There is plenty to do!
Looking for an incredible learning experience? Then think about completing your internship at SOS. At SOS, your internship will be catered to meet your learning objectives and professional needs.
There are numerous learning opportunities at SOS ranging from intake and assessments to facilitating educational classes. As an intern, there are day-to-day opportunities to interact with clients, talking with volunteers, working with children, and develop your generalist social work skills.
As a social work intern at SOS, you’ll put theory into practice, enhance your interviewing skills, and learn the barriers and struggles that the homeless population faces. For more information, contact Dan Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org and complete the Internship Application.
There are numerous volunteer opportunities to make a positive impact in your community:
- Answering phones
- Facilitate classes
- Serve on a committee
- Offer technical or design skills
- Assist with fundraisers or special events
- Join one-day service projects
If you would like to volunteer with SOS, please answer the following questions and send your response via e-mail to: email@example.com
1. Why do you wish to volunteer at SOS?
2. What talents and skills would you like to offer?
3. How often and when are you available to volunteer?
For any further questions, please contact Austin Kralisz, Volunteer Coordinator, at 248.546.6566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We need more congregations to join our yearly rotation. If your church/congregation is interested in getting more involved, please contact Austin at 248.546.6566.
“I enjoy working at SOS because of the daily opportunities to make an indelible difference in the lives of clients. I get the chance to link clients to much needed resources in the community, facilitate career enhancement classes, carry a caseload, and learn about the multiple efforts in the community to end homelessness. Everyday, I receive constant support and supervision in meeting my learning objectives and becoming the best social worker I can be”. – Jodi Ostroskie
|Dominick Pollino SOS’s Volunteer fo the Year 2008-2009
Full story coming soon. Thank You Dominick!
|Andrew Schelberg SOS’s Volunteer of the Year 2007-2008
Andrew Schelberg was elected volunteer of the year for his work and efforts in constructing shelving units for the shoes that are donated to the agency. He got the materials donated and his peers engaged in building, expanding, and organizing this space, which provided much more space.Thank You Andrew!