, and educate their family, friends, and neighbors. Thus improving and strengthening their knowledge, confidence, and overall education experience. Providing them the same opportunities, education, and experience of higher financial resources.