Southern District Programming Intern
University of Idaho
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Classification Information Employee Category Temporary Position Information Position Title Southern District Programming Intern Location Boise Division / College Col of Agricultural & Life Sciences Department 4-

H Programs FLSA Status Overtime Eligible Pay Range $12.00 per hour Full Time / Part Time Full Time Work Schedule Summary

The 4-H Youth Program Internship position is for not more than 40 hours per week, not to exceed a total of 400 hours at a rate of $12 per hour of service.

Position will work out of the University of Idaho Boise Water Center. Extension faculty will determine hours and schedule, some evenings and weekends may be required.

Position Responsibilities Position Summary

Idaho 4-H delivers quality youth and volunteer programs across Idaho. The mission of the Idaho 4-H program is to help youth acquire knowledge, life skills, and attitudes that enhance their lives.

To support our work, we are hiring one programming intern.

The intern will work with University of Idaho Extension faculty to research, review, and update existing educational program materials and to identify, organize, create documentation needed to meet ACA accreditation standards.

Outcomes of the Internship :

  • Research and update cost of living data and career earnings for Welcome to the Real World (WTRW) program, this also includes updating all handout and presentation materials.
  • Create informational and promotion materials.

  • Review, update and consistently format Natural Resource after school educational materials. Create informational and promotion materials.
  • Identify, gather, organize, and update documentation needed to meet American Camping Association (ACA) accreditation standards.
  • Goal is to meet at least 10, up to 20, standards this year.

  • Research and create lessons for on-site, relevant environment camp programs (potentially to include topics like erosion, marsh land, water quality, insect or plant disease issues) for delivery at camp.
  • Opportunities for Intern’s Academic Development :

  • A student intern can apply their skills of gathering research based information, interpreting information and formatting it into educational materials suitable to a variety of learning levels (3rd-
  • 5th grade, middle school and high school). The intern will learn to interpret ACA standards and produce documentation to support each standard.

    They will also learn to organize information and tools in a manner so that others can easily find and use materials. Responsibilities Job Duty Function Update Welcome to the Real World (WTRW) program materials by : Job Duties / Responsibilities

    Researching current cost of living and career earning and updating WTRW program handouts, presentation materials and program promotional materials.

    Percentage Of Time 30% Essential / Marginal Essential Responsibilities Job Duty Function Create documentation to meet at least 10 American Camping Association (ACA) accreditation standards by : Job Duties / Responsibilities

    Reviewing to understand standards; identifying, gathering, and organizing needed information; creating documentation needed to meet ACA accreditation standard.

    Percentage Of Time 30% Essential / Marginal Essential Responsibilities Job Duty Function Review and update existing Natural Resource after school lessons and research and create relevant environmental camp lessons if needed by : Job Duties / Responsibilities

    Editing existing Natural Resource after school lessons for accuracy and consistency and creating informational and promotional materials to be distributed to 4-

    H program professionals. Researching and creating relevant environmental lessons for the District overnight camp program if needed.

    Percentage Of Time 30% Essential / Marginal Essential Responsibilities Job Duty Function Contribute to team effort by : Job Duties / Responsibilities

    Participating in meetings and trainings as related to program. Contributing to team as directed; accomplishing related tasks as needed.

    Percentage Of Time 10% Essential / Marginal Marginal Position Qualifications Minimum Qualifications

  • Must have completed a minimum of 1 semester (12 credits) at an Idaho public university or an Idaho public university student and currently enrolled for the next semester.
  • Must possess own transportation and have the ability to travel to multiple worksites.
  • Pass a criminal background chack
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated ability to use the Microsoft office suite of software including word, excel, power point, publisher and standard office equipment.
  • Experience researching and interpreting factual information from reliable sources.
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively, maintain confidentiality, and be self-motivated.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and work cooperatively with others.
  • Physical Requirements & Working Conditions

    Ability to : perform essential duties efficiently and accurately including set-up of folding tables, transporting program equipment and supplies, actively interact with youth and volunteers, with or without reasonable accommodations and without endangering incumbent or other employees.

    Manual dexterity to perform general office functions and operate standard office machines.

    Posting Information Posting Number STH001373P Posting Date 05 / 02 / 2018 Closing Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicants

    Applications received by May 16, 2018 will receive first consideration.

    Please include the following :

    1. UI Application form

    2. Letter of application addressing minimum and preferred qualifications. Read Position Summary carefully to assist in addressing qualifications.

    3. Resume

    4. References In your application, please provide the names and contact information of least three references. Persons should not be related to you, and should have definite knowledge of your qualifications.

    Contact for more information :

    Nancy Shelstad, Regional 4-H Youth Development Educator

    208-364-4597

    Or email to shelstad uidaho.edu

    Background Check Statement

    Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates may be required to pass a criminal background check.

    EEO Statement

    The University of Idaho is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is the policy of the regents that equal opportunity be afforded in education and employment to qualified persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-

    era veteran. It is also the policy of the University of Idaho to not discriminate based on sexual orientation.

    Quicklink for Posting http : / / uidaho.peopleadmin.com / postings / 20819

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