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Youth Advocate


Full and part-time positions. Interact with youth to create a safe, nurturing environment that will offer stability, encourage self-sufficiency, and independence. Offer basic services and support to clients. Opportunities for advancement are available.

Salary: $12.50-$13.00/hr

• Interact with youth and provide them with information on community resources.
• Distribute basic need items and maintain an accurate record of services delivered.
• Resolve conflicts and crisis management as necessary.
• Enforce the center guidelines for conduct.
• Complete rounds consistently to ensure clients are in appropriate areas
• Complete required paperwork in a timely manner.
• Cleaning and some meal preparation.
• Move tables, chairs, and sleeping cots.


• Paid or volunteer experience coaching, mentoring or interacting with young adults.
• A degree in psychology, sociology, social work, or a related field preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Ability to interact with homeless clients, regardless of age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc.
• Basic knowledge of professional boundaries and confidentiality.
• High level of interpersonal communication skills.
• Exhibit perseverance and care when clients exhibit behaviors that contribute to continued homelessness.
• Ability to assist with moving cots, dividers, chairs, and tables within the shelter.
• Driver's license with clean driving record required (No more than 3 moving violations in the last 3 years and no DUI in the last 5 years).
• Must be 21 years of age or older due to auto insurance requirements.
• Must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal background check.

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BYU Law Camp Counselor


Camp Counselors play an integral role in the success of BYU Law Camp. We look to hire 5-8 undergraduate students who will be assigned 8-12 high school students each. The counselors will mentor students and participate in a variety of camp activities. They will be expected to attend and participate in all evening activities from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm and to stay in the dorms with their assigned students. There may also be other camp activities that require additional help. This is an incredibly unique opportunity to develop mentoring skills while interacting with current law students, professors, federal judges, and local practitioners. Most importantly, you will help shape and inspire the high school students assigned to your group.

If you are interested, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Cover Letter should include:

  • Mentor and/or training background
  • Experience working with high school students preferred
  • Summer plans for 2019 (dates and locations, where possible)
  • Current employment status (if applicable)

Preference will go to applicants with prior experience working with high school students.
Pay based on experience.

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